Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Industry.

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  • Oil Extraction. (6 speeches)

    2. asked the Secretary for Mines what action has been taken, or is likely to be taken, by the Government in order to encourage the making of oil from British coal in this country?

  • Wages. (2 speeches)

    4. asked the Secretary for Mines the average daily wage paid in the mining industry in 1920 and the average daily wage paid up to the latest period available?

  • Mine Timbering (Cost). (2 speeches)

    5. asked the Secretary for Mines the average cost per ton of coal raised for timbering the coal mines of Great Britain; and the total cost for the years 1928 and 1929?

  • Employment. (4 speeches)

    6. asked the Secretary for Mines if there has been an increase or decrease of employment in the mining industry during the months of January and February, 1931, and the amount of such increase or...

  • East Bristol Collieries (Stoppage). (5 speeches)

    Colonel BROWN: 7. asked the Secretary for Mines if he can make any statement with regard to the stoppage of work at the East Bristol collieries?

  • Output. (2 speeches)

    8. asked the Secretary for Mines the total output of coal in Great Britain for the months of January and February, 1931; and whether the output during this period has been equal to the demand?

  • Reorganisation Commission (Chairman). (10 speeches)

    9. asked the Secretary for Mines if he will explain the circumstances and conditions in which the chairman of the Coal Mines Reorganisation Commission surrendered or commuted pension rights...

  • Export Trade. (9 speeches)

    Colonel BROWN: 26. asked the President of the Board of Trade if he can now state the figures of coal exports for February, 1931, and those of February, 1930?