Former MP, Isle of Wight
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 possess an enormous quantity of rifle ammunition of excellent quality owing to the cessation of the War, will he take steps to supply some of this at once for use at the present meeting at Bisley,...
If I bring reliable information before the War Office that this ammunition supply has been very defective, will the matter be considered?
(by Private Notice) asked the Minister of Transport why he has completely suspended the steam packets service from Southampton to Cowes and back; if he is aware that these boats bring most of the meat and foodstuffs to the island, and also have a large stock of coal; if he is also aware that the suspension of these steamboats will necessitate the closing of a large number of works in the Isle...
Former MP for Isle of Wight
Entered the House of Commons on 15 January 1910 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 26 October 1922 — General election
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