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Oral Answers to Questions — Egypt.: British Protectorate Courts (English Language). (18 Mar 1919)

Mr Thomas Inskip: ...the Sultan of Egypt, on 10th January, 1919, and published in "La Bourse Egyptienne" on 6th February, 1919, and also in "La Gazette des Tribunaux," in which he refers to the objections of the mixed Bar to the proposed use of the English language in the Courts of the British Protectorate of Egypt, and seeks to reassure the mixed Bar on this point, and expresses a hope that no preference will...

Orders of the Day — Notices of Motion.: Ministry of Ways and Communications Bill. (18 Mar 1919)

Mr Ralph Hudson: ...with ports. When I first joined the harbour board in Sunderland, sometimes vessels of 1,000 tons could get to sea and sometimes they could not. We had at the outside 3 feet of water on the bar at low-water spring tide. We set to work and ran out two piers some 1,000 ft. long, and, as a result, before the War we had 18 ft. of water at low-water spring tide. But for the port being...

Oral Answers to Questions — Mussel-Cleansing Tanks (Bar-Mouth and Aberdovey). (19 Mar 1919)

Oral Answers to Questions — Mussel-Cleansing Tanks (Bar-Mouth and Aberdovey).

Local Government (Ireland) Bill. (24 Mar 1919)

...for Waterford, the late Mr. John Redmond, made an eloquent speech in favour of the Bill. Perhaps I may read to the House his last few words: No man's politics or religion should be allowed to be a bar to him if he desires to serve his country on one of the new bodies.… The almost impassable gulf that separated groups and parties would (continued Mr. Redmond) be for the first time bridged...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education.: "government Ale." (27 Mar 1919)

Sir J. D. REES: 27. asked the Food Controller if he will state when the low-gravity beer known as Government ale will be abolished?

Oral Answers to Questions — Income Tax.: Constitution and Terms of Reference. (27 Mar 1919)

Mr Godfrey Locker-Lampson: Can my right hon. Friend tell the House to-day whether this Commission is to be a bar to any alteration, in the meantime, to the Income Tax law?

Orders of the Day — Nurses' Registration Bill. (28 Mar 1919)

Sir Charles Lyle: ...thermometer in the house, but he said there was a barometer hanging up in the hall, so I took that and put it on his chest. When I took it off it read, 'Very dry,' so I gave him a couple of pints of beer and he has gone off to work." I do not suggest that as a "tip" to hon. Gentlemen who are members of the medical profession as to how they should treat influenza. I mention it merely to...

Orders of the Day — Notices of Motion.: Clause 15. — (Unauthorised Use of Decorations, etc.) ( 2 Apr 1919)

Major-General Sir Ivor Philipps: .... He has his discharge certificate. His character is good. Miss Somebody or other behind the counter has to consider, Did he get the War medal or not? Did he get the Military Medal? Did he get a Bar? It is ludicrous to suggest such a thing. Call for any man's discharge cer- tificate and see if there is entered upon it anything to show that the man has the War medal.

Indemnities. ( 2 Apr 1919)

Colonel Claude Lowther: ...let us forget that even then we were dealing with a subtle, cunning, crafty race, who for years have been looking upon British ascendancy in commerce and British supremacy upon the sea as the only bar to their unbridled ambitions. If we allow Germany the chance of completely recuperating, if we allow our pity and sentiment to run riot, as sure as I stand here that country will never rest...

Oral Answers to Questions — Peace Celebrations.: Entertainments Duty. ( 3 Apr 1919)

...gallant Friend, but that on review of all circumstances connected with these shows they are prepared for the future not to regard the inclusion of a horse-jumping competition in the proceedings as a bar to exemption in the case of a bonâ fide agricultural show, provided that the competition is a purely subsidiary part of the show and that the show is entitled to exemption from tax in all...

Supply. — [7TH Allotted Day.]: Chief Secretary for Ireland. ( 3 Apr 1919)

Mr Ronald McNeill: ...entirely obsolete. Then he quoted the "Times" newspaper. The "Times" newspaper having apparently pronounced the dictum that "We are all Home Rulers now," the hon. Gentleman thinks that all is over bar the shouting. That is where my hon. Friend's great faculty for arrangement comes in, because, though he quoted that part of the "Times" article which said "We are all Home Rulers now," he was...

Orders of the Day — Women's Emancipation Bill. ( 4 Apr 1919)

Captain John Watson: ...of women. I am myself a member of the legal profession, and I have never been able to see any good and valid reason why women should not be able to practise either as solicitors or as members of the Bar. As we all know, women for many years have been admitted into the medical profession; they have done most eminent and estimable work there, and I have no doubt at all that in due course...

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

Mr Edmund Royds: ...trusts, and, in my opinion, it is very necessary, in the interest of these societies as well as in the interests of individual builders, that these taxes should be repealed; otherwise they will be a bar to the development of land not only by individuals, but by the societies. The second remedy I propose is this. Under Part III. of this Bill the Small Dwellings Acquisition Act is improved....

Pensions for Mothers. ( 8 Apr 1919)

Mr Anderson Barlow: ...bringing up their children, and that the old stories of the defence in many slaughter cases, "Oh, well, we gave it the best we had; we gave it what we had ourselves; we gave it a little of father's beer, and so on," and the ignorance which that kind of statement exhibited and which was quite common in the Police Courts some years ago can no longer exist. I have been long enough in public...

Orders of the Day — Acquisition of Land Bill. (10 Apr 1919)

Sir Francis Acland: ...authorities, and again our present procedure is an anachronism. The procedure is often by private Bill legislation. It is very popular in certain circles. It is very popular with the Parliamentary Bar and with certain officials of local authorities who have an annual trip to London at a time of year when the local authorities are engaged in putting through some proposal under the procedure...

Land Settlement (Facilities) Bill. (14 Apr 1919)

.... I, not unnaturally, do not take that view myself. I say this, speaking for agricultural landowners, that I do not think they have any need to come to this House and stand in a white sheet at the Bar. Again, speaking so far as I can as one of them, I can say that they will be willing to do their utmost to help the hon. Gentleman in charge of this Bill to further the schemes and to put...

Orders of the Day — Revenue 1918–19. (30 Apr 1919)

Mr Austen Chamberlain: ...contributed to that surplus. Tobacco was up £5,750,000, spirits were up £3,000,000, tea showed an excess over the estimate of over £2,000,000, and the Entertainment Tax contributed £1,500,000. Beer showed a small deficit compared with the estimate. Of the other items on the Revenue side I need only mention, the Miscellaneous Revenue, which contributes £37,000,000 out of a total excess...

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