Mr. Chairman, I am opposed to the passsing of this Bill. It was opposed in the Private Bills Committee. I consider that the evidence is not sufficient to grant the relief that is asked for. There was no direct evidence and, in fact, no circumstantial evidence, of the offence alleged, and the evidence would not warrant the passing of this Bill. I do not think that, any divorce court would think of granting a divorce on such evidence. I understand that the hon. member for South Perth (Mr. Steele) also opposed the Bill in committee. I do not see him here to-day; probably he wants to oppose it in the House. Therefore, I would move that the consideration of the Bill be postponed.