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Salvation Army Bill. (19 Feb 1931)

Mr Francis Smith: With great respect, is it not within the memory of hon. Members that where it has been pointed out to you that an unfortunate misunderstanding has arisen you have on other occasions allowed the Question to be re-put in order that no doubt might arise?

Salvation Army Bill. (19 Feb 1931)

Mr Francis Smith: In view of the fact that a misunderstanding did arise, is there no way in which you can give Members of this House an opportunity to exercise their right in raising objections to the matter under review?

Salvation Army Bill. (19 Feb 1931)

Mr Francis Smith: In reply to the hon. Member, I may say that I not only watched and prayed, but I spoke also. May I ask whether it is reasonable for the hon. Member to take advantage of the situation in order to satisfy his own opinion?

Private Business.: Salvation Army Bill. (18 Feb 1931)

Mr Francis Smith: I object.

Private Business.: Salvation Army Bill. (18 Feb 1931)

Mr Francis Smith: On a point of Order. With great respect, Sir, I can assure you that objection was taken here by hon. Members, whether it reached the Chair or not, and I would appeal to you, in view of the circumstances, to accept that assurance.

Oral Answers to Questions — Motoring Accident, Chelsea. ( 4 Dec 1930)

Mr Francis Smith: 43. asked the Home Secretary whether his attention has been drawn to a fatal accident which occurred at Chelsea on 12th November, caused by a woman driving a motor ear; and whether, in view of the evidence given and the circumstances revealed at the inquest on 15th November, it is intended to institute proceedings against those concerned?

Oral Answers to Questions — Police.: Ex-Constable J. Allsopp. (13 Feb 1930)

Mr Francis Smith: 24. asked the Home Secretary whether, with regard to ex-Constable J. Allsopp, ate of the Metropolitan Police Force, who was required to resign as an alternative to dismissal by Admiral Royds, president of the disciplinary board at New Scotland Yard, and was subsequently reinstated in the service on full pay, he will say whether the charges which, in the first instance, were the cause of his...

Oral Answers to Questions — Police.: Ex-Constable J. Allsopp. (13 Feb 1930)

Mr Francis Smith: If the certificate of conduct is marked generally good, is not that rather inconsistent with a request to resign or a dismissal?

Oral Answers to Questions — Palestine.: Prosecutions. (12 Feb 1930)

Mr Francis Smith: 44. asked the Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies whether he is aware that cases have occurred in which the Attorney-General of Palestine has instituted proceedings in cases previously dealt with and dismissed by the courts in Palestine; will he give a list of the cases in which this power has been exercised and with what result; under what ordinance such action has been taken; and if...

Oral Answers to Questions — Palestine.: Prosecutions. (12 Feb 1930)

Mr Francis Smith: I have not asked a question concerning cases that have been committed for trial, but as to cases which have been more than once dismissed and in one particular instance after a lapse of 12 months?

Orders of the Day — Canal Boats Bill. (31 Jan 1930)

Mr Francis Smith: What about Eton and Harrow?

Oral Answers to Questions — Palestine.: Inquiry and Situation. (18 Dec 1929)

Mr Francis Smith: 34. asked the Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies if he can say whether the commission of inquiry sent to Palestine is likely to complete its investigations into the causes of the recent happenings in that country in time for its Report to be presented to the House before the Christmas adjournment; whether he is satisfied that the local administration in Palestine is now capable of...

Oral Answers to Questions — Palestine.: Inquiry and Situation. (18 Dec 1929)

Mr Francis Smith: Has the hon. Gentleman any information concerning the reported trouble and violence at a place called Mestha, near Mount Tabor, and will he kindly make inquiries about it?

Orders of the Day — Colonial Development Bill. (19 Jul 1929)

Mr Francis Smith: I wish to raise the point as to cases where no standard rate of wages is observed. That is the case in many of these Colonies or Dependencies, and I wish to know if the Department will assure themselves in such cases that the wages paid are sufficient and proper.


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