Mr Barnet Kenyon: 44. asked the President of the Board of Education whether his attention has been drawn to a memorandum drawn up by the secretary to the Cambridgeshire education authority on the subject of the village college; and whether the suggestions contained therein are receiving the attention of the Board?
Mr Barnet Kenyon: 8. asked the President of the Board of Trade how many complaints under Part II of the Safeguarding of Industries Act he has received since 1st October last, which allege that goods are being dumped from Germany, within the meaning of the Act in Clause 2 (1) (a); how many of these complaints he has referred to Committees for investigation; and what action, if any, he has taken with regard to...
Mr Barnet Kenyon: 22. asked the President of the Board of Trade what proportion of the enamelled hollow-ware imported from Germany during the year 1921 was imported from Upper Silesia, which has now been ceded to Poland?
Mr Barnet Kenyon: 21. asked the President of the Board of Trade how many prose- cutions have taken place during the last five years under the Merchandise Marks Act; and to what classes of goods did they refer?
Mr Barnet Kenyon: 22. asked the President of the Board of Trade the quantities and values of fabric gloves imported into Great Britain for the six months ended 30th June, 1922, and the corresponding information for the six months which ended 30th June, 1913?
Mr Barnet Kenyon: 53. asked the President of the Board of Trade what countries or dominions, other than Australia, levy duties upon British trade catalogues; and, if there are such, will he state the amount of duty so levied?
Mr Barnet Kenyon: 52. asked the President of the Board of Trade if he can give, for the period 1st October to the 31st March last, the quantities imported (and the values) of the commodities listed by the Board of Trade under the Key Industries Schedule in Lists A, B, C, D, E, F, G, and H, respectively: and if he will at the same time state what amount of these values represent commodities which have now been...
Mr Barnet Kenyon: 59. asked the. Chancellor of the Exchequer whether he is aware of the complaint of a Manchester firm that in order to obtain delivery of certain German goods in April, 1921, they were compelled to deposit £157 in cash, which the Customs officials improperly demanded, and that, despite communications sent on the 19th July, 3rd August, 19th August, 1st September, 15th September, 7th October,...
Mr Barnet Kenyon: 18. asked the President of the Board of Trade if he can explain why toys, such as magic lanterns and viewscopes, are classified as scientific instruments by his Department for the purpose of duty under the Safeguarding of Industries Act, while vacuum flasks and similar articles are not; whether he can explain why some glass hand-mirrors are held to be exempt from duty as optical glass,...
Mr Barnet Kenyon: 42. asked the Prime Minister what duties are now exercised by the Chief Secretary for Ireland?
Mr Barnet Kenyon: 3. asked the Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether his attention has been called to the official Japanese statement to the effect that there ought to be a political as well as a financial consortium of the Powers with regard to China; whether any such proposal has actually been put forward; and, if so, what is its exact significance?
Mr Barnet Kenyon: 17. asked the Chief Secretary whether an inquiry has yet been held into the killing of three men named Ryan, Ahern, and Flynn, at Carigtwohill, County Cork, on the 17th May, while in custody of a party of military; and if so, what is its finding?
Mr Barnet Kenyon: 19. asked the Chief Secretary whether the destruction of houses at Kingswilliamstown, County Kerry, destroyed on the 29th January, was carried out by order of an officer and, if so, of what rank; and whether any disciplinary action has been taken in view of his exceeding his powers on that occasion?
Mr Barnet Kenyon: 19. asked the Chief Secretary whether arrests have yet been made in connection with the death of Michael Ryan, of Kilfeakle, County Tipperary, who was found dead on the road on the 19th February?
Mr Barnet Kenyon: 72. asked the Secretary of State for War the approximate present monthly cost of maintaining our forces in Constantinople?
Mr Barnet Kenyon: 105. asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer the consumption of beer, spirits, and wine in the United Kingdom during the quarters ending 31st March in the years 1918, 1919, 1920, and 1921?
Mr Barnet Kenyon: 82. asked whether there are any British troops at present in Persia, and what is the monthly cost of their maintenance?
Mr Barnet Kenyon: 22. asked the Chief Secretary whether any reprisals, such as the burning of property, have been officially ordered in any place outside the martial-law area?
Mr Barnet Kenyon: 77. asked the Chief Secretary whether the military governor of the Cork area has issued an Order to the "Cork Examiner" newspaper that no reference to the Belfast boycott is to be published without reference to the military governor's headquarters; whether this order was issued on account of the publication of an item of news relating to the boycott which was issued from Dublin Castle; and...
Mr Barnet Kenyon: 2. asked the Undersecretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether he is in possession of the terms of the agreement between the Turkish Nationalist Government and France and Italy, respectively; and, if so, whether he will publish these agreements?