The Parliamentary Debates

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Reuter's Telegram Company, 1908

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HOUSE OF LORDS OFFICES First Report from the Select Committee considered
53
Teachers and Religious Instruction
61
Ayes 294 Noes 65 Division List No 65
65
La V
69
Division of the Estate of Sir K Barrows at Bushfield Queens County
71
Old Fife Artillery Militia
83
Motor Speeds
91
Bullinbull Cattle Drive
103
Mar Mar 30
111
Ver 31
123
Cost Earl Percy Kensington S
137
Terr Amendment proposed
153
RETURNS REPORTS
245
Patents and Designs Bill H L Reported from the Standing Committee
247
AFFAIRS IN THE ISLAND OF VATERSAY
261
Apr 2
265
SECRETARIES TO COUNTY ASSOCIATIONS
289
Camberwell and other Metropolitan Borough Councils Superannuation
291
RETURNS REPORTS
293
FURTHER STANDING ORDERS applicable to the following Bills complied with
301
Wimbledon and Clapham Junction Cab Drivers
313
NonResidential Grazing Tenants
325
Journal Committee Report from that the One hundred and thirtyninth
331
Irish Universities Bill To make further provision with respect to Univer
403
Motion made and Question proposed That in the opinion of ths House
415
Derby Gas Bill Read 2 and committed
445
Police Scotland Fiftieth Annual Roport
447
Patents and Designs Bill H L Read 3a according to order and passed
465
Page
469
Police Scotland Fiftieth Annual Report to lie upon the Table
475
QUESTIONS IN THE HOUSE
487
Military Manoeuvres in the New Forest
489
Trinidad Immigration Ordinance
493
Hillsborough Mill Fatality
495
Irish Milk Supplies
505
The Aghatubrid Estate
507
Clubs and the Licensing Bill
517
Irish Land Purchase
519
Navy Estimates 19078 Programme of Shipbuilding Repairs Main
521
PROSECUTION OF OFFENCES AMENDMENT EXPENSES Resolution reported
523
Cost in Criminal Cases Bill Order for second Reading read
557
Sæun
583
Mr Bright Oldham
585
EXPLOSION GLEN AHIERY
589
Perries Ireland Bill Read a second time and committed to a Standing
627
HOUSE OF LORDS WEDNESDAY Ist APRIL 1908
633
Universities Scotland Act 1889 University Court Ordinances
635
Universities Scotland Act 1889 Ordinance University Court Ordi
641
Women Clerks at the Post Office
661
Stone Masons Hours on Dockyard Works
663
Irish Lace Frauds
671
Suspected Rabies at Northampton
683
Croker Estate Limerick
691
Business of the House
705
Fire Inquests Bill To be read a second time upon Friday 1st May and
707
India Loans raised in England Return of all loans raised in England
757
MAIL STEAMERS AT KINGSTOWN MOTION FOR ADJOURNMENT
769
790
789
LOTTERIES AND ADVERTISEMENTS Ordered That so much of the Lords
807
Children Bill Petition in favour to lie upon the Table
809
Ponourable Artillery Company Receta de 22 Eiacoziie Art Jers
849
1
861
Ballot Act 1872 Amendment No 2 Bill Order for Second Reading
881
Criminal Appeal Rules 1908 Additional rule 882
883
THE RESIGNATION OF THE PRIME MINISTER
885
to lie upon the Table 888
887
Clanricarde Tenancy
899
Eviction on Lord Cranmores Estate
911
The Arrest of Mr Luxenburg
935
Page
949
Herne Bay Pier
961
IRISH UNIVERSITIES
1023
lie upon the Table
1025
Mortality in the Licensed Viètuallers Trade 1032
1033
The House met at a quarter before Three of the Clock
1041
Law Charges and Criminal Prosecutions Ireland Return presented
1049
Alleged Frauds on Irish Farmers
1051
Dairies Cowsheds and Milkshops Ireland OrderSuggested Government
1063
Inquiry into Personnel and Training of the Navy
1075
ZululandSir Duncan Mackenzies Administration
1087
Classification of StokeuponTrent Post Office
1099
Payments for New Licences
1103
Public Health Markets in Rural Districts Bill To be read a second time
1105
Ir Care Surrey kingston
1135
Mr Barnard Kidderminster
1163
Sir John Kennaway Devonshire Honiton 1166
1165
Mr Leif Jones Westmoreland Appleby 1145
1179
Mr William Rutherford Liverpool West Derby
1191
Dairies Scotland Bill Petition in favour to lie upon the Table
1199
Motion made and Question That the Debate be now adjournedMr
1223
Page
1227
Apr 29
1237
Dinizulu
1239
Premium Bonds and the Lottery Acts
1249
Voice Training and Production
1251
Irish Royal College of Surgeons
1261
Lispectorship of Irish Reformatorios
1263
Irish Department of AgricultureSalary of Secretary
1265
FOURTH SERIES
1289
1043
1295
Mr James Parker 11ilifa
1315
EAST INDIA EDUCATION
1337
i
1339
Ramasam
1345
Page
1361
FOURTH SERIES 1 c
1369
NEW WRIT New Writ for the County of Salop Northern of Newport
1373
Sale of Converted Rifles to Rifle Clubs
1379
Protection of Canadian Fisheries
1383
Trophy
1387
PORT OF LONDON
1401
Kitchen Committees Accounts
1409
No 109
1483
i
1517
The House met at Twelve noon of the Clock
1529
NEW WRITS
1613
Public Houses Exclusion of Children Scotland Bill 3 Petitions
1617
The Pacific Cable
1619
Cattle DrivingSpeech by Mr J Keaveny at Tulsk
1631
Ranges for Territorial Artillery
1643
Factory Inspectors Qualifications
1655
Midwifery
1659
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS COMMITTEE
1663
Ministerial Salaries
1667
868
1745
Mr Belloc Salford s
1747
Sir E Carson Dublin University
1761
Married Womens Property Bill Read a second time and committed to
1797
707
1803
Hipoura de Artillery Company ani fu uchar parpas targether with
1813
Gans and ShellPrivate and Government Manufacture
1835
682
1841
SELECTION STANDING COMMITTEES Sir WILLIAM BRAMPTON GURDON
1849
883
1851
992
1861
1671
1863
616
1879
887
1895
776
1901
i
015

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