Results 161–180 of 11883 for speaker:Mr James Ede

Oral Answers to Questions — Mercantile Marine.: Fatal Accidents. (28 Jan 1930)

Mr James Ede: 26. asked the President of the Board of Trade if he can say how-many fatal accidents to the members of the crews of British ships took place during the last year for which statistics are available, distinguishing between those in home and foreign waters, respectively; and in how many cases the findings of a court of inquiry indicated that the blame was not attributable to the deceased person?

Oral Answers to Questions — Water Supplies. (30 Jan 1930)

Mr James Ede: 77. asked the Minister of Health if his attention has been called to the fact that a local authority water undertaker may supply water in bulk to another local authority undertaker but not to a company undertaker; and if, with a view to securing the best use of the available water supplies, he will introduce legislation to remove the anomaly?

Oral Answers to Questions — Water Supplies. (30 Jan 1930)

Mr James Ede: May I ask when the right hon. Gentleman thinks that will be?

Oral Answers to Questions — Poor Law.: Harton Hospital, South Shields (Patient's Death). (30 Jan 1930)

Mr James Ede: 58. asked the Minister of Health if he has caused an independent investigation to be made into the circumstances surrounding the recent death of a patient in the Harton hospital of the South Shields Board of Guardians; if the officer investigating on his behalf had at at his disposal a full transcript of the shorthand notes made at the guardians' inquiry; how many of the witnesses at the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Poor Law.: Public Assistance Commutees (Press Representatives). (30 Jan 1930)

Mr James Ede: 72. asked the Minister of Health if he is aware that certain county and county borough councils have announced that they do not intend to admit the Press to meetings of public assistance committees or of the guardians' subcommittees; that under the Local Authorities (Admission of the Press to Meetings) Act, 1908, the Press had a statutory right to attend meetings of boards of guardians, whose...

Oral Answers to Questions — Poor Law.: Public Assistance Commutees (Press Representatives). (30 Jan 1930)

Mr James Ede: Will the right hon. Gentleman undertake to investigate the analogy between these committees and education committees, which were successors of the old school boards, with a view to securing that public knowledge of the work of the Poor Law shall be at least as wide as it has been hitherto?

Oral Answers to Questions — Commons, Metropolitan District. (3 Feb 1930)

Mr James Ede: 59. asked the Minister of Agriculture how many applications for the regulation of commons within the Metropolitan police district have been received by his Department since 1918; how many have been approved; and the acreage involved?

Oral Answers to Questions — Commons, Metropolitan District. (3 Feb 1930)

Mr James Ede: 60. asked the Minister of Agriculture if he contemplates any amendment of the law relating to the regulation of metropolitan commons with a view to the simplification of procedure?

LONDON AND NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY BILL (Certified Bill) (By Order) (5 Feb 1930)

Mr James Ede: My hon. Friend the Member for Partick (Mr. McKinlay) alluded to his constituency as being the second City of the Empire which caused some interruption on these benches. We were not, however, disputing the claim of his constituency to be the second City of the Empire. We were disputing which was the first. I desire, therefore, to speak now on behalf of the most important part of the Empire...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education.: State Scholarships. (6 Feb 1930)

Mr James Ede: 54. asked the President of the Board of Education how many women are holders of State scholarships; and how many women are holding these scholarships at Oxford and Cambridge, respectively?

Oral Answers to Questions — Education.: State Scholarships. (6 Feb 1930)

Mr James Ede: 55. asked the President of the Board of Education how many men are holders of State scholarships; and how many are holding these scholarships at Oxford and Cambridge, respectively?

Oral Answers to Questions — Poor Law.: Public Assistance Committees (Press). (6 Feb 1930)

Mr James Ede: 69. asked the Minister of Health whether, seeing that in both public assistance and education, the county and county borough councils are the successors of ad hoc authorities, and that the relations between the public assistance and education committees and the councils are statutorily the same, he will seek to amend the Local Authorities (Admission of the Press to Meetings) Act, 1908, by...

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce.: Poultry Farming (Foxes). (10 Feb 1930)

Mr James Ede: 44. asked the Minister of Agriculture if his attention has been called to the growing dissatisfaction of poultry farmers at the damage they suffer from the existence and preservation of foxes; if any computation has been made of the annual amount of such losses; and will he consider making it illegal to take action tending to restrain farmers from destroying foxes?

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture.: Foot-and-Mouth Disease. (10 Feb 1930)

Mr James Ede: Does the right hon. Gentleman feel that a poultry farmer on finding a fox on his land is justified in killing it?

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture.: Small Holdings (Tenants). (10 Feb 1930)

Mr James Ede: 52. asked the Minister of Agriculture how many persons have been accepted as tenants of small holdings by county councils since 1st January, 1919; and how many are now in possession of their holdings?

Oral Answers to Questions — Common Lands (Survey). (10 Feb 1930)

Mr James Ede: 53. asked the Minister of Agriculture if there exists a survey giving a complete list of the lands in England and Wales subject to rights of common; and, if not, will he, in view of the importance of such a survey since the passing of the Law of Property Act, 1925, which extended the rights over common land to include the right to air and exercise, order such a survey to be made?

Oral Answers to Questions — Education.: State Scholarships. (13 Feb 1930)

Mr James Ede: 51. asked the President of the Board of Education how many of the 346 men and 296 women, giving the figures for each sex separately, now holding State scholarships attended a public elementary school for some part of their education?

Oral Answers to Questions — Education.: State Scholarships. (13 Feb 1930)

Mr James Ede: 52. asked the President of the Board of Education how many of the 96 men at Oxford and of the 171 at Cam bridge holding State scholarships attended a public elementary school for instruction during the earlier part of their education, giving each university separately; and how many of the 80 women at Oxford and of the 61 at Cam bridge holding State scholarships attended a public elementary...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education.: State Scholarships. (13 Feb 1930)

Mr James Ede: 53. asked the President of the Board of Education if he has noticed that, approximately, 27 per cent. of the State scholarships awarded to both men and women are held at Oxford; that over 49 per cent. of the State scholar ships awarded to men, and under 21 per cent. of those awarded to women, are held in Cambridge; if there are any difficulties through lack of accommodation in the women's...

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture.: Poultry Farming (Foxes). (17 Feb 1930)

Mr James Ede: 52. asked the Minister of Agriculture if, in view of the dissatisfaction with the losses to poultry farmers caused by foxes, he is prepared to support active steps for the destruction of foxes; and, if so, what are the steps he will so support?


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