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IRISH REPRODUCTIVE LOAN FUND ACT (1874) AMENDMENT BILL. jln the HOUSE OF COMMONS, June 27, Mr. O'Kelly, in !rpVlng the second reading of the above Bill, said it made no Jrfse in the principle of the existing law, and was fli intended to confer on local bodies the power of utilising residue of a charitable fund given to certain Irish jonnties many years ago, and guarantees were provided ^jjgtit should never be expended except on works of public Solonel Xing-Harman moved the adjournment of the "abate, oil the ground that the Bill had only been placed in HJe hands of the members an hour before the House met. 5111 proposed to place the money in the hands of Town *fesiooers: and he objected to that, as that course, he would divert the benefit to be obtained from the ^ds from the counties to the towns. After some discussion, the amendment was withdrawn. .Mr. Trevelyan said anv person who, had examined the We of the Reproductive'Loan Fund could not have failed ha^js raised m his own mind the questions which were soived id the Bill and to consider how they should be solved. th measure had been one which dealt with £ 100,000, -rtj? might have hesitated in allowing it to pass; but the was a small one, being something under £ 10,000. It v™8 ajmm which had been lying by for a time, and could not Bill, or a similar measure, was passed. those circumstances, the sum being so small in itself, jnsvthe general desire of the counties, as he understood, "eing m favour of the Bill, the Government were prepared *o accept the second reading. Mr. Gibson admitted that the Bill did not deal with a very »K ,s,Ive P > or create any extensive change. He should not oppose the second reading of the Bill; but he thought the class to whom the benefits of the fund were to 06 given might be well extended. 0,After a few remarks from Mr. A. Moore and Mr- v Sullivan, the Bill was read a second time. IMPRISONMENT FOR DEBT BILL. Mr. Anderson, who was down to move the second reading ii this BUI, the object of which was to abolish the power of lonmenfc for debt in Englandmoved that the order for 55?* reading be discharged. He pointed oat that the Jtolition of imprisonment for debt m Scotland had proved beneficial, and that he desired to see the law extended ° England but inasmuch as he desired to give the clauses *hich had been inserted in the Bankruptcy BUI to deal with ^matter a fair trial he did not propose to move the second *1,.?^' Chamberlain said the feeling of the English people dfVM104 favourable to the abolition of all imprisonment for 8c u there was a difference of opinion upon it even in whitley said the abolition of imprisonment for debt almost ruin small traders. 8& « Gameron said the matter was one which did affect be»» because the Scotch taxpayers were called upon to Portion of the expenses of the cost of maintenance of The order for the second reading was then discharged. Anderson moved the secend reading of the Banking drown eoUand) Bill) which, after some discussion was with- INFECTIOUS DISEASES NOTIFICATION BILL, ?oved the second reading of this Bill. The £ al<1' the recommendations of a Select DrmrikJinia ^hich had considered the subject, and also the EH ™ «™M.mber ot private Bills which had been bimrha inThoTTniU1?* ,or upwards of thirty cities and tion Kingdom. Such a means of notifica- and U know where a disease had arisen artni^m £ om' and w approved of would ""nually save hundreds of thousands of lives Bow^~H°T700(1 the Bill because of its vexatious noroi^h £ ex?5es ?"-3 that in the cities and troughs where the provisions of the Act had been adopted 1oL iu0 £ tJ*e Pe°Ple had no HTIed?e °f what was teing sevlro?rJlen the Bll,s were P^fed. and pointed out that tion ge townB bad repudiated these powers after agita- ful^otT0 mintltes past four o'clock there was an unsuctess* minnf P* to count the House out, and at twenty-five Bu"ceslfuIifSt four aBot^er attempt was made, which proved

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