The Parliamentary Debates

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Reuter's Telegram Company, 1906 - Great Britain
 

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On Question That the words subsequent to the date of the passing
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The Earl of Weymss
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Dec 29
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Earl Beauchamp
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The House met at a quarter before Three of the Clock
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Mr Lyttelton St Georges Hanover Square
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Dec 19
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Dec 14
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Sir John Walton
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Lord Ashbourne
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Dec 20
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St Davids SCHOOLS MERTHYR TYDVIL Question Mr Bridgeman Answer
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TOBACCOIRISH Roll Question Mr William Redmond Clare E Answer
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Dec 20
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In page 2 line 20 after the word landlord to insert the words
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Dec 12
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In page 4 line 11 after the word arbitration to insert
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Amendment proposed to the Bill
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Question proposed That the word individual stand part of the Bill
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Motion made and question proposed That the Bill be now read the third
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Land Tax Commissioners Bill
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IRISH School TEACHERS INCREMENTS Question Mr Sloan Answer
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VOLUME CLXVII
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Laid before the House pursuant to Address
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Clause 6
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Amendment moved
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Lord Denman 24
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the word mainly The Earl of Leitrim
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OFFICERS PRIVILEGE LEAVE Pay Question Major AnstrutherGray Answer
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Drafting Amendment agreed
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case of ordinary civil Bill shall apply accordingly
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The Marquess of Lansdowne
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Clauses 53 54 and 55 agreed
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Amendment moved
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Lord Inverclyde
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Drafting Amendments agreed
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On Question Amendment negatived
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In page 12 line 32 after the word capacity to insert the words
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In page 32 line 26 to leave out the word ten and to insert
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FOURTH SERIES
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In page 33 line 10 after the word space to insert the words
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1 If an alien who cannot
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RETURNS REPORTS
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QUESTIONS IN THE HOUSE
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Houldsworth PIT AccIDENT Question Mr Clynes Answer Mr Gladstone 132
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REENARD PIER Question Mr Boland Ferry S Answer The Chief Secretary
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MINING ROYALTIES Question Mr Markham Nottinghamshire Mansfield
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Housing of the Working Classes Acts Amendment Bill Reported with
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The Chancellor of the Exchequer Mr Asquith Fifeshire E
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Amendment proposed
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Eslen BRIDGE LEITRIM LETTER DELIVERY Question Mr Thomas F Smyth
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Education England and Wales Bill Order read for further consideration
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Question proposed That the words proposed to be left out to the word
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Education England and Wales Billcont Education England and Wales Billcont
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Standing Committee negatived The Report of Amendments to be received
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Motion made and Question That the Debate be now adjournedDr
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Considered in Committee
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WEDNESDAY 12TH DECEMBER 1906
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Trade Disputes Bill Order for the Day for the House to be put into Com
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In page 1 line 13 to leave out the words one or more
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The Earl of Wemyss
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Provided that no person shall after being requested by any person
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Tomorrow a quarter past Four oclock
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BALLINSKELLIGS FISHING INDUSTRY Question Mr Boland Answer
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CHARGE AGAINST WIDNES SALVATIONISTE
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IRISH CHILDRENS DEFECTIVE EYESIGHT Question Mr Halpin Clare W
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PLACES Mode OrAUCULATION Question Mr George Whitel Korint
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IRISH INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION Question Mr Dolan Answer Mr Bryce
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Galway
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BOYCOTTING IN GALWAY Question Captain Craig Down E Answer
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Donagh EVICTED TENANTS Question Mr OHara Monaghan N Answer
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Mr Dillon Mayo E
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Mr Paul Northampton
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Mr Butcher Cambridge University
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Mr Evelyn Cecil Aston Manor
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Question
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Mr Emmott in the Chair
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FOURTH SERIES
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Amendment proposed
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Mr Mooney Newry
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Ure Elder Fund Order Confirmation Bill H L Read 3a according
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Earl arrington
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On Question Amendment negatived
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On Question Amendment agreed
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Tux ROSAMUN MESSEKGER Question Mr Harden Perpigcer?L?101 S
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Lord Heneage
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CANADIAN CATTLE Questions Mr Cairns NewcastleonTyne Mr T M
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Amendment by leave withdrawn
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In page 3 line 37 after the word terminates to insert
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On Question Amendment negatived
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The Earl of Yarborough 602
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In page 4 line 8 after implements to insert the words this
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words Provided that this section shall not apply where the tenant with
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agreed
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In page 4 line 31 after the word roads to insert the word
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Street Betting Bill H L Commons Amendments considered according
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ENGLISH COUNTY COUNCILS AND UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS Question
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FOURTH SERIES
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ARMY RATIONS Question Mr Hunt Shropshire Ludlow Answer
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Question proposed That those words be there inserted in the Bill
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Amendment by leave withdrawn
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Clause 12
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In page 2 line 14 to leave out the word such
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In page 2 line 16 after the word sum to insert the words for
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Question proposed That Clause 7 stand part of the Bill
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Dunfermline and District Tramways Order Confirmation Bill H L
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In page 2 line 27 to leave out the word or and to insert
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Licensing Removal of Doubts Bill SECOND READING Order of
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Private Legislation Procedure Scotland Act 1899 relating to Ardrossan
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MARINE WORKS AND RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION IN COUNTY MAYO Question
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Question proposed That the words proposed to be left out stand part of
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Amendment to the proposed Amendment by leave withdrawn
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Amendments agreed
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Which Amendment was
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Mr Cremer
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Mr Hills Durham
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Question proposed That those words be there inserted in the Bill
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FourTH SERIES
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Amendment negatived
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MONDAY 17TH DECEMBER 1906
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Education England and Wales Bill Order of the day for the considera
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MADRAS INFANTRY RICHTEBritish OFFICERE Questjo M Rees Mont
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Burials Bill House in Committee according to order
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ARMY Copy presented of Instructions issued by the War Office to the various
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APPLICATION OF MR M BUCKLEY OF Faha Question Mr Murphy Answer
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TREATMENT OF TEMPORARY CLERKS IN IRELAND Question Mr J P Nannetti
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RELATIONS AT Corry No 2 NATIONAL SCHOOL BELFAST Question
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JOHANNESBURG MINESRECRUITMENT OF LABOUR IN PORTUGUESE AFRICA
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Mr Hemmerde Denbighshire
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CEMENT IMPORTS Question Mr J Ward StokeonTrent Answer
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GOVERNORSHIP OF THE CAPE OF Good HOPE Question Mr Walker Leicester
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Main Question as amended put and agreed
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Mr Cremer Shoreditch Haggerston
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FOURTH SERIES
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Question put and agreed
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Motion made and Question That the words proposed to be left out stand
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Subsequent Lords Amendments read a second time and agreed
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cluded wires or apparatus erected or carried over a road or footpath
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agreed
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In page 9 lines 14 and 15 to leave out the words mentioned
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The Earl of Lytton 1188
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Proposed words there inserted
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West HIGHLAND RAILWAY EXTENSION FROM BANAVIE TO MALLAIG Fifth
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Trish EVICTED TENANTSAPPLICATION OF JAMES GORE OF RATHKENNY
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ARREST OF CANADIAN SEALERS BY URUGUAYAN GOVERNMENT Question
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Over 3000
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NEW STABLES AT TIDWORTH BARRACKS Question Captain Faber Answer
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MIDLAND RAILWAY EMPLOYEES LONG HOURS Question Mr Hudson
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In page 1 line 18 after the word trustee to insert the words
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Clause 11
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Question proposed That the words proposed to be left out stand part
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In page 2 line 28 to leave out subsection 3 Mr William
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Amendment by leave withdrawn
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Amendments agreed to l i
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Drafting Amendments agreed
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Read a second time
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Recorders Stipendiary Magistrates and Clerks of the Peace Bill
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PROMOTION OF ASSISTANT SURVEYORS OF THE CIVIL STAFF FOR ENGINEER
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RETURN OF ACCIDENTS TO BATTLESHIPS Question Mr Bellairs Lynn Regis
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INCOME TAX on INTEREST ON FOREIGN SECURITIES Question Sir William
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CORNAMONA SCHOOL TEACHER Question Mr Lonsdale Answer Mr Bryce
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Town Tenants Ireland Bill Order read for the consideration of the Lords
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IRISH LOAN SOCIETY ACCOUNTS Questions Mr Macveagh Answers
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Lords Amendment In page 1 line 13 after the word landlord to insert
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Clause
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Mr Cherry
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Amendments agreed
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Question proposed That the words proposed to be left out stand part
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Fourth series i
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Peldon POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS Question Mr A L Lever Essex Harwich
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In page 2 line 17 to insert after the word act the words
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Mr Sinclair
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THE SHAFTESBURY ESTATE BELFAST Question Mr MacVeagh Answer
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UNEMPLOYED WORKMEN Act 1905 Question Mr Keir Hardie Merthyr
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STOKERS IN THE NAVY Question Mr Jenkins Chatham Answer
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FATAL ACCIDENT AT DAKINS WAREHOUSE LAMBETH Question Mr Thorne
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PRIVATE BILL LEGISLATION Question Mr Brigg Yorkshire W R Keighley
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BOYLE RATE COLLECTOR Question Mr James OKelly Answer Mr Bryce 1730
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TENANTS IMPROVEMENTS Question Mr Maclean Bath Answer The Prime
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Amendment proposed to the Lords Amendment
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ARMY Reports on the sanitary condition of Piershill Barracks Edinburgh
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The UnderSecretary of State for the Home Department Mr Herbert
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On Question Motion agreed
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THE HOUSE OF LORDS Questions Mr Whitley Halifax Mr P Barlow
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS CIRCULATED WITH THE VOTES
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the total number of Members who served on Select Committees in con
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Ilgaura OF INDIAN COOLIES Question Mr Rees Answer Mr Morley
Laid before the House pursuant to Address
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FEES OF CERTIFYING SURGEONS Question Mr Jackson Greenwichj Answer
GRANTS TO FREE CHURCH Questions Mr Markham
ROYAL NAVAL CARPENTER WARRANT OFFICERS Question Mr Havelock
INDIAN GOVERNMENT AND BRITISH COTTON GROWING ASSOCIATION Question
PROTECTION OF DEVON AND CORNWALL FISHERIES Question Mr Mildmay
LANDING FACILITIES AT COUSCROUM COUNTY KERRY Question Mr Boland
THE FRENCH SEPARATION LAW Question Mr McKean Monaghan S
National Galleries of Scotland Bill Order of the Day for the House
Amendments agreed to
NAVAL COURTS MARTIALSUGGESTED CIVIL MEMBERS Question Mr J Ward
MMALLAHM AMMUNITION Question Sir Frederick Banbury City of London
BEAGLING AT THE ROYAL NAVAL COLLEGE Questior Mr Keir Hardie
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Page 299 - An act done by a person in contemplation or furtherance of a trade dispute shall not be actionable on the ground only that it induces some other person to break a contract of employment or that it is an interference with the trade, business, or employment of some other person, or with the right of some other person to dispose of his capital or his labour as he wills.
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Page 21 - Where the compensation is a weekly payment the amount due in respect thereof shall, for the purposes of this provision, be taken to be the amount of the lump sum for which the weekly payment could, if redeemable, be redeemed if the employer made an application for that purpose under the First Schedule to this Act.
Page 1055 - House has met before that day, or will meet on the day of the issue), issue his warrant to the clerk of the Crown to make out a new writ for electing another member in the room of the member whose seat has so become vacant.
Page 21 - Provided that no compensation under this section shall be payable— (a) unless the tenant has given to the landlord a reasonable opportunity of making a valuation of such goods, implements, produce, and stock as aforesaid ; or unless the tenant has within two months after he has received notice to quit or a refusal to grant a renewal...
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Page 21 - ... be transferred to and vest in the workman, and upon any such transfer the insurers shall have the same rights and remedies and be subject to the same liabilities as if they were the employer...
Page 297 - trade dispute' means any dispute between employers and workmen, or between workmen and workmen, which is connected with the employment or non-employment, or the terms of employment, or with the conditions of labour of any person...
Page 815 - ... or officials thereof on behalf of themselves and all other members of the trade union in respect of any tortious act alleged to have been committed by or on behalf of the trade union, shall not be entertained by any court.
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