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  • Prisoners' Belease, Great Britain. (4 speeches)

    40. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether the order issued by him for the release of the prisoners convicted of shooting, arson, and other offences committed in Great Britain, and...

  • Reprisals (Compensation Claims). (7 speeches)

    42. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether he is aware that many Sinn Feiners in the South of Ireland, their houses having been destroyed as reprisals, received charitable...

  • Derby Prisoners (Release). (6 speeches)

    43. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether he is aware that the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, as representing the Crown, has no Constitutional right to release before trial prisoners...

  • Constabulary Barracks, Maryborough (Thefts). (2 speeches)

    44. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether the officials of the Provisional Government who looted the boxes and kit-bags containing the personal property of a convoy of the Royal...

  • Border Raids. (20 speeches)

    Lieut.-Colonel GUINNESS: (by Private Notice) asked the Secretary of State for the. Colonies whether he is in a position to give any further information to the House as to the situation on the...

  • British South Africa Company (Land Grants). (4 speeches)

    41. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether the British South Africa Company has disposed of 2,298,000 acres of land in Southern Rhodesia, for which no payment has yet been...

  • German Irish Society. (2 speeches)

    47. asked the Prime Minister whether his attention has been drawn to recent reports in the Press as to the activities in Berlin of the German Irish Society, and the openly expressed policy of...

  • River Mersey Banks. (2 speeches)

    60. asked the Minister of Agriculture whether he is aware that the question of the repairs to the Mersey banks was taken up with his predecessor and with the Minister of Health as long ago as...

  • Pacific Treaty (Sir a. Geddes' Speech). (2 speeches)

    45. asked the Prime Minister whether his attention has been called to a speech delivered by His Majesty's Ambassador in America in California, which has given rise to a charge of interference in...

  • MR. Montagu's Resignation. (4 speeches)

    46. asked the Prime Minister whether the rule or usage still holds good which requires a Minister of the Crown on resigning office to obtain the sanction of the Sovereign before making any...

  • Army, Navy and Air Force Institutes. (11 speeches)

    49. asked the Prime Minister whether he will consider the desirability of setting up a special Committee, or Commission, to investigate into and report upon the State trading monopoly carried on...

  • Genoa Conference. (26 speeches)

    Sir W. JOYNSON HICKS: 50. asked the Lord Privy Seal upon what grounds the International Labour Conference has offered to attend the Economic Conference at Genoa; and whether it is open to any...

  • East Africa (Pro-Indian Agitators). (8 speeches)

    58. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether he is aware that Mr. C. F. Andrews, one of the pro-Indian agitators in East Africa, is reported to have been recently consulting Mr....

  • Bovine Tuberculosis. (2 speeches)

    61. asked the Minister of Agriculture if he is aware of the alleged discovery by the Pasteur. Institute, of Lille, of a vaccine for conferring immunity from tuberculosis on bovine animals; and,...

  • Agricultural Labourers (Wages and Hours). (4 speeches)

    62. asked the Minister of Agriculture how many agreements have been arrived at concerning wages and hours of agricultural labourers under the new scheme of conciliation; and in how many cases the...

  • Broomhill Colliery. (8 speeches)

    63. asked the Secretary for Mines if he is aware that the Broom-hill Colliery owners, after having made an arrangement with the owner of the land on one side of the river Coquet to pump water for...

  • Letters (Sunday Collection). (2 speeches)

    64. asked the Postmaster-General whether, in the interests of the business community and the public as a whole, it would be possible to shortly re-establish a Sunday collection of letters?