Canlyniadau 21–40 o 1102 ar gyfer speaker:Sir Robert Hamilton

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport.: Northern Rhodesia (Disturbances). ( 5 Meh 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: Will the terms of reference of the Committee be wide enough to allow them to consider the general economic conditions of the country, or will they be confined merely to the trouble at the mine?

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland.: Milk Prices. (29 Mai 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: 44. asked the Secretary of State for Scotland whether he can explain why the summer price of 2s. charged to consumers for milk in Scotland, where there is a much larger surplus of milk than in England, should be higher than the summer price. in many parts of England; and what steps have been taken this summer by the consumers' committee to secure a reduction of the price?

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland.: Milk Prices. (29 Mai 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: 47. asked the. Secretary of State for Scotland whether he can state the price which the cheese factories in Scotland pay at present for milk for manufacturing purposes; and. what price per gallon of milk was received by farmer cheese makers in the. Southwest of Scotland and the level producers in the East of Scotland, respectively, in the years1934 and 1935?

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland.: Milk Marketing Scheme. (29 Mai 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: 48. asked the Secretary of State for Scotland whether he is aware that the Scottish Milk Marketing Board receives a payment from the English Marketing Board as compensation for refraining from sending Scottish milk into England; what is the amount of such annual payment; and how is the payment disposed of by the Scottish Milk Marketing Board?

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland.: Milk Marketing Scheme. (29 Mai 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: Can the right hon. Gentleman give an answer stating the amount of the annual payments made by the English Marketing Board to the Scottish Marketing Board?

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland.: Milk Marketing Scheme. (29 Mai 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: Would itbe correct to say that it would be in the neighbourhood of £150,000 7

Clause 141. — (Prior sanction of Governor General required to Bills affecting taxation in which Provinces are interested.) (27 Mai 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: I hope we shall be told clearly why this matter has been removed from the Instrument of Instructions. At first sight it seems much more suitable to be in the Instructions to the Governor than in a Bill setting up the Constitution.

Herring Industry Act, 1935. (24 Mai 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: The right hon Gentleman the Minister of Agriculture introduced this Motion in a very sympathetic manner, as one would naturally expect of a Minister who has taken such interest in the whole of the herring industry, and a Minister who comes from a country where the industry bulks so much more largely in the social structure than it does in England. The right hon. Gentleman was very guarded as...

Herring Industry Act, 1935. (24 Mai 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: They may be the foundation of speeches but they contain truths, and those truths are apt, some times, to be forgotten. I do not say that the Marketing Board are going to forget or leave out of their view the importance of present markets but I hope that they will take every step to look for new markets. My hon. Friend ranged over the world and spoke of the East, the Near East and India. I...

Herring Industry Act, 1935. (24 Mai 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: We should like to know its registered address.

Oral Answers to Questions — Members of Parliament (Air Travel Vouchers). (22 Mai 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury whether he is aware that, since the arrangements were originally made whereby a Member may obtain railway and steamer tickets to his constituency on presentation of a voucher, certain airline services have been and are about to be established; and whether he will consider making the voucher system applicable to travel by air where air-lines are...

Oral Answers to Questions — Nyasaland (Hut Tax). (21 Mai 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether he has received a report from the Governor of Nyasaland with regard to the administration of the hut tax?

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill. (21 Mai 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: By the custom of the House, the Second Reading of the Finance Bill offers an occasion on which we pass in review the general financial position of the country. It is a sort of annual stocktaking. We have the Measure before us: we see the accounts of the past year: and we have the Estimates for the year that is ahead of us. At the present time, however, I think it is of particular importance...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill. (21 Mai 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: I am giving the answer to the question that was put, showing the difference between 1929, 1931 and 1934. There has been considerable satisfaction expressed on all sides that last year showed a considerable improvement over the preceding year. That is exactly one of the half-truths to which I object in the propaganda to which I have referred. It is in taking only a single year like that which...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill. (21 Mai 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: I was not referring to putting back part of the cuts. I was referring, when I said reduction of Income Tax, to a reduction below 4s. 6d.

Oral Answers to Questions — Subsidies and Quotas. (20 Mai 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: 35. asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury what has been the expenditure up to the present time in the subsidies to beef, milk, and tramp shipping, and the amount of quota payment distributed under the Wheat Act, 1932; and whether he will state in each case from when these payments date?

Oral Answers to Questions — Air Raids (Protection). (16 Mai 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: 18. asked the Home Secretary whether the contemplated regulations on protection against air-raids include any form of compulsory drilling of the civil population?

Business of the House. (16 Mai 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: Is there any likelihood of the scheme in connection with the Herring Industry Board being put down for Friday? It is most important that this matter should be discussed during the daytime and not late at night.

Orders of the Day — Government of India Bill.: Eighth Schedule. — (The Federal Railway Authority.) (14 Mai 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: The Chancellor of the Duchy pointed out that it would be undesirable to make it mandatory that a particular person should be appointed. Will he make it clear whether such a person as is suggested in the Amendment could be appointed? I am rather doubtful, under the reading of the Schedule as it stands, whether such a person could be appointed. A person cannot be appointed unless he has had...

Orders of the Day — Government of India Bill.: New Clause. — (Federal Irrigation, Board.) ( 3 Mai 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: Are there not very important irrigation works in the native States?


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