Pob 19 canlyniadau ar gyfer speaker:Mr Henry Rae

Orders of the Day — Private Business.: WEST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL (DRAINAGE) BILL. (By Order.) (26 Ebr 1923)

Mr Henry Rae: It will be within the recollection of Members of the House that during the later years of the War inquiries were held and investigations were made as to the possibility of bringing more land into cultivation, and so increasing the produce of the country. In the West Riding of Yorkshire those inquiries and investigations revealed a very grave state of affairs, and drew special attention to the...

Orders of the Day — Private Business.: WEST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL (DRAINAGE) BILL. (By Order.) (26 Ebr 1923)

Mr Henry Rae: As far as I know, the Hatfield Chase drainage authority was formed much after Vermuyden's time, but a great portion of their land was land that was rescued from marsh by him, and I understand that the West Riding County Council are perfectly willing to come to an arrangement with a drainage authority like the Hatfield Chase authority.

Orders of the Day — Private Business.: WEST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL (DRAINAGE) BILL. (By Order.) (26 Ebr 1923)

Mr Henry Rae: I think there will be no difficulty with that matter at all.

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: New Clause. — (Allowance for bad debts.) (28 Meh 1922)

Mr Henry Rae: I wish to support my hon. Friend in asking acceptance of this Clause. The merchanting class of the West Riding of Yorkshire have suffered very severely indeed. Perhaps I may best put the point to the Committee by giving two concrete cases. In the case of one firm, which I will call A.B., the final accounting period was 30th November, 1920. This firm had a large number of accounts, both home...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: New Clause. — (Super-tax on undistributed income of certain companies.) (27 Meh 1922)

Mr Henry Rae: I beg to move, in Sub-section (8), to leave out "1922–23," and to insert instead thereof "1923–24."

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 14. — (Super-tax on undistributed income of certain companies.) (20 Meh 1922)

Mr Henry Rae: The criticisms have been limited to very few speakers. There are other lines of thought which can he suggested by some who have not spoken. The hon. Member for Camlachie (Glasgow) (Sir H. Mackinder) says you have got individual concerns where the direction of these concerns is, practically speaking, vested in one person. He suggests that these companies should be dealt with in a different...

Civil Services and Revenue Depart- Ments Supplementary Estimate, 1921–22.: Class Ii. (22 Chw 1922)

Mr Henry Rae: This contract on concentrates is not the only contract between the English Government and Mr. Hughes as negotiator for the other side. I do not want to say anything against any efforts the President of the Board of Trade may put forward in order to get this contract cancelled, but assuming that Mr. Hughes is met and the case is put before him, what would Mr. Hughes say, or anybody else who...

Orders of the Day — Ways and Means [11TH May]: Safeguarding of Industries. (31 Mai 1921)

Mr Henry Rae: I sat during the War for eighteen months on a Board of Trade Committee that amongst other matters investigated the question of the lack of certain articles which were necessary for carrying on the War, and which, at all events for a long time, we were not able to manufacture, even to a small extent, in this country. Rightly or wrongly—and I think rightly—we came to the conclusion to...

Orders of the Day — Ways and Means [11TH May]: Safeguarding of Industries. (31 Mai 1921)

Mr Henry Rae: Here, again, we have Members suggesting that the Government should do it—the very Members who have been fighting tooth and nail against Government control and Government interference. I think there is a good deal of insincerity in this opposition. The hon. Member for Oldham (Sir W. Barton) talked about the embarrassing of trade and employment, but anyone who knows anything at all about the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Boundaries Extension (Local Inquiries — Cost). (27 Hyd 1920)

Mr Henry Rae: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that the City of Bradford have refused to come to such an arrangement with some of the small authorities who are willing to work on those lines?

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Boundaries Extension (Local Inquiries — Cost). (27 Hyd 1920)

Mr Henry Rae: Is not that all the more reason why the right hon. Gentleman should exercise his powers to defer the inquiry until the special Committee has been appointed to report to the House on the whole question?

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill. (12 Gor 1920)

Mr Henry Rae: On the Second Reading of the Finance Bill, we had a promise from the Financial Secretary that he and the Chancellor of the Exchequer would try to find out where the shoe pinched, and that they would try to ease the shoe, and I think we are justified in asking ourselves whether they are trying to redeem their promise. As the hon. Member for Rossendale (Mr. Waddington) has well said, despite...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill. (12 Gor 1920)

Mr Henry Rae: If this Amendment is accepted in the sense indicated by the Chancellor of the Exchequer it will result in a very great grievance indeed. I was a member of a tribunal and knew of case after case of men who were sent to the Front, cases of men who were the proprietors of one-man businesses. Those businesses had to be closed entirely during their absence, and they have reopened them since their...

Orders of the Day — Indemnity Bill. ( 3 Mai 1920)

Mr Henry Rae: I rise to address the House on this Bill with some hesitation, for the simple reason that I have a case against the Government which is unsettled. I have consulted some of my Friends who have been for many years Members of this House, and they have advised me to be perfectly frank with the House, and then to state what I know of the particular requisitions that have taken place. After the...

Orders of the Day — Indemnity Bill. ( 3 Mai 1920)

Mr Henry Rae: I have always thought the cases of which I am speaking sue under 2 (b), and so they do. Therefore, I am very glad I understood the Solicitor-General aright. I will read out some of these Government valuations, and the prices at which they have actually taken wool. Here is a list of some 461 bales, representing some 460,000 lbs. of wool— Government price 20¼d., cost price 24¾d.;Government...

Orders of the Day — Indemnity Bill. ( 3 Mai 1920)

Mr Henry Rae: I am not a legal gentleman, so I am forced to try to understand matters as a plain business man, and I understand—

Orders of the Day — Indemnity Bill. ( 3 Mai 1920)

Mr Henry Rae: If there is to be a cost price with a reasonable profit, surely that is to be a cost price with reasonable profit all round, and no less. Not only has one had' to put up with this sort of thing, but these monarchs, who have had this power under the Defence of the Realm Act, wield it in a way that follows the spirit of Louis Quatorze, who said, l'etat c'est moi. I myself was threatened with 28...

Oral Answers to Questions — Wool Storage. (24 Gor 1919)

Mr Henry Rae: 41. asked the President of the Board of Trade if he is aware that port warehouses in London and elsewhere are seriously congested; if he is aware that railway -warehouses in the West Riding of Yorkshire and elsewhere, which formerly were largely devoted to the storage of wool, are at present sparsely occupied; and if he will take steps to ensure that these premises be quickly made available...

Oral Answers to Questions — Naval and Military Pensions and Grants.: Case for Inquiry. ( 3 Meh 1919)

Mr Henry Rae: 73. asked the Pensions Minister if he will state what steps he proposes to take to grant suitable and sufficient pension allowances to the guardians of the two children of Private Deakin, No. 12091, Grenadier Guards, who died of wounds received in action on 12th July, 1915, aged respectively ten years and five years, whose mother died in June, 1917, and since which date no grants or...


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