§ MR. F. S. POWELL
said, the reprint of the Licensing Bill could not be in the hands of hon. Members till 5 o'clock, and consequently it would be very inconvenient to take it at 9.
§ MR. BOUVERIE
said, no new clause could be brought up on the consideration of the Report, unless Notice of such clause had been placed on the Paper. Consequently, no new clause could be moved to-night.
said, the Government only proposed to submit two new clauses, one of which was intended to give effect to a clause proposed by the hon. Baronet opposite (Sir Henry Selwin-Ibbetson). The latter might have been dealt with as an Amendment simply; but the draughtsman found it more convenient to draw up a new clause. The House would be able without difficulty to consider those clauses to-night.