Sir THOMAS WHITE (Minister of Finance) :
Id the absence of the Prime Minister I beg leave to move, seconded by the Minister of Railways and Canals:
That on Saturday, the fourteenth day of June instant, the House shall meet at three o'clock in the afternoon, the order of precedence being the same as on Friday, and that on and after Monday, the sixteen day of June instant until the end of the present session, the House shall meet at eleven o'clock in the morning of each day except Sundays, and that in addition
to the usual intermission at six o'clock, p.m., there shall he also an intermission every d from one to three o'clock, p.m.
He said: I am not sure whether or not the Prime Minister has spoken to the leader of the Opposition respecting the matter, but as the leader of the Government is not in his seat I have taken the opportunity of presenting the resolution.