All 6 results for speaker:Mr Frederick Hindle

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill. (23 Jul 1924)

Mr Frederick Hindle: In view of your ruling earlier on, I shall not attempt to bring in the question of Protection in the skilful manner adopted by hon. Members opposite. I want simply to raise the point of the extension of the retrospective legislation contained in Clause 28. I agree that is an obnoxious excrescence on an otherwise fair body, and as there seems to be a perfect orgy of retrospective legislation...

Orders of the Day — Summary Jurisdiction (Separation and Maintenance) Bill.: Clause 1. — (Amendments of principal Act as to grounds on which orders may be made.) (4 Jul 1924)

Mr Frederick Hindle: I also invite the House to reject this Amendment. It seems to me that the word "compelled" is somewhat vague. Personally, in many respects, I should very much prefer the word "caused," as it would make this Clause somewhat similar to Sections in the principal Act, where the word is used, and, for a period of time, there have been judicial decisions which have helped as to the definition and...

Orders of the Day — County Courts Bill.: New Clause. — (Provisions as to hearing action for injunction.) (1 Jul 1924)

Mr Frederick Hindle: All the legal Members who have spoken in favour of or against this Amendment can be divided very definitely into two classes. All the legal Members who have spoken in favour of the Amendment have belonged to the lower branch of the profession, and, without exception, all the legal Members of the House who have spoken in favour of the Bill have belonged to the higher branch. It is not for me...

Oral Answers to Questions — Mercantile Marine.: Registration of Business Names Act, 1916. (24 Jun 1924)

Mr Frederick Hindle: 8. asked the President of the Board of Trade the number of prosecutions directed and convictions obtained during the last three years for offences against the provisions of the Registration of Business Names Act, 1916; and what proportion of such offenders were aliens?

Orders of the Day — Housing (Financial Provisions) Bill. (23 Jun 1924)

Mr Frederick Hindle: I think the figures which have been quoted are open to criticism. As I understand it, a brick-setter does not have the exclusive services of a labourer. Undoubtedly the object of this Bill is to cause the erection of houses for letting rather than for sale. Up to a point that is an object with which I am sure the whole House must be in sympathy. I do not think it is an unfair criticism to say...

Oral Answers to Questions — Budget.: Sugar Duties (Brewing Industry). (13 May 1924)

Mr Frederick Hindle: 62. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer the total quantity of dutiable sugar materials used by the brewing trade for the year 1923–24, and the amount of duty paid thereon; and whether it is proposed to take any steps to ensure that the benefit of the reduced duty on sugar is obtained by the retail distributors of beer and the consumers?


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