The Parliamentary Debates

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Reuter's Telegram Company, 1899
 

Table des matières

Bury Corporation Water Bill Lords Reported from the Select Com
9
PRIVATE BILLS Lords No STANDING ORDERS NOT PREVIOUSLY INQUIRED
17
CORK COUNTY COUNCIL ELECTIONQuestion Mr W Abraham Cork Co
Mr Sydney Burton Tower
May 10
APPRENTICES ON BRITISH VESSELSQuestion Sir Fortescue Flannery York
RAILWAY EXTENSION IN INDIAQuestion Sir John Leng Dundee Answer
Bexhill and St Leonards Tramroads Bill LordsReported from
Great Western and Great Central Railway Companies BillAs
RIFLE RANGES AND THE LEEMETFORD RIFLE Question Mr Frederick Wil
PETERBOROUGH RAILWAY STATION Question Mr Monckton Norhampton
ANDERSON INSTITUTE LERWICKQuestion Sir Leonard Lyell Orkney
Fine or Imprisonment Scotland and Ireland Recommitted Bill
3
As amended considered to be read the third time
13
PENALTIES ON NAVAL CONTRACTSQuestion Mr J Herbert Lewis Flint
19
HONGKONG CABLE AGREEMENTSQuestion Mr Provand Glasgow Black
VOLUME LXXI
1
St Neots Water Bill LordsReported from the Select Committee with
3
May 8
5
3
9
May 11
11
DISCIPLINE IN MILITARY PRISONS
17
Parish Councillors Tenure of Office BillRead the second time accord
23
Railway Bills Group 7Ordered that the Minutes of Evidence on
25
BOROUGH FUNDS ACT 1872Petitions for Alteration of LawFrom Crewe
27
SUEZ CANAL COMMERCIAL NO 4 1899 Copy presented of Returns
29
INDIAN SUGAR DUTY PAPERSQuestion Mr J M Maclean Cardiff
41
REPORTED CRISIS IN THE TRANSVAALQuestion Captain Bethell York
47
AGRICULTURE AND TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION IRELANDBill for establishing
55
Local Government Provisional Orders No 1 BillHouse in Com
91
Amendment proposed to the proposed Amendment
95
Ayes 77 Noes 173 Division List No 123
107
Clause as amended agreed
111
DISCUSSION
119
Committee report Progress to sit again Tomorrow
127
TUESDAY 9TH MAY 1899
129
NorthWest London Railway BillRead the second time and committed
131
QUESTION
133
BOROUGH FUNDS ACT 1872Petitions for alteration of LawFrom Acton
137
RAILWAYS IN IRELAND STATE ADVANCESReturn Ordered of the total
139
MILITARY TRIBUNALS AND CIVIL CONVICTIONSQuestion Mr Gibson Bowles
149
Question That Clause 4 as amended stand part of the Bill put
161
Clause
167
Clause
175
Ayes 238 Noes 131 Division List No 125
181
Question proposed That the words proposed to be left out stand part
183
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS COMMITTEEThird Report from the Select Committee
189
Ayes 147 Noes 68 Division List No 126
195
Mr H S Samuel Tower
203
Question That Clause 8 as amended stand part of the Bill put
211
Seats for Shop Assistants England and Ireland BillMotion made
223
226
225
EMIGRATION AND IMMIGRATIONCopy ordered of Statistical Tables relating
227
Sir William Harcourt
251
Question proposed That the words proposed to be left out form part of
253
Lord Hugh Cecil Greenwich
267
Mr Charles Mc Arthur Liver
281
Question
295
THURSDAY 11TH MAY 1899
301
Mr Pirie Aberdeen N
305
LOCAL GOVERNMENT PROVISIONAL ORDERS GASBill to confirm certain
317
EDUCATION SCOTLAND GENERAL REPORTSCopy presentedof General
321
IRISH MAIL SERVICESQuestion Mr MGhee Louth S Answer
323
RED SEA LIGHTSQuestion Sir James Fergusson Manchester N E Answer
329
Amendment proposed
409
Question proposed That those words be there added
411
Question put That Clause 13 stand part of the Bill
423
The First Lord of the Treasury Mr A J Balfour Manchester E
425
Urban District Gas and Water And also the Certificates that the Standing
429
Dundee Gas Tramways and Extension Bill Lords now Dundee
431
Metropolitan Common Scheme Harrow Weald Provisional Order Bill
433
Lord Darey
443
PRIVATE BILLSPETITION FOR ADDITIONAL PROVISION STANDING ORDERS
451
Page
465
St Andrews Burgh Provisional Order Bill LordsReported without
467
Also a Bill intituled An Act for incorporating and conferring Powers
469
JOSEPH WILSON OF FAILSWORTHQuestion Mr Ascroft Oldham Answer
471
Clause 2
489
Charing Cross Euston and Hampstead Railway BillRead
491
141
499
Tithe RentCharge Ireland BillTo amend the law relating to Tithe
503
Sir William Harcourt Mon
515
142
527
WAYS AND MEANS
535
540
539
Amendment proposed
545
Question
553
WINES IMPORTED Return presented relative thereto Ordered 12th May
559
580
579
Hampstead Church Emmanuel West End Bill LordsRead
583
INDIAN CRIMINAL ADMINISTRATIONQuestion Mr Herbert Roberts Den
589
ROYAL IRISH CONSTABULARY CADETS Question Mr Field Dublin
605
May 16
607
Mr Courtney Cornwall Bod
613
Means on the fourteenth day of April and then agreed to by the House
685
Great Yarmouth Water Bill LordsRead the third time and passed
689
ELECTRIC LIGHTING PROVISIONAL ORDERS No 19Bill to confirm certain
721
STANDING ORDERSResolutions reported from the Committee
725
365
729
WAGES DISTURBANCES IN GLAMORGANSHIRE Questions Mr D A Thomas
731
THE PARIS EXHIBITIONQuestion Mr Ascroft Oldham Answer The Pre
737
METROPOLITAN CHARITIES AND THE LONDON GOVERNMENT BILLQuestion
745
Mr Dillon Mayo E
747
In page 12 line 5 at end to add no ecclesiastical charity as defined
781
Question proposed That the words proposed to be left out stand part
785
THE WINE DUTIESQuestion Mr Herbert Robertson Hackney S Answer
795
Adjourned at ten minutes after Twelve of the clock
835
Firms Registration BillPetition of the Scottish Trade Protection Society
157
DISEASE AT GIBRALTAR Question Mr Pierpoint Warrington Answer
Motion by leave withdrawn
44
367
330
1
Hoxton
5
CORK TELEGRAPH STAFF Question Mr J F X OBrien Cork Answer
7
331
9
227
15
34
13
Infectious Diseases Notification Act 1889 Extension BillSECOND
25
340
25
35
25
APPEAL COURT BUSINESSQuestions Mr Samuel Evans Glamorgan Mid
29
744
33
Mr Pickersgill Bethnal
41
451
47
452
59
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