Canlyniadau 1–20 o 764 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Walter Smith

Income Tax.: Profits on Conversion of Government Securities. (17 Med 1931)

Mr Walter Smith: May I point out that in the early stages of the Debate Mr. Speaker ruled against a wide discussion taking place on this Amendment, and pointed out that certain arguments which hon. Members wished to use could only be brought forward when the discussion on this Amendment was closed.

Income Tax.: Profits on Conversion of Government Securities. (17 Med 1931)

Mr Walter Smith: Those of us who sit on this side of the House wi11 be greatly disappointed by the observations of the hon. and gallant. Member. He spoke of a total revenue of £1,000,000 for this year, but I gather that is the total that will be raised from the whole of the increases under the Entertainments Duty, and that he realises that the great bulk of that, £1,000,000 must come from entertainments...

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland.: Forest Workers' Holdings. (29 Gor 1931)

Mr Walter Smith: The Forestry Commissioners have established 235 forest workers' holdings in Scotland to date on land acquired by them, the total acreage of such holdings being 1,081 and the average acreage 4½ and rental £11. The rents of the holdings have not been fixed by the court and the holders are not registered, the reason being that the tenancies are subject to service and employment. They continue...

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland.: Afforestation. (29 Gor 1931)

Mr Walter Smith: The Forestry Commissioners during the past year acquired land for afforestation purposes in Scotland at the average rate of approximately £2 10s. per plantable acre. Feus are fixed by negotiation. In the case of grazing land the Commissioners keep carefully in view the market value for grazing purposes and do not pay greater prices unless some well-defined advantage is thereby secured.

Oral Answers to Questions — Forestry Workers (Holidays). (28 Gor 1931)

Mr Walter Smith: The Commissioners have discussed the matter and still have it under consideration.

Oral Answers to Questions — Forestry Workers (Holidays). (28 Gor 1931)

Mr Walter Smith: I would not like to say that, as I do not know how long the inquiry may take. The Commissioners are engaged in ascertaining certain facts, and I hope that a decision will be arrived at soon.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce.: Overseas Trade (Statistics). (27 Gor 1931)

Mr Walter Smith: For years subsequent to 1924 the volume of British trade has only been calculated on the basis of values in that year. I will circulate in the OFFICIAL REPORT a table giving the estimated values of the imports, exports and re exports during the period January to June of each of the years 1924 to 1931, based on the average values of the same period of 1924.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce.: United States (Imports and Exports). (22 Gor 1931)

Mr Walter Smith: I will circulate the information in the OFFICIAL REPORT.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce.: United States (Imports and Exports). (22 Gor 1931)

Mr Walter Smith: As they cover a period of years, the hon. Member had better see the figures when published.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce.: United States (Imports and Exports). (22 Gor 1931)

Mr Walter Smith: I would refer the hon. Member to the reply given to the question on this subject asked by the hon. Member for Shipley (Mr. Lockwood) on the 16th June.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce.: Russian Leather (Imports). (22 Gor 1931)

Mr Walter Smith: During the year 1930, the total imports of upper leather into the United Kingdom registered as consigned from the Soviet Union amounted to 331,800 square feet, valued at. £19,600, while during the first four months of 1931 they were 488,700 square feet, valued at £24,600. I have no information regarding the second part of the question.

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce.: Russian Leather (Imports). (22 Gor 1931)

Mr Walter Smith: No, I have no information upon that point.

Oral Answers to Questions — Company Law. (22 Gor 1931)

Mr Walter Smith: I cannot undertake to introduce legislation on the lines proposed by my hon. Friend.

Oral Answers to Questions — Forestry Workers (Wages). (22 Gor 1931)

Mr Walter Smith: The facts are not as stated. The lowest rate paid this year to piece workers at the centres named was approximately 69s. for one fortnight, while at other times the rates have been higher.

Oral Answers to Questions — Forestry Workers (Wages). (22 Gor 1931)

Mr Walter Smith: Certainly. If my hon. Friend has any information which he can let me have and which indicates that the facts at my disposal are not complete, I shall certainly be very glad to give the matter consideration.

Oral Answers to Questions — Forestry Workers. (16 Gor 1931)

Mr Walter Smith: The present practice is that forest workers are given the annual paid holidays provided for in the orders of the respective agricultural wages committees, subject to a minimum of two days.

Oral Answers to Questions — Forestry Workers. (16 Gor 1931)

Mr Walter Smith: I will bring that matter before my right hon. Friend.

Oral Answers to Questions — Forestry Workers. (16 Gor 1931)

Mr Walter Smith: At Hamsterley Grove the hours of work are now 50 per week. Twenty-five men are employed at 35s. per week and eight boys at from 15s. to 26s. In summer work starts at 7 o'clock and ends at 5. In winter it starts at 8 and ends at 4.30. On Saturdays work ends at noon. In Chopwell Woods the hours of work are now 50 per week. Six; men are employed at from 35s. to 38s. per week and 12 boys at from...

Oral Answers to Questions — Forestry Workers. (16 Gor 1931)

Mr Walter Smith: The wages of these men were increased comparatively recently by raising the minimum rate from 30s. to 35s.

Oral Answers to Questions — Forestry Workers. (16 Gor 1931)

Mr Walter Smith: At Hamsterley Grove there are 13 holdings, two cottages and the forester's house. In Chopwell Woods there are four holdings, three cottages and the forester's house.


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