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Oral Answers to Questions — Demobilisation.: Under-Age Soldiers. (11 Mar 1919)

Mr Charles Jesson: ...an application for the demobilisation of Private J. W. Westmuckett, No. 93394, Royal Army Medical Corps, 19th General Hospital, Alexandria, Egypt; if he is aware that Private Westmuckett left school just before his sixteenth birthday, in September, 1914, to join the Army, giving his age as about eighteen; that he was at Gallipoli and other centres of war; whether he is aware that his...

Oral Answers to Questions — War Hospital, Grosvenor Road, Belfast. (11 Mar 1919)

Mr Thomas Moles: ...called to the fact that a sewing maid at the War Hospital, Grosvenor Road, Belfast, is only paid at the rate of 18s. per week, out of which sum she has to maintain herself and her son, a lad of school age; and whether, as charwomen are paid at a rate of 23s. to 25s. weekly, steps will at once be taken to see that this woman is paid a living wage, as suggested by the local Children Act...

Oral Answers to Questions — Economic Situation (Educational Propaganda). (11 Mar 1919)

Oral Answers to Questions — Economic Situation (Educational Propaganda).

Orders of the Day — Increase of Rent Bill.: Clause 2. — (Limited Power of Increasing Rents During the Extended Period.) (11 Mar 1919)

Sir John Marriott: I am in some difficulty in regard to this matter, because I have put a manuscript Amendment on the Paper in which I really expected the support of the President of the Board of Education after the speech to which he has treated the House this afternoon. I am glad to see that he has returned to the House, and I hope that on this Amendment he will give the House some of that correspondence...

Orders of the Day — Increase of Rent Bill.: Clause 3. — (Limited Power of Increasing Rate of Mortgage Interest.) (11 Mar 1919)

...the in crease which is given in the rate of mortgage interest equally covers these mortgages unless an exception is made. As I understand the position, from what the President of the Board of Education has said, naturally the building societies of the country will say, "Why should mortgages in respect of which we have entered into arrangements be treated in any different manner than the...

Orders of the Day — Increase of Rent Bill.: Clause 4. — (Extension of Principal Act to Higher-rented Houses.) (11 Mar 1919)

Mr Philip Lloyd-Greame: ...more than the economic rents. The argument was also raised that it is unfair to do this because it will affect private enterprise and throw the burden on to the State. The President of the Board of Education particularly guarded himself in that respect because he has excluded from the operation of the present Bill any houses which are now being constructed or may hereafter be constructed....

Orders of the Day — Increase of Rent Bill.: Clause 6. — (Minor Amendments of the Principal Act.) (11 Mar 1919)

Mr Gordon Hewart: May I be allowed to add that I thought that the statement of the President of the Board of Education was very clear and very conclusive. But I have listened since then to the speech of my right hon. Friend (Mr. Adamson) and I shall be perfectly willing to consider this matter before Report.

Oral Answers to Questions — Demobilisation.: Naval Schoolmasters. (12 Mar 1919)

Sir Clement Kinloch-Cooke: ...Lord of the Admiralty whether he is aware that students and teachers in Group 43, who have been employed as temporary naval schoolmasters, have not yet been released; and whether, in view of the educational reconstruction which is now proceeding, he can see his way to bring about their demobilisation at the earliest possible moment?

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies.: British Cheese. (12 Mar 1919)

...that season of the year during which milk is produced in excess of what is required for direct consumption purposes. The answer to the last part of the question is that the Board encourage county education authorities by means of special grants and other provisions to provide practical instruction in the art of cheese making through travelling and co-operative cheese schools.

Supply. — [4TH Allotted Day.]: MR. Long's Statement. (12 Mar 1919)

Mr George Lambert: ...of the British Empire in naval matters. I come now to a point that has been exciting my mind for some time, that is the future officers of the British Navy. I am one of these who hold that the education at Osborne and Dartmouth is probably the finest in the world, but it costs the parents about £120 a year. It costs the State £200 per year; it costs every parent who sends a boy to...

Oral Answers to Questions — Naval and Military Pensions and Grants.: Financial Assistance (Special Hardship). (13 Mar 1919)

Mr George Wardle: ...are: Rent, interest, and instalments payable in respect of loans (including mortgages), instalments for the purchase of house, business premises, or furniture, taxes, rates, insurance premiums, and school fees. In lieu of assistance in respect of the obligations mentioned above, it will be within the discretion of the Civil Liabilities Department to give assistance towards the purchase of...

Oral Answers to Questions — Income Tax.: Mining Industry (Scholarships). (13 Mar 1919)

Sir Park Goff: 17. asked the President of the Board of Education what special opportunities are offered to the sons of miners to acquire that higher knowledge which will enable them to take superior posts in the mining industry; and if he can indicate what proportion of the boys now enjoying scholarships in the Royal School of Mines are the sons of actual miners?

Oral Answers to Questions — Food Supplies.: Currants. (13 Mar 1919)

Captain George Ramsden: 91. asked the Food Controller whether he is aware of the difficulties of catering for school treats and similar functions, more especially at Whitsuntide, owing to the shortage of currants; and whether a special ration can be issued for this purpose?

Orders of the Day — Major-General Seely's Statement. (13 Mar 1919)

Lord Hugh Cecil: ...ill served in all the staff part of its work. Nevertheless, that must be a temporary expedient until you have trained up genuine flying officers and taught them staff work by proper training and education. Therefore, the great problem in the Air Service is the future training of the air officer. I do earnestly hope that every air officer in the future, whether administrative officer...

Orders of the Day — Increase of Rent Bill.: Clause 6. — (Minor Amendments of the Principal Act.) (14 Mar 1919)

Mr Gordon Hewart: This proposal was moved in Committee in the very same words as those which are now employed, and it was dealt with very fully by my right hon. Friend the Minister for Education. It is quite true that he said he would consider the matter further before Report, but upon that further consideration I am bound to say that the objections to this proposal appeared even stronger than they did in...

Orders of the Day — Increase of Rent Bill.: Clause. — (Application of Act to Scotland.) (14 Mar 1919)

Mr James Rowlands: ...and we should have liked a little more than we have got. I desire to thank the two right hon. Gentlemen who have had charge of the Bill. We are used to the urbanity and kindness of the Minister for Education in connection with any measure of which he has charge. They have listened with due consideration to the cases which have been put from various quarters of the House, and on the whole...

Orders of the Day — Ministry of Ways and Communications Bill.: Unified Transportation Control. (17 Mar 1919)

Sir Eric Geddes: ...new industries, and to push the industries of the district. Railways have actually sent literature and canvassers abroad, purely and solely in the interests of the district. They have gone in for education on agricultural matters. They have sent round agricultural trains with trained lecturers; they have endeavoured to promote dairy farming and poultry farming. Everything that makes for...


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