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Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office.

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  • Select Committee (Telephone Services). (2 speeches)

    51. asked the Lord Privy Seal whether it is intended to give this House an early opportunity of discussing the Report of the Select Committee set up to inquire into the telephone services of the...

  • Advisory Council. (8 speeches)

    82. asked the Postmaster General whether he has received any expression of willingness on the part of the National Farmers' Union to nominate a representative to serve on the Post Office Advisory...

  • Trade Journals (Postage). (2 speeches)

    86. asked the Postmaster-General whether, having regard to the discrepancy between the cost of postages for weekly and monthly trade journals, and the advantages in postal rates enjoyed by...

  • Telephone Call Boxes, Euston Station. (2 speeches)

    89. asked the Postmaster-General if he is aware that there are no telephone call offices on the departure platforms at Euston Station; and when does he propose to instal one?

  • Canada (Bank Act). (4 speeches)

    66. asked the President of the Board of Trade what representations, if any, he is making to the Canadian Government in regard to the Bank Act of Canada, and especially the alleged inequitable...

  • Horticultural Journal. (4 speeches)

    67. asked the President of the Board of Trade if he is aware that an English firm, issuing a quarterly journal for horticulturists, applied to his Department for the names of printing firms in...

  • Germany (Total Debt). (2 speeches)

    53. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer what was the amount of the total debt of Germany, imperial, state, and local, in 1914, and what was the then sterling equivalent; and what is the present...

  • Income Tax (Rhubarb Growers). (3 speeches)

    54. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer under what powers rhubarb growers who prior to 1918 have been assessed to and paid Income Tax under Schedule B are now in some districts only, and not in...

  • British Cellulose Company. (4 speeches)

    55. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer if the British Cellulose Company has sold its power station; and, if so, what is the price and who has bought it?

  • Dominion and Foreign Governments (Liabilitie0). (2 speeches)

    57. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether any Report has been received from the Treasury Committee appointed to consider questions arising in connection with the liability of Dominion and...

  • Government Investments. (2 speeches)

    58. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer what are the Government investments in commercial, industrial, and other undertakings at home and abroad; what was the original cost of such investments;...

  • Trade Facilities Act. (2 speeches)

    59. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer what are the total liabilities the Government have incurred by the guaranteeing of capital or interest, or both, on commercial and industrial...

  • Sugar (Excise Duty). (2 speeches)

    60. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether he has received any representations and, if so, of what nature, from any sugar-producing parts of the British Empire against the waiving of an...

  • Rentals, London and Berlin. (2 speeches)

    65. asked the President of the Board of Trade what was the rent in marks before the War of a German artisan's dwelling generally similar to that which would have been let for 10s. a week,...

  • British Guiana (Loan). (7 speeches)

    61. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether British Guiana is coming on the money market for a loan; whether the British Government are to guarantee the loan; if not, will he make...

  • British North Borneo Company. (5 speeches)

    62. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether he is aware that the North Borneo Chartered Company retains to itself the monopoly of gambling rights amongst the Chinese labourers of...