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BOROUGH FUNDS ACTS AMENDMENT BILL Petition from Bethnal Green
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POSTAL EMPLOYEES AND THE CORONATION Questions Mr Soames Norfolk
11
EDUCATION OF THE DEAF AND DUMB IN IRELAND Question Mr T
11
SEVENTH VOLUME OF SESSION 1902
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Intermediate Education Board Ireland Annual Report for the year
11
April 28
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May 12
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April 18
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Mr Speaker reported the Royal Assent to a number of Bills See page 1
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RAILWAY Bills GROUP 3 Leave given to the Committee to make a Special
21
SOUTH AFRICAN WAREXECUTION OF COMMANDANT SCHEEPERS Questions
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CRIMES ACT PROSECUTIONS Question Mr Dillon Answer Mr Atkinson 628
25
April 29
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GRAPE SUGAR AND THE FLOUR DUTY Question Mr Kimber Wandsworth
37
Evictions Ireland Return of Evictions in Ireland for the quarter ended
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MUNICIPAL TRADING Question Mr Kimber Answer Mr A J Balfour 50
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The House toet at Two of the clock
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Page
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Any additional Estimate for any new service or matter not included
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Question
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May 6
73
Amendment made
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Page
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Question
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presented the business of Supply shall until disposed of be the first Order
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Mr Chaplin
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Amendment by leave withdrawn
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Mr A J Balfour
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Page
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in line 7 inclusive Mr Fuller
137
Adjourned at five minutes after Twelve oclock
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Education Board Provisional Orders Confirmation Barnes etc Bill
145
PRIVATE BILLS STANDING ORDER 62 COMPLIED WITHMr Speaker laid
149
EDUCATION ENGLAND AND WALES BILL Petition from Brighouse against
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SPION KOP DESPATCHES Question Mr Swift MacNeill Answer Mr Brodrick
153
Ayes 85 Noes 148 Division List No 159
159
Metropolitan District Railway Bill Reported with Amendments Report
163
SOLICITORS BILL LORDS Read the first time to be read a second time upon
173
Mr Pirie
175
Mr A J BALFOUR claimed That the words If the Motion is so sup
183
QUESTIONS TO MEMBERS
187
be reached before five minutes before Three of the clock Mr A
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Ayes 258 Noes 164 Division List No 145
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Mr OShee Waterford W
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Ayes 221 Noes 136 Division List No 149
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Amendment proposed to the Amendment to the proposed Amendment
249
Amendment proposed to the proposed Amendment
263
Mr A J BALFOUR rose in his place and claimed to move That
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152
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Ayes 148 Noes 86 Division List No 160
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Amendment proposed to the Standing Order
287
Original Question again proposed That the words on the Notice Paper
301
Question proposedThat those words be there inserted in the proposed
307
Amendment proposed to the proposed Amendment
309
ten shall thereupon rise in their places the House shull or a division upon
313
The House met at Twelve of the clock
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SHOPS Early CLOSING Petition from Fort William for legislation to
335
Question put and agreed
347
Amendment proposedTo leave out the word now and at the end
365
It being halfpast Five of the clock the debate stood adjourned
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THURSDAY 1st MAY 1902
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RAILWAY ACCIDENTS Returns of Accidents and Casualties as reported to
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PENAL SERVITUDE ACTS 1853 to 1891 CONDITIONAL LICENCE Licence
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morrow halfpast Ten oclock
409
Darley Dale Water Bill LORDS Read the third time and passed with
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RAILWAY BILLS GROUP No 3 Mr HENRY HOBHOUSE reported from
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HAULBOWLINE DOCKYARDORDNANCE DEPARTMENT LABOURERS Question
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R A M C OFFICERS Question Mr Lambert Answer Lord Stanley
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STEAMSHIP SUBSIDIES COMMITTEETRANSATLANTIC SHIPPING COMBINATION
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SUBVENTION OF MERCHANT STEAMERS FOR WAR SERVICE Questions Sir John
427
LONDON AND INDIA DOCKS VARIOUS POWERS Bill Question Mr Kimber
437
BURREN CLARE POSTMASTERSHIP Question Mr Boland Answer
441
CAPE CLEAR ISLAND FISHERIES Question Mr Gilhooly Cork Co W
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IRISH SALT BUTTER INDUSTRY Questions Mr Joyce Mr Flavin Kerry N
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NEW PROCEDURE RULES
495
Amendment proposed
511
Major Rasch Essex Chelmsford
515
Other Amendments made to the Standing Order
587
STANDING ORDER No 1 SITTINGS OF THE HOUSE
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THE LORD CHANCELLOR acquainted the House that the Clerk of the Parlia
597
Page
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Metropolitan Railway Bill
607
SALE OF INTOXICATING LIQUORS ON SUNDAY BILL Petitions in favour From
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BRITISH CONSUL AT KOBÉ Question Mr Weir Ross and Cromarty
615
STORNOWAY MAIL BOATS Questions Mr Weir Answers The President
617
INCREASE OF PUBLIC EXPENDITURE Questions Mr Winston Churchill Oldham
635
False Characters Bill For the better prevention of giving False Characters
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Amendment proposed
661
It being halfpast Seven of the clock the debate was suspended until
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May 8
727
It being Midnight the debate stood adjourned
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Islington and Euston Railway Bill H L Report from the Select Com
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Light Load Line Bill H 1 SECOND READING Order of the day for
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LOCAL GOVERNMENT IRELAND PROVISIONAL ORDERS HOUSING OF WORKING
791
Swindon United Gas Bill LORDS West Hampshire Water Bill LORDS
793
CANAL TRAFFIC BILL Petition from Walsall in favour to lie upon the Table
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MAHARAJAH OF PANNA Question Mr Weir Answer Lord G Hamilton
801
Order read for resuming Adjourned Debate on Amendment proposed 8th
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Sir Edward Grey Northumberland Berwick
821
Lord Hugh Cecil Greenwich
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No 162
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It being halfpast Seven of the clock the debate was suspended until
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TEDDINGTON DISTRICT WATER CHARGES Question Mr Weir Answer
915
May7
937
Burch POLICE AND PUBLIC HEALTH SCOTLAND BILL Petition from Perth
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PADDINGTON TELEPHONE SERVICE Question Mr Lloyd Morgan Carmar
945
PUBLIC PETITIONS COMMITTEE Fifth Report brought up and read to
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Col Pilkington Lancashire Newton
951
COMPULSORY REGISTRATION OF LAND TITLES Question Mr Butcher York
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The First Lord of the Treasury Mr A J Balfour Manchester E
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Mr Dillon Mayo E 1046
1045
Ordered That the Bill be read a second time
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From Carlisle
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IRISH INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION BOARD PROGRAMME AND RULES Ques
1073
SOUTH AFRICAEXTENSION OF NATAL BOUNDARY Questions Mr Markham
1077
FUZE TIME RingsQuestion Captain Norton Newington W Answer
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EDUCATIONAL STATISTICSSCHOOLS AND CHILDREN Questions Sir John
1089
CORK LAND APPEALS Question Mr Flynn Cork Co N Answer
1091
Question
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the further Standing Orders applicable to the following Bills have been
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FRESHWATER Fish SCOTLAND BILL Petition from Dunfermline in favour
1225
From Longport Sneyd Green Stan
1227
Main Question put and agreed
1281
Bill read a second time and committed for Monday next
1299
Great Northern and City Railway Bill H L NorthWest London
1301
RETURNS REPORTS
1303
THE DISASTER IN THE WEST INDIES
1305
Amendment by leave of the House withdrawn
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Local Government Provisional Orders No
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North Eastern Railway Bill As amended considered A Clause added
1325
MESSAGE FROM THE LORDS That they have agreed to Shepton Mallet
1327
LUNACY Copy of Report to the Lord Chancellor of the number of visits made
1329
MOTOR CAR MAIL SERVICE IN SCOTTISH CONGESTED DISTRICTS Question
1339
BRUSSELS SUGAR CONVENTION Question Sir Howard Vincent Answer
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PICCADILLY WIDENING Question Mr Coghill StokeonTrent Answer
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cellor of the Exchequer Sir M Hicks Beach Bristol W
1367
Amendment proposed
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Mr Robson South Shields
1393
It being halfpast Seven of the clock the debate was suspended until
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Debate adjourned till tomorrow
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Motion by leave withdrawn
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GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES AND WIFE MAINTENANCE Question Mr Joyce
1497
COWDENBEATH RAILWAY STATION Question Mr John Hope Fifeshire W
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EDUCATION BILLUPKEEP OF SCHOOL BUILDINGS Question Sir John
1521
BETHNAL GREEN GUARDIANSGROVE PARK WORKHOUSE Question Lord
1525
PREVENTION OF RAILWAY ACCIDENTS RULES Question Mr Bell Derby
1539
EDUCATION RATES Question Mr Bartley Islington N Answer Sir John
1549
INDIAN FAMINEIRRIGATION IN THE CUTCH STATE Question Sir John Leng
Kent Water
FOURTH SERIES
BANKRUPTCY ACT 1883 PROCEEDINGS Account presented showing Receipts
THAMES CONSERVANCY General Report and Accounts of the Conservators
IRISH FAIRS_PRICES OF STOCK Question Mr Lundon Answer
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lix. oldal - House, unless a member rising in his place shall propose to move the adjournment for the purpose of discussing a definite matter of urgent public importance...
589. oldal - If a motion for leave to introduce a Bill is opposed, the Speaker, after permitting, if he thinks fit, a brief explanatory statement from the member who moves and from the member who opposes the motion may without further debate put the question.
xcv. oldal - House for the purpose of discussing a definite matter of urgent public importance and state the matter.
399. oldal - Prisoner at the bar, you have been convicted before me of what the law regards as a very grave and serious offence : that of going through the marriage ceremony a second time while your wife was still alive. You plead in mitigation of your conduct that she was given to dissipation and drunkenness, that she proved herself a curse to your household while she remained mistress of it, and that she had latterly deserted you ; but I am not permitted to recognize any such plea.
53. oldal - Not more than twenty days, being days before the 5th of August, shall be allotted for the consideration of the Annual Estimates, for the Army, Navy, and Civil Services, including Votes on Account. The days allotted shall not include any day on which...
li. oldal - ... question must appear at latest on the notice paper circulated on the day before that on which an answer is desired. (5) If any Member does not distinguish his question by an asterisk or if he is not present to ask it, or if it is not reached by a quarter past three of the clock...
15. oldal - Majesty's inspectors, so, however, that it shall be no part of the duties of such inspector to inquire into any instruction in religious subjects given at such school, or to examine any scholar therein in religious knowledge or in any religious subject or book: (4.) The school shall be conducted in accordance with the conditions required to be fulfilled by an elementary school in order to obtain an annual parliamentary grant.
xxiii. oldal - Thursday, unless the house otherwise order on the motion of a minister of the Crown, moved at the commencement of public business, to be decided without amendment or debate.
xxiii. oldal - Expenditure, or for any new service not included in the ordinary Estimates for the year, shall not be included in the computation of the twenty days aforesaid.
xxix. oldal - Provided also that on motion made after notice, to be decided without amendment or debate, additional time, not exceeding three days, may be allotted for the purposes aforesaid, either before or after the 5th of August.

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