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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25TH.

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MONDAY, MARCH 1ST.

.. TUESDAY, MARCH 2ND.

A MOTHER CHARGED WITH MANSLAUGHTER.

THE NEW WELSH SHERIFFS.

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3RD.

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3RD. HOUSE OF COMMONS. The House met at two o'clock when the consideration of the Voluntary Schools Bill was continued in Committee. The discussion of the amendment, moved by Mr. Lloyd-George on Tuesday night, to leave out the wordB in the aggregate' in the first clause, which provides that the grant to the Voluntary schools should not exceed in the aggregate 5s. per scholar, was resumed. The amendment was rejected by 157 votes to 79. Mr. S. Evans moved to amend the section by making it read that the amount to be paid by Parliament should not exceed the sum per scholar contributed by voluntary subscriptions for each school in each year, and in any event should not exceed 5s. per scholar. After some debate, Mr. Balfour moved the closure, but the motion was not accepted by the Chairman. A little later, however, Mr. Carson moved the closure, and the Chairman accepting the motion it was carried by 266 votes to 109. On a further division the amendment was rejected by 296 votes to 96. Mr. S. Evans then proposed an amendment to reduce the amount of the grant from 5s. to 4s. At half-past five o'clock, when several mem'- bers rose to continue the debate, Mr. Balfour moved the closure, a motion which was accepted by the Chairman and carried by 291 votes to 124. On a further division the amendment was re- jected by 320 votes to 94. Mr. Balfour then moved the closure upon the remainder of the sub-section and part of sub-section 2, comprising the first eleven words of the sub section-namely, The aid grant shall be distributed by the Education Department.' The Chairman accepted the motion, stating that he had satisfied himself that it did not cut out a single amendment of any substance. Nearly three pages of amendments which fol- lowed were out of order. The closure was carried by 280 votes to 111, and a further division was talc cm that the words named by Mr. Balf our stand part of the bill. This was carried by 2S2 votes to 105, and the House adjourned.

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