Canlyniadau 1–20 o 1950 ar gyfer speaker:Sir James Macpherson

League of Nations and Abyssinia. (19 Rha 1935)

Sir James Macpherson: Before addressing myself to the Amendment to which my name is attached I wish to associate myself with all that has been said about my right hon. Friend the Member for Chelsea (Sir S. Hoare). I do not think he has ever shown himself possessed of greater dignity than he did this afternoon. The House always knows where my hon. and learned Friend the Member for East Bristol (Sir S. Cripps)...

League of Nations and Abyssinia. (19 Rha 1935)

Sir James Macpherson: May I recall to the House what actually happened? There was no doubt when the Motion was being moved as to what was implied by it. It implied a definite vote of censure on the Government and a definite vote of censure on the honour of the Prime Minister. [HON. MEMBERS: "No!"] It is not in accordance with the traditions of the House that when a Minister, particularly a Prime Minister, comes...

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland.: Seine-Net Fishing, Moray Firth. (24 Hyd 1935)

Sir James Macpherson: 55. asked the Secretary of State for Scotland whether he is aware that the fishermen of Avoch, Cromarty, Balintore, and Portmahomack complain of the damage done by seine-net fishing in the Moray Firth; whether there have been any prosecutions recently for this offence; and whether, in order to prevent any further damage being done to the fishing grounds there, he will take steps to provide...

Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office.: Rural Telephone Service (Concessions). (31 Gor 1935)

Sir James Macpherson: Can the right hon. Gentleman say when the kiosks will be provided, particularly in the north of Scotland?

Orders of the Day — Housing (Scotland) Bill. ( 3 Gor 1935)

Sir James Macpherson: I should like to add my tribute to those which have been paid to the Under-Secretary for the ability and lucidity of his opening speech. I do not propose to take part in the domestic quarrel between the right hon. Gentleman the Member for Hillhead (Sir R. Horne) and the hon. Member who has just spoken. I associate myself with the right hon. Gentleman in the hope that his gloomy imaginings...

Oral Answers to Questions — Navy, Army, and Air Expenditure, 1933. ( 2 Gor 1935)

Sir James Macpherson: Are we to have Scottish business on that day or not? That date was promised for Scottish business.

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Department of Health for Scotland. (28 Meh 1935)

Sir James Macpherson: On a point of Order. We are discussing to-day the two most important Votes, as far as Scotland is concerned, and I should like to ask you, Captain Bourne, in view of the fact that this is a very short day, whether you will guide the Committee as to how long the first Vote will be likely to take. Next week we have a long discussion in front of us, for two or three days anyhow, on housing, and...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Department of Health for Scotland. (28 Meh 1935)

Sir James Macpherson: A great many of my colleagues are very anxious to speak on an important subject which is down for debate later, and consequently I shall only detain the Committee for a minute or two. I should like to preface my remarks by congratulating my hon. Friend the Under-Secretary of State on his reappearance in the House in his pristine vigour. We are delighted to see him and to know that he is once...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Department of Health for Scotland. (28 Meh 1935)

Sir James Macpherson: I quite agree with my right hon. and gallant Friend when he says the statements were not his, but he gave them to the Committee as the statements of a doctor, a Scotsman, who had been in Malay. Not only do I say that the equipment in the Highland hospitals is better—I refer particularly to the Royal Infirmary in Inverness—but I say that the services are better. You have types of doctors...

Orders of the Day — Class Vi.: Department of Agriculture, Scotland. (28 Meh 1935)

Sir James Macpherson: On a point of Order. Is not my hon. Friend perfectly in order in dealing with transport, because it affects the cost of sheep stock, and if transport is bad it has a very grievous affect on the costs of sheep stock.

Orders of the Day — Class Vi.: Department of Agriculture, Scotland. (28 Meh 1935)

Sir James Macpherson: Hear, hear.

Orders of the Day — Class Vi.: Department of Agriculture, Scotland. (28 Meh 1935)

Sir James Macpherson: The other day I ventured to bring to the notice of my right hon. Friend a memorandum on behalf of the smallholders in the Highlands of Scotland. It is a very remarkable memorandum and is signed by no fewer than 700 smallholders. The grievance is not local; it is a general grievance which is felt in every corner of the Highlands. I did not quite agree with my hon. Friend the Member for West...

Orders of the Day — Class Vi.: Department of Agriculture, Scotland. (28 Meh 1935)

Sir James Macpherson: Yes, Newfoundland. It was done there. But if we ask for something for the people of our country, who have made the Empire, what happens? We are told that they are under a moral obligation to do this or under a statutory obligation to do that. No one has a more profound respect for the Secretary of State than I have. He is trying his level best to do things, but may I draw his attention to the...

Orders of the Day — Class Vi.: Department of Agriculture, Scotland. (28 Meh 1935)

Sir James Macpherson: When the right hon. Gentleman is making inquiries of the Farmers' Union is he also making inquiries of the farm servants?

Orders of the Day — Class Vi.: Department of Agriculture, Scotland. (28 Meh 1935)

Sir James Macpherson: And the farm servants?

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland.: Smallholders, Highlands. (25 Meh 1935)

Sir James Macpherson: 14. asked the Secretary of State for Scotland whether he will state, with regard to the petition and memorandum on behalf of 700 smallholders in the counties of Sutherland, Ross and Cromarty, Inverness, and Argyll, praying that immediate and earnest consideration be given to the grievous plight of the smallholding community in the Highland areas, what steps have been taken to review the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland.: Smallholders, Highlands. (25 Meh 1935)

Sir James Macpherson: If I raise this point on Friday on the Estimates, will the right hon. Gentleman be in a position to make any statement?

Business of the House. (25 Meh 1935)

Sir James Macpherson: Friday is a short day; is it the only day on which we are to have the Scottish Estimates?

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: New Clause. — (Amendment of 10 & 11 Geo. 5, c. 18, s. 3.) (24 Meh 1935)

Sir James Macpherson: I rise to reinforce the arguments which have been put forward by my hon. Friend the Member for Inverness (Sir M. Macdonald) and my hon. and learned Friend the Member for Argyll (Mr. Macquisten). I listened with great interest to the speech of the hon. Member for Westhoughton (Mr. Rhys Davies) as I do to almost every speech he delivers, and the gist of his remarks appeared to me to be an...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 16. — (Income Tax for 1935–36.) (19 Meh 1935)

Sir James Macpherson: Where did the hon. Member get these figures?


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