All 4 results for speaker:Major Gustav Renwick

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce.: Shipping Industry. (26 Jun 1934)

Major Gustav Renwick: May I ask whether it is a fact that the shipping industry has not suggested that the Government should adopt the replacement scheme, but that on the contrary, it is the expressed view of the industry that such a scheme should not be adopted?

Orders of the Day — North Atlantic Shipping Bill.: Clause 1. — (Power to Treasury to make advances to certain companies.) (14 Mar 1934)

Major Gustav Renwick: I would like to remove a certain measure of misapprehension that has arisen from the speech of the hon. Member for Gorbals (Mr. Buchanan) in regard to what fee said about the running of the ship.

Orders of the Day — Newspaper Competitions. (6 Jul 1933)

Major Gustav Renwick: I should like to associate myself with everything that the hon. Member for Attercliffe (Mr. Pike) has said. Certain newspaper interests in Manchester find themselves in precisely the same position. The Allied newspapers have been singled out for peculiar and invidious distinction, just as have some of the Sheffield newspapers. I beg the right hon. Gentleman to clarify the position so that...

Orders of the Day — Road and Rail Traffic Bill. (3 May 1933)

Major Gustav Renwick: Hitherto I have refrained from intervening in Debates pending the opportunity to make my initial contribution upon a subject of which I might claim some knowledge. In so doing, it may be within the re-collection of certain of the older Members of the House that I am really following the tradition of my sire, whose voice at one time was not unfamiliar in this Chamber. For a number of years I...

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