Canlyniadau 1–20 o 301 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Alexander Livingstone

Oral Answers to Questions — Local Government and Rating.: Scotland. (20 Rha 1928)

Mr Alexander Livingstone: 50. asked the Secretary of State for Scotland whether his Department has issued instructions whereby the method of rating a croft in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland has been altered?

Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office.: Stornoway (Wireless Station). (18 Rha 1928)

Mr Alexander Livingstone: 63. asked the Postmaster-General whether, in view of the recommendations of the Stornoway Town Council and the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, he will arrange for the reopening of the wireless station at Stornoway in order that it may be available in any emergency which may arise during the breakdown of the cable, which frequently happens?

Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office.: Stornoway (Wireless Station). (18 Rha 1928)

Mr Alexander Livingstone: Is the right hon. Gentleman not aware that the question of saving human life arises in this matter?

Orders of the Day — Western Highlands and Islands (Transport Services) Bill. (20 Tach 1928)

Mr Alexander Livingstone: I have listened carefully to what has been said, and particularly to the conditions laid down by Sir Josiah Stamp. I want to make a few observations on the Bill itself, but I hope that nothing that I say will delay by one day the proposed improvement in transport in the Western Highlands and Islands of Scotland. In my view, the old company of David MacBrayne showed much public spirit in...

Orders of the Day — Western Highlands and Islands (Transport Services) Bill. (20 Tach 1928)

Mr Alexander Livingstone: On a point of Order. When an hon. Member hears a statement which is definitely and completely untrue regarding his views, has he any immediate redress?

Orders of the Day — Western Highlands and Islands of Scotland. (20 Tach 1928)

Mr Alexander Livingstone: I thank my hon. Friend for what he has said on behalf of the Port of Stornoway because Stornoway is the chief fishing port in Great Britain. I should very much like to join in the chorus of approval with which this contract has been received, but I find that I am quite unable to do so. I cannot give unqualified approval to the contemplated contract, and I shall tell the House why. I must give...

Orders of the Day — Western Highlands and Islands of Scotland. (20 Tach 1928)

Mr Alexander Livingstone: Will there be proper working connections between the railways and the steam boats? Will the early morning train connection with the Stornoway mail boat be restored?

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Post Office. (12 Gor 1928)

Mr Alexander Livingstone: On a point of Order. Would it be in order to invite the right hon. Gentleman to continue his speech, which we are all enjoying, and to give us another half-day?

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Post Office. (12 Gor 1928)

Mr Alexander Livingstone: This is a Liberal Supply day—half a day. We want to encourage the right hon. Gentleman to continue, for we are enjoying his speech. Will he give us another half day?

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Post Office. (12 Gor 1928)

Mr Alexander Livingstone: Before taking this discussion away up to the refreshing and fragrant zephyrs of the Western Isles, I should like to make one comment on the speech of my right hon. Friend who opened this Debate. His speech was long, but it was as interesting as it was long. I desire to make a few observations on the mail services to and from the Western Isles. If I speak plainly and with a certain amount of...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Post Office. (12 Gor 1928)

Mr Alexander Livingstone: Oh, yes. I will repeat that. The mail contract which he makes governs and controls the whole island transport system. The subsidy which is given by the Government gives a monopoly, and there can be no competition against the subsidised service. The measure of the efficiency of the mail service becomes the standard of the whole system of island communications. For instance if the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Subsidy and Loan (MR. Donald Gillies). (10 Gor 1928)

Mr Alexander Livingstone: 19. asked the Secretary of State for Scotland whether he is aware that Mr. Donald Gillies, 473, South Lochboisdale, who was promised a grant of £100 for a house to be completed by 23rd October, 1923, has been proceeded against in the Courts by the Board of Agriculture, because the house was not completed until 12 days later, on the 6th November; and, in view of the fact that the delay was...

Oral Answers to Questions — Housing.: Subsidy and Loan (MR. Donald Gillies). (10 Gor 1928)

Mr Alexander Livingstone: Will the hon. and gallant Member make further inquiries into this case, because, if my information is right, his is quite wrong?

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland.: Rating Relief. ( 3 Gor 1928)

Mr Alexander Livingstone: 20. asked the Secretary of State for Scotland whether it is intended that the Scottish crofter is to benefit to the same extent as other agricultural tenants under the new rating and valuation scheme?

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland.: Hospital Accommodation, North Uist. (12 Meh 1928)

Mr Alexander Livingstone: 18. asked the Secretary of State for Scot- land whether he will cause inquiries to be made into the need for hospital accommodation in the island of North Uist?

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland.: Highland School Children (Scottish MoD). (12 Meh 1928)

Mr Alexander Livingstone: 19. asked the Secretary of State for Scotland whether, in view of the fact that Gaelic-speaking pupils in Highland schools who attend the Scottish Mod as competitors, with the full approval of, and in company with, their teachers, are marked absent in the school registers; and, in view of the special educational value of the Mod to Highland children, will he arrange that in future they will...

Western Highlands and Islands of Scotland. (11 Meh 1928)

Mr Alexander Livingstone: I beg to move, in line 4, after the word "Limited," to insert the words: and to consider any alternative scheme whereby more adequate provision could be made.

Oral Answers to Questions — Mineral Resources, Scotland (Survey). ( 7 Mai 1928)

Mr Alexander Livingstone: 38. asked the Secretary of State for Scotland whether he will consider the desirability of arranging, by a commission or otherwise, for a complete geophysical survey of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, in order that the mineral resources of those regions may be scientifically explored?

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland.: Hebridean Steamer Services (Contract). ( 2 Mai 1928)

Mr Alexander Livingstone: 47. asked the Prime Minister if he will state when he proposes to take the discussion on the Resolution in connection with the contract between the Postmaster-General and Messrs. David MacBrayne, Limited, for the maintenance of certain passenger and cargo sea services in the Western Islands and Highlands of Scotland and for the conveyance of mails?

Oral Answers to Questions — Hebridean Steamer Services. (19 Ebr 1928)

Mr Alexander Livingstone: 44. asked the Secretary of State for Scotland whether he has any further statement to make on the Hebridean steamer service?


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