209 Standing Committee C. Tuesday, 29th July, 1919.
SUPPLY, CIVIL SERVICES AND REVENUE DEPARTMENTS (ESTIMATES, 1919–20).

[MR. TURTON in the Chair.]

BREAD SUBSIDY.

Adjourned debate resumed on Question (23rd July), "That a sum not exceeding £30,000,000 be granted to His Majesty to complete the sum necessary to defray the charge which will come in course of payment during the year ending on the 31st day of March, 1920, to meet the cost 210 of the Bread Subsidy." [Note.—£20,000,000 has been voted on account.]

Question again proposed.

Notice taken that twenty Members were not present. Committee counted, and twenty Members not being present—

The CHAIRMAN: The proceedings stand adjourned. This is the last meeting of the Committee that will be held. After this the Votes come under the Guillotine.

The sittings of the Committee concluded at thirteen minutes after Four o'clock.

THE FOLLOWING MEMBERS ATTENDED THE COMMITTEE:

Turton, Mr. (Chairman)

Birchall, Major

Bowles, Colonel

Dennis, Mr.

Gretton, Colonel

Jones, Sir Evan

M'Guffin, Mr.

M'Curdy, Mr.

Morrison, Mr. Hugh

Newton, Major

Wardle, Mr.

White, Lieut.-Col. Dalrymple

Wilson, Captain Stanley