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  • Free State Citizens (Status). (4 speeches)

    Mr. G. MURRAY: 45. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies the precise nature of the status acquired by a man who, under Article 3 of the Draft Constitution of the Irish Free State, has...

  • Provisional Government (Munitions). (8 speeches)

    46. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether the small arms, artillery, and other munitions of war which have been supplied by His Majesty's Government to the Irish Provisional...

  • Fighting in Dublin. (9 speeches)

    Major C. LOWTHER: 47. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether he can give any information as to the casualties suffered in killed and wounded among Free State and rebel forces in...

  • Special Constabulary, Ulster. (4 speeches)

    48. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether any financial support has been given by the British Government towards the upkeep of the Ulster specials; and, if so, whether, and to...

  • Irish Regiments. (4 speeches)

    65. asked the Secretary of State for War whether, in view of the developments which have taken place in Ireland since the demobilisation of certain Ulster battalions was decided upon, and in view...

  • Kidnapping. (4 speeches)

    50. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies the total number of persons kidnapped by Free State forces since the Truce and the number kidnapped by Republican forces; and how many in each...

  • Southern Loyalists (Compensation for Injuries). (6 speeches)

    Colonel NEWMAN: 52. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether the compensation of loyalists in the South of Ireland, who have had their stock driven from their lands and have not been...

  • Malicious Injuries Commission. (9 speeches)

    10. asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland whether his attention has been called to the slow progress that is being made by Lord Shaw's Commission in dealing with the cases submitted to it, many...

  • Natal (Indian Subjects). (8 speeches)

    49. asked the Secretary for the Colonies whether his attention has been called to three pieces of anti-Indian legislation recently put for ward by the Natal Provincial Council; whether he is...

  • Cornwall House (Luncheon Club). (2 speeches)

    54. asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury whether, in view of the grave dissatisfaction of the late employes of the Cornwall House luncheon club and the Cornwall House staff, the Treasury...

  • National Mines Research Station. (2 speeches)

    55. asked the Secretary for Mines whether ho has obtained a new site for the National Mines Research station; and, if so, where is it?

  • Food (Sale by Net Weight). (2 speeches)

    56. asked the President of the Board of Trade whether he proposes to make sale by net weight obligatory for any household commodities besides tea and bread?

  • Naval Aircraft Carriers. (8 speeches)

    60. asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Admiralty how many aircraft carriers are now in commission and in reserve; how many ships are fitted for carrying aircraft; and whether enough...

  • Rent Restrictions Act. (2 speeches)

    62. asked the Minister of Health if he is collecting the opinions of organisations of property owners and of tenants on the future of rent restriction; and, if not, whether he will consider this...

  • Uncertificated Teachers, London. (2 speeches)

    64. asked the President of the Board of Education if he is aware that the London County Council have decided upon the introduction of 100 uncertificated and untrained persons as teachers in the...

  • Rifle Ammunition, Bisley. (4 speeches)

    67. asked the Secretary of state for War if he is aware that the little ammunition supplied to the competitors of the present Bisley meeting is very defective; and, seeing that the War Office...

  • Inter-State Air Services (Australia). (2 speeches)

    Mr. A. T. DAVIES: 68. asked the Secretary of State for War whether his attention has been directed to the statement of the Commonwealth Minister of Defence, that delay in the manufacture of...

  • Printed Matter (Postal Delays). (2 speeches)

    Mr. A. T. DAVIES: 63. asked the Postmaster-General whether his attention has been directed to the complaints that, under the new policy adopted by the Post Office, orders from wholesale houses,...

  • Motor Race (London to Aberdeen). (8 speeches)

    (by Private Notice) asked the Home Secretary whether his attention has been drawn to a paragraph in a certain London evening paper, of 5th July, in which it is stated that a certain peer was to...

  • Threats Against His Majesty (John Syme). (5 speeches)

    (by Private Notice) asked the Home Secretary why it has been necessary to keep John Syme under such close police observation, and what is the reason for the recent proceedings against him?