Standing Order 9. — (Publication of Notices in Gazettes and Newspapers.)

Private Business. – in the House of Commons on 2nd August 1922.

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In the months of October and November, or either of them, immediately preceding the application for a Bill, the notice shall be published once in the "London," "Edinburgh." or" "Dublin Gazette," as the case may be, and m the following newspapers, namely:—

(3) In the case of a Bill authorising the construction of works or the taking or compulsory user of lands, or extending the time granted by a former Act for the construction of works or the taking or compulsory user of lands, in more than one county, or relating to an undertaking or to lands situate in more than one county, or promoted by a company or companies or other parties possessed of an undertaking situate in more than one county, the notice shall be published once in each of two successive weeks, with an inter- val between such publications of not less than six clear days, in some newspaper or newspapers of the county in which the principal office of the company or companies or other parties who are the promoters of the Bill is situate, and in some newspaper or newspapers published in each county in which any new works are proposed to be constructed, or in which any lauds are intended to be taken or compulsorily used, or in which any works or lands are situate, in respect of which any new or further powers for the completion or taking or compulsory user thereof are intended to be applied for, or if there be no newspaper published therein, then in some newspaper or newspapers published in some county adjoining or near thereto: Provided always, that if the Bill relates to lands or works situate in more than one county, it shall be sufficient (at the option of the promoters) to publish in each of such counties so much only of the notice as relates specifically to the lands or works situate in that county, together with the short title of the notice and an intimation that the notice has been published in full or sent for publication in full in the "Gazette."

(4) No publication under this Order shall he made after the 27th day of November.

Amendments made: After the word "Bill" ["Application for a Bill"], insert the words but not later than the twenty-sevenths day of November.

Leave out the words once in the London, Edinburgh, or Dublin 'Gazette,' as the case may be, and.

In paragraph (3), leave out the words that the Notice has been published in full or sent for publication in full in the 'Gazette'";(4) No publication under this Order shall be made after the 27th day of November, and insert instead thereof the words of the name and date of publication of each newspaper in which the notice referred to in Standing Order 9 has been or will be published in full."—[The Chairman of Ways and Means.]

After Standing Order 9, insert the following new Standing Order: