Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

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Contents

GOVERNMENT CUNTRACTSSYSTEM OF OPEN TENDERS_Question
51
JUBILEE THANKSGIVING SERVICE WESTMINSTER ABBEY
59
Pluralities Act Amendment Act 1885 Amendment Bill
127
Crofters Holdings Scotland Bill Lord8 Bill 287
151
CHARITY COMMISSIONERS JUDD FOUNDATION TONBRIDGEQuestion
159
COMMONS WEDNESDAY JUNE 15
223
CENTRAL ASIAAFFAIRS OF AFGHANISTANQuestion The Earl of Rosebery
231
Customs and Inland Revenue Bill Bill 241
241
PUBLIO MEETINGS IRELANDMEETING OF THE IRISH PROTESTANT HOME
245
CELEBRATION OF THE JUBILEE YEAR OF HER MAJESTYS REIGNTHE
255
EVICTIONS IRELAND EVICTIONS AT BODYKE Co CLARECONDUCT
267
CELEBRATION OF THE JUBILEE YEAR OF HER MAJESTYS REIGN
275
MOTION
287
DEEDS OF ARRANGEMENT REGISTRATION STAMP DUTY
369
DOMINION OF CANADAINCREASED IMPORT DUTIES ON IronQuestion
375
Municipal Corporations Acts Ireland Amendment No
389
QUESTIONS
391
EVICTIONS IRELAND EvictED TENANTS IN WORKHOUSESQuestion
401
METROPOLITAN POLICE ALLEGED CRUELTY TO A DogQuestion
415
Municipal Regulation Constabulary c Belfast BillOrdered Colonel King
529
COMMONS MONDAY JUNE 20
547
Metropolitan Open Spaces Acts Extension Bill No 69
555
Original Question again proposed
589
SUPPLYCIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATESCommitteecontinued
615
PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS SEAMENS VOTE BILL Questions Mr Henry
645
MOTION
665
Coal Mines c Regulation Bill Bill 130
671
MANCHESTER SHIP CANAL BILL
681
MOTIONS
747
tary of State for War Mr E Stanhope CELEBRATION OF THE JUBILEE YEAR OF HER MAJESTYS REIGNTHE
761
Poor LawMACCLESFIELD UNIONBURIAL OF A FEMALE PAUPERQues
771
COMMONS FRIDAY JUNE 24
921
Hamilton
929
COMMONS WEDNESDAY JULY 6
987
Christchurch Southampton Charter Correction of Error
1005
Goschen ISLAND REVENUETue Moisture CLAUSE_Question Mr Hooper An
1031
Crofters Hoidings Scotland Bill Lord8 Bill 287
1109
Markets and Fairs Weighing of Cattle Bill No 72
1125
NAVAL VOLUNTEERSMOTION FOR PAPERS
1139
Post OFFICETRANSMISSION THROUGH THE SEVERN TUNNEL Question
1149
BRITISH GUIANAQuestion Mr Watt Answer The Secretary of State
1161
Poor LAW IRELAND EDENDERRY UNIONMR M GAFFNEYQuestion
1163
The House resumed its Sitting at Nine of the clock House counted
1199
WAYS AND MEANSREPORT Consolidated Fund No 2 Bill
1223
COAL MINES CERTIFICATES OF COMPETENCY Question Mr Arthur
1247
THE LICENSING LAWSSELLING DRINK DURING PROHIBITED HOURS THE
1253
SUPPLYCIVIL SERVICE ESTIMATESCommitteecontinued
1353
Public Libraries Acts Amendment No 2 Bill Bill 220
1369
Customs and Inland Revenue Bill Bill 241
1379
Licensed Premises Earlier Closing Scotland Bill Bill 153
1407
Irish Land Law Bill No 106
1429
ARMY INDIATHE MEDICAL STAFFTHE DEPUTY SURGEON GENERAL
1477
CELEBRATION OF THE JUBILEE YEAR OF HER MAJESTYS REIGNTHIE
1479
WAR OFFICE ORDNANCE DEPARTMENTSMALL ARMS FACTORY AT ENFIELD
1491
Main Question again proposed 1524
1525
CRIMINAL LAW SCOTLAND PROCEDURE CONSOLIDATED FUND
1539
Irish Land Law Bill No 152
1563
Markets and Fairs Weighing of Cattle Bill No 139
1577
MINES REGULATION REPORTS OF INSPECTORS OF MINES WITH STATISTICS
1599
BUSINESS OF THE HOUSECOAL MINES c REGULATION BILLQuestion
1607
ORDERS OF THE DAYRESOLUTION continued
1655
EAST INDIA AND CHINA MAIL CONTRACT RESOLUTION ADJOURNED
1681
Merchandise Marks Law Consolidation and Amendment
1727
Allotments and Cottage Gardens Compensation Bill
1749
Butter Substitutes Bill
1761
First Offenders Bill No 140
1765
ISLANDS OF THE SOUTHERN PACIFICRELIGIOUS PERSECUTIONS IN TONGA
1777
LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOARD IRELANDCONFIRMATION BILLPARLIAMEN
1779
FACTORIES ACTSFACTORY INSPECTOR IN BELFASTQuestions Mr Sexton
1807
LAW AND POLICE METROPOLISARREST OF Miss CassQuestion
1825
Returning Officers Expenses Bill Ordered Mr Stansfeld Mr John Morley
POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS IN THE NORTHERN PACIFICALTERNATIVE MAIL
PUBLIC BUSINESSUlster CANAL BillQuestion Mr Sexton Answer
THE MAGISTRACY ENGLAND AND WALESMR Thomas WYNNE EATON
Criminal Law Amendment Ireland Bill Bill 290
National Debt and Local Loans Bill Bill 266
EDUCATION DEPARTMENT TECHNICAL EDUCATIONQuestion Mr F
EMPLOYERS LIABILITY Act 1880 ACCIDENTAL DEATH AT PETERHEAD
COAL MINES c REGULATION BillQuestion Sir Joseph Pease Answer
INDIA MADRASLAND PURCHASES BY MEMBERS OF THE CIVIL GOVERN
THE ROYAL COMMISSION ON IRISH PUBLIC WORKSCOMMERCIAL HARBOUR
PUBLIC HEALTHINSANITARY CONDITION OF Bow CREEK BLACKWALL
ORDERS OF THE
NATIONAL DEBT AND LOCAL LOANS FUNDS
PRIVATE AND PROVISIONAL ORDER CONFIRMATION BILLS
CRIMINAL LAW AMENDMENT IRELAND BILL AND THE IRISH LAND
EDUCATION DEPARTMENTNUMBER AND PARTICULARS OF OIVIL SERVICE
Post OFFICE IRELANDRURAL MESSENGERSTHE MESSENGER FROM
THE BRUSSELS CEMETERIES THE GRAVES OF OFFICERS WHO FELL
FISHERIES SCOTLANDBEAM TRAWLING IN ABERDEEN BAYQuestion
THE IMPERIAL AND COLONIAL CONFERENCEQuestion Mr Howard Vincent
PARLIAMENTDIVISIONS IN THIS HOUSEIMPROVEMENT IN REGISTERING

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Page 999 - Act applies, by any person whomsoever, being proved, the owner, agent, and manager shall each be guilty of an offence against this Act, unless he proves that he had taken all reasonable means, by publishing and to the best of his power enforcing the said rules and regulations for the working of the mines, to prevent such contravention or non-compliance.
Page 277 - House for the purpose of discussing a definite matter of urgent public importance and state the matter.
Page 853 - Where the amount of wages paid to any of the persons employed in a mine depends on the amount of mineral gotten by them, those persons shall be paid according to the actual weight gotten by them of the mineral contracted to be gotten...
Page 1051 - Does an union, under such circumstances, by free consent, and on just and equal terms, deserve to be branded as a proposal for subjecting Ireland to a foreign yoke ? Is it not rather the free and voluntary association of two great countries, which join for their common benefit, in one empire, where each will retain its proportional weight and importance, under the security of equal laws, reciprocal affection, and inseparable interests, and which want nothing but that indissoluble connexion to render...
Page 991 - ... shafts, so long as not more than twenty persons are employed below ground at any one time in the whole of the different seams in connexion with each shaft or outlet in such new mine or such working : (2) In the case of any proved mine so long ns it is exempted in writing by a Secretary of State...
Page 945 - Act ; and in the event of any such contravention or non-compliance by any person whomsoever, the owner, agent and manager of the mine shall each be guilty of an offence against this Act, unless he proves that he had taken all reasonable means, by publishing and to the best of his power enforcing the provisions of this section, to prevent the contravention or noncompliance.2 5.
Page 873 - Provided that nothing in this section shall preclude the owner agent or manager of the mine from agreeing with the persons employed in the mine that deductions shall be made in respect of stones or substances other than the mineral contracted to...
Page 939 - The persons who are employed in a mine, and are paid according to the weight of the mineral gotten by them, may, at their own cost, station a person (in this Act referred to as "a...
Page 973 - ... weights and measures appointed under the said Act shall once at least in every six months inspect and examine in manner directed by the said Act the weights, balances, scales, steelyards and weighing machines used or in the possession of any person for use as aforesaid at any mine within his district; and shall also make such inspection and examination at any other time in any case where he has reasonable cause to believe that there is in use at the mine any false or unjust weight, balance, scale,...

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