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Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland.: London to Southend (Telephone Toll Exchange). (2 Aug 1923)

London to Southend (Telephone Toll Exchange).

Preamble (9 Jan 1924)

Captain Rupert Edward Cecil Lee Guinness, R.N.V.R., C B., C.M.G., commonly called Viscount Elveden, C.B., C.M.G., Borough of Southend-on-Sea.

Private Business. (13 Feb 1924)

Southend Water.

Orders of the Day — Private Business.: London, Midland and Scottish Railway Bill (by Order). (28 Feb 1924)

Hon. Rupert Guinness: Some time ago the Southend and Tilbury Railway was taken over by the Midland Company under all sorts of solemn pledges which have never yet been dealt with. Although the promoters of this Bill have been in possession of the property, and had no doubt the takings of this railway for the last 12 months, they have not up to the present taken any steps to obtain powers to deal with the promises...

Message from the Lords. (4 Jun 1924)

Also, a Bill, intituled, "An Act to authorise the Southend Waterworks Company to construct new works and to raise additional capital; and for other purposes." [Southend Water Bill [Lords.]

Orders of the Day — London Traffic Bill.: Clause 1. — (Constitution of Advisory Committee.) (16 Jun 1924)

Mr Harry Gosling: ...of the approaches by road to London. That is a question which lies at the heart of many traffic difficulties. Take some of the new arterial roads under construction. Twenty-two miles of the new Southend road lie almost entirely outside the Metropolitan police area, as does the whole of the new Purfleet-Tilbury road. The Barnet and Watford by-passes, which will greatly facilitate the...

Private Business. (17 Jun 1924)

...on the First Reading thereof, the Standing Orders not previously inquired into, which are applicable thereto, have been complied with, namely: London County Council (Lambeth Bridge) Bill [Lords] Southend Water Bill [Lords].Sutton Harbour Bill [Lords].Manchester Corporation Bill [Lords].

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy.: Naval Display, River Thames. (18 Jun 1924)

Lieut-Colonel Sir Assheton Pownall: Can facilities be given to Members of this House to see these ships as were given when the Fleet went to Southend in 1919?

Private Business. (23 Jun 1924)

Southend Water Bill [Lords],

Private Business. (24 Jun 1924)

Southend Water Bill [Lords] (by Order),

Private Business. (25 Jun 1924)

Southend Water Bill [Lords] (by Order),

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Ministry of Labour. (26 Jun 1924)

Mr Henry Charleton: .... They did not even give me hack my engine, but gave it to a man whom they called loyal. Goodwill is all right, but we must have it all round. Another friend of mine was injured between London and Southend driving an engine which was over 15 years old. He is walking about paralysed to-day, and he gets about half the amount of his wages. We, his fellow workers, are keeping him. He was...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: New Clause. — (Allowance for traveling expenses.) (8 Jul 1924)

Sir John Pennefather: ...people are compelled by force of circumstances to-day, to a degree which was not the case 25 or 30 years ago, to incur these travelling expenses. It is not a question of a man electing to live at Southend or at. Brighton and travel first class to the City of London. People of that kind have more than £500 a year, and they could not pay such railway fares under the limit of £20 which is...

SOUTHEND WATER BILL [Lords]. (18 Jul 1924)


Private Business. (25 Jul 1924)

Southend Water Bill [Lords],

Message from the Lords. (29 Jul 1924)

Southend Water Bill [Lords], without Amendment.

Orders of the Day — Royal Assent. (1 Aug 1924)

....26. London County Council (General Powers) Act, 1924.27. Manchester Ship Canal Act, 1924.28. Sutton Harbour Act, 1924.29. London County Council (Money) Act, 1924.30. Neath Harbour Act, 1924.31. Southend Waterworks Act, 1924.32. Brighton Corporation Water Act, 1924.33. Thames Conservancy Act, 1924.34. Birmingham Corporation Act, 1924.35. Southern Railway Act, 1924.36. London County Council...

Orders of the Day — Consolidated Fund(Appropriation) Bill.: Industrial Disputes. (4 Aug 1924) 10s., while in Bournemouth it is 1s. 3d. In the town which I have the honour to represent, Middlesbrough, it is 7s. 4d., while in Blackpool the poor rate is 5d. In Sheffield it is 7s. 6d. in Southend 1s. So I might go on: differentiation up to 10s. on the one hand and less than 6d. on the other. The point again I want to make is this: If this percentage of 65 for half the borrowed...

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