All 10 results for speaker:Mr Charles Carew

Oral Answers to Questions — Luggage Confiscation (Germany). (30 Mar 1922)

Mr Charles Carew: 15. asked the Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether he can take any steps to expedite the payment by the German authorities of substantiated claims of those persons whose luggage was confiscated by the Germans at the outbreak of the war and afterwards sold by them; and can he say why claim P.R.I. 1,665, registration No. 77, submitted in October, 1914, has not yet been satisfied?

Oral Answers to Questions — Luggage Confiscation (Germany). (30 Mar 1922)

Mr Charles Carew: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that the registration number was forwarded to the clearing office, and was lost by them; and how long will the German Government be allowed to flout claims of this sort?

Orders of the Day — Sixth Schedule.: New Clause. — (Provisions applicable in case of either House of Commons not being properly constituted.) ( 8 Nov 1920)

Mr Charles Carew: I entirely agree with this Clause. I look at it entirely from a common-sense point of view, and that is that the first thing the Government have to do is to restore, as far as they can, law and order in the South of Ireland. Until that is done there is no chance of the people having any voice which is not intimidated by Sinn Feiners in that part of the country. Therefore, I think the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy.: H.M.S. "empress of India" (Wreck). (14 Jul 1920)

Mr Charles Carew: asked the First Lord of the Admiralty whether he is aware of the losses sustained by fishermen as the result of wrecks being unbuoyed at the present time; and when he proposes to replace the light and bell-buoy to mark the wreck of H.M.S. "Empress of India?"

Oral Answers to Questions — Demobilisation.: Army in India. ( 6 Aug 1919)

Mr Charles Carew: 72. asked whether the 1st/4th Devons, who were sent out to India at the outbreak of the War, are now being split up into email parties and attached to other regiments; and whether this may unduly delay their return home, which has been so long promised?

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Bricks. (14 Apr 1919)

Mr Charles Carew: 94. asked the President of the Local Government Board whether, to prevent unemployment and to provide for future requirements, he will now be able to issue definite orders to manufacturers of best quality bricks, who otherwise will have to close down for want of orders owing to the slackness in the building trade?

Import Restrictions. (27 Mar 1919)

Mr Charles Carew: I had several telegrams this afternoon from paper mills, saying that mills were being shut down, and in view of the great unemployment through- out the country, I would ask the hon. Gentleman to say whether he cannot see his way to allow these restrictions to remain, at any rate, until September next. If that were done, it would remove a great deal of the grievances of the paper mills.

Oral Answers to Questions — Court-Martial Procedure.: Army Huts. (26 Mar 1919)

Mr Charles Carew: 68. asked the Secretary of State for War if there is any probability of parishes being able to obtain disused Army huts for reading and recreation rooms, as a war memorial, at a moderate price?

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies.: Slaughter of Calves. (12 Mar 1919)

Mr Charles Carew: 66. asked the Parliamentary Secretary whether he is aware of the increasing number of calves being slaughtered every week; and whether this will cause a serious danger to the future meat and milk supply of the country?

Oral Answers to Questions — Rabies (Devon and Cornwall). (19 Feb 1919)

Mr Charles Carew: 69. asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Agriculture whether the outbreak of rabies in Devon and Cornwall is now stamped out; whether there have been any fresh cases reported lately; if he will state the total number of cases to date; and whether he has any statement to make as to the way the muzzling order is being enforced?

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