Results 141–160 of 5000 for sewage

Orders of the Day — Town and Country Planning Bill. ( 2 Feb 1932)

Sir Jonah Smith: ...with regard to sewerage come before the Minister. The local authorities try-it is nothing but a try-on—to escape their statutory obligations to provide for the drainage and disposal of the sewage of their district. That matter comes before the Minister for his decision in a judicial capacity. Then comes cases of repudiation by local authorities of their financial responsibility. Just how...

Private Business.: Chester Corporation Bill, ( 4 Feb 1932)

...the Chester General Cemetery Company to the Mayor, Aldermen, and Citizens of the said city; to make further provision as to the reception and disposal by the said Mayor, Aldermen, and Citizens of sewage from areas adjacent to the city; and for other purposes," presented, and read the First time; and ordered to be read a Second time.

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Public Health Services. (12 Apr 1932)

Sir William Jenkins: ...area and one part- time medical officer, and they are unable to do anything because the charges upon them for loans and repayment of capital and interest are a very heavy burden. On sewers and sewage disposal only the rate is 2s. 9¾d. for repayment of capital and interest, and it means 6s. 7¼d. per head of the population. If we take the whole of their expenditure on loans under various...

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Skye and Western Isles (Loans). (21 Apr 1932)

Sir Archibald Sinclair: No, Sir. In the ordinary case of the Island croft the absence of gravitation water and sewage disposal systems renders it impracticable to include in the houses sanitary conveniences of the type common in the Lowlands. Where circumstances permit the adoption of these conveniences, the assistance given is similar in the Islands and the Lowlands.

Import Duties Act, 1932. ( 4 May 1932)

Mr Arthur Greenwood: ...straightforward methods, but victorious by the backstair methods of the last election. Their great policy is Pro- tection—crude Protection—the crudest of crude Protection. Tariffs are the crude sewage of Protectionist minds. Tariffs are the refuge of intellectual idlers. They do not touch the real economic problems of to-day. One of the great centres of controversy now is the iron and...

Orders of the Day — Town and Country Planning Bill.: Clause 52. — (Short title, commencement, and extent.) ( 6 Jun 1932)

Mr Henry Cautley: ...for aerodromes; 5 deals with preservation of trees and woodlands; 6 deals with prohibition, regulation and control of the deposit of waste material and refuse; 7 deals with sewerage, drainage, sewage disposal; 8 deals with lighting; 9 deals with water supply; 10 deals with ancillary or consequential works. I am not going to read them all. There is the disposal of land to the responsible...

Orders of the Day — Ways and Means. (20 Oct 1932)

Mr William Leonard: ...'s policy for the future, that, for example, in the second city of the Empire, Glasgow, the corporation have agreed to put into the Clyde, which is a tidal river, 38 million gallons of crude sewage every day. A tariff war is to be waged much more vigorously than it has been waged in the past. One of the chief negotiators at Ottawa, Mr. Bennett, made a pronouncement which has been given...

Orders of the Day — Expiring Laws Continuance Bill.: Doncaster Area Drainage Bill. ( 8 Dec 1932)

Mr Thomas Williams: this case where he is misrepresenting it, say, "Why should Leeds be called upon to pay a single penny towards the draining of land below Doncaster?" Almost every pint of water that is used for sewage or that descends from the heavens on to Sheffield and Doncaster finds its way into the river Don. Not a penny piece per annum would it cost the Ouse Catchment Board for draining purposes...

Orders of the Day — Hours of Employment (Limitation) Bill. ( 9 Dec 1932)

Mr Herbert Williams: I have taken part in the construction of a sewage system which takes the sewage out to sea, and do not let hon. Members think that they have a monopoly of experience of manual labour. The two speeches to which we have listened were thoroughly reactionary. The result of the Bill would be to degrade the standard of living in this country. I know that that is not the intention of the authors...

Orders of the Day — Housing (Financial Provisions) (Scotland) Bill. ( 9 Feb 1933)

Mr John Train: ...there were the present-day conveniences. If 30 or 40 years ago we had built houses with bathrooms and lavatories, what would the Clyde have been like? God knows it was bad enough before we got our sewage purification scheme put through. We ought to be able to recondition some of those houses. During the discussion on the English Bill I heard an hon. Member talking about reconditioning as...

Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.: Work Schemes. (16 Mar 1933)

Sir Walter Liddall: 46. asked the Prime Minister if he can state what scheme for an extension of electric lighting facilities or national water and sewage schemes have been considered by the committee of business men set up to advise the Government in these matters?

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland.: Sewage, Glasgow (Chemical Treatment). (21 Mar 1933)

Sewage, Glasgow (Chemical Treatment).

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Local Government. ( 8 May 1933)

Mr Thomas Levy: ...ago. I am sure the Ministry of Health was not surprised when this new epidemic occurred this year, but was only surprised that it had not occurred earlier. Dr. Vernon Shaw's Report stated that the sewage ran into the River Derwent, which runs through the city. It was not purified and the enteric germs also went into the river. I have here a large batch of authoritative letters from which I...

Message from the Lords. (18 May 1933)

...regard to the health, local government, and improvement of that borough; to provide for the revision of the terms upon which the said Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses shall receive and dispose of the sewage from certain areas adjacent to the said borough; to provide for the application of the balance of certain moneys subscribed during the Great War for purposes connected with that War; and...

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