Canlyniadau 181–200 o 1102 ar gyfer speaker:Sir Robert Hamilton

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture.: House of Commons (Refreshment Department). (19 Chw 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: 30. asked the hon. Baronet the Member for Ipswich, as Chairman of the Kitchen Committee, if hon. Members may be provided with the outlines of the pension scheme for servants to which they have been invited to contribute?

Orders of the Day — Sale of Fish on Commission Bill. (16 Chw 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: I beg to second the Motion. My hon. Friend has explained very lucidly the objects of the Bill. As he has stated, the Bill has been recommended for a number of years past, and it has always been a matter of regret to me that some step was not taken earlier to place a Bill of this nature on the Statute Book. It covers, of course, all sales of fish, whether by important and powerful companies or...

Orders of the Day — Sale of Fish on Commission Bill. (16 Chw 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: It was done in Paris.

Orders of the Day — Sale of Fish on Commission Bill. (16 Chw 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: Very little.

Orders of the Day — Sale of Fish on Commission Bill. (16 Chw 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: There is no restriction whatever on sale here. In the other Bill there was.

Orders of the Day — Sale of Fish on Commission Bill. (16 Chw 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: Horticultural produce?

Import Duties Act, 1932. (15 Chw 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: The case for the traders who have been hit by the manner of the imposition of this duty has been so ably put that I will not attempt to say anything further on the point, except that I think the case is one which the Government must answer. It is a case which has appealed to the sympathies of the whole House, and if the traders were left in the position in which they have been put without any...

Import Duties Act, 1932. (15 Chw 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: These are figures that were given in answer to a question.

Import Duties Act, 1932. (15 Chw 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: "Reduced production" are the words used in the report. The committee say that there has been a reduced production in late years, and I do not quite understand the grounds upon which they base that, because it does not seem to be entirely in accordance with the facts. Imports have kept fairly steady, varying up and down relatively to home production. It has definitely to be borne in mind that...

Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office.: Wireless Telephony (Lerwick and Whalsay Skerries). ( 5 Chw 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: 32. asked the Postmaster-General if he can state when telephonic communication by wireless will be established between Lerwick and the Whalsay Skerries?

Orders of the Day — Matrimonial Causes Bill. ( 2 Chw 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: May I ask the hon. and learned Gentleman to give us the title of the association?

Orders of the Day — Unemployment Bill.: Clause 11. — (Amendment as to anomalies regulations.) ( 1 Chw 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: I do not wish to go over the ground that has been covered by the hon. Member for Barnstaple (Sir B. Peto), but I think it would be for the interest of the Committee if hon. Members who wish to take part in this Debate put cases with which they are personally acquainted before the Committee, because there are a number of various classes of seasonal workers who are affected in different parts...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education.: Arabs, Mombasa. (31 Ion 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: 13. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether the comments of the Governor of Kenya upon the petition forwarded by the Arab community in Mombasa have yet been received; and whether a reply has been returned to him?

Trade with Russia. (31 Ion 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: On a point of Order. May I ask, Mr. Speaker, whether it is in order for an hon. Member to refer to Russia as an avowedly hostile State?

Trade with Russia. (31 Ion 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: Was not the quantity 1,000,000 barrels?

Orders of the Day — Agricultural Marketing Acts, 1931 and 1933. (19 Rha 1933)

Sir Robert Hamilton: It is a little difficult for anyone who is not fully conversant with the details of potato-growing and selling to criticise a plan of such complexity as this one. These schemes are presented to the House in order to ascertain whether the House likes them or not. We cannot alter them. We can either accept or reject them. Frankly, I would say at the outset that there are a good many matters in...

Orders of the Day — Agricultural Marketing Acts, 1931 and 1933. (19 Rha 1933)

Sir Robert Hamilton: I am glad that that defect has now been remedied, because this is a scheme that needs all the light that can be thrown upon it. As I was saying when the interruption occurred, there is a very considerable difference between this Scheme and the Bacon Scheme, which we recently had before the House. That Scheme was a Scheme for advance and development, whereas this Scheme is a Scheme for...

Orders of the Day — Agricultural Marketing Acts, 1931 and 1933. (19 Rha 1933)

Sir Robert Hamilton: There was a safeguard in the Act. What I was going on to say was this, that the Minister said that it is a producers' scheme, framed by what is called practical people. He laid great stress upon the statement that it was framed by people who were practically engaged in producing potatoes. He said that it was a scheme which had been produced by the potato growers and that they think that they...

Orders of the Day — Agricultural Marketing Acts, 1931 and 1933. (19 Rha 1933)

Sir Robert Hamilton: I thought I heard someone say "No."

Orders of the Day — Agricultural Marketing Acts, 1931 and 1933. (19 Rha 1933)

Sir Robert Hamilton: Yes, one district with six representatives. I do not wish to take up the time of the House unduly, because many hon. Members wish to say what they think about this scheme. I would ask the House to look at the Clauses to which the hon. Member for the Don Valley referred, because they are the kernel and basis of the scheme. If anyone wishes to sell potatoes under the scheme he has either to be...


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