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Oral Answers to Questions — Ireland.: Medical and Dental Treatment (Expenditure). ( 7 Apr 1919)

Hon. Charles Craig: 99. asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland the amount of money expended on the medical and dental inspection and treatment of Irish national school children for each of the years for which a Vote for that purpose has been given, and the amount of the Vote which has been returned each year to the Exchequer because local equivalents cannot be raised in Ireland?

Orders of the Day — Statement by DR. Addison. ( 7 Apr 1919)

Mr James Kidd: ...among the local shopkeepers. The property itself was put up under public sanction and public supervision, and once erected from the assessments derived from the property were maintained our education and various forms of local government. Therefore property, so far from being attacked, should have received all the favour which the Government could show any investment. I am aware, of...

Education (Scotland — Superannuation) [Payments]. ( 7 Apr 1919)

Education (Scotland — Superannuation) [Payments].

Oral Answers to Questions — Prisoners of War.: German Pamphlet. ( 8 Apr 1919)

Mr Horatio Bottomley: ...that they entered the old Empire of Germany and left the new Republic, the newest and the freest land in the world, and that they saw so little of Germany's arts, sciences, model cities, theatres, schools, industries, social institutions, scenery, and the real soul of her people, akin in so many things to that of Great Britain; and whether he will take steps to see that similar pamphlets...

Oral Answers to Questions — India.: Education (Scotland) (Superannuation) Bill. ( 8 Apr 1919)

Education (Scotland) (Superannuation) Bill.

Orders of the Day — Housing and Town Planning Bill. ( 8 Apr 1919)

Mr John Walters: ...while financial assistance lasts. I hope we shall not be narrow minded. We do not want the shibboleths of any party. We do not want to be the slaves of any pedantic doctrines of the old Manchester school of politics. We do not want to be tied up by any opinion that we must get an economic rent. It is equally shallow and equally narrow to run to the other extreme and say we will not have...

Pensions for Mothers. ( 8 Apr 1919)

...to the best of her ability to maintain her children, denying herself all the luxuries of life and sometimes the necessaries of life. Two of the children won scholarships to a higher-grade school, but the mother's health, owing to the privations which she had undergone, broke down, and they had to be taken away from school and sent out to work to enable the mother to get nourishment and to...

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy.: Keyham College. ( 9 Apr 1919)

Viscount Curzon: 17. asked if any decision has been arrived at with regard to Keyham College; and if it is proposed to continue the entry of public school cadets into the Royal Navy?

Oral Answers to Questions — Out-of-Work Donation.: Warrington Labour Exchange. ( 9 Apr 1919)

Colonel THORNE: 31 and 32. asked the Minister of Labour (1) if the Labour Exchange officer at Warrington disallowed donation benefit to a young lady who was a Sunday-school teacher because she refused to undertake employment as a barmaid at the Lion Hotel, Warrington; if members of the Warrington Advisory Board and Court of Referees have entered an emphatic protest at donation benefit being...

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Health Bill.: Welsh Provisions. ( 9 Apr 1919)

Mr James Gould: ...of a resolution passed by the National Free Church Council of Wales, a conference representative of the medical profession of South Wales and Monmouthshire, a conference representative of the Welsh educational authorities in Wales, and from associations of Welsh approved societies in Wales, expressing dissatisfaction with the Welsh provisions in the Ministry of Health Bill; and whether, in...

Bill Presented. ( 9 Apr 1919)

BOARD OF EDUCATION SCHEME (CROSSLEY AND PORTER ORPHAN HOME AND SCHOOL) CONFIRMATION BILL,—"to confirm a Scheme approved and certified by the Board of Education under the Charitable Trusts Act, 1853, relating to the Crossley and Porter Orphan Home and School," presented by Mr. HERBERT LEWIS; supported by Mr. Fisher, Mr. Whitley, Mr. James Parker, and Mr. Ramsden; to be read a second time...

Clause 2. — (General Powers and Duties of Minister in Relation to Health.) ( 9 Apr 1919)

Mr Gershom Stewart: ...on this subject, if there is any, being by Act of Parliament. 4.0 P.M. In days gone by we were debarred from dealing with this subject by a general feeling of modesty, but the War has been a great educator in this as in other matters, and the question of notification is now well known to five or six million of men who served in the forces, and through them to a very large number of the...

Clause 3. — (Transfer of Powers and Duties to and from Minister.) ( 9 Apr 1919)

...— (a) all the powers and duties of the Local Government Board;(b) all the powers and duties of the Insurance Commissioners and the Welsh Insurance Commissioners;(c) all the powers of the Board of Education with respect to attending to the health of expectant mothers and nursing mothers and of children who have not attained the age of five years and are not in attendance at schools...

Clause 4. — (Consultative Councils.) ( 9 Apr 1919)

Mr Samuel Hoare: ...number of consultative councils to assist in the administration of its provision. They will be on the analogy of other councils already set up—for instance, by the Board of Trade and the Board of Education—and we were given to understand in Committee that there would certainly be three and probably four of these councils. There will be one composed chiefly of members of the medical...

Clause 5. — (Provisions as to Wales.) ( 9 Apr 1919)

Mr James Seddon: ...the Welsh Churches representing South Wales and Monmouth—no small part of the Principality, also passed condemnatory resolutions. In addition, I find the National Council, representing the Welsh educational committees, at a meeting in Cardiff, also passed condemnatory resolutions. I may be told that the Minister has entered into a bargain with the represen- tatives from Wales, but I deny...

Russia.: Bolshevik Government (Recognition). ( 9 Apr 1919)

Sir Charles Edwards: ...him, the evidence and the names of the witnesses, who can be seen, of a further incident characteristic of this Bolshevik regime. It is the case of where the Bolshevik soldiers went into a high school in a certain town. Six or seven days afterwards loyalist Russians went in, and when they went into the schoolroom they found on first appearance that the boys and girls there were sitting at...

Oral Answers to Questions — Higher Education (Service Men). (10 Apr 1919)

Oral Answers to Questions — Higher Education (Service Men).

Oral Answers to Questions — Education Rate. (10 Apr 1919)

Oral Answers to Questions — Education Rate.

Business of the House. (10 Apr 1919)

Lord Edmund Talbot: ...) Bill—Second Reading; Scottish Board of Health Bill—As amended, to be considered; Public Health (Medical Treatment of Children) (Ireland) Bill—As amended, to be considered; and the Education (Scotland) (Superannuation) Bill—As amended, to be considered. We also propose to take the Financial Resolution on Order 6, Housing, Town Planning, etc.


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