All 2 results for speaker:Mr William Pease

Oral Answers to Questions — Ex-Service Men.: Tuberculosis (Village Settlements). ( 2 Aug 1923)

Mr William Pease: 52. asked the Prime Minister whether the Government have decided to give any, and, if so, what, financial assistance to village settlements for tuberculous ex-service men?

Orders of the Day — HOUSING, Etc. (No. 2) BILL. (25 Apr 1923)

Mr William Pease: In venturing to address the House for the first time, I do not pose in any way whatever as an authority on house building, but merely as an individual who, more by force of circumstances than anything else, has been forced into the position of being responsible, or partly responsible, for building many hundreds of houses. I may say that I have been connected with house building and building...


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