Results 1541–1546 of 1546 for fireworks

Orders of the Day — India. (11 Mar 1924)

Mr George Lansbury: ...individual belonging to the Jatha or any follower carried any firearms. The false report in this connection originated from the fact that the procession of Alkalis was accompanied by exhibition fireworks, as is the case with all such processions. The noise of the fireworks was construed by the authorities to have been rifle or gun fire. Although the crowd and the Jatha was absolutely...

Orders of the Day — Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) Bill.: Mining Industry (Conditions and Wages). (13 Dec 1922)

Mr Thomas Duffy: ...would have been possible to have spent that money on something better than battleships, but if the nation is so well off, if your Exchequer is so exuberant that it can afford to indulge in costly fireworks of that character, then I suggest that they ought to be English fireworks. I think there ought to be some stipulation that the ship-plates and steel used in the manufacture of those...

Genoa Conference.: Great Results Already from Genoa. (25 May 1922)

...set to work by the subterranean methods, of which he is master in international politics as well as in domestic politics, to undermine a settlement. The right hon. Gentleman has let off some of his fireworks to produce a smokescreen to cover his very precipitate retreat. The right hon. Gentleman may think that he has performed a greater service to himself by this little display to-night...

Orders of the Day — King's Speech.: Unemployment. (17 Feb 1921)

Mr Robert Richardson: Fireworks!

Civil Services and Revenue Departments Estimates. 1920–21 [Vote on Account].: High Prices. (15 Mar 1920)

Lieut.-Colonel JOHN WARD: This Debate has not been remarkable, and after all that is usually what happens. If one had read the "Times" and the "Daily News" he would have imagined we were in for fireworks to-day, that the Government were to be put on their trial, and that we were going to have demonstrated by the right hon. Gentleman the Member for Paisley the way in which it is possible to...

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