The Parliamentary Debates

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Dec 7
Dec 7
TRADE DISPUTES BILL Petitions for Amendment of of Railway Companies
Laid before the House pursuant to Act and ordered to lie on
ConvocatIONS OF CANTERBURY AND YORK Question Mr Paul Northampton
GOVERNMENL OFFICESWINDOW CLEANING CONTRACT Question Mr OGrady
New Clause
Education Provision of Meals Recommitted Bill
The following Biils received the Royal Assent
1
Dec 3
3
CAPAN UNTЕNANTED LAND Question Mr Vincent Kennedy Cavan 5
5
Nov 28
7
59
9
Marine Insurance Bill H L Order of the Day read for the consideration
21
In Clause 27 page 7 line 28 after the word policy to insert
23
Commons Amendment
25
Nov 29
29
OBSOLETE TORPEDO BOATS Question Mr Nield Middlesex Ealing Answer
33
REIXSTATEMENT OF EVICTED Holdings Question Mr Fetherston haugh
41
be ready to consider them with an open On Question That the words proposed
45
FLOGGING IN PRISONS Question Mr Byles Salford N Answer Mr Glad
49
THE FERRIERA RAID Question Mr Swift MacNeill Answer
55
HULL GATE SIGNALMEN Question Mr Hudson NewcastleonTyne Answer
61
KENMARE POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS Question Mr Boland Answer
63
MAYBERRY ESTATE KENMARE Question Mr Boland Keriy S Answer
65
MR BUCKNILLS REPORT Questions Mr Mond Chester Mr Rawlinson
81
INCOME TAX Question Mr Chiozza Money Paddington N Answer
83
REPAIRS TO TURBINE MACHINERY ON FOREIGN STATIONS Question
85
WHITBURN BEACH Question Mr Summerbell Sunderland Answer
87
NEW BILL
89
Plural Voting Bill As amended further considered
93
29
111
Mr Courthope Sussex Rye
115
Question
119
Question
131
THE DISTURBANCE AT PORTSMOUTH Question Mr William Redmond Clare
139
Amendment proposed
143
the Bill
149
Ayes 340 Noes 71 Division List No 450
165
Page
171
Page
177
insert the words of evading
183
ment The Earl of Crewe
193
On Question Motion agreed
195
On Question Amendment agreed
197
quired by the owners continue and to insert the words for the pur
205
The Marquess of Salisbury
215
Plural Voting Bill Brought from the Commons read la and to be printed
225
The Marquess of Lansdowne
227
On Question That the words proposed to be left out stand part of
231
The Marquess of Londonderry
243
On Question That the words the majority stand part of the Bill
263
FILLING OF VACANCIES IN His MAJESTYS DOCKYARDS Question
275
Mr Cochrane
283
PARTITION OF BENGAL Questions Mr C J ODonnell Newington Walworth
289
BUCHAREST GENERAL EXHIBITIONENGLISH WORKMENS CLAIMS Question
295
SWANSEA EDUCATION DISPUTE Questions Lord R Cecil Marylebone E
305
LLOYD ESTATE CAVAN Question Mr Vincent Kennedy Answer Mr Bryce
319
Brought up and read the first time
327
Mr Brace Glamorganshire
345
Question put and negatived
353
Sir John Walton
361
Workmens Compensation Bill As amended by the Standing Committee
363
RAILWAY AND CANAL TRAFFIC ACTS 1888 AND 1894 Copy presented of Ninth
367
Mr Courthope Sussex Rye
369
Mr John Wilson Durham Mid
373
Amendment proposed to the Bill
387
INFECTIOUS DISEASE IRELAND Bill Petition of the Royal Sanitary Institute
393
Amendment proposed
407
Main Question put and agreed
437
FOURTH SERIES
441
The Earl of Crewe
461
Ayes 128 Noes 17 Division List No 475
475
The Duke of Devonshire
483
Clause
497
CONTENTS
499
On Question That the remainder of the Amendments to the Amend
501
Lord Ashbourne
505
4 In all schools used by the local education
509
Viscount Cross
511
Amendments moved
523
On Question Amendment agreed
529
Amendment by leave withdrawn
533
On Question Amendments negatived
537
PORTADOWN Post OFFICE STAFF Question Mr Sloan Belfast S Answer
539
SALE OF LORD ORKNEYs ESTATETENANTS GRAZING AND TURF PRIVILEGES
551
JAM FOR THE Navy Question Mr Bowerman Deptford Answer
563
Mr Cochrane Ayrshire N
565
TANJONG PAGAR Dock ARBITRATION Questions Mr Wedgwood Newcastle
577
Mr Cathcart Wason Orkney and Shetland
579
POPPY CULTIVATION IN INDIA Question Sir Henry Cotton Nottingham E
583
LONDON STREET AMBULANCES Question Sir W J Collins St Pancras W
589
STATE MANUFACTORIES Questions Mr Keir Hardie Merthyr Tydvil
593
Dec
595
FOURTH SERIES
601
ALLOWANCE TO SHERIFFS Question Mr Tillett Norwich Answer
603
Amendment proposed
619
The First Commissioner of Works Mr Harcourt Lancashire Rossendale 620
625
Sir Philip Mamus London University
637
Mr J Wood StokeonTrent
649
Mr William Abraham Glamorganshire Rhondda
791
Mr Russell Rea Gloucester
799
GLENGLASSAUGH DISTILLERY Question Mr Mechan Queens County Leix
801
Mr Ellis Griffiths Anglesey
825
Question put and negatived
833
insert the words on which the principal has undertaken to execute
835
842
841
In page 7 to leave out lines 16 and 17 and to insert the words
855
WEDNESDAY 5TH DECEMBER 1906
861
Amendment moved
863
Moved That the Bill be now read 2a Earl Carrington
875
PORTSMOUTH NAVAL BARRACKSCOURTMARTIAL Room Question
923
Mr Mond
927
CHILDRENS COURTS Question Mr Wedgwood NewcastleunderLyme
929
Irish Potato CROP FAILURE Questions Mr Dillon Mayo E Mr Vincent
941
Cost OF BOARD OF TRADE JOURNAL Question Mr Chiozza Money Padding
945
CASE OF PATRICK AHERN Question Mr William Abraham Cork County
953
CONSUMPTION IN IRELAND Question Mr J P Farrell Longford W Answer
959
Mr Keir Hardie
973
Amendment by leave withdrawn
977
Question proposed That those words be there inserted in the Bill
1013
In page 9 line 16 after the word workman to insert the words
1015
Question
1019
Quilty FISHERY STATION Questions Mr Halpin Clare W Mr William
1035
Question proposed That the words proposed to be left out stand part of
1041
Amendment by leave withdrawn
1043
EDUCATION ENGLAND AND WALES Bill Petitions againstof inhabitants
1061
vided that the requirement as to vacant school places shall not apply
1071
In Clause 12 page 10 line 35 at end of line to insert the words
1081
Consequential Amendments agreed
1083
whole Act so far as unrepealed and to insert the word public
1093
BRITISH AND NORWEGIAN GRANITE Question Mr Hugh Law Donegal W
1103
Town Tenants Ireland Bill SECOND READING
1119
Age RETIREMENT OF THE CONTROLLER AND AUDITORGENERAL Question
1155
STRENGTH OF MILITIA BATTALION Question Mr Fiennes Oxfordshire
1161
GRANT TO ANDREW BEGGAN ON THE Smith ESTATE COOTEHILL Question
1163
DUBLIN ARMY ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT Questions Mr Lundon Limerick E
1173
GLOUCESTERSHIRE INCLOSURES RETURN Question Mr Essex Gloucestershire
1185
MR HUSSEYS RATHKENNY ESTATE Question Mr Patrick White Answer
1189
LOCAL EXPENDITURE AND DEBT Question Mr Bowles Answer Sir
1203
In page 8 line 15 to leave out the word fishing Sir
1215
to end of subsection
1221
Ayes 57 Noes 307 Division List No 463
1231
Question proposed That the words proposed to be left out stand part
1259
to insert the words unless the medical referee certifies
1269
Question proposed That the word nowstand part of the Question
1273
Mr Lough
1277
The President of the Local Government Board Mr John Burns Battersea
1291
GENERAL LIGHTHOUSE FUND AccOUNTS Question Sir Robert Ropner Stock
1301
Mr Bottomley Hackney S
1313
Civil SERVICE RETIREMENT REGULATIONS Question Sir G Kekewich
1315
Amendment proposed
1317
GRATUITIES TO CIVIL SERVANTS Question Sir G Kekewich Answer
1339
Bill
1375
Mr Lambton Durham S E
1387
Sir Henry Craik
1399
FOURTH SERIES
1421
Amendment agreed
1447
Amendment by leave withdrawn
1467
LOCAL EDUCATION AUTHORITY AND HEAD MASTERSHIP OF ABERDARE Town
1479
Morley E Addington L Michelham L
1517
THE GRENADA EDUCATION ORDINANCE Question Mr Charles Duncan Barrow
1521
SALE OF OPIUM Question Sir Henry Cotton Answer Mr Morley
1533
UNITED STATES NAVAL PROGRAMME Questions Mr Bellairs Lynn Regis
1541
BRITISH INDIANS IN THE TRANSVAAL Question Sir William Bull Hammer
1551
PRIVILEGE CABS Question Sir Samuel Scott Answer Mr Gladstone
1563
THE TRANSVAAL CONSTITUTION Question Mr Bridgeman Shropshire Oswes
1575
Fourth Series
1597
Motion made and Question proposed That the Lords Amendments
1599
Sir W Robson
1665
Dublin Police Bill Order for Second Reading read and discharged Bill
1693
SHOP HOURS Act 1904 Copy presented of Order made by the Council of
Nov 28
SCOTSMEN IN THE ARMY Question Major AnstrutherGray Answer Mr Hal
Mr Cochrane
PUBLICITY OF CourtsMARTIAL Question Mr Swift MacNeill Donegal S
TUBERCULOUS Cows IN MARKETS Question Mr Scott AshtonunderLyne
BRUSSELS SUGAR CONVENTION Question Mr Essex Gloucestershire Ciren
ISSUE OF LOAN FOR BUILDING SCHOOLS AT FERNS COUNTY WEXFORD
751
BRITISH INDIANS IN THE TRANSVAAL Question Mr Ridsdale Brighton
ENNIS INEBRIATES Question Mr William Redmond Answer Mr Bryce 313
SHIPPING COMBINE AT SINGAPORE Question Mr Walker Leicestershire
Amendment agreed
WADHURST MURDERERS REPRIEVE Question Mr Courthope Sussex Rye
ELECTION EXPENSES Question Mr Godfrey Baring Isle of Wight Answer
SHEPPERTON ASSAULT CASE Question Mr Summerbell Sunderland
PUBLIC TRUSTEE BILL Question Sir Howard Vincent Sheffield Central
CHOCOLATE MANUFACTURE AT DEPTFORD Question Mr T F Richards Wol
INCOMETax on COMPANIES PROFITS Question Mr Fell Answer Mr Asquith 1562
RAILWAY INSPECTION BY THE BOARD OF TRADE Question Mr Chiozza
MR BUCKNILLS REPORT Question Viscount Turnour Sussex Horsham
LISSAHULLY TENANTRY Question Mr Swift MacNeill Answer Mr Bryce
BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE Questions Mr A J Balfour City of London
IPSWICH BARRACK CONTRACT_RATES OF WAGES Question Mr J Ward
ROYAL Irish CONSTABULARY Question Mr T L Corbett Answer
NEW HEBRIDES Question Sir Gilbert Parker Gravesend Answer
STATE OF SCHOOL BUILDINGS Quest cns Mr Dillon Mr T L Corbett
ADMINISTRATION OF THE Shop HOURS ACT IN GLAMORGAN Question
Resolved That this House doth not insist on the Amendments to the Bill

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الصفحة 693 - An agreement or combination by two or more persons to do or procure to be done any act in contemplation or furtherance of a trade dispute between employers and workmen shall not be indictable as a conspiracy if such act committed by one person would not be punishable as a crime.
الصفحة 713 - An action against a trade union, whether of workmen or masters, or against any members or officials thereof on behalf of themselves and all other members of the trade union in respect of any tortious act alleged to have been committed by or on behalf of the trade union, shall not be entertained by any court.
الصفحة 1045 - includes any body of persons corporate or unincorporate and the legal personal representative of a deceased employer, and, where the services of a workman are temporarily lent or let on hire to another person by the person with whom the workman has entered into a contract of service or apprenticeship, the latter shall, for the purposes of this Act, be deemed to continue to be the employer of the workman whilst he is working for that other person...
الصفحة 781 - Proceedings for the recovery under this act of compensation for an injury shall not be maintainable. unless notice of the accident has been given as soon as practicable after the happening thereof, and before the workman has voluntarily left the employment in which he was injured; and unless the claim for compensation with respect to such accident has been made within six months...
الصفحة 837 - ... provision, be taken to be the amount of the lump sum for which the weekly payment could, if redeemable, be redeemed if the employer made an application for that purpose under the First Schedule to this Act. (4) In the case of the winding up of a company within the meaning of the Stannaries Act, 1887...

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