The Parliamentary Debates (Google eBook)

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Reuter's Telegram Company, 1908 - Great Britain
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Contents

Education Scotland Bill Petition for Amendment of read and ordored
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White Phosphorus Matches Prohibition Bill Read 31 according
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North British Railway Order Confirmation Bill By Order Order
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SIXTEENTH VOLUME OF SESSION 1908
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Public Trustee and Shares not fully paid up 53
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Imports of Canadian Cattle 95
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Prevention of Crime Bill Order read for resuming adjourned debate 21th
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Amendment agreed to
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East India Loans Bill Order for Second Reading read
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HOUSE OF LORDS TUESDAY 8th DECEMBER 1908
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Paat
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Persia 233
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Irish Government Auditors Reports 249
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Ayes 233 Noes 62 Division List No 436
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Board of Trade Examinations for Master Mariners and Mates 445
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Conditions of Service in the Navy 452
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jndecent Literature 462
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Lord Clintons Cork Estate 474
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Question
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Question proposed That the words proposed to be left out stand part
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Question proposed That those words be there inserted
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Amendment proposed
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Buxton Charity BillConsidered in Committee
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Adjournment Motions under Standing Order No10 Return ordered
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Temporary Clerks in Irish Land Commission 713
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Outdoor Relief and Pensions 723
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Distress at Hartlepool 735
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Bluebook on Natal l ibel Actions 743
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Baqe
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Belfast School Inspector 769
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Lords Amendments
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Amendment proposed
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Ayes 79 Noes 258 Division List No 442
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Amendment proposed
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Local Government Scotland Bill As amended in the Standing Com
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Puge
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Question proposed That those words be there inserted
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Question proposed That those words be there inserted
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Amendirent proposed
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Amendment negatived
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Census of Production Act 1906 Rules made by the Board of Trade
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Education Scotland Bill Report of Amendments received
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to 10 agreed
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Select Committee on Home Work 1283
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Ayes 28 Noes 198 Division List No 453
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executors administrators and all other holders in any representative
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Post Office Sites ReCommitted Bill Lords Considered iu Committee
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TUESDAY 15th DECEMBER 1908
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Unestablished Postal Duty at Kildwick Yorkshire 1543
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Taxation of Natives of the Congo 1547
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Luggacurran Untenanted Lands 771
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Restoration of Irish Evicted Tenants 1559
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Straits Opium Commission 1571
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Administration of Small Holdings Act 1587
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Ayes 198 Noes 41 Division List No 455
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to 34 agreed
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In page 40 line 34 after the word labour to insert the words
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Lords Amondment
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Amendment proposed to the Lords Amendment
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Amendment proposed to the Lords Amendment
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Amendment proposed to the Lords Amendment
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Lords Amendments
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Post Office Savings Bank Public Trustee No 2 Bill Considered
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to 274 agreed
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Pagt
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Question proposed That the word now stand part of the Question
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Agreed
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Message from the Lords That they have agreed to Local Registration
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Wages and Effects of Deceased Seamen Account presented of the sums
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The Earl of Onslow in the Chair
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Amendment by leave withdrawn
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ment thereof together with the freehold or leasehold lands whereon
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Drafting Amendments agreed
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On Question agreed
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Summary Jurisdiction Scotland Bill House in Committee according
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Prevention of Crime Amendments reported according to order
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Census of Production Act 1906
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Special Reserve Subaltern Officers 1845
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Bufeen Untenanted Lands 1871
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Question put and agreed
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Amendment proposed to the Bill
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Question proposed That those words be there inserted
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Main Question put and agreed
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Coal Mines Eight Hours No 2 Bill House in Committee according
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Local Authorities Admission of the Press Bill Commons Amendment
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Poisons aDd Pharmacy Bill H L Returned from the Commons agreed
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Ards Railways Bill Lords Amendments in pursuance of the Order of
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Mortomley Roman Catholic School 2062
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Crossakiel Evicted Tenants 2086
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Female Income Tax Payers 2099
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Effective Warships 2110
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Fourth Series d
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Suicides of Lascars 2137
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Public Meeting Bill Considered in Committee
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Grant to Catherine Mackay Evicted Tenant 2223
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Sir J Jardine Roxburghshire 2267
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Law of Distress Amendment Bill Lords Amendments to Commons
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Sittings of the House Motion made and Question proposed That this
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Kirkcaldy and Dysalt Water Order Confirmation
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Information as to Public Officials 2368
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RiHe Ranges 6
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Page dlxxiv - Act, unless he proves that he had taken all reasonable means, by publishing and to the best of his power enforcing the said rules as regulations for the working of the mine, to prevent such contravention or non-compliance.
Page dlxxiv - Act unless he proves that he had taken all reasonable means by publishing and to the best of his power enforcing the said rules as regulations for the working of the mine to prevent such contravention or noncompliance.
Page lxxxviii - Act, 1866, and may revoke any such licence, and recall the child to the school ; and any child so recalled may be detained in the school for a period not exceeding three months, and may at any time be again placed out on licence : Provided that (a...
Page dxviii - And, of all PRIVATE BILLS which, in the Session of 1860, have been referred by the Committee of Selection, or by the General Committee on Railway and Canal Bills, to the Chairman of the Committee of Ways and Means ; together with the Names of the Members who served on each Committee ; the Number of Days on which each Committee sat; and the Number of Days on which each Member attended (in continuation of Parliamentary Paper, No.
Page dcci - Every person who contravenes or fails to comply with, or permits any person to contravene or fail to comply with, this section shall be guilty of an offence against this Act...
Page cii - ... auxiliary. (5) In this section the bar of licensed premises means any open drinking bar or any part of the premises exclusively or mainly used for the sale and consumption of intoxicating liquor, and the expressions " licence " and " licensed premises " have the same meaning as in the Licensing Acts, 1828 to 1906.
Page clix - Parliament for such constituency and the date at which a return to such writ is made, he shall be guilty of an illegal practice within the meaning of the Corrupt and Illegal Practices Prevention Act, 1883...
Page ccclxxi - ... and the school board is hereby authorised to summon any such parent to appear before the school board at any meeting thereof, and to require from him every information and explanation respecting his failure of duty with respect to the education of his child or children ; and if he shall either fail to appear or on his appearance to satisfy the school board that he has not failed in such duty without reasonable excuse for such failure, and shall not undertake to the satisfaction of the school...
Page xlvii - Committee sat; the nun.ber of days on which each selected Member has served ; the Bills the Preambles of which were reported to have been proved ; the Bills the Preambles of which were reported to have been not proved ; and in the case of Bills for confirming Provisional Orders, whether the Provisional Orders ought or ought not to be confirmed...
Page clxvi - After which the lord chancellor said : My lords and gentlemen, By virtue of his majesty's commission under the great seal, to us and other lords directed, and now read, we. do, in his majesty's name, and in obedience to his commands, prorogue this parliament to Thursday, the 28th day of August next, to be then here holden ; and this parliament is accordingly prorogued to Thursday, the 28th day of An.

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