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[September 10.7
Statute Law Revision Bill [Lords] [Bill 379)—
Moved, That the Bill be now read a second time,"-(Mr. Attorney

General)

Question put, and agreed to :-Bill read a second time, and committed.
Mored, “That Mr. Speaker do pow leave the Chair," — (Mr. W. H.

Smith :)-After short debate, Mored, " That the Debate be now ad-
journed,”—Mr. Clancy :)-Question put, and negatived.
Original Question put, and agreed to :-Bill considered in Committee
Moved, “That the Chairman do report Progress, and ask leave to sit

again,”-(Mr. Attorney General :) - Question put, and agreed to :-

Committee report Progress; to sit again upon Monday next.
Appellate Jurisdiction Bill [Lords] [Bill 234]—
Mored, “That the Bill be now read a second time," – (Mr. Attorney

General

After short debate, Question put, and agreed to:— Bill read a second time,

and committed for Monday next.

Sheriffs (Consolidation) Bill [Lords] [Bill 262]—

Order read, for resuming Adjourned Debate on Question [5th Sep-

tember], “That Mr. Speaker do now leave the Chair

Question put, and agreed to :-Bill considered in Committee:- After short

time spent therein, Bill reported, with Amendments; as amended,

considered.

Mored, That the Bill be now read the third time,” – (Mr. Solicitor

General:)-Question put, and agreed to :-Bill read the third time, and

passed, with Amendments.

Coroners Bill [Lords] [Bill 378]-

Mored, “That the Bill be now read a second time,” – (Mr. Aitorney

General)

After short debate, Question put, and agreed to :-Bill read a second tme,

and committed for Monday next.

Local Authorities (Expenses) Bill (Bill 361]--

Mored, That the Bill be now read a second time," -(Ur. Ritchie)

Question put, and agreed to :-Bill read a second time, and committed for

Monday next.

Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) Bill-

Mored, " That the Bill be now read a second time"

Duchy of CORNWALL-ANNUAL PAYMENT ON ACCOUNT OF COINAGE

Dres-Observations, Mr. Bradlaugh; Reply, The Attorney General

(Sir Richard Webster)

LOCAL TAXATION SUBVENTIONS-Observations, Colonel Nolan; Reply,

The First Lord of the Treasury (Mr. W. H. Smith:)-Short Debate

thereon

CRIME AND OUTRAGE (IRELAND)-FATAL Rior AT MITCHELSTOWN

Observations, Mr. Sexton; Reply, The Chief Secretary for Ireland

(Mr. A. J. Balfour :)-Debate thereon

Question put:-The House divided ; Ayes 85, Nues 25; Majority 60.--

(Div. List, No. 476 :)--Bill read a second time, and committed for

Monday next.

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WAR OFFICE, PURCHASE OF HORSES FOR ARMY PURPOSES—Questions, Mr.

Burdett-Coutts; Answers, The Secretary of State for War (Mr. E.

Stanhope)

261

ENCOURAGEMENT OF HORSE-BREEDING-APPROPRIATION OF £5,000—Ques-

tion, Mr. Burdett-Coutts ; Answer, The Chancellor of the Exchequer

(Mr. Goschen)

263

IMMIGRATION OF DESTITUTE FOREIGNERS—Question, Mr. Webster; An-

swer, The Secretary to the Board of Trade (Baron Henry De Worms) 263

IRELAND-LICENSING Acr, 1872—PROSECUTIONS PETTY SESSIONS -

Question, Mr. Clancy; Answer, The Parliamentary Under Secretary
for Ireland (Colonel King-Harman)

264

SOUTII SEA ISLANDS—The GERMAN SQUADRON AT SAMOA—Question, Dr.

Tanner; Answer, The Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

(dir James Fergusson)

265

ADMIRALTY-MERCHANT SHIPPING_" ARMED CRUISERS FOR THE NORTH

PACIFIC OCEAN-Question, Captain Colomb; Answer, The First Lord

of the Admiralty (Lord George Hamilton)

265

REGISTRY OF VOTERS (SCOTLAND)- DISFRANCHISEMENT OF ELECTORS IN

INVERNESS AND Ross-Question, Mr. A. Sutherland; Answer, The
Lord Advocate (Mr. J. H. A. Macdonald)

266

PORT OF BELFAST—SERGEANT MURRAY, BELFAST– Question, Mr. Macart-

ney; Answer, The Parliamentary Under Secretary for Ireland (Colonel

King-Harman)

267

ROYAL IRISH CONSTABU LARY-COUNTY or DONEGAL-Question, Mr. D.

Sullivan ; Answer, The Parliamentary Under Secretary for Ireland

(Colonel King-Harman)

267

LIMITED LIABILITY Acts-LEGISLATION --Question, Mr. Addison ; Answer,
The Secretary to the Board of Trade (Baron Henry De Worms)

268

CRIME AND OUTRAGE (IRELAND)- DISTURBANCES AT MIDDLETOWN-FIRING

FROM CARS—Question, Sir James Corry; Answer, The Parliamentary

Under Secretary for Ireland (Colonel King-Harman)

269

Post OFFICE-SALARIES IN THE CENTRAL TELEGRAPII OFFICE-Question,

Mr. Carew; Answer, Sir Herbert Maxwell (A Lord of the Treasury) 270

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IBELAND-HORSE BREEDING -THE ROYAL Dublin Society-Questions,

Mr. Carew, Mr. Cox; Answers, The Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr.

Goschen)

270

LAW AND JUSTICE (IRELAND) — CLAIM OF Executrix OF Mr. John

GRAHAM, SESSIONAL CROWN SOLICITOR, Co. FERMANAGH - Question,

Mr. Macartney ; Answer, The Attorney General for Ireland (Mr.

Gibson)

271

METROPOLITAN BOARD OF Works—COSTERMONGERS' Dwellings In St.

Luke's-Question, Mr. J. Rowlands; Answer, Mr. Tatton Egerton 272

Post O:FICE-East INDIA AND CHINA MAILS – The New CONTRACT WITHI

THE PENINSULAR AND OrientaL COMPANY—Question, Captain Colomb;

Answer, Sir Herbert Maxwell (A Lord of the Treasury)

273

Posr Office-MAIL SERVICES WITH THE EASTERN COLONIES, &c.--Con-

TRACT WITH THE PENINSULAR AND ORIENTAL COMPANY-CONTRIBUTORY

COLONIES—Question, Captain Colomb; Answer, Sir Herbert Maxwell

(A Lord of the Treasury)

273

Post OFFICE-Posting LETTERS AT RAILWAY STATIONS—Question, Mr. w.

G. Cavendish Bentinck; Answer, Sir Herbert Maxwell (A Lord of the

Treasury)

274

INDIA (MADRAS)-ALLEGED BRIBERY OF A Higu OFFICIAL-Question, Mr.

J. F. X. O'Brien ; Answer, The Under Secretary of State for Foreign
Affairs (Sir James Fergusson)

274

Royal Irisi ConstaBULARY-CONSTABLES ACTING AS BAILIFFS-Questions,

Mr. Sexton ; Answers, The Parliamentary Under Secretary for Ire-

land (Colonel King-Harman), The Attorney General for Ireland (Mr.

Gibson)

275

The Law RELATING TO WOMEN AND CHILDREN_LEGISLATION-Question,

Mr. Howell; Answer, The Secretary of State for the Home Depart-

ment (Mr. Matthews)

276

THE MAGISTRACY (IRELAND – THE VACANT COUNTY SURVEYORSHIP OF

KERRY-Question, Mr. Edward Harrington ; Answer, The Parliamen-

tary Under Secretary for Ireland (Colonel King. Harman)

276

CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE (IRELAND) Act, 1887-ACCESS TO Prisons-

Questions, Mr. W. A. Macdonald, Mr. Edward Harrington; Answers,

The Parliamentary Under Secretary for Ireland (Colonel King-

Harman)

276

EXCISE—THE TOBACCO DUTIES-EXCESS OF MOISTURE-Question, Mr.

Sexton; Answer, The Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr. Goschen) 277

UNITED STATES-SEIZURE OF ENGLISH VESSELS IN ALASKAN WATERS

Question, Mr. Gourley; Answer, The Under Secretary of State for

Foreign Affairs (Sir James Fergusson)

277

PUBLIC HEALTI-PRECAUTIONS AGAINST TrichinoSIS - Questions, Mr. C.

W. Gray, Mr. J. O'Connor (Tipperary, S.); Answers, The Secretary
to the Board of Trade (Baron Henry De Worms), The First Lord of
the Admiralty (Lord George Hamilton)

278

BRITISH HONDURAS — CASE OF MR. DILLET-JUDGMENT OF THE JUDICIAL

COMMITTEE OF THE Privy COUNCIL-Question, Mr. Shirley; Answer,

The Secretary of State for the Colonies (Sir Henry Holland)

279

INLAND Revenue-UNPAID LEGACY Duty-Questions, Mr. Clancy, Mr.

Sexton; Answers, The Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr. Goschen) 281

WAR OFFICE (ORDNANCE STORE DEPARTMENT) DEPUTY COMMISSARY

GENERAL- Question, Major Rasch ; Answer, The Secretary of State

for War (Mr. E. Stanhope)

282

HOME DEPARTMENT-USE OF ELECTRIO Light IN MINES-Questions, Mr.

Kelly; Answers, The Secretary of State for the Home Department

(Mr. Matthews)

282

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NATIONAL EDUCATION (IRELAND)-TEACHERS OF MODEL SCHOOLS—Ques-

tion, Mr. Lea; Answer, The Chief Secretary for Ireland (Mr. A. J.

Balfour)

DOMINION OF CANADA-THE RED RIVER RAILWAY IN MANITOBA - Ques

tion, Sir Henry Tyler; Answer, The Secretary of State for the

Colonies (Sir Henry Holland)

WAR OFFICE—THE ROYAL HOSPITAL – MALE NURSES Question, Sir

Henry Tyler ; Answer, The Secretary of State for War (Mr. E.

Stanhope

BOARD OF TRADE (MARINE DEPARTMENT),SHIPWRECKS AND Loss of Life

IN THE BRISTOL CHANNEL-STEAM TUG OFF THE MUMBLES HEAD-

Question, Mr. Maclure ; Answer, The Secretary to the Board of Trade

(Baron Henry De Worms) ..

NORTH SEA FISHERIES OUTRAGES ON BRITISH FISHING VESSELS BY

BELGIAN TRAWLERS—THE “TRIO"-Question, Sir Henry Tyler ; An-

swer, The Secretary to the Board of Trade (Baron Henry De Worms)

NORTH SEA FISHERIES—THE PROTECTING CRUISER-Questions, Sir Henry

Tyler; Answers, Lord Charles Beresford (A Lord of the Admiralty)

BOARD OF TRADE RETURNS FOREIGN MANUFACTURED Goods WITH

BRITISH TRADE MARKs-Question, Captain Colomb; Answer, The

Secretary to the Board of Trade (Baron Henry De Worms)

THE METROPOLITAN POLICE ALLEGED " BLACKMAJLING Question,

General Fraser; Answer, The Secretary of State for the Home

Department (Mr. Matthews)
LABOURERS (IRELAND) Acts—SCHEMES FOR

THE ELECTORAL DIVISION OF
TARBERT-Questions, Dr. Tanner ; Answers, The Chief Secretary for

Ireland (Mr. A. J. Balfour)

Post OFFICE (TELEGRAPH DEPARTMENT)-RURAL TELEGRAPH EXTENSION-

GUARANTEES- Question, Major Banes; Answer, The Postmaster Gene.

ral (Mr. Raikes)

PUBLIC LIBRARIES Act, 1885–THE WARRINGTON LIBRARY AND MUSEUM

COMMITTEE -Question, Mr. Bradlaugh ; Answer, The Attorney General

(Sir Richard Webster)

Law AND Justice-ARREST of Mr. W. O'Brien, M.P.-

Question, Mr.

Theobald ; Answer, The Chief Secretary for Ireland (Mr. A. J.

Balfour)

NORTH SEA FISHERIES-AFFRAY BETWEEN FRENCH AND ENGLISH FISHER-

MEN AT RAMSGATE-COMPENSATION-Questions, Sir Edward Birkbeck;

Answers, The Secretary to the Board of Trade (Baron Henry De

Worms)

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