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Notts Mansfield Answer The VicePresident of the Committee
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LAND COMMISSION APPEALSQuestions Mr Daly Monaghan S
17
RULES UNDER THE PATENTS ActsQuestion Mr PlattHiggins Salford
17
Page
17
From Perth 2
17
INDIAN CURRENCY COMMITTEEQuestions Mr T Lough Islington W
17
THE CARDONAGH RAILWAYQuestions Mr J P Farrell Cavan W
17
TABLE OF CONTENTS
17
May 10
17
VOLUME LVII
17
Light RAILWAYS Act 18961 Lizard Light Railway Order 1898
17
Tramways Orders Confirmation No 2 Bill H To Confirm certain
17
ment under the Elementary Education Acts 1870 to 1893 to enable
17
Local Government Scotland Act 1894 Amendment BillFrom Govan
17
Local Government Scotland Act 1894 Amendment Bill Against
17
RETURNS
17
GAS AND WATER WORKS FACILITIES ACT 1870_Copy presented of Report
17
May 9
17
May 16
17
TUBERCULOSISQuestions Mr F Channing Northamptonshire E
31
117
33
PensionS TO IRISH GRAND JURY OFFICIALS Question Mr C
35
Page
43
Amendment withdrawn
63
DISCUSSION
69
Amendment by leave withdrawn
85
Amended Amendment agreed
87
AYES
95
DISCUSSION
101
12
123
Page
125
Temperance Reform Threefold Option Scotland BillTo effect direct
127
Sugar Bounties COMMERCIAL No 3 1898Copy presented of Corre
127
DISCUSSION
129
DEBATE
141
Question put
149
Agreed
151
MAURITIUS GARRISONQuestion Major Rasch Essex S E Answer
163
Mr Maurice Healy Cork 138
173
ORDER OF THE
187
Amendment proposed
189
Amendment withdrawn
195
DISCUSSION
219
Mr Gerald Balfour 237 238 Lord Edmond Fitzmaurice 242
241
DISCUSSION
257
WEDNESDAY 4th MAY 1898
265
Holmess Patent Bill l Reported without Amendment Report to
267
Discussion
267
Grocers Licences Abolition Scotland BillQuestion Sir John Leng
273
Post Office Carriage of Game BillOrder for Second Reading read
335
PRIVATE BILL BUSINESS
341
Copyright Bill H l and Copyright Amendment Bill H Select
351
Edinburgh and Leith Corporations Gas Bill H As amended con
351
Page
351
LAND LAW IRELAND Act 1887 EVICTION NoticesReturn of
351
Rhondda and Swansea Bay Railway BillRead the second time and com
359
Irish COUNTY INFIRMARIES Question Mr Maurice Healy Cork
383
PRESTATYN FLINTSHIRE BURIAL DISPUTE Question Mr Carvell
385
RABIES IN THE MIDLANDSQuestion Mr Brooke Robinson Dudley
391
AMERICAN WAR REVENUE BillQuestions Sir George BadenPowell
423
CLAUSE 13
435
Arrol Sir William Goldsworthy MajorGeneral Murray Chas J Coventry
483
Fourth SERIES 6
501
Bombay Baroda and Central India Railway Company Bill h
505
Gloucester Gas BillReported Report to lie upon the Table and to
507
From Perth and Royal Parliamentary
509
ARMY PostmenReturn presented 5th May to be printed No 197
511
INCREASED PRICE OF BREAD STUFFSQuestions Col Sir Howard Vincent
517
DISCUSSION
529
NAVAL BASES IN AUSTRALIAN WATERSQuestion Mr Hogan Tipperary
531
WEIHAIWEI Question Mr A D Provand Glasgow Blackfriars
535
TELEPHONE COMMITTEEQuestion Mr Swift MacNeill Donegal S
537
Fourth Series d
597
Sir Robert Reid Dum
623
Crowhurst Sidley and Bexhill Railway Bill H Read third time
653
COMMONS Act 1876Report by the Board of Agriculture upon an applica
655
London University Commission BillQuestion and Statement
657
Clergy Mutual Assurance Society Bill h l Read first time
661
From Stirling and Cathcart to lie upon the Table
663
FLOGGING A SOLDIER AT MARITZBURGQuestions Colonel Lockwood
669
CHINA AND GREAT BRITAINQuestion Mr Gibson Bowles Lynn Regis
691
Question put
711
Page
715
CANADA AND THE ROYAL MINTQuestion Mr Hogan Tipperary
721
Mr G C T Bartley Mr Lough 727 728
727
Amendment by leave withdrawn
729
Customs and other Offices Barry Dock Bill_Considered in Committee
737
Customs Offices Southampton Recommitted BillConsidered 732
741
Amendment proposed
745
ARMY RESERVEFurther Regulations relating to the Army Reserve
823
Poor Law Unions Association BillReported from Standing Committee
825
Page
827
From Magherafelt
829
MIDWIVES REGISTRATION BILLQuestion Mr Hazell Leicester Answer
849
Amendment proposed
899
Arrol Sir William
915
DicksonPoynder Sir J P Lawrence W F Liverpool Russell T W Tyrone
917
DISCUSSION
929
Amendment withdrawn
937
DISCUSSION
941
House resumed
955
Mr Attorney General for Ireland and Mr Solicitor General for Ireland
957
209
959
Attendance of Children at School Scotland Bill h L 1To further amend
961
DISCUSSION
963
DISCUSSION
985
AYES
989
Folkestone Viscount
991
Amendment by leave withdrawn
1007
DISCUSSION
1009
DISCUSSION
1017
THURSDAY 12th MAY 1898
1037
Milford Docks Bill H Read the third time passed and sent to
1039
Attendance of Children at School Scotland Bill H Second Reading
1041
London and North Western Railway Steam Vessels Bill H L Reported
1047
That they have agreed
1049
East India ESTIMATECopy presented of Estimate of Revenue
1051
CAVALRY TRANSFERSQuestion Captain Jessel St Pancras S
1059
DECLARATION OF PARISQuestions Sir Edward Gourley Sunderland
1083
NEW MEMBERS
1099
DISCUSSION
1105
CLAUSE 12
1109
Fry Lewis
1125
Howorth Sir Henry Hoyle Northcote Fion Sir H
1127
DISCUSSION
1129
DISCUSSION
1145
Bigwood James
1147
Flower Ernest
1149
Jebh Richard Claverhouse Pease Arthur Darlington
1151
Amendment by leave withdrawn
1155
Motion made
1183
FRIDAY 13th MAY 1898
1197
BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE
1199
DISCUSSION
1201
Belfast Harbour Bill u l Read the first time and referred to
1205
RABIES IN HAMPSHIREQuestion Mr W H Myers Winchester
1215
OFFICERS CHARGERSQuestion Mr Fortescue Flannery Yorks Shipley
1219
MUZZLING ORDER IN YORKSHIRE Question Sir James Woodhouse
1225
Bolton Thomas Dolling Hayne Rt Hon Chas Seale Provand Andrew Dryburgh
1339
Gorst Rt Hon Sir John E Milward Colonel Victor Wilson J W Worc N
1341
Local Government Provisional Orders No 3 Bill Reported without
1347
From Congleton To
1357
bury
1359
LABOUR IMMIGRATION INTO ASSAMQuestions Mr Schwann Manchester
1379
ERRATUMVOL LVII
1383
Hudson George
1405
Gray Ernest West Ham Morton A H A Deptford Wyndham George
1407
Amendment proposed
1409
Channing Francis Allston Kearley Hudson
1417
Bethell Commander
1419
DiscuSSION
1423
Question put
1445
Foster Harry S Suffolk
1447
DISCUSSION continued
1449
DISCUSSION
1477
Curran T B Donegal
1483
Garfit William
1497
Cochrane Hon T H A E KenyonSlaney Col Wm Ridley Rt Hon Sir M
1499
Egypt No 1 1898Report on the Finances administration and con
1503
Colonies Mr J Chamberlain Birmingham W
1519
Ilford Improvement BillQueens Consent signified Read the third time
1523
Bill read a Second time
1525
From Preston 7
1527
MAJORGENERAL CAICHESTERQuestions Mr Beach Hants Andover
1531
GRATUITIES TO Scotch PRISONERSQuestion Mr E H Pickersgill
1543
CASE OF JOHN AND STEPHEN ARRIGANQuestions Sir John Colomb
1549
Amendment by leave withdrawn
1561
Put and agreed
1579
Butcher John George
1611
Gilliat John Saunders
1613
Abraham Wm Rhondda Ffrench Peter Murray Rt Hn A G Bute
1615
Davitt Michael
1649
MacNeill John G Swift Sullivan T D Donegal W
1655
Committee report Progress to sit again on Monday
1675
St CLEARS MARKET PlaceQuestion Mr Lloyd Morgan Carmarthen
1677
PROTECTION OF BRITISH SUBJECTS IN THE PHILIPPINESQuestion
1679
Eastern Telegraph Company Bill H Reported without Amendment
Cottage Homes BillSecond Reading deferred from Tuesday next till
VACCINATION ACTSQuestion Mr Brigg Yorks Keighley Answer
Parish Churches Scotland BillSecond Reading

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545 페이지 - Neutral goods, with the exception of contraband of war, are not liable to capture under the enemy's flag. 4. Blockades, in order to be binding, must be effective, that is to say, maintained by a force sufficient really to prevent access to the coast of the enemy.
741 페이지 - Act, 1845, with respect to the settlement of disputes by arbitration, shall be incorporated with this Act ; and in the construction of such provisions this Act shall be deemed to be the special Act...
545 페이지 - The neutral flag covers enemy's goods, with the exception of contraband of war; 3. Neutral goods, with the exception of contraband of war, are not liable to capture under enemy's flag; 4.
801 페이지 - The vaccination returns throughout India show the same fact, that the number of vaccinations does not necessarily bear a ratio to the small-pox deaths. Small-pox in India is related to season, and also to epidemic prevalence ; it is not a disease, therefore, that can be controlled by vaccination, in the sense that vaccination is a specific against it. As an endemic and epidemic disease, it must be dealt with by sanitary measures, and if these are neglected small-pox is certain. to increase during...
1019 페이지 - Engineers (India)" and by the same name shall have perpetual succession and a Common Seal, with power to break, alter and make anew the said Seal from time to time at their will and pleasure, and by the same name...
423 페이지 - ... (2) If more than one method may be so adopted, by what rules, in relation to the nature or volume of sewage, or the population to be served, or other varying circumstances or requirements, should the particular method of treatment and disposal to be adopted be determined ; and II. To make any recommendations which may be deemed desirable with reference to the treatment and disposal of sewage.
553 페이지 - The Committee have, in the strongest language, condemned the raid, and condemned Mr. Rhodes. Now I do not want to qualify that as far as I am concerned. But as to one thing I am perfectly convinced — that while the fault of Mr. Rhodes is about as great as a politician or statesman can commit, there has been nothing to prove, and in my opinion there exists nothing, which affects Mr. Rhodes' personal position as a man of honour.
937 페이지 - All such bye-laws, orders, and regulations of any authority, whose powers and duties are transferred by this Act to any council, as are in force at the time of the transfer, shall, so far as they relate to or are in pursuance of the powers and duties transferred, continue in force as if made by that council, and may be revoked or altered accordingly.
11 페이지 - Each elector may give one vote and no more for each of any number of persons not exceeding the number to be elected...
11 페이지 - ... any agreement or terms, or enters into any undertaking, in relation to the withdrawal of an election petition, and such agreement, terms, or undertaking is or are for the withdrawal of the election petition in consideration of any payment, or in consideration that the seat shall at any time be vacated, or in consideration of the withdrawal of any other election petition, or is or are (whether lawful or unlawful) not mentioned in the aforesaid affidavits...

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