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Results 1–20 of 855 for speaker:Mr Henry Cautley

Orders of the Day — Fourth Schedule. — (Part III: local authorities' contributions.) (29 May 1935)

Mr Henry Cautley: I beg to move, in page 77, line 9, at the end, to insert: (b) where the area chargeable with the expenses of a scheme or schemes is or has been altered by reason of the coming into operation of the provisions of an order made by the Minister under section forty-six of the Local Government Act, 1929, the Minister shall make such equitable adjustment by reduction of the amount ascertained in...

Orders of the Day — Fourth Schedule. — (Part III: local authorities' contributions.) (29 May 1935)

Mr Henry Cautley: Part of the added area is nothing to do with Hailsham.

Orders of the Day — Fourth Schedule. — (Part III: local authorities' contributions.) (29 May 1935)

Mr Henry Cautley: I do not think it is any good pressing it, although the Minister has not convinced me that the ratepayers of Hailsham are not suffering a great injustice; but I leave the position as it is.

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport.: Railway Crossing, Crawley. (7 Mar 1935)

Mr Henry Cautley: 64. asked the Minister of Transport whether his attention has been drawn to the congestion in Crawley, due principally to the level crossing of the Southern Railway on the London-Brighton road; and what action he proposes to take?

Orders of the Day — Road Traffic Bill.: New Clause. — (Provision for charge for careless driving on hearing of charge for reckless or dangerous driving.) (28 Jun 1934)

Mr Henry Cautley: This new Clause will very greatly facilitate the working of the courts on these particular offences. The offences of driving to the danger of the public and driving carelessly shade off one into the other. Hitherto it has been necessary to issue two summonses. The learned Solicitor-General talked of alternative summonses, but they were two separate charges and two separate summonses had to be...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Agricultural Marketing Boards. (9 Apr 1934)

Mr Henry Cautley: I beg to move, to leave out from "That" to the end of the Question, and to add instead thereof: while appreciating the great benefits conferred on agriculture by the establishment of marketing boards, this House is of opinion that every effort should be made to speedily remove all difficulties and inequalities that have been disclosed in their working, to encourage more economy, and that...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Agricultural Marketing Boards. (9 Apr 1934)

Mr Henry Cautley: I cannot state exactly what the total price is, but he is receiving very much more proportionately, because he sold a very large percentage for manufacturing purposes, for which he got from 3¾d. to 5d. a gallon, and during last winter he was, at any rate, getting about 1s. 2d. The pool is provided by charging a sum which amounts to about 1¾d., or possibly a little more, and a farthing of...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Agricultural Marketing Boards. (9 Apr 1934)

Mr Henry Cautley: The arbitrators hold for a year.

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Agricultural Marketing Boards. (9 Apr 1934)

Mr Henry Cautley: What does he know about milk?

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Agricultural Marketing Boards. (9 Apr 1934)

Mr Henry Cautley: The hon. and gallant Member for Tiverton (Lieut.-Colonel Acland-Troyte) will not have that.

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Agricultural Marketing Boards. (9 Apr 1934)

Mr Henry Cautley: Not automatically, but power is taken to fine them.

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Agricultural Marketing Boards. (9 Apr 1934)

Mr Henry Cautley: Although the answers of the Minister on the questions of difficulty and policy that have been raised, are insufficient, I do not propose to proceed further with the Amendment, and I beg to ask leave to withdraw it.

Orders of the Day — Rural Water Supplies Bill.: Clause 1. — (Government contributions towards expenses of local authorities for rural water supply.) (7 Mar 1934)

Mr Henry Cautley: I beg to move, in page 1, line 13, at the end, to insert: Provided that no such contribution shall be made towards the expenses of any local authority in providing a supply of water where persons who do not benefit by the supply are rated or are to be rated under a general sanitary rate or rate in aid or otherwise. The object of this Amendment, so far as I understand it, is to get rid of the...

Orders of the Day — Rural Water Supplies Bill.: Clause 1. — (Government contributions towards expenses of local authorities for rural water supply.) (7 Mar 1934)

Mr Henry Cautley: I rather gather that the Minister agreed with the object of my Amendment, which was to do away with the rate-in-aid, that is to say, to make the rural district council find the money and then go to the Minister to get a grant. That is what I understood the County Councils' Association and the Rural District Councils' Association meant in this letter, where they say: We desire to recommend...

Orders of the Day — Rural Water Supplies Bill.: Clause 1. — (Government contributions towards expenses of local authorities for rural water supply.) (7 Mar 1934)

Mr Henry Cautley: Is the next Amendment on the Order Paper—in page 1, line 13, at the end, to insert: Provided that provision for the disposal of sewage shall be deemed to be part of the provision of a supply or to be the improvement of an existing supply of water within the meaning of this section. ruled out of order, or is it not being selected?

Orders of the Day — Rural Water Supplies Bill.: Clause 1. — (Government contributions towards expenses of local authorities for rural water supply.) (7 Mar 1934)

Mr Henry Cautley: On a point of Order. I submit that it is in order for the follow- ing reason. This is a Bill for the purpose of providing a rural water supply, and I venture to say that you cannot have a rural water supply and bring water to the houses unless you also take away the water which is polluted. I ask for your reconsideration of whether polluted water is not part of the water included in a rural...

Orders of the Day — Rural Water Supplies Bill. (22 Feb 1934)

Mr Henry Cautley: This Bill is designed, not to meet an emergency, but to provide a method of supplying our rural districts or villages with water, and as such I welcome it. It is only because I have some doubt whether the Minister has realised the great difficulties in the way of attaining that object that I rise to point out some of those difficulties, with a view to seeing whether they cannot be met in this...

Orders of the Day — Hotels and Restaurants Bill. (9 Feb 1934)

Mr Henry Cautley: Is it clear that this new licence or this endorsement will have to come before a confirming authority such as the quarter sessions like all other licences. If not, will the right hon. Gentleman take steps during the Committee stage to see that these new licences are placed on exactly the same footing as to continuity and so forth, as all the other licences under the Licensing Act?

Orders of the Day — Hotels and Restaurants Bill. (9 Feb 1934)

Mr Henry Cautley: This endorsement will alter the terms of the existing licence, and should it not therefore be approved by the confirming authority say the quarter sessions, which ought to have control over all licences of whatever kind in their area.

Ballot for Notices of Motions.: Marketing Board. (1 Feb 1934)

Mr Henry Cautley: I beg to give notice that, on going into Committee of Supply on the Civil Estimates, I shall call attention to the Marketing Boards, and move a Resolution.


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