Canlyniadau 61–80 o 1102 ar gyfer speaker:Sir Robert Hamilton

Orders of the Day — Government of India Bill.: Clause 18. — (Constitution of the Legislature.) ( 6 Maw 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: Is it not a fact that the Franchise Committee pointed out that many of those Provinces which had been in favour of indirect election had changed their views at the time when the Franchise Committee went out?

Oral Answers to Questions — India.: Zanzibar (Indians). ( 4 Maw 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: 2. asked the Secretary of State for India whether representations have been made to the Colonial Office with reference to the Zanzibar land alienation decree and its effect upon British-Indian residents in Zanzibar?

Oral Answers to Questions — Post Office.: Penny Post. ( 4 Maw 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: Is the Department always to be regarded in future as a revenue raising Department?

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates and Estimates for Revenue Departments, Supplementary Estimates, 1934.: Ministry of Transport. ( 1 Maw 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: The country is looking to these examinations to result in an outstanding decrease in the number of accidents on our roads. If that is achieved, then I am sure that the difficulty of candidates having to appear for the examination will disappear in the background. On that point, I should like to know whether arrangements have been made for examining candidates in outlying districts like Orkney...

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates and Estimates for Revenue Departments, Supplementary Estimates, 1934.: Army Supplementary Estimate, 1934. ( 1 Maw 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: May I equally on behalf of my hon. and right hon. Friends who are not here endorse what the right hon. Gentleman has said about the admirable conduct of our troops of the Saar Force, and the full and whole-hearted way in which the difficult work they had to do was carried out from start to finish. The point to which I desire particularly to call attention in these Estimates is that of the...

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates and Estimates for Revenue Departments, Supplementary Estimates, 1934.: Army Supplementary Estimate, 1934. ( 1 Maw 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: While thanking the right hon. Gentleman for the explanation he has given—and I shall be very glad to have the details—I should like at once to say that I rather take objection to the cost of the Commission being placed on this Fund, which is a trust fund on behalf of certain persons. The Commission is a matter for the Government, and I do not think the cost could very well be placed on...

Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Industry.: Kenya. (28 Chw 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: 79. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether it has been finally decided where the Kenya Native Land Trust Board will sit; if it is intended that Native lands shall continue to be vested in the board; and whether officers of the Kenya Government service are to be considered eligible for appointment to the board?

Oral Answers to Questions — Coal Industry.: Kenya. (28 Chw 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: The right hon. Gentleman did not reply to the last part of the question as to the appointment of government officers on the board?

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy.: Kenya. (27 Chw 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: 17. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether it is intended by the proposed order-in-council relating to the highlands of Kenya to debar all non-European British subjects from holding any rights in land in that area in the colony; and whether he is satisfied that such action will be in conformity with the reasons for Lord Elgin's ruling in 1908

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy.: Kenya. (27 Chw 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that the ruling of Lord Elgin was based on the undesirability of excluding British subjects from access to any area within a British colony, and that therefore he made an administrative order vis-a-vis Indians who were then British subjects, but now that Kenya has become a British colony the natives of the colony a-re also British subjects?

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy.: Kenya. (27 Chw 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: Does the right hon. Gentleman realise that the position will be changed by an order-in-council which will legalise the position which has hitherto been only by adminstrative order?

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy.: Kenya. (27 Chw 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: 18. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether it is intended to provide in the order-in-council, which is to be made in connection with the settlement of native lands in Kenya recommended by the Morris Carter Report, that, African subjects of the Crown will be prevented from obtaining a judicial decision in respect of 'any claims which they may desire to submit to the courts of...

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy.: Kenya. (27 Chw 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: As a result of that will it be impossible for a native British subject to bring a claim in a British court, and will it also be impossible for the land court, acting on behalf, of natives, to subject a claim to the decision of the court?

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy.: Kenya. (27 Chw 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: Does the right hon. Gentleman realise that the settlement recommended by the Morris Carter Commission is not by agreement with the natives, but is imposed on them, so that it makes it rather different from what it would be if there were an agreement?

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy.: Kenya. (27 Chw 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: 19. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether it is intended to sanction the granting of agricultural leases in the native reserves in Kenya to non-natives; if so, whether he will state the proposed maximum duration of such leases; whether the lessee at the termination thereof will be entitled to claim compensation from the lessors for unexhausted improvements; and whether the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy.: Kenya. (27 Chw 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: Will the right hon. Gentleman be good enough to have attention drawn to the point about compensation at the end of a lease because the difficulty of obtaining compensation might lead to the lease becoming permanent?

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army.: Scotland (Fishing Industry). (26 Chw 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: 7. asked the Secretary of State for Scotland whether he can make a statement as to the vessels to be provided for policing northern waters under the Fishery Board for Scotland, and as to the ports on which they will be based?

Oral Answers to Questions — British Army.: Scotland (Fishing Industry). (26 Chw 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: Can the right hon. Gentleman say when he expects the new vessels to be ready for commission, and, when they are ready for commission, is it intended to consider basing them on some place nearer to their scene of operations than the present base?

Orders of the Day — Herring Industry Bill.: Clause 11. — (Powers to transfer to Board powers as to branding.) (22 Chw 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: I beg to move to leave out the Clause. I do not apologise for raising this matter again in the House. It was raised in Committee, but we were working rather against time in order to get the Bill through, and the full implications of this clause were not thoroughly understood. The object of it is to give power to transfer to the board powers as to branding. The Secretary of State showed by his...

Orders of the Day — Herring Industry Bill.: Clause 11. — (Powers to transfer to Board powers as to branding.) (22 Chw 1935)

Sir Robert Hamilton: I fully appreciate the spirit in which the Minister has met this amendment, but I still think the House fails to appreciate the principle underlying it. It is on a question of principle that I moved it. I think it is wrong in principle that the Herring Board should have the right to apply its own brands, and although I appreciate the assurance that no step in this direction will be taken...


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