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PRIVATE BILLS LORDS STANDING ORDERS NOT PREVIOUSLY INQUIRED INTO
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FISHERY BOARD SCOTLAND Copy presented of Twentythird Annual Report
Orders made by the Board of Trade under The General Pier and Harbour
Local Government Provisional Orders No 2 Bill Local Government
une 7 1 Page
June 7
Page 1
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June 1
June 21
CHURCHES SCOTLAND
TRADE REPORTS ANNUAL SERIES Copies presented of Diplomatic and Con
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CIVIL SERVICES AND REVENUE DEPARTMENTS ESTIMATES 19056
HARWICH HARBOUR Copy presented of Abstract of the Accounts of
Accrington District Gas and Water Board Bill Hull Barnsley
Metropolitan Electric Power Supply Bill Lords
Inne 21
ARMY PENSIONSCASE OF WILLIAM SIMMONDS LATE OF ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY
June 6
June 22
Ordered That the Bill be read a second time
HYTHE FORESHOREGOVERNMENT PRECAUTIONS Questions Mr Hardy Kent
SPANISH SUGAR IMPORTS Questions Mr Lough Islington W Mr Gibson
EVENING SITTING
WAYS AND MEANS 5TH JUNE
Great Northern Piccadilly
1
Pier and Harbour Provisional Orders No 1 Bill h L Amendments
3
1
29
May 31
31
Electric Lighting Provisional Orders No 1 Bill Electric Lighting
3
May 29
29
LIFE SAVING APPARATUS ON BRITISH SHIPS
45
if the contractor is an undertaker within the meaning of this
53
Alexandra Park and Palace Bill LORDS Read a second time
57
Metropolitan Pneumatic Despatch Bill Reported Preamble not proved
59
Great Eastern Railway Bill Loughborough Corporation Bill Norwich
65
SURRENDER TO THE CONGESTED DISTRICTS BOARD OF HOLDINGS ON THE STONEY
71
QUESTIONS IN THE HOUSE
73
Mecca PILGRIMS Question Mr Stevenson Answer Earl Percy
79
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91
THE INDIAN EARTHQUAKEGURKHA OFFICERS CLAIMS Question Sir
99
Mr Joseph Walton Yorkshire W R Barnsley
107
Sir Thomas Wrightson St Pancras E
147
Pinance Bill
159
HARWICH HARBOUR Copy presented of Abstract of the Accounts of
181
Question
185
THE Naval BATTLE IN THE FAR EAST Question Mr Gibson Bowles Lynn
187
Pier and Harbour Provisional Orders No 1 Bill H L Amendments
191
PRIVATE BILL BUSINESS
219
RETURNS REPORTS
221
i
227
IRISA EDUCATIONSPECIAL CONSIDERATION GRANTED TO CERTAIN TEACHERS
229
Long
229
Shepton Mallet Gas Company Electric Lighting Bill H L The consent
229
THE INDIAN EARTHQUAKEGURKHA OFFICERS CLAIMS Question Sir
231
RELIEF WORKS FOR THE UNEMPLOYED Questions Mr Keir Hardie Merthyr
233
ROBBERIES IN IRELAND Questions Mr Delany and Mr Patrick OBrien
237
Inverness Gas and Water Provisional Order Bill To confirm a Pro
243
Churches Scotland Bill To provide for the settlement of certain ques
245
IRISH LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOARD AUDITORS Question Mr MacVeagh Down
255
Page
257
270
269
Mr Cawley Lancashire Prestwich
281
Churches Scotland Bill Ordered That the Examiners of Petitions
283
Irish AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENTMR ROBERTSONS APPOINTMENT Ques
287
ROBBERIES IN IRELAND Questions Mr Delany and Mr Patrick OBrien
289
Question
307
PRIME MINISTERS ILLNESS Questions Sir H CampbellBannerman Stirling
311
Street Band of Hope and Temperance Society Sunderland United Temper
313
The OCONNOR ESTATE COUNTY MAYO Question Mr ODowd Answer
315
Post OFFICE ON LICENSED PREMISES AT MAGHERY COUNTY TYRONE Question
317
IRISH LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOOKKEEPING Questions Mr MacVeagh Answers
319
DELAY IN HOLDING COURT MARTIAL ON QUARTERMASTER SERGEANT ALLEN
321
DONCASTER CRIME Question Mr Vincent Kennedy Cavan W Answer
327
BURGLARY AND HOUSEBREAKING IN IRELAND Question Mr Reddy Answer
335
TECHNICAL AND AGRICULTURAL GRANTS TO KERRY Questions Mr Murphy
341
CROOKSTOWN LABOURERS COTTAGES Question Mr Sheehan Cork County
343
NEW BILLS
351
Sir John Leng Dundee
353
Mr Buchanan Perthshire E
371
Colonel Saunderson Armagh N
385
Mr Asquith Fifeshire E
397
FOURTH SERIES
409
Question
413
Local Government Provisional Orders No 15 BillReported without
417
ANNUAL SERIES
419
Peat Moss LITTER FOR ARMY HORSES Questions Mr Hardy Mr Kilbri
431
Scotch EDUCATION BILL Question Mr John Wilson Glasgow St Rollox
439
Question
447
June 23
449
TRINITY COLLEGE COMMISSION REPORT Question Mr Flavin Answer
451
Finance Bill
453
UNIVERSITIES SCOTLAND ACT 1889
457
une 6
467
ARMY SPECIAL PENSIONS Return for the year ended March 31st 1905
469
June 5
557
BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE
563
PRIVATE BILL BUSINESS
565
BIGAMY IN IRELAND Questions Mr Delany and Mr Sloan Belfast s
567
OREASE OF SALARY FOR MR PATRICK COYLE OF KILDARRAGH NATIONAL
571
Question
609
Education Board Provisional Order Confirmation London No 1 Bill
621
Pier and Harbour Provisional Orders No 2 Bill H L Amenament
623
FISCAL POLICYTHE COLONIAL CONFERENCE
629
KILMEEDY PRIMARY SCHOOLS Questions Mr OShaughnessy Limerick W
665
Ordered That the Bill be read a second time Tomorrow 668
667
Malones Divorce Validation Bill LORDS Reported without Amend
669
POLLING DISTRICTS County of Warwick Order made by the county council
671
Lands Valuation Scotland Bill Adjourned debate on Second Reading
683
MILITARY SALES DEPARTMENT Question Mr Gibson Bowles Answer
699
DOCKING HORSEs I ails Question Mr MacVeagh Answer Mr AkersDouglas 326
703
WORKMENS COMPENSATION BILL LORDS Read the first time to be read
725
Finance Bill
729
120
745
DELAY IN DELIVERY OF NEW FIELD GUNS FOR INDIAN ARMY Question
771
FOURTH SERIES d
781
Great Northern Piccadilly and Brompton Railway No 1 Bill Read
817
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS Message from the Commons for leave for the Clerk of
823
INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION IRELAND Report of Messrs F H Dale and
825
POLICE ACT 1890 Copy presented of Correspondence relative to the refusal
847
IRISH LAND Act 1903 Copy presented of Treasury Minute dated May 30th
849
NDIAN VICEROYS GENERAL EARTHQUAKE FUND Question Sir Seymour
855
STATE OF BURIAL GROUNDS IN THE ISLAND OF LEWIS Question Mr Weir
859
GRANTS TO TECHNICAL AND AGRICULTURAL SCHEMES IN KERRY Question
865
MR SPEAKERS RETIREMENT Mr SPEAKER addressed the House announcing
869
Motion made and Question proposed That Item A Salaries be reduced
881
Sunday Closing Shops Bill H l Report from the Select Committee with
883
Dublin United Tramways Bill by Order As amended considered
921
KILMEEDY PRIMARY SCHOOLS Questions Mr OShaughnessy Limerick W
923
June 20
925
GRANT FOR CONSTRUCTION OF A ROAD FROM HOY TO RACKWICK Question
927
APPEAL TO POSTMASTERGENERAL OF MR Fox OF PORTADOWN Question
933
ARDEE UNION DISPENSARY DISTRICTS Question Mr Nolan Answer
937
THE POLICE AND THE MILITIA Question Sir Carne Rasch Essex Chelmsford
943
FOURTH SERIES
953
Sir H CampbellBannerman Stirling Burghs
963
Mr Bell Derby
969
The Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury Mr A J Balfour
981
Mr Elliot Durham
993
The Secretary of State for the Colonies Mr Lyttelton Warwick
1009
INCOMETax ASSESSMENTS Return presented reative thereto ordered May
1015
Sir William Tomlinson Preston
1021
Mr Cathcart Wason Orkney and Shetland
1025
Question
1029
PRIVATE BILLS GROUP 1 Sir James WOODHOUSE reported from the Com
1051
PETITIONS
1053
Amendment moved
1057
NAVIGATION AND SHIPPING Copy presented of Annual Statement of Navigation
1079
GRADUATED INCOMETax Return presented relative thereto Address 11th
1083
CANADIAN GOVERNMENT AGE GUARANTEES OF WHISKY Question Mr Kilbride
1091
INTERNATIONAL LABOUR CONFERENCE AND THE MATCH TRADE Questions
1099
THE St Kilda Questions Mr Charles McArthur Liverpool Exchange
1113
EVENING SITTING
1173
South Eastern and London Chatham and Dover Railways Bill LORDS
1205
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS CIRCULATED WITH THE VOTES
1207
CALVES USED FOR PRODUCTION OF VACCINE LYMPH Question Mr Weir
1221
WORKMENS COMPENSATION BILL LORDS Read the first time to be read
1225
PROMOTION IN THE ARMY Question General Laurie Pembroke and Haverford
1301
ARMY OFFICERS APPEALS Questions General Laurie Answers Mr Arnold
1319
Administrative County of London and District Electric Power Com
1325
herr
1345
South AFRICAN WAR STORES INQUIRY Question Sir James Woodhouse Hud
1347
545
1365
PRECEDENCE IN THE POSTAL SERVICELONDONDEKRY AND PORTADOWN
1379
Ilfracombe Harbour and Improvement Bill Lords Amendments con
1433
Amendment proposed
1489
Question
1491
the words this day three months The Earl of Wemyss
13
ESCAPE OF TRAVLER ROI DES BELGES FROM STORNOWAY Question
23
POSTAL OFFICIALS AND TRADE SOCIETIES Question Mr Nannetti Dublin
25
ROYAL ENGINEER COMMISSIONS FOR WOOLWICH CADETS Question Mr Tuff
29
OLD BAILEY CALENDAR Questions Mr MacVea
31
NEW WRITS For County of Donegal North Donegal in the room of William
33
DOCKYARD STAFFSESTABLISHED AND HIRED MEN Question Mr Duke Ply
25
POSITION OF MR S E STRONGE IN NATIONAL EDUCATION OFFICE DUBLIN
31
DOCKING Horses I Alls Question Mr MacVeagh Answer Mr AkersDouglas 326
RETIRED POSTAL AND TELEGRAPH OFFICIALS IN RECEIPT OF PENSIONS Question
Electric Lighting Provisional Orders No 1 Bill Electric Lighting Pro
3
Midland Railway Bill As amended considered to be read the third
9
427
25
WITHDRAWALS FROM Post OFFICE SAVINGS Banks Question Mr Weir
7
PUNISHMENT FOR ERRORS IN REGISTERED LETTER Division EAST CENTRAL
9
PROMOTION OF MEN WITH LESS THAN TWENTY YEARS SERVICE TO CHIEF
9
HOLLOWAY AND Mount PLEASANT POSTAL FACTORIESEMPLOYEES UNDER
43
TELEGRAPHIC DELAYS AT DUBLIN Question Mr Nannetti Answer Lord
45
VACCINATION REGULATIONS Question Sir John Rolleston Leicestershire
51
Lord Oranmore and Browne
15
Mr Speaker
21
FOURTH SERIES
29
253
31
ACTION OF MR CRAVENSUBDIVISIONAL OFFICER AT HABYUNG SYLHET Assam
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الصفحة 745 - When I use a word," Humpty Dumpty said in rather a scornful tone, "it means just what I choose it to mean — neither more nor less." "The question is," said Alice, "whether you can make words mean so many different things.
الصفحة 545 - When some affection of our physical frame is in any way induced by an accident, we must be on our guard that we are not misled by medical phrases to alter the proper application of the phrase ' accident causing injury ' because the injury inflicted by accident sets up a condition of things which medical men describe as disease.
الصفحة 111 - Parliament the Chairman of Committees of the House of Lords and the Chairman of Ways and Means in the House of Commons acting...
الصفحة 547 - I hope that the decision in this case will not be regarded as involving the doctrine that all diseases caught by a workman in the course of his employment are to be regarded as accidents within the meaning of the Workmen's Compensation Act. That is very far from being my view of the Act...
الصفحة 795 - An Act to confirm certain Provisional Orders made by the Board of Trade under the General Pier and Harbour Act, 1861, relating to Bognor, Fowey, and Sheerness.
الصفحة 845 - Every penny bestowed, that tends to render the condition of the pauper more eligible than that of the independent labourer, is a bounty on indolence and vice.

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