The Parliamentary Debates

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Reuter's Telegram Company, 1903 - Great Britain
 

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Contents

SE Questions Sir H CampbellBannerman Stirling
Order Confirmation Bill LORDS BY ORDER
Cumberland Penrith in the Chair
Returned from the Commons with the Amend
printed and referred to the Examiners No 178
o be printed
159
yes 118 Noes 51 Division List No 202
RT ON NORTHERN NIGERIA AND TRINIDAD RIOT
1
Ibrook
5
The Lord Chancellor
11
PUBLICATION OF THE REPORT ON NORTHERN NIGERIA AND TRINIDAD RIOT
17
THE DEATH OF THE POPE Questions Mr Wm Redmond Clare E
19
July 28
29
nd amended In line 1 by leaving out the word
37
States certificate under Section 17 2 of the Act to the River Tyne Ponce
51
DOCKYARD TRADES Question Mr Reginald Lucas
53
CHARITABLE DONATIONS AND BEQUESTS IRELAND Fiftyeighth annual Report
57
rinted
63
ESTIOJS IN THE HOUSE
65
SOMALILAND Questions Mr Dillon Mayo E and Sir Wilfrid Lawson
69
300
75
MMITTEE Ordered That John Jackson Clark
77
BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE Questions Sir H CampbellBannerman Stirling
87
amended In line 7 by leaving out the words
91
pv presented of Report on the administration
107
Great Western Railway Bill Lancashire and Yorkshire and London
119
Fate
125
ing the word 18th
143
inted of Statistical Report of the Health of
145
Mr John Redmond Waterford
151
Pugje
169
Irish Land Bill Read 1 and to be printed No 170
171
Mr Bryce
181
Mr Emmott Ouham 195 341
195
198
197
proposed That it is expedient to authorise
203
pddington Tramways Bill Read 3 with
205
Tramways Orders Confirmation No 1 Bill H L Tramways Orders
211
sughfares mect fail to sound the motor horn if driving
213
MITTEE Seventh Report brought up and read to
221
MidYorkshire Tramways Bill LORDS As amended considered
223
OF DEBT
241
Amendment proposed
245
ESTIONS IN THE HOUSE
251
and reported without Amendment to be read the third time upon Monday
253
301
259
lestion Sir Thomas Dewar Tower Hamlets
263
Naval Works Bill Considered in Committee
265
leported with an Amended Title from the standing
269
July
271
CHAMBER OF LONDON Annual Accounts of the Chamberlain of London
287
ed of Twentieth General Annual Report by
291
xt and to be printed Bill 293
293
Merchant Shipping Act 1894 Amendment Bill To amend
295
INGHARMANs ESTATE Question Mr J P Farrell
297
ill 11 1 jCommons Amendments considered
299
Perth Corporation Tramways Order Confirmation Bill LORDS
301
XPENDITURE Return presented relative thereto
303
581
305
Mr Pretyman
309
314
313
Denbigh Answer Mr Walter Long
315
INDIAN MILITARY CHARGES Question Mr Lundon Limerick E Answer
325
BRUSSELS PERMANENT COMMISSION Questions Mr Lough Islington W
327
in Regis
331
LE FISCAL INQUIRY Questions Mr Chas Wilson
335
+ Certificates to masters or mates of vessels
339
lo now pass
341
9
351
South African Loan and War Contribution Bill SECOND READING
361
I
369
Mr J W Lowther
391
ford
395
Mr Whitley Halifax
403
3
425
ley Answer Sir William Anson
431
pon this day three months Mr Buchanan
435
AGRARIAN OUTRAGES IRELAND Return for the Quarter ended 30th June
437
Bill read a second time and committed for Monday next
443
and amended In line 10 by leaving out
455
137
475
Lord Kinnaird
493
1
525
Blackheath and Greenwich District Electric Light Bill Read 3
529
FISHERY RIGHTS IN LIMERICK Question Mr Joyce Limerick Answer
535
POSTAL SERVICE AT PORTARLINGTON Question Mr Delany Queens Co
543
92
545
Sale of Butter Bill Reported with an Amended Title from the standing
551
Mr J W LOWTHER Cumberland Penrith in the Chair
591
INTOXICATING LIQUORS Petition against the sale of on Sundays of persons
619
47
625
301
659
pe laid before the House report or correspondence
669
EVICTIONS IRELAND Return of evictions in Ireland for the quarter ended
673
CANADIAN TARIFF Policy Questions Mr Labouchere Northampton
681
Mr Ritchie
683
Sugar Convention Bill SECOND READING Order read for resuming
689
AFRICA Questions Mr Sydney Buxton Tower
703
Edmund Robertson Dunder
711
sed at halfpast Seven oclock till tomorrow
743
Mr Lawrence
755
Mr Duke Plymouth
767
The Secretary of State for the Colonies Mr J Chamberlain
781
Question put and negatived
787
256
797
Question
803
Nr Pretyman
805
South African Loans Bill Considered in Committee
807
AGE Question Mr James OConnor Answer
811
Amendment proposed
815
ving out the words The Petition for the Bill
817
Whereupon in pursuance of the Order of the House of the 28th day of IM
819
THURSDAY 30TH JULY 1903
821
Amendment agreed
831
BRITISH POLICY IN EGYPT Question Mr Weir Answer Lord Cranborne
837
MotorCars Bill 11 l Amendments reported according to Order
839
Alexandra Park and Palace Bill Read 3 and passed
847
Pige
851
Clause 2 as amended agreed
861
Amendment by leave of the House withdrawn
863
Act be deemed to be situated in such one of those
867
Question proposed That the words proposed to be left out stand part
869
ons of any Act of the present session relating
913
innerman Stirling Burghs
917
ns Vr Swift VacNeill Answers Lord Stanley
919
rool Abercrombie
935
DICATURE PROBATE DIVORCE AND ADMIRALTY
957
Orkney and Shetlani
971
Mr SECRETARY CHAMBERLAIN rose in his place and claimed to move
979
Standing Order 129 read and amended In line 6 by leaving out
991
Mr J W Louther
997
Amendment proposed
1021
1024
1023
Eliot 1024
1025
Local Government Provisional Orders No 8 Bill Read 3a according
1065
Carmarthenshire Electric Power Bill Lords Lords reason for dis
1067
FISHERIES IRELAND Report of the Department of Agriculture and Technical
1069
ch period not exceeding thirty years from
1071
Public Offices Dublin Bill House in Committee according to order Bill
1073
70
1075
Question proposed That leave be given to bring in
1077
the Admiralty Registry by Act to lie upon
1079
The Chief Secretary for Ireland Mr Wyndham Dorer
1085
Dundee
1097
Question proposed That the words proposed to be left out to the end
1107
Ayes 142 Noes 63 Division List No 203
1121
to leave out Subsection 4 Mr Buchanan
1123
4
1137
Mr Lough Islington W
1139
Page
1143
Question put and agreed
1147
RIVATE BILL BUSIVESS
1149
Sir AUGUSTUS GODson reported from the Com
1151
the Commons
1153
Lords Tynemouth and District Tramways Bill Lords without Amend 224
1167
Question proposed That the words proposed to be left out stand part
1207
Table by the Clerk of the House
1211
Viscount Hampden
1225
Rothesay Corporation Order Confirmation Bill Scottish Episcopal Clergy
1229
ned at five minutes before Twelve oclock to Thurs
1269
SEA SORTING Post OFFICES ON CUNARD LINERS Question Mr Alfred Davies
1275
IDMINISTRATIVE County of DURHAM Further
1277
301
1281
SOMALI OPERATIONSSTOPPING POWER OF BULLETS Question Mr Arthur
1283
WELLINGS Question Mr Weir Answer
1285
THE HOUSING OF THE WORKING CLASSES
1289
NEW BILL
1293
And it being halfpast Seven of the clock the debate stood adjourned till
1295
Ayes 44 Noes 110 Division List No 206
1313
0
1315
1
1327
On Question that the Bill be read a second time
1329
South Staffordshire Tramways Bill LORDS As amended considered
1343
EVENING SITTING
1351
isbury
1353
INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATIONS Directory of Industrial Associations in the United
1361
Mr Caldwell Lanarkshire Mil
1367
Kearley Devon port
1373
Sir J Fergusson
1379
urghs
1387
y to the Treasury Ilr
1389
Mr Warner be members of the Select Committee
1397
Patriotic Fund Bill Read a second time and committed for this
1399
Scottish Episcopal Clergy Widowsand Orphans Fund Order Confirma 225
1401
and ordered to lie on the Table
1403
AL Copy presented of Colonial Report No 391
1411
agreed
1413
Balfour
1417
Bill reported without Amendment and recommitted to the Standing
1419
Motion made and Question proposed That leave be given to bring in
1437
IDENTIFICATION OF UNITED STATES EXPORTS SENT riu CANADA Question
1441
ETTY OFFICERS GRIEVANCES Question Mr Swift
1443
ng to be heard by counsel against the Bill to be heard
1451
Staffordshire
1563
Committee report Progress to sit again
1567
KD Return for the Quarter ended 30th June
1569
of the Consolidated Fund
1573
GLASGOW AND GOVAN Post OFFICE Question Mr James OConnor
1577
Jury Acts Ireland Amendment Bill Order for Second Reading read
1591
Sugar Convention Bill Order read for resuming adjourned debate
1595
KLAIN rose in his place and claimed to move
1647
Burhanun
1655
218
1671
Mr Broadhurst
1697
iuse stand part of the Bill
1703
Amendment agreed
1709
In page 3 line 4 to leave out Subsection 1 Mr Lough
1713
VELERATED MAIL SERVICE TO AND FROM
1719
LAND REGISTRY Account of receipts and payments in respect of the land
1721
89
1725
845
1733
1380
UNTY OF LANCASTER Further Return relative
ion Sir Edgar Vincent Exeter Answer
ves 76 Noes 183 Division List No 199
RONTIER Question Sir Charles Dilke Answer
1 Buighs
wer Vr ArnoldForster
INDIA RAILWAYS Report on the administration and working of Indian
137
54
Revision Court AT DALKEY Question Mr Field Dublin St Patrick
des 1
53
IMMIGRANTS INTO CANADA Question Mr D A Thomas Answer Mr
proposed That a sum not exceeding 479900
ACHERS Question Mr Flynn Cork County N
ND WALES Copy ordered of statement of
SHIPPING STATISTICS Question Mr Mansfield Answer Mr Gerald Balfour
House in Committee according to order Bill
Rothesay Corporation Order Confirmation Bill No 180 Scottish Epis
STATEMENT OF PROGRESS Question Vr Herbert
TO ARMY EXPENDITURE Question Sir Charles
retary to the War Office Lord Stanley Lancashire
11
STEERS Question Sir Thomas Dewar Tower
Questions Vr Namnetti Dublin College Green
1031
een the Admiralty the Board of Trade
Limn Regis
339
CIVIL SERVICES AND REVENUE DEPARTMENTS SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES
CATE WEALTH IN ENGLAND FRANCE
Sheep Scab Bill Reported with Amendments from the Standing Committee
810

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