Private Business.

– in the House of Commons on 25th July 1922.

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Private Bills [Lords] (No Standing Orders applicable),—Mr. SPEAKER laid upon the Table Report from one of the Examiners of Petitions for Private Bills, That in the case of the following Bill, originating in the Lords, and referred on the First Reading thereof, no Standing Orders are applicable, namely:

Fife Trust Estate Bill [Lords].

Bill to be read a Second time.

Ayr Burgh (Electricity) Bill [Lords] (King's Consent signified),

Bill read the Third time, and passed, with Amendments.

Chester Gas Bill [Lords],

As amended, considered; to, be read the Third time.

Black Country Tramways and Light Railways Bill [Lords],

Ordered, That Standing Orders No. 211 and 236 be suspended, and that the Committee on Unopposed Bills have leave to consider the Bill To-morrow—[The Chairman of Ways and Means.]