The Parliamentary Debates

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Registration of Firms Bill For the registration of firms and persons carry
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Feb 29
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Mr Thomas Shaw Hawick Burghs
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Navy ESTIMATES 19045 Estimates presented for the year 19045 with
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Captain Ellice St Andrews Burghs
55
Fiscal Policy
57
INEBRIATES Acts 1879 to 1899 REGULATIONS IRELAND Paper presented
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Page
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Mr Seely Lincoln
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Land Values Taxation Scotland Bill To provide for the Taxation
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till this Evenings Sitting
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Ayes 330 Noes 172 Division List No 3
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To be presented by Privy Councillors and Members of His Majestys House
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QUEENS COLLEGE BELFAST STAFF AND EQUIPMENT Return ordered
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On Question Motion agreed
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Military WORKS Acts 1897 1899 AND 1901 Account presented for
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Mr Courtenay Warner Staffordshire Lichfield
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CORN Tax Question Mr Black Banffshire Answer Mr Austen Cham
247
ARKLOW PIER AND HARBOUR Questions Mr Cogan Wicklow E and
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THE PARLIAMENTARY SESSION Question Mr Galloway Manchester S W
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Question proposed That those words be there added
285
Question again proposed That those words be there added
305
Kings SPEECH MOTION FOR AN ADDRESS Order read for resuming adjourned
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Question
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NEW BILL
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The Lord Chancellor The Earl of Halsbury 364
369
STANDING COMMITTEES CHAIRMENS PANEL Sir JAMES FERGUSON reported from
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CUSTOMS CERTIFICATES FOR TREACLE USED FOR FEEDING STUFFS Question
373
Lord Farrer
389
Lord Robertson 404
403
The Secretary of State for India Mr Brodrick Surrey Guildford
435
On Question whether the words proposed to be left out stand part of
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Mr Buchanan Perthshire E
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Mr Keir Hardie Merthyr Tydvil
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Amendment proposed
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SUPPLY Resolved That this House will upon Monday next resolve itself
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Manchester Ship Canal Bill H L Southport and Lytham Tramroad Ex
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Davey
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WATER SUPPLY TO SCHOOLS IN CROFTING COUNTIES Question Mr Weir
535
PENSIONS OF IRISH NATIONAL TEACHERS Question Mr Thomas ODonnell
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THE JAPANESE AND WEIHAIWei Question Mr Plummer Newcastleon
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571
Feb 24
573
Original Question put accordingly That a Supplementary sum not exceed
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Sir Edgar Vincent Eceter
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that
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Mr Gibson Bowles
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Mr Malcolm
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673
Total 6130000
683
downe
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House adjourned at a quarter before Seven oclock to Thursday
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SYLVICULTURE IN SCOTLAND Question Mr Munro Ferguson Leith Burghs
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NEW SERVICE RIFLE Question Mr Osmond Williams Merionethshire
725
in pursuance of the provisions of The Private Legislation Procedure Scot
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Mr Kearley Devon port 754
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Mr Runciman Dewsbury
767
Mr AKERS Douglas rose in his place and claimed to move
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Question put accordingly
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Mr Austin Taylor Liverpool East Toxteth
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time
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Mr Swift MacNeill
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THURSDAY 25TH FEBRUARY 1904
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Romilly
939
Earl Grey
951
Private Bills STANDING ORDER 62 Complied with Mr SPEAKER laid upon
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PENSION OF ExPOSTMASTER P J Cahill Question Mr Nannetti Dublin
965
BOARD OF TRADE INQUIRY INTO WRECK OF SCHOONER WILLIAM S GREEN
969
CHINESE PASSENGERS Act Question Sir John Gorst Cambridge University
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NATIONAL EXPENDITURE Question Mr Gibson Bowles Answer The Prime
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CLASS II
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ARMY SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES 19034
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Mr ArnoldForster
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Question put
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Sir Charles Dilke Gloucestershire Forest of Dean
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Mr William Redmond Clare E
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Motion made and Question proposed That a Supplementary sum not
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Ayes 136 Noes 187 Division List No 19
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Motion made and Question proposed That Item Vote 6 Subhead
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DAMAGE TO PORT OF NESS BREAKWATER ISLE OF LEWIS Question Mr Weir
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GRIEVANCES OF RESERVE OFFICERS
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Marriage with a Deceased Wifes Sister Bill Petition from Washford
1153
WORKMENS COMPENSATIONAMENDMENT OF Law Question Mr J F Hope
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FOURTH SERIES
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Mr Malcolm Suffolk Slowmarket
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Question
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PETITIONS
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NationAL DEBT SAVINGS BANKS AND FRIENDLY SOCIETIES Annual Account
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VACCINATION EXEMPTION CERTIFICATESCASE OF MR BICKHAM Question
1209
TELEPHONIC COMMUNICATION BETWEEN BALLYMENA AND LONDONDERRY
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Mr Rothschild Buckinghamshire Aylesbury
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NAVAL WORKS Act EXPENDITURE Question Mr Buchanan Perthshire E
1223
ALLEGED SEIZURE OF BRITISH COLLIERS BY Russia Question Mr Rose Cam
1231
Poge
1241
SUPPLY NAVY ESTIMATES Order for Committee read
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FOURTH SERIES 6
1269
Amendment proposed
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Question put 1 1
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Ayes 126 Noes 214 Division List No 16
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Considered in Committee
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RETURNS REPORTS
1349
MILITARY WORKS Acts 1897 1899 AND 1901 Account presented for
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CYPHER TELEGRAMS FROM MACEDONIA Question Mr Charles Allan Gloucester
1353
CURRENT EXPENDITURE UNDER THE MILITARY WORKS Act Question
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Mr Edmund Robertson Dundee 1378
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IRISH CHILDREN GARDENINGGOVERNMENT GRANTS Question
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Question put That the question be now put
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Ayes 224 Noes 131 Division List No 32
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FOURTH SERIES d
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Ayes 90 Noes 153 Division List No 34
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RAILWAY ETC Bills Copy ordered of Report by the Board of Trade upon
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COST OF FOREIGN ARMIES Question Mr Charles Hobhouse Answer
1473
RISH RAILWAY EMPLOYEESPENSIONS Question Mr Sheehan Answer
1483
South AFRICA CHINESE LABOUR Petition from Guildford against establish
1493
Question proposed That the words proposed to be left out stand part
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Motion made and Question proposed That item Vote 1 Subhead H
1
SOUTH AFRICAN MINES MORTALITY Address for Return of the numbers
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Ayes 232 Noes 139 Division List No 7
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Ayes 156 Noes 212 Division List No
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will come in course of payment during the year ending on the 31st day
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ESTATE OF THE LATE JAMES MGOWAN Question Mr J P Farrell Answer
15
SIEMSHIP OF CHERRA NATIVE STATE Assam Question Mr Weir Answer
17
Mr Whitley 884
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TOWN AND COUNTY COUNCILS QUALIFICATION OF WOMEN SCOTLAND Bill

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671 ページ - Acts, 1853 to 1891, and appropriated in whole or in part for the benefit of that County, or of any part • thereof, together with the Reports on those Endowments of the Commissioners for inquiring concerning Charities, 1818 to 1837...
513 ページ - Most Gracious Sovereign, We, Your Majesty's most dutiful and loyal subjects, the Commons of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, in Parliament assembled, beg leave to offer our humble thanks to Your Majesty for the Gracious Speech which Your Majesty has addressed to both Houses of Parliament.
675 ページ - That the metrical system of weights and measures be taught in all public elementary schools as a necessary and integral part of arithmetic, and that decimals be introduced at an earlier period of the school curriculum than is the case at present.
351 ページ - I had hoped to have found in your speech a definite statement of adherence to the principle of Free Trade as the ordinary basis of our fiscal and commercial system, and an equally definite repudiation of the principle of Protection in the interests of our national industries.
677 ページ - That it is advisable to adopt the metric system of weights and measures for use within the Empire, and the Prime Ministers urge the Governments represented at this Conference to give consideration to the question of its early adoption.
573 ページ - I beg to ask leave to move the Adjournment of the House in order to call attention to a definite matter of urgent public importance...
87 ページ - Conference the permanent settlement in South Africa of Asiatic races would be injurious, and should not be permitted ; but that, if industrial development positively requires it, the introduction of unskilled Asiatic labourers, under a system of Government control providing for the indenturing of such labourers and their repatriation at the termination of their indentures, should be permissible.
405 ページ - This House, while affirming the constitutional doctrine that all the fiscal arrangements of this country must be subject to the full and effective control of Parliament over taxation, is not prepared to lay down rules for the guidance of future Parliaments as to the exact method in which such control should be exercised by them in cases which may arise.
737 ページ - Committees be appointed for the consideration of all Bills relating to Law and Courts of Justice and Legal Procedure...

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