The Parliamentary Debates

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Reuter's Telegram Company, 1900
 

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That a sum not exceeding 8000000 be granted to Her Majesty
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Lancaster Corporation BillAs amended considered
257
Sale of Intoxicating Liquors on Sunday BillPetitions in favour from
257
Commonwealth of Australia Constitution BillConsidered in Com
257
Sunday Closing Monmouthshire BillPetitions in favour from
257
Gas Orders Confirmation No 1 Bill_Copy ordered of Memorandum
257
Mr Grant Lawson York
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Motion made and Question proposed That the Bill be now read
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June 15
257
FISHERY BOARD SCOTLAND Copy presented of eighteenth Annual Report
257
Sir Hl CampbellBannerman
257
INDIAN BUDGET Question Mr Herbert Roberts Denbighshire W Answer
257
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ARMY ESTIMATES 19001
1
ROMAN CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY IN IRELANDPetitions against establishment
3
June 14
5
Harwich HARBOUR_Copy presented of Abstract of the Accounts of
7
ENDOWED SCHOOLS ACT 1869 AND AMENDING ACTS_Copy presented
9
DISCUSSION
11
June 18
17
Post OFFICE SITES EXPENSESConsidered in Committee
19
June 21
21
June 25
25
June 20
29
CATTERLINE EPISCOPAL SCHOOLDISMISSAL OF HEAD MISTRESSQuestion
37
Lunacy BillPetitions for alteration from Chorley and Ticehurst to
41
Birmingham Corporation Stock Bill Lords Scottish American Invest
59
IRISH ARMY AND Militia RECRUITSQuestions Mr Patrick OBrien and
89
Local Government Provisional Orders Gas Bill Brought from
109
ALDERSHOT MANEUVRES HEAT FATALITIES_ARMY CLOTHINGQuestions
125
Chairman left the chair to make his Report to the House
127
Mountain Ash Water Bill LordsRead the third time and passed with
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ELECTRIC LIGHTING ACTS 1882 to 1890 PROCEEDINGSReport by the Board
135
MOUNTED INFANTRY VOLUNTEERSCAMP ALLOWANCESQuestion
149
Military Lands BillHouse in Committee according to Order
151
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179
Vote agreed
183
Vote agreed
183
Puge
183
RICHMOND BRIDGEAccount for the year 1899 Delivered pursuant to Act
183
Walsall Corporation Bill h l 1Reported from the Select Committee
183
VOLUNTARY SCHOOLS ACT 1897 ASSOCIATIONSCopy presented of List
183
POLLING DISTRICTS County PALATINE OF LANCASTEROrilerz mide
183
Marriage Act Amendment Bill H L SECOND READINGOrder of
263
Leith Burgh Provisional Order Bill Lords Local Government Provi
267
Newport Corporation Bül Lords As amended considered an Amend
269
Sale of Intoxicating Liquors on Sunday BillPetitions in favour from
271
Sunday Closing Monmouthshire BillPetitions in favour froin
273
DUBLIN HOSPITALSFortysecond Report of the Board of Superintendence
275
MERCHANT SHIPPING 1899_Copy ordered of Tables showing the progress
277
CHINAANTIFOREIGN MOVEMENTRECENT OPERATIONSQuestion Sir
287
IRISH INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION PROGRAMMEQuestion Mr Patrick
301
13 committed
313
AUSTRALIAN COMMONWEALTH BILLTHE APPEAL CLAUSESQuestions
325
Main Question put and agreed
333
DISCUSSION
345
Uganda Railway Bill SECOND READINGOrder of the Day for the Second
369
Main Question again proposed
379
County Courts Investment of Deposits Bill Lords SECOND READ
401
SUPPLY 12TH ALLOTTED DAYConsidered in Committee
403
CLASS V
405
Boards of Guardians Magistrates Bill To constitute as exofficio
407
June 19
409
Prisons SCOTLAND DEPARTMENTAL COMMITTEECopy presented of Report
411
London and St Katherine Docks and East and West India
423
Gas Orders Confirmation No 2 Bill LordsRead the first time
425
EAST INDIA LOANS RAISED IN INDIACopy presented of Return of all Loans
431
SOUTH AFRICAN WARDISASTERS NEAR LINDLEY ON THE 1st JUNE
433
INDIAN TROOPS DESPATCHED TO CHINAEXPENSESQuestion Mr Buchanan
443
DISCUSSION
445
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447
Vote agreed
471
Mr Fenwick Northumber
557
Question proposed That those words be there added
563
Mr Long
567
Naval Reserve Mobilisation BillSECOND READING Order of
571
Morecambe Urban District Council Gas BillReported from the Select
573
Page
575
LOCAL TAXATION ROYAL COMMISSIONMinutes of Evidence and Appendix
577
Contents 29 Not Contents 18
583
DISCUSSION
595
Aberdeen Police and Improvement Bill Charing Cross and Strand Elec
603
Ecclesiastical Assessments Scotland BillPetition from Edinburgh
607
EDUCATION SCOTLANDCopy presented of Twentyseventh Annual Report
613
INDIAN FINANCIAL STATEMENTQuestion Sir William Wedderburn Answer
625
RAILWAYS IN ASIA MINORRUSSIAN CONCESSIONSQuestion Sir E Ash
627
SOUTH AFRICAN WAKCAPE COLONY REBELSQuestion Mr John Ellis
639
Sir William Anson Oxford
645
DISCUSSION
647
Ecclesiastical Assessment Scotland Bill THIRD READINGOrder
657
Question
665
Lambeth Water BillRead the third time and passed 130
667
Amendment proposed
671
Lunacy BillPetition from Horncastle for alteration to lie upon the Table
673
DISCUSSION
677
G P 0 TRANSFER TO MOUNT PLEASANT_POSTAL REARRANGEMENTS
735
FRIDAY 22ND JUNE 1900
737
RETURNS REPORTS
739
Uganda Railway BillHouse in Committee according to Order Bill
741
third time
749
Ayes 170 Noes 102 Division List No 152
765
768
767
Education Scotland BillPetition from Paisley against to lie upon
769
Sale of Intoxicating Liquors to Children No 2 Bill and Sunday
773
TRAINED DOGS FOR OUTPOST DUTYQuestion General Russell Answer
775
REPORT OF THE CHIEF INSPECTOR OF FACTORIESQuestion Sir Charles
785
CELTIC ANTIQUITIES IN THE BRITISH MUSEUMQuestions Sir Henry
791
Vote agreed
803
Question put and negatived
817
1901 for Grants in aid of the Expenses of the British Protectorates
823
INDIABRITISH CAVALRY CARBINESQuestion Sir Charles Dilke Answer
833
the House
855
Motion made and Question proposed That a sum not exceeding
871
MONDAY 25TH JUNE 1900
873
Belfast and County Down Railway Bill Great Northern Railway Ire
875
third time
885
ROMAN CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY IN IRELANDPetition from Rothesay against
891
TRADE REPORTS ANNUAL SERIESCopies presented of Diplomatic
895
EMPEROR OF CHINA POSITION AND POLITICAL VIEWS Question Sir
905
DISCUSSION
963
Question
975
Question proposed That those words be there inserted
1011
Mr Caldwell Lanarkshire
1017
Huddersfield Corporation Tramways BillRead the third time
1023
London and North Western Railway Wales Bill Devonport Cor
1025
GOVERNMENT PROPERTY COUNTY OF LONDONReturn presented relative
1029
DISCUSSION
1031
agreed
1051
his deceased wifes sister both being domiciled therein Lord Junos
1057
LUNACY ADMINISTRATIONTHE ST PANCRAS SCANDAL _
1065
DISCUSSION
1079
Alexandra Park Bill Aston Manor Tramways Bill Lords Read a second
1107
WEDNESDAY 26TH JUNE 1900
1205
Sunday Closing Monmouthshire BillPetitions in favour from Taunton
1207
Electric Lighting Provisional Orders No 10 BillReported without
1263
Tecommitted to the Standing Committee
1273
ALDERSHOT MANEUVRESHEAT FATALITIESARMY CLOTHINGQuestion
1313
CHINAANTIFOREIGN MOVEMENTBOXER DISTURBANCES
1331
INDIAN FAMINE AND PLAGUE STATISTICS_SUGGESTED ROYAL COMMISSION
1431
ASHANTINATIVE RISINGINVESTMENT OF COOMASSIEQuestions Sir
hampton E 934
928
Ayes 39 Noes 94 Division List No 144
Bill 257
RETURN OF RESERVISTS FROM SOUTH AFRICAQuestion Mr Evelyn Cecil
SUPPLY 15TH JUNE Resolutions reported
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Page 343 - Council from a decision of the High Court upon any question, howsoever arising, as to the limits inter se of the Constitutional powers of the Commonwealth and those of any State or States, or as to the limits inter se of the Constitutional powers of any two or more States, unless the High Court shall certify that the question is one which ought to be determined by Her Majesty in Council.
Page 645 - No appeal shall be permitted to the Queen in Council from a decision of the High Court upon any question, howsoever arising, as to the limits inter se of the Constitutional powers of the Commonwealth and those of any State or States, or as to the limits inter se of the Constitutional powers of any two or more States...
Page 693 - ... and relieve the person sued from payment of any sum in excess of the sum adjudged by the court to be fairly due in respect of such principal, interest, and charges, as the court, having regard to the risk and all the circumstances, may adjudge to be reasonable...
Page 183 - ... no matter with what solemnities he may have been devoted upon the altar of slavery ; the first moment he touches the sacred soil of Britain, the altar and the god sink together in the dust ; his soul walks abroad in her own majesty ; his body swells beyond the measure of his chains that burst from around him, and he stands redeemed, regenerated, and disenthralled, by the irresistible Genius of UNIVERSAL EMANCIPATION ! [Here Mr.
Page 545 - Workman" includes every person who is engaged in an employment to which this Act applies, whether by way of manual labour or otherwise, and whether his agreement is one of service or apprenticeship or otherwise, and is expressed or implied, is oral or in writing.
Page 183 - No matter in what language his doom may have been pronounced ; no matter what complexion incompatible with freedom an Indian or an African sun may have burned upon him ; no matter in what disastrous battle his liberty may have been cloven down ; no matter with what solemnities he may have been devoted upon the altar of slavery ; — the first moment he touches the sacred soil of Britain, the altar and the god sink together in the dust...
Page 183 - I speak in the spirit of the British law, which makes liberty commensurate with, and inseparable from, British soil ; which proclaims even to the stranger and the sojourner, the moment he sets his foot upon British earth, that the ground on which he treads is holy, and consecrated by the genius of universal emancipation.
Page 909 - All such goods, and also all goods of foreign manufacture bearing any name or trade mark being or purporting to be the name or trade mark of any manufacturer, dealer, or trader in the United Kingdom, unless such name or trade mark is accompanied by a definite indication of the country in which the goods were made or produced...
Page 787 - Commission to inquire into the " present administration of the Port of London and the water approaches thereto ; the adequacy of the accommodation provided for vessels, and the loading and unloading thereof; the system of charge for such accommodation, and the arrangements for warehousing dutiable goods ; and to report whether any change or improvement in regard to any of the above matters is necessary for the promotion of the trade of the port and the public interest.
Page 605 - An Act to confirm certain Provisional Orders made by the Board of Trade under the General Pier and Harbour Act, 1861, relating to Bognor, Fowey, and Sheerness.

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