All 6 results for speaker:Mr Stanley Tubbs

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: New Clause. — (Relief from Entertainments Duty.) ( 2 Jul 1923)

Mr Stanley Tubbs: Do we understand that if the circus stunt is eliminated from any of these local shows, they are exempt?

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: New Clause. — (Relief from Entertainments Duty.) ( 2 Jul 1923)

Mr Stanley Tubbs: Having regard to the important question of getting out advertisements, as a large number of these shows take place in the August Bank Holiday week, could we have a definite understanding now that this will go through?

Orders of the Day — Rating of Machinery Bill. (11 May 1923)

Mr Stanley Tubbs: I want, in supporting this Bill, to obtain uniformity in the rating of machinery not merely throughout England, but throughout Great Britain. I should not like to say anything at all disparaging, or anything which would hurt Scottish feelings. We feel that they are able and have been able, this Session at any rate, to look after themselves. But if I am right, Scotland has an advantage to-day...

Oral Answers to Questions — Safeguarding of Industries Act (Part Ii. Orders). ( 1 May 1923)

Mr Stanley Tubbs: 4. asked the President of the Board of Trade the number of trades that now come within the Safeguarding of Industries Act, Part II, and the number of hands employed in these trades?

Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office.: Wireless Experimenial Licences. ( 1 May 1923)

Mr Stanley Tubbs: 76 and 77. asked the Postmaster-General (1) what are the Regulations in force governing the grant of wireless experimental licences, and upon what grounds the application for such a licence of Signalman W. C. Newman, No. 2,555,814, of the 56th Divisional Signals, Territorial Army, was refused in February last; (2) whether officers and other ranks in the Royal Corps of Signals, Territorial...

Orders of the Day — Merchandise Marks Bill. (16 Mar 1923)

Mr Stanley Tubbs: I claim the indulgence of the House as a new Member. Last Session and this Session I have wondered whether I should go down to posterity as one of those Members who never made his maiden speech, or whether I should face this House, even if I died in the effort. I have listened to the able way in which this Bill was introduced by the right hon. Member for Chelmsford (Mr. Pretyman), and I think...

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