Results 101–120 of 436 for speaker:Mr John Rawlinson

Adjournment of the House (Whitsuntide).: Industrial Disputes. (6 Jun 1924)

Mr John Rawlinson: Of course, when these subjects are concluded, any Member can, before the House adjourns, raise any subject he likes.

Oral Answers to Questions — India.: Forestry Service (Probationers). (29 May 1924)

Mr John Rawlinson: 71 and 72. asked the Under-Secretary of State for India (1) whether, in future, probationers for the Indian Forest Service will still continue to be able to be trained at any university having a forestry department, or whether they will be compelled to be trained at Oxford; and what sum it is proposed should be spent on the training of such probationers during the present financial year from...

Oral Answers to Questions — India.: Forestry Service (Probationers). (29 May 1924)

Mr John Rawlinson: Do I understand from the answer that no change is to be made at present in the selection of probationers, and that they will not be compelled in any way to reside at one particular university?

Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Industry.: Forestry (Grants to Universities). (29 May 1924)

Mr John Rawlinson: Will the right hon. Gentleman answer that part of the question which asks whether a guarantee can be given that students chosen as probationers for Indian and Colonial forest services shall still continue to have the option of choosing their own centre of education in forestry, and that there shall be no preference shown to Oxford to the detriment of the other universities at which men have...

Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Industry.: Forestry (Grants to Universities). (29 May 1924)

Mr John Rawlinson: In reference to Question No. 67, will the right hon. Gentleman answer that part which asks whether it is intended that the University of Cambridge shall receive a grant of £300 per annum from the Colonial Office on exactly the same footing as Oxford?

Oral Answers to Questions — India.: Forest Service (Probationers). (26 May 1924)

Mr John Rawlinson: 49 and 50. asked the Under-Secretary of State for India (1) whether any, and what, new arrangements have been made, or are proposed, for the selection of probationers for the Indian forest service; and whether graduates of any university will still continue to be eligible for selection without further conditions being imposed; (2) whether any new arrangements have been made, or are proposed,...

Oral Answers to Questions — India.: Forest Service (Probationers). (26 May 1924)

Mr John Rawlinson: Up to the present has any alteration been made in the existing state of affairs, first as regards selected candidates, and, secondly, as regards their training, because large sums of money appear to have been spent upon them?

Oral Answers to Questions — India.: Forest Service (Probationers). (26 May 1924)

Mr John Rawlinson: If I put down a question a week hence, will the Under-Secretary endeavour to give me an answer?

Orders of the Day — FRIENDLY SOCIETIES BILL [Lords].: Clause 1. — (Qualifications for office of Chief Registrar.) (21 May 1924)

Mr John Rawlinson: I am not opposing the Bill, but I think it right to point out that this introduces a considerable change. The effect of the alteration is this: At present, no one can hold the post referred to unless he is a barrister of 12 years' standing, and this Clause is altering that, and in future will throw it open to solicitors, under certain circumstances.

Orders of the Day — FRIENDLY SOCIETIES BILL [Lords].: Clause 2. — (Assurances on children's lives.) (21 May 1924)

Mr John Rawlinson: had given notice of an Amendment, on page 2, line 20, to leave out the words "except that," and to insert instead thereof the words "applicable to industrial assurance companies."

Orders of the Day — FRIENDLY SOCIETIES BILL [Lords].: Clause 2. — (Assurances on children's lives.) (21 May 1924)

Mr John Rawlinson: It is simply this. I made a false point on the Second Reading though I explained it to my hon. Friend directly afterwards. I misunderstood the reading of the Bill. The Amendment is quite simple, the Clause says: Sub-section (1) of Section four of the Industrial Assurance Act, 1923, shall be repealed from the words 'except that' to the end of the Sub-section. The result of that would be that...

Class Iii.: Police, England and Wales. (15 May 1924)

Mr John Rawlinson: Does that apply to the prison officials as well as to the police constables?

Orders of the Day — FRIENDLY SOCIETIES BILL [Lords]. (12 May 1924)

Mr John Rawlinson: I fear I shall not do much better than the hon. Member for St. Helens (Mr. Sexton), but there are some points in connection with this Bill to which I wish to direct attention. The Bill is in two parts. The first part alters the qualification of the Chief Registrar, and as it is the first time I have heard of the proposal, I do not look upon it as an agreed matter, but I am not going to say...

Orders of the Day — FRIENDLY SOCIETIES BILL [Lords]. (12 May 1924)

Mr John Rawlinson: My point is, that Clause 2, as it is drawn, does not touch that power, because the Friendly Societies Act no longer applies to industrial insurance companies. However, I thank the hon. Gentleman for his reply.

Orders of the Day — School Teachers (Superannuation) Bill. (12 May 1924)

Mr John Rawlinson: I have already made two speeches on this Bill, but I wish to add two words, one of explanation and one of protest. The first is that, in opposing this Bill as I did on the Second Reading, and again in suggesting in Committee upstairs that it should be deferred, I hope the right hon. Gentleman will understand that in nothing that I said was meant a reflection on him personally. Without saying...

Orders of the Day — MARRIAGES VALIDITY (PROVISIONAL ORDERS) BILL [Lords]. (12 May 1924)

Mr John Rawlinson: I beg to move, "That the Debate be now adjourned." I did not realise that a Bill of this nature was going to be brought on to-night. I have given the best attention to the explanation of the hon. Member and, frankly, I have some difficulty in understanding him. The validity of marriages is always a difficult question, and it is rather a pity to let the Bill go through without anybody in the...

Orders of the Day — Merchandise Marks Bill. (7 Mar 1924)

Mr John Rawlinson: Where is that in the Bill?

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Colonial Services. (3 Mar 1924)

Mr John Rawlinson: The hon. Member will find the limits strictly laid down on page 14 of the Estimate, and I am sure he will see at once that he is now going very far outside those limits.

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Colonial Services. (3 Mar 1924)

Mr John Rawlinson: The hon. Member, with all his years of experience, surely must know that such questions have been asked many times, and are always answered in the negative. Does the hon. Member for Mile End (Mr. Scurr) wish to proceed?

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Colonial Services. (3 Mar 1924)

Mr John Rawlinson: It is not in order to discuss it, but it is in order to give an illustration, as regards the position in this particular Colony, of the position in other Dominions.


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