Results 15601–15620 of 19452 for penny

Civil Estimates and Supplementary Estimates, 1934.: Class V. (26 Jul 1934)

...) Johnstor, J. W. (Clackmannan) Pearson, William G. Soper, Richard Jones, Sir G. W. H. (Stoke New'gton) Peat, Charles U. Sotheron-Estcourt, Captain T. E. Kerr, Lieut.-Col. Charles (Montrose) Penny, Sir George Spears, Brigadier-General Edward L. Kerr, Hamilton W. Perkins, Walter R. D. Spencer, Captain Richard A. Lamb, Sir Joseph Quinton Petherick, M. Spender-Clay, Rt. Hon. Herbert H....

Civil Estimates and Supplementary Estimates, 1934.: Class Vi. (26 Jul 1934)

...M. Salmon, Sir Isidore Sugden, Sir Wilfrid Hart Pearson, William G. Samuel, Sir Arthur Michael (F'nham) Summersby, Charles H. Peat, Charles U. Sandeman, Sir A. N. Stewart Sutcliffe, Harold Penny, Sir George Sanderson, Sir Frank Barnard Templeton, William P. Perkins, Walter R. D. Scone, Lord Thomas, James P. L. (Hereford) Petherick, M. Selley, Harry R. Thompson, Sir Luke Powell,...

Civil Estimates and Supplementary Estimates, 1934.: Road Traffic Bill. (26 Jul 1934)

...Donald Leckie, J. A. Patrick, Colin M. Soper, Richard Leech, Dr. J. W. Pearson, William G. Stanley, Rt. Hon. Lord (Fylde) Leighton, Major B. E. P. Peat, Charles U. Stones, James Levy, Thomas Penny, Sir George Strauss, Edward A. Lindsay, Noel Ker Petherick, M. Sugden, Sir Wilfrid Hart Lockwood, John C. (Hackney, C.) Powell, Lieut.-Col. Evelyn G. H. Sutcliffe, Harold Loder, Captain J....

Civil Estimates and Supplementary Estimates, 1934.: Clause 1. — (General speed limit of thirty miles per hour in bwilt-up areas.) (26 Jul 1934)

...Parkinson, John Allen Sutcliffe, Harold Loftus, Pierce C. Patrick, Colin M. Templeton, William P. Lumley, Captain Lawrence R. Pearson, William G. Thomas, James P. L. (Hereford) Mabane, William Penny, Sir George Thomson, Sir Frederick Charles MacAndrew. Lieut.-Col. C. G. (Partick) Petherick, M. Tinker, John Joseph MacAndrew, Capt. J. O. (Ayr) Power, Sir John Cecil Touche, Gordon Cosmo...

Civil Estimates and Supplementary Estimates, 1934.: Clause 4. — (Exceeding speed limits and careless driving — endorsement of licence and disqualification.) (26 Jul 1934)

.... John V. Heligers, Captain F. F. A. Orr Ewing, I. L. Herbert, Major J. A. (Monmouth) Palmer, Francis Noel TELLERS FOR THE NOES.— Hope, Capt. Hon. A. O. J. (Aston) Pearson, William G. Sir George Penny and Mr. Blindell. Hore-Belisha, Leslie Petherick, M. Horsbrugh, Florence Power, Sir John Cecil Question put, and agreed to.

Civil Estimates and Supplementary Estimates, 1934.: New Clause C. — (Prohibition of sale of vehicles in, or alteration thereof to, a condition not complying with regulations as to construction, etc.) (26 Jul 1934)

...C. Morrison Palmer, Francis Noel TELLERS FOR THE AYES.— Hannon, Patrick Joseph Henry Pearson, William G. Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Lambert Ward and Major George Davies. Haslam, Henry (Horncastle) Penny, Sir George NOES. Baldwin-Webb, Colonel J. Grenfell, David Rees (Glamorgan) Milner, Major James Brass, Captain Sir William Hunter, Capt. M. J. (Brigg) Moore-Brabazon, Lieut.-Col. J....

Civil Estimates, and Estimates for Revenue Departments, and Supplementary Estimates, 1934.: Supply. (25 Jul 1934)

Sir Basil Peto: ...the competition of Japan in industrial matters and the competition of China in agricultural products. For liquid eggs, of which we hear so much, I am told that the Chinese peasant is paid only one penny per dozen. He works all day on his poultry farm to produce eggs at one penny per dozen to go down to the factory at Shanghai, where they are sterilised and put in tins and sent here. In the...

Civil Estimates, and Estimates for Revenue Departments, and Supplementary Estimates, 1934.: Navy Estimates, 1934. (25 Jul 1934)

...Noel Dawson, Sir Philip Howard, Tom Fo[...]te Patrick, Colin M. Rutherford, John (Edmonton) Sutcliffe, Harold Pearson. William G. Rutherford, Sir John Hugo (Liverp'l) Templeton, William P. Penny, Sir George Salmon, Sir Isidore Thomas, James P. L. (Hereford) Perkins, Walter R. D. Samuel, Sir Arthur Michael (F'nham) Thompson, Sir Luke Petherick, M. Sandeman, Sir A. N. Stewart...

Civil Estimates, and Estimates for Revenue Departments, and Supplementary Estimates, 1934.: Army Estimates, 1934. (25 Jul 1934)

...V. Shaw, Captain William T. (Forfar) Thompson, Sir Luke Shepperson, Sir Ernest W. Thomson, Sir Frederick Charles TELLERS FOR THE AYES.— Shute, Colonel J. J. Thorp, Linton Theodore Sir George Penny and Mr. Blindell. NOES. Adams, D. M. (Poplar, South) Griffiths, T. (Monmouth, Pontypool) Maxton, James Attlee, Clement Richard Grundy, Thomas W. Milner, Major James Banfield, John...

Civil Estimates, and Estimates for Revenue Departments, and Supplementary Estimates, 1934.: Air Estimates, 1934. (25 Jul 1934)

... Davies, Edward C. (Montgomery) Hornby, Frank Patrick, Colin M. Davies, Maj. Geo. F. (Somerset, Yeovil) Horsbrugh, Florence Pearson, William G. Davison, Sir William Henry Howard, Tom Forrest Penny, Sir George Dawson, Sir Philip Howitt, Dr. Alfred B. Perkins, Walter R. D. Denman, Hon. R. D. Hudson, Capt. A. U. M. (Hackney, N.) Petherick. M. Denville, Alfred Hudson. Robert Spear...

Orders of the Day — Cattle Industry (Emergenc Provisions) Bill. (24 Jul 1934)

Mr Rhys Davies: ...£100,000 then they would have saved tens of thousands of old folk their contributory old age pension at 65. When we pleaded for £100,000 for the old working folk of this land we were told that there was not a penny in the coffer, but when the Farmers' Union come along they can obtain £3,000,000 within a few months in connection with this beef subsidy. Therefore, we are...

Business of the House. (23 Jul 1934)

..., Sir F. Fergus (C'mb'rl'd, N.) Orr Ewing, I. L. TELLERS FOR THE AYES.— Granvllle, Edgar Patrick, Colin M. Sir Frederick Thomson and Sir Grattan-Doyle, Sir Nicholas Pearson, William G. George Penny. Graves, Marjorie Petherlck, M. NOES. Adams, D. M. (Poplar, South) Foot, Dingle (Dundee) Logan, David Gilbert Attlee, Clement Richard Foot, Isaac (Cornwall, Bodmin) Lunn, William...

Orders of the Day — Cattle Industry (Emergency Provisions) Bill.: Clause 1. — (Establishment of, and payments to, Cattle Fund.) (23 Jul 1934)

Division No. 343.] AYES. [4.28 p.m. Acland-Troyte, Lieut.-Colonel Gower, Sir Robert Pearson, William G. Agnew, Lieut.-Com. p. G. Graham, Sir F. Fergus (C'mb'rld, N.) Penny, Sir George Alien, Lt.-Col. J. Sandeman (B'k'nh'd.) Granville, Edgar Percy, Lord Eustace Anstruther-Gray, W. J. Grattan-Doyle, Sir Nicholas Petherick, M. Applin, Lieut.-Col. Reginald V. K. Grimston, R. V. Peto,...

Orders of the Day — Cattle Industry (Emergency Provisions) Bill.: Clause 2. — (Payments out of Cattle Fund to producers of cattle.) (23 Jul 1934)

...Sir Gerald R. Remer, John R. TELLERS FOR THE NOES.— Inskip, Rt. Hon. Sir Thomas W. H. Ropner, Colonel L. Captain Sir George Bowyer and Jackson, Sir Henry (Wandsworth, c.) Rosbotham, Sir Thomas Sir George Penny.

Business of the House. (19 Jul 1934)

..., Captain W. F. Rutherford. John (Edmonton) Stuart, Lord C. Crichton- TELLERS FOR THE AYES.— Salmon, Sir Isidore Sueter, Rear.Admiral Sir Murray F. Sir Frederick Thomson and Sir George Penny. NOES Attlee, Clement Richard Harris, Sir Percy Maxton, James Banfiefd, John William Healy, Cahir Paling, wllfre[...] Batey, Joseph Holdsworth, Herbert Rea, Walter Russell Buchanan,...

Orders of the Day — Cattle Industry (Emergency Provisions) Bill. (19 Jul 1934)

Sir Stafford Cripps: ...intended for the producer, the man who tends the cattle and does the operations necessary to get the meat on to the market. He is the man whom we have to encourage, and we do not believe one penny of this £3,000,000 will get to that man at all. Some part of it no doubt will get to the farmers, of whom some will be working farmers, who will benefit very materially from the money they...

Private Business.: Cattle Industry (Emergency Provisions) Bill. (19 Jul 1934)

Mr Ernest Shepperson: ...of the hon. Member has stated that meat is being sold to-day at ls. 4d. a pound when the producer is getting only seven-pence. There is ample margin between the seven-pence and the ls. 4d. for that penny levy to be paid without raising in the least the price paid for meat by the consumer.

Civil Estimates and Supplementary Estimate, 1934.: Department of Health for Scotland. (18 Jul 1934)

Mr John McGovern: ...in order to defend the life and limb of the people who have contributed their all and have helped to create the wealth which others enjoy, it is given in a niggardly, cheeseparing fashion. Every penny is scrutinised and examined and put under a miscroscope before it is allowed to go through. The way to deal with the housing problem is to appoint a Minister and to say to him, "Your job,...

Civil Estimates and Supplementary Estimate, 1934.: Mines Department of the Board of Trade. (17 Jul 1934)

Mr Duncan Graham: ...a corresponding reduction in the number of persons employed. Not 500 per cent. certainly, but a very considerable reduction in the number of persons in each of these counties. There has not been a single penny put on the men's wages. If conditions go on as they are to-day, we shall very soon have no miners left. It will be an ordinary labourer's job, following the machine; the skilled work...

Civil Estimates and Supplementary Estimate, 1934.: Achievements of the National Government in Education. (17 Jul 1934)

Miss Eleanor Rathbone: ...not possibly be realised by a family with several children permanently on unemployment pay, or indeed even by an agricultural labourer or lowly paid town labourer, even if those persons spent every penny they drew on the bare necessities of life and spent every penny to the best possible advantage. Thus the figures of one of the best known, though by no means one of the highest estimates,...


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