The Parliamentary Debates

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Reuter's Telegram Company, 1903 - Great Britain
 

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Aug 7
Mr Lough Islington W
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FRIDAY 7TH AUGUST 1903
Amendment moved
Brandon
On Question Amendment agreed
Mr Walter Long
annual report of the Inspectors of Fisheries England and Wales for 1902 3
3
Mr Broadhurst Leicester
5
Mr ScottMontagu
11
Question proposed That the word wilfully be there inserted in
Question proposed That the word now stand part of the Question
LICENSING LEGISLATION Questions Sir Carne Rasch Essex Chelmsford
SALMON AND FRESHWATER FISHERIES ENGLAND AND WALES Fortysecond
ughmore
Clause 60
Irish POSTAL ORDER DEPARTMENT Question Mr Field Dublin St Patrick
RELIGIOUS INTOLERANCE AMONG THIE BOERS Questions Mr Bryn Roberts
FOREIGN MADE TRAM RAILS Question Mr Randles Cumberland Cocker
line 10 after the word aforesaid to insert
ine 5 after the word it to insert the following
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e 12 line 3 to leave out the word had and insert
termination of the trust shall be secured to the satisfaction of
Past Aug 7 Page
Burgh Police Scotland Bill As amended by the Standing Committee
TRADE REPORTS ANNUAL SERIES Copies presented of Diplomatic and Con
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on Exchequer Grants for certain Navy Services of the whole of the sums
1
THE STANDING ORDERS
3
The Duke of Devonshire
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A g 6
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Lord Ashbourne
11
Amendment moved
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Lord Ashbourne
29
The Duke of Devonshire
35
Clause 2
37
Lord Dunboyne
39
Clause 3 as amended agreed
41
1 Where any land is sold under the Land
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The Earl of Dunraven
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Lord Ashbourne
67
Anendment by leave of the House withdrawn
73
The Earl of Westmeath
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reed
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Lord Monteagle of Brandon
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Clause 5
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INTERNATIONAI MERCANTILE MARINE COMPANY AND OTHERS AGREEMENT
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IMPORTATION OF Wood PCLPQuestion Sir John Leng Dundee Answer
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TRANSVAAL POST OFFICE CENSORSHIP Question Mr Bryn Roberts Answer
129
SCOTTISH BOARD OF MANUFACTURES COMMITTEEPUBLICATION OF REPORT
133
St Faiths NORFOLK RATES Question Mr Price Norfolk E Answer
137
Returning Officers Expenses Bill To provide for the payment
153
Mr Delany
191
BELFAST TELEGRAPH DEPARTMENTREINSTATEMENT OF CLERK GUILTY
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134500
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ASSESSMENTS COUNTIES CITIES AND BURGHS SCOTLAND Return ordered
229
Gross Expenditure
231
Talr J W LOWTHER Cumberland Penrith in the Chair
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Question
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The same was ordered to lie on the Table
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House again in Committee according to order
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ine 3 after the word personto insert the words
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Lord Macnaghten
277
On Question Amendment agreed
289
Viscount Templetown
293
On Question Amendment agreed
299
hire
301
On Question Amendment agreed
303
306
305
Amendment by leave of the Committee withdrawn
355
The Duke of Devonshire 360
359
he Moved That the Bill be now read 24 The Earl of Selborne
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GRIEVANCES OF RESERVE OFFICERS
377
Irish NONVOTED ACCOUNTS Question Mr Field Answer Mr Elliot
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395
Amendment by leave withdrawn
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Mr Lawson Walton
407
Amendment agreed
411
Question put and agreed
413
Fourth SERIES
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Mr Walter Long
435
Ayes 45 Noes 140 Division List No 243
453
Question put and negatived
459
Mr ScottMontagu
463
Aug 7
473
Question proposed That those words be there inserted
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Question proposed That those words be there inserted
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Mr Louis Sinclair 486
485
Question proposed That the word ten stand part of the clause
491
Clause 6 as amended agreed
497
Mr Dalziel
503
Mr Walter Long 508
507
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519
Seaforth and Sefton Junction Railway Bill Read 3 with the Amend
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Miscellaneous Effective Services
525
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Lord Ardilaun
533
Amendment moved
555
Lord Clonbrock
583
FOURTH SERIES
593
The Lord Chancellor of Ireland
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The Committee divided Aves 19 Noes 89 Division List No 249
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agreed
651
PUBLIC WORKS LOAN COMMISSIONERS AND VOLUNTEER CORPS Question
657
154
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SOMALILANDAMMUNITION Question Mr Dillon Mayo E Answer
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Irish POLICE AND ARRESTS FØR DRUNKENNESS Question Mr P J OBrien
681
o insert the following new clause
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Ireland Development Grant Bill Airdrie and Coathridge Tramways Order
835
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS CIRCULATED WITH THE VOTES
839
NorthWestern Electricity and PowerGas Bill LORDS To be read
843
f the House withdrawn
855
Sir Robert Finlay
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Mr Hugh Law Donegal W
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Amendment proposed to the Bill
937
Question proposed That the words proposed to be left out stand part
939
Salford Corporation Bill LORDS Kings Consent signified Bill read
941
Lanarkshire Tramways Order Confirmation Bill H L Returned from
953
Clause 16
969
450
999
BRITISH MUSEUM READING ROOM AND NATIONAL LIBRARY OF IRELANDSTAFF
1005
INCREASE OF BRITISH TROOPS IN INDIA Question Mr Buchanan Answer
1013
Question put and agreed
1109
Wick and Pulteney Harbours Order Confirmation Bill Read 3a accord
1117
Mr Boland Kerry W
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VICEROYALTY IN INDIA Question Mr Herbert Roberts Denbighshire W
1185
The Chief Secretary for Ireland Mr Vyndham Dover
1335
Airdrie and Coatbridge Tramways Order Confirmation Bill No 1951
MARINE INSURANCE LAW CONSOLIDATION BILL Question Sir Albert Rollit
POST OFFICE Question Mr James OConnor
451
Mr Murphy Kory E
PAY OF DOCKYARD JOINERS Question Mr Kearley Devonport Answer
456
OVERTIME IN GLASGOW POST OFFICE Question Mr James OConnor
1
3 line 29 act shall affect any L Sir
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bercorn
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MODEL OF PROPOSED NATIONAL MEMORIAL TO QUEEN VICTORIA Question
3
Military Works Bill Read 1 to be printed and to be read 2a tomorrow
5
Congo FREE STATE ADMINISTRATION Question Mr Herbert Samuel Answer
1
IMPRISONMENT UNDER THE VACCINATION ACTS Question Mr Bayley

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