Dissolution of Parliament. – in the House of Commons on 9th October 1924.

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"to enable students to travel to places of education free of charge," presented by Mr. LIVINGSTONE; supported by Captain Wedgwood Penn, Mr. Masterman, Mr. Falconer, Mr. Comyns-Carr, Mr. Thomas O'Connor, Lieut.-Commander Kenworthy, Sir Charles Starmer, Mr. Hogge, Mr. Raffan, Mr. Foot and Mr. Millar; to be read a Second time upon Monday next, and to be printed. [Bill 258.]


A Royal Commission has been appointed for six o'clock to-day. I propose, unless a Message come from the other House at an earlier time, to leave the Chair until that hour. In any event, I will cause the bells to be rung five minutes before I resume the Chair.

Sitting suspended at Ten Minutes before Four of the Clock.