§ MR. A. J. BALFOUR
said that with the leave of the House he might make the statements he had promised as to business after Easter. The Navy Votes would be taken on the day of meeting, the Licensing Bill on Wednesday, the Army Votes on Thursday, and the Motion to get the Speaker out of the Chair would be taken on Monday. The Budget would, he believed, be taken on Tuesday, the 19th.
§ Sir FRANCIS POWELL (Wigan)
rose to call attention to the importance of holding a quinquennial census in the year 1906, but the opening remarks of the hon. Member were interrupted by a count.
Notice taken that 40 Members were not present; House counted, and 40 Members not being present.
§ The House was adjourned.
§ Adjourned at twenty minutes after Eleven o'clock till Tuesday, 12th April.