The Parliamentary Debates

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Reuter's Telegram Company, 1902
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Dec 16
The Earl of Camperdoren
EXAMINATION FOR OFFICERS COMMISSIONS Question Mr Robson South
Mr Walter Long
Sir Robert Finlay
Mr Walter Long
66
AUSTRALIAN COMMONWEALTH LABOUR LAWS EXCLUSION OF ENGLISH
NEW QUESTION RULE_Cost OF PRINTING Question Mr Weir Answer
Page
1
Dec 5
5
Dec 9
9
Dec 11
11
Dec 13
13
agreed
15
Education England and Wales Bill Second Reading Second Days
17
Clause 20 as amended agreed
21
Page
91
Lord James of Hereford
101
On Question whether now shall stand part of the Motion their Lordships
121
LOCAL TAXATION IRELAND RETURNS Copy presented of Returns of Local
125
POSTAL CIRCULATION OF BETTINGLOTTERY CIRCULARS Question Col Welby
127
Osborne Estate ReCommitted Bill
141
Question again proposed That those words as amended be there inserted
143
DIPLOMATIC SERVICESIR HORACE RUMBOLDs ARTICLE IN THE NATIONAL
145
Mr Sydney Buxton
147
1 Page
151
Amendment agreed
159
Capt Jessel St Pancras S
161
Sir George Fardell Paddington
173
Clause 14
193
Question proposed That the words proposed to be left out stand part
195
TRADE REPORTS Annual Series Copies presented of Diplomatic and Con
205
1 Page
207
VOLUNTEER STATISTICS Question Mr Pirie Answer Mr Brodrick
217
Page
227
FOURTH SERIES 6
229
BUSINESS OF THE HOUSELONDON WATER BILL ETC Questions Sir
239
Clause 3 as amended agreed
247
Question
261
Amendment by leave withdrawn
263
Mr Haldane Haddingtonshire
265
Clause 1
269
Question proposed That those words be there inserted
271
Question proposed That the word of stand part of the Clause
281
Clause
287
Question proposed That those words be there inserted
289
Mr Sydney Buxton
293
Amendment agreed
303
Question proposed That the words proposed to be left out stand part
307
Mr Walter Long
313
Ayes 29 Noes 121 Division List No 619
321
Clause 24
323
Amendments agreed
325
Remaining Clauses agreed
329
HOUSE OF LORDS TUESDAY 9TH DECEMBER 1902
333
Motion made and question proposed That the Bill be now read the third
337
Lord Davey
349
Lord Wenlock
351
Clause
357
On Question Amendment agreed
359
Page
361
Earl of Camperdown
365
Lord Stanmore
369
Lord Bishop of Southwell
385
The Lord Bishop of Newcastle
387
Amendment moved
397
Lord Ribblesdale
403
Amendment moved
407
HALFPENNY POSTAGEPLACE AND DATE ON OBLITERATING STAMPS Question
411
Viscount Goschen
419
Amendment moved
427
Amendment by leave of the House withdrawn
429
LUNACY Copy of Report to the Lord Chancellor of the number of visits made
435
?? Dec 9 1 Page
437
EDUCATION BILLFINANCIAL ARRANGEMENT DURING FIRST YEAR OF
441
VARTIAL LAW IN SOUTH AFRICACASE OF MR SHÆMAN Question
451
Sir Arthur Hayter Walsall
459
Question put and agreed
499
Amendment proposed
507
Question
535
HOUSE OF LORDS WEDNESDAY 10TH DECEMBER 1902
537
Lord Bishop of Manchester
539
Duke of Northumberland
545
On Question Amendment negatived
549
Earl of Northbrook
553
On Question That the words proposed to be inserted stand part of
563
Lord Bishop of Hereford
567
Lord Bishop of
569
Amendment moved
581
Amendment by leave of the House withdrawn
587
Earl of Halsbury
599
Lord Bishop of Rochester
603
Lord Bishop of Norwich
611
Ayes 37 Noes 136 Division List No 617
617
Earl Spencer
623
Duke of Northumberland
625
Lord Bishop of Winchester
635
Taunton Answer Mr Austen Chamberlain
645
Council of the city two by the Council of the city of Westminster
649
Stanley 652
651
BLACKSOD BAY COUNTY MAYO Question Mr Tulley Answer Mr Gerald
665
SITTINGS OF THE HOUSE EXEMPTION FROM THE STANDING ORDER
669
London Water Bill As amended considered
671
Amendment by leave withdrawn
729
Amendment by leave withdrawn
735
Amendments agreed
739
Committee report progress to sit again upon Monday next
767
such uniform charges shall not raise the price of water
769
Lord Stanmore
781
Viscount Halifax
787
Lord Bishop of Chichester
793
NAVAL CONSTRUCTION Question Mr James Hope Sheffield Brightside
801
On Question objected
803
agreed
807
Lord Bishop of
819
Clause 11 as amended agreed
821
Amendment moved
837
agreed
845
Amendment moved
849
Amendment by leave of the House withdrawn
873
Amendment by leave of the House withdrawn
875
Lord Tweedmouth
881
agreed
891
MONDAY 8TH DECEMBER 1902
897
SOUTH AFRICAN WARPOSTAL SERVICE VOLUNTEERS Question Mr Claude
905
Mr Walter Long
907
LONGFORD ROYAL CANALS Question Mr Tully Answer Mr Wyndham
917
of the Presbytery
935
944
943
Resolution agreed
957
Amendment by leave withdrawn
959
in continuation of Parliamentary Paper No 347 of Session 1901
961
Ayes 110 Noes 41 Division List No 633
971
Question proposed That those words be there added
973
Question proposed That those words be there inserted
975
FRIDAY 12TH DECEMBER 1902
977
London Water Bill Second Reading Order of the day for the Second
991
and
1019
On Question That the word proposed to be left out stand part of
1021
AXHOLME LIGHT RAILWAY Question Mr Seymour OrmsbyGore Lincolnshire
1025
Dec 12
1027
Question put and agreed
1031
Mr T M Healy Louth N
1033
Motion made and Question proposed That the Clause be now read
1039
Clause ruled out of Order
1043
Question proposed That those words be there inserted in the Bill
1045
Dec 12
1047
Motion made and Question proposed That the Bill be now read
1055
RETURNS REPORTS
1061
Lord Ribblesdale
1079
Lord Bishop of Hereford
1087
Amendment moved
1097
MONDAY 15TH DECEMBER 1902
1105
On Question agreed to Bill read 3a accordingly
1109
1132
1131
FOURTH SERIES 9
1137
BRITISH TRADERS ON THE CONGO
1143
Militia and Yeomanry Bill Order read for resuming Adjourned Debate
1157
On Question That subSection 3 stand part of the Clause their Lordships
1161
Lord Balfour of Burleigh
1167
Amendment moved
1175
agreed
1179
Clause 37 as amended agreed
1181
DISEASES OF ANIMALS Acts 1894 AND 1896 Copies presented of six Orders
1197
THE CHINESE REGIMENT Question Sir Charles Dilke Answer Mr Brodrick
1211
Education England and Wales Bill Order read for consideration
1223
Clause
1245
Clause 16
1289
MERCHANT SHIPPINGBOARD OF TRADE CERTIFICATECOLOUR BLINDNESS
1327
Motion made and Question proposed That the Lords Amendments
1345
Mr Alfred Hutton Yorkshire W R Morley
1357
The next Amendment read a second time
1365
Amendment made
1371
Sir Thomas Esmonde Wexford N
1377
Amendment by leave withdrawn
1383
Ayes 165 Noes 194 Division List No 638
1401
Words inserted
1403
Duke of Norfolk
1409
FOURTH SERIES
1417
Board
1457
It being halfpast Seven of the Clock Mr Speaker proceeded to interrupt
1461
PUBLIC PETITIONS COMMITTEE Eleventh Report brought up and read to
1467
ISLAND OF LEWIS AND ROSSSHIREEPIDEMIC SICKNESS Questions Mr Weir
1469
Mr Caldwell Lanarkshire Mid
1475
MEDITERRANEAN SQUADRONRANKING OF INSPECTORS OF MACHINERY
1485
BELFAST POSTAL DELIVERIES Question Mr Sloan Belfast S Answer
1505
Amendment proposed
1543
Mr Samuel Evans
1573
Amendment agreed
1579
And afterwards His Majestys Most Gracious Speech was delivered to both
1605
Mr Lough Islington W
1627
LANE Fox ESTATE LEITRIM Question Mr ODowd Sligo S Answer Mr 1
1629
St Louis INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION 1903 Question Mr Alfred Davies
1637
295
1647
BUNCRANA DONEGAL MILITARY BARRACKS Question Mr ODoherty
1655
IST AND 2ND ARMY CORPS Question Mr Pirie Answer Mr Brodrick
1659
SOUTH AFRICAN WARKINGS MEDAL Question Major Rasch Essex
1671
agreed
1695
EDUCATION BillPOSITION OF CENTRAL WELSH BOARD Question
Clauses 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 and 47 agreed
1
Amendment negatived Clause 16 agreed
NEW ARMY CORPSCOMPOSITION OF STAFFS Question Mr Beckett Answer
Clause 11
SITTINGS OF THE HOUSE EXEMPTION FROM THE STANDING ORDER
383

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Sida 357 - ... and for that purpose shall apply all or so much as they deem necessary of the residue under section 1 of the local taxation (customs and excise) act, 1890, and shall carry forward for the like purpose any balance thereof which may remain unexpended...
Sida 1063 - ... in place of the existing managers, have a body of managers consisting of a number of foundation managers not exceeding four appointed as provided by this Act, together with a number of managers not exceeding two appointed — (a) Where the local education authority are the Council of a county, one by that Council and one by the minor local authority...
Sida 359 - Act, and for that purpose, as respects that borough or district, the expression "local education authority" means the council of that borough or district. PART II HIGHER EDUCATION 2. — (1) The local education authority shall consider the educational needs of their area and take such steps as seem to them desirable, after consultation with the Board of Education, to supply or aid the supply of education other than elementary, and to promote the general co-ordination of all forms of education...
Sida 971 - Orders made in pursuance of this Section shall be laid before Parliament within Three Weeks after they are made, if Parliament be then sitting, and if Parliament be not then sitting, within Three Weeks after the Beginning of the then next Session of Parliament.
Sida 857 - An education committee may, subject to any directions of the council, appoint such and so many sub-committees, consisting either wholly or partly of members of the committee, as the committee thinks fit.

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