The Parliamentary Debates

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Reuter's Telegram Company, 1898 - Great Britain
 

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Contents

Batoum Shipping ReturnsQuestion Mr J Herbert Roberts Denbigh
21
Pag
27
Far EastStatement and Debate on Motion for Adjournment Easter
35
Indian CurrencyQuestion Mr W E M Tomlinson Preston
37
Colonial Office asd the German EmperorQuestion Mr R McGhee
41
Pgt
53
Prisons BillDebate on Second Reading resumed
55
Page
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Inebriates BillMotion for Leave to Introduce 973
87
Read a second time without a Division
109
Mr John Burns 113 The Attorney General Sir
121
Mr Edmund Robertson Mr J Morlcy Montrose
147
Bonds from Post Office OfficialsQuestion Mr Patrick OBrien
159
TUESDAY 5th APRIL 1898
161
Great Eastern Railway General Powers BillRead a third time
183
Page
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Page
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Army Meat ContractsQuestion Mr F B Mildmay Devon Totnes
191
Merchant Shipping Mercantile Marine Fund Bill Question
197
Wearing the Shamrock Case of SeamanGunner Pilkington
207
AfridisQuestion Sir James Fergusson Manchester N E Answer
215
Salvation ArmyQuestion Mr William Johnston Belfast S Answer
219
MONDAY 18th APRIL 1898
289
al Government Provisional Orders No 1 BillRead a Second time
299
Glasgow Corporation Sewage Etc BillFor additional provision
301
Parliamentary Papers Recess Delivered1 Trade Reports
303
Belfast Post Office StaffQuestion Mr W Johnston Belfast S
305
SUPPLYCivil Service EstimatesSixth Allotted Day Con
311
Sotal Parks and Pleasure Gardens
325
The Committee dividedAyes 224 Noes 130 Sec Division List
331
The First Commissioner Mr Wynford Phifipps
347
Committee dividedAyes 47 Noes 106 Sec Division List No 62
371
AdjournmentMr R W Hanbury 380
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Page
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Clause III
385
Question of Privilege
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Military PrisonsQuestions Mr M Davitt Mayo S Answers
407
Raconfield Estate County MonaghanQuestion Mr D Macaleese
409
Sir W V Harcourt Mr George Wyndham Dover
413
Business of the HouseQuestions Sir William Harcourt Monmouth
419
April 1 Pagt
451
Military Manoeuvres Order in CouncilResolved That an humble
475
New Buildings in WhitehallQuestion Mr William Allan Gateshead
479
Mr A E Hutton Mr Ernett Gray West
505
The icePresident of Mr J Carvell Williams
517
WEDNESDAY 20th APRIL 1898
529
Corporal Punishment SentencesReturn presented relative thereto
533
Land Tenure Wales BillOrder for Second Reading rend
593
THURSDAY 21st APRIL 1898
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Page
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Trade Reports 1898 Report
617
Polling Districts Borough of BarrowinFurnessOrder made
619
RETURNS
623
Sheffield Guardians ElectionQuestion Mr F Maddison Sheffield
625
Legacy Duty and Bankruptcy in IrelandQuestions Mr Patrick
635
Fage
637
Alaskan Boundary DisputeQuestion Mr James Roche Kerry E
641
VivisectionQuestion Mr Swift MacNeill Donegal S Answer
653
Declaration of ParisQuestions Lord Charles Beresford York and
659
Sailors and the ShamrockQuestions Mr J F X OBrien Cork
709
TobaccoResolution 778
779
Page
781
Bakewell Gas Bill h l Read first time and referred to Examiners
787
Committee divided Ayes 64 Xoes 143 Division List No 68 884
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Committee divided Ayes 77 Noes 159 Division List No 69 902
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Motion made and Question proposed
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Resolu
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Page
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Page
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Pagt
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South Kensington MuseumQuestion Sir Samuel Montagu Tower
943
Commissioners of Irish LightsQuestions Mr MCartan Down S
951
Treatment of Juvenile Offenders in LondonQuestion Mr E
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Condition of CubaQuestion Mr J McLeod Sutherland Answer
961
New Greek LoanQuestion Mr F S Stevenson Suffolk Eye
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Page
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The House dividedAyes 218 Noes 91 Division List No 72 1082
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Page
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Wey Valley Water BillOrdered That the Bill be read a second time
1093
Belfast Corporation Hospitals BillOrder for Second Reading
1145
Vesey Knox 1164
1163
Dogs Regulation BillAgainst from Torquay Liverpool Hove Tollbridge
1185
Quit and Crown Rents Ireland RedemptionReturn presented
1187
to proceed with their Bill
1189
Imsh Lunatic AsylumsQuestion Mr J Daly Monaghan S Answer
1193
Fines ox Prison OfficialsQuestion Mr E H Pickersgill Bethnal
1215
Mr T M Healy Louth 1157 11 58
1217
Nonconformist Pupil TeachersQuestion Mr J Carvell Williams
1223
NEW BILL
1241
Germany and the Congo StateQuestion Sir Charles Dilke Gloucester
1263
ORDER OF THE
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Page
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Superannuation Metropolis BillFrom St Giles in the Fields in favour
1273
DISCUSSION
1281
Question proposed That the words Section twentysix stand part
1285
Amendment by leave withdrawn
1321
Local Government Ireland BillConsidered in Committee 1241
1325
Amendment by leave withdrawn
1337
THURSDAY 28th APRIL 1898
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Prison LibrariesQuestions Mr E H Pickersgill Bethnal Green
1359
Mobilisation ArrangementsQuestions Col Earle VVelby Taunton
1361
Lead Poisoning in the PotteriesQuestion Mr R McKenna Mon
1379
Fourth Series
1381
Imhan Feudatory StatesQuestion Mr E H Pickersgill Bethnal
1389
Elementary Schools Children Working for WagesReturn
1403
Amendment proposed in page 2 line 20 to leave out the words or
1425
ActMr T lough 1241
1435
Fourth Series
1445
Ayes 143 Noes 101 See Division List
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Fourth Series
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Mr Flynn 1471 Mr Shee 1474
1473
Pag
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Mr Atkinson 1494 1495 Mr Dillon 1496 1502
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FRIDAY 29th APRIL 1898
1505
Benefices No 2 BillFrom Salisbury in favour
1507
22nd April 1898 declaring that Commander R Pattern Jenkins R N
1509
3 That in the case of the Glasgow Corporation Sewage etc
1515
Freight and Marine InsuranceQuestion Sir J Colomb Great
1523
Citil Practitioners as Army DoctorsQuestion Captain Norton
1525
Carlisle Fort County Cork Questions Capt Donelan Cork E
1529
Suggested Naval Base on the Northern Coasts of the United
1539
The First Lord of the ley Fork W R
1627
It being Twelve of the clock the Debate stood adjourned
1675
Proposed Gresiiam University of London Question Mr
Plague in IndiaQuestion Mr J Herbert Roberts Denbighshire W

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Page 813 - House for the purpose of discussing a definite matter of urgent public importance and state the matter.
Page 811 - ... provisions and such other " * things as may be requisite for the subsistence of her " ' crew, and except so much coal only as may be sufficient " ' to carry such vessel to the nearest port of her own " ' country, or to some nearer destination, and no coal shall " ' again be supplied to any such ship of war...
Page 811 - No ship of war or privateer of either belligerent shall be permitted, while in any port, harbor, roadstead or waters within the jurisdiction of the United States, to take in any supplies except provisions and such other things as may be requisite for the subsistence of her crew, and except so much coal only as may be sufficient to carry such vessel...
Page 811 - ... no coal shall be again supplied to any such ship of war or privateer in the same or any other port, harbor, roadstead, or waters of the United States, without special permission, until after the expiration of three months from the time when such coal may have been last supplied to her within the waters of the United States, unless such ship of war or privateer shall, since last thus supplied, have entered a port of the government to which she belongs.
Page 665 - Goods imported from Russia into China by rail and exported from China to Russia in the same manner shall pay respectively an import or export Chinese duty to the extent of one-third less as compared with the duty imposed at Chinese seaport...
Page 515 - And every arrangement which fosters the interest of the people in the schools, which teaches the people to look on the schools as their own, which encourages them to take a share in the management, will do at least as much service as the wisest advice and the most skilful administration.
Page 929 - Commission has been appointed " to inquire and report what administrative procedures are available and would be desirable for controlling the danger to man through the use as food of the meat and milk of tuberculous animals...
Page 623 - STATEMENT of REVENUE and EXPENDITURE as laid before the House by the CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER when opening the BUDGET.
Page 5 - Act to confirm certain Provisional Orders made by the Board of Trade under the Electric...

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