All 7 results for speaker:Lieut-Colonel Hon. Glyn Mason

Budget Disclosure Inquiry. (11 Jun 1936)

Lieut-Colonel Hon. Glyn Mason: I apologise to you, Sir, for using that unparliamentary word.

Budget Disclosure Inquiry. (11 Jun 1936)

Lieut-Colonel Hon. Glyn Mason: In deference to your Ruling, Sir, I withdraw the expression forthwith.

Orders of the Day — Fire Brigade Pensions Bill: New Clause. — (Pension and compensation not payable for same injury.) (19 Jun 1925)

Lieut-Colonel Hon. Glyn Mason: I beg to move, "That the Clause be read a Second time." The object of this new Clause is to amplify the provisions contained in Subsection (7) of Clause 22, which provides that compensation shall not be payable under the Workmen's Compensation Acts to any fireman or his dependant who receives a pension under the present Bill. But in addition to the Workmen's Compensation Acts there are two...

Orders of the Day — Fire Brigade Pensions Bill: Clause 1. — (Compulsory retirement.) (19 Jun 1925)

Lieut-Colonel Hon. Glyn Mason: I beg to second the Amendment.

Orders of the Day — Fire Brigade Pensions Bill: Clause 5. — (Service to be reckoned for pension.) (19 Jun 1925)

Lieut-Colonel Hon. Glyn Mason: I beg to second the Amendment.

Orders of the Day — Fire Brigade Pensions Bill: Clause 5. — (Service to be reckoned for pension.) (19 Jun 1925)

Lieut-Colonel Hon. Glyn Mason: I beg to move, in page 4, line 10, after the word, "brigade," to insert the words, "with the approval of the local authority." A certificate has to be signed by the chief officer of the brigade at the conclusion of a man's service to certify that he is a suitable person to be pensioned. That is all right in the case of big brigades where the chief officer is a man of seniority and...


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