§ MR. BOURKE
inquired when the Judicature Bill would be likely to be brought on, if it were not reached that evening?
said, he thought it unlikely that the second reading of the Bill in question could be taken during the present month. Due Notice would, however, be given of the day on which it would be brought on.
§ MR. GOSCHEN
said, that next Thursday had been already disposed of for the Motion of his noble Friend the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant relative to the case of Father O'Keeffe, and the second reading of the Bill introduced by his right hon. Friend the President of the Local Government Board. He hoped, however, to be in a position to state on that day when the Navy Estimates would be proceeded with.
said, it was proposed to take Supply at once, and he had accordingly to move, that the Orders of the Day subsequent to the Order for the Committee of Supply be postponed till after the Notice of Motion relative to the appointment of a Select Committee on the Boundaries of Parishes, Unions, and Counties was disposed of. He hoped his right hon. Friend the President of the Local Government Board would be able to make his statement on submitting that Motion at latest at half-past 10 o'clock, probably at half-past 9. There were not many Votes proposed to be dealt with, and if the Committee of Supply closed at an earlier hour than half-past nine, the statement would be then immediately made. The right hon. Gentleman then moved the postponement of the Orders, with the exception referred to.
§ MR. DISRAELI
said, he thought it would be much more convenient to the House if the right hon. Gentleman the President of the Local Government Board mad, his statement at once and Supply were taken afterwards.