Ireland: Industrial and Agricultural

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Browne and Nolan, limited, 1902 - Agriculture - 532 pages
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Page 120 - Board, that it is indispensably necessary for the public service, that the Directors of the Bank of England should forbear issuing any cash in payment, until the sense of Parliament can be taken on that subject...
Page 86 - Any company failing to comply with the provisions of this section shall for each offence, and in the case of a continuing offence, for every day during which the offence continues, be liable to a penalty not exceeding five pounds...
Page 87 - They shall be appointed on the recommendation of the President of the Board of Trade, and one of them shall be of experience in railway business.
Page 89 - ... (3.) The Railway and Canal Commissioners shall have jurisdiction to hear and determine any complaint with respect to any such increase of rate or charge, but not until a complaint with respect thereto has been made to and considered by the Board of Trade under section thirty-one of the Railway and Canal Traffic Act, 1888.
Page 279 - Act, 1854, or (b.) requires a company to which this part of this Act applies to provide any station, road, or other similar work for public accommodation, or (c.) otherwise imposes on a company to which this part of this Act applies any obligation in favour of the public or any individual, or where any Act contains provisions relating to private branch railways or private sidings...
Page 271 - Act, •'shall meet at least once a year for the purpose of discussing matters of public interest in connection with any of the purposes of this Act.
Page 311 - CEREALS in the year 1901, with comparative Statements for the year 1900, and for the Average of the ten years 1891-1900, for the United Kingdom, and for each country separately.
Page 157 - The council have to report that the results of the examinations in connection with the science and art department and the City and Guilds of London Institute...
Page 256 - Where at the commencement of this Act more than twenty per cent, of the population of a county, or in the case of the county Cork of either riding thereof, live in electoral divisions of which the total rateable value, when divided by the number of the population, gives a sum of less than one pound ten shillings for each individual, those divisions...
Page 271 - ... most immediately affect, and without whose active co-operation no lasting good could be achieved. The machinery for this purpose was provided by the establishment of a Council of Agriculture and two Boards, one of the latter being concerned with agriculture, rural industries, and inland fisheries, the other with technical instruction. These representative bodies, whose constitution is interesting as a new departure in administration, were adapted from similar continental councils which have been...

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