Canlyniadau 101–120 o 1102 ar gyfer speaker:Sir Robert Hamilton

Civil Estimates, 1934.: Air Estimates, 1934. (26 Gor 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: May I make quite clear and explain what I had in my mind? It was that the 'attention of the Government was being directed far more to the importance of agriculture now than it had been in the past.

Civil Estimates, 1934.: Air Estimates, 1934. (26 Gor 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: Can the hon. Gentleman say whether the number of applications for the grant has actually decreased

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce.: Holland (Negotiations). (23 Gor 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: 36. asked the President of the Board of Trade whether he can make a statement as to the position of the negotiations for a trade agreement with Holland?

Civil Estimates and Supplementary Estimate, 1934.: Fishery Board for Scotland. (20 Gor 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: Can the right hon. Gentleman say what amount has been applied for already?

Civil Estimates and Supplementary Estimate, 1934.: Fishery Board for Scotland. (20 Gor 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: Does the hon. Gentleman suggest that even with the greatest expansion of the home market possible, that would in any degree take the place of the old export of herrings?

Civil Estimates and Supplementary Estimate, 1934.: Fishery Board for Scotland. (20 Gor 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: They would want to send agricultural produce.

Civil Estimates and Supplementary Estimate, 1934.: Fishery Board for Scotland. (20 Gor 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: During the last 12 years I have listened, I think, to all the Debates on the fishing industry that have taken place in this House, and I have had the honour to take part in some of them. I have listened to no Debate which has impressed me so much as the Debate to-day, because underlying all that has been said with regard to the present state of the fishing industry is the feeling that unless...

Civil Estimates and Supplementary Estimate, 1934.: Fishery Board for Scotland. (20 Gor 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: I think my right hon. and gallant Friend was pointing out that there were great variations and fluctuations, due to a great variety of causes, and if the hon. Gentleman will take individual classes of fish, he will find that although there has been an increase in the average monthly value of the fish in some cases, in others there has been a decrease, and as my right hon. and gallant Friend...

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport.: Fishing Industry (Trawlers). (19 Gor 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: 50. asked the President of the Board of Trade the number of trawlers completed for British registry in the years 1927, 1928, 1929, and 1930; and the number completed for British registry during the six months ended 31st December, 1933, and the 30th June, 1934?

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce.: New Zealand (Tariff Reduction). (18 Gor 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: 27. asked the Secretary of State for Dominion Affairs whether, in view of the recent reduction of tariffs by the New Zealand Government on British goods, he will take the opportunity of negotiating for a free exchange of commodities between this country and New Zealand?

Orders of the Day — Poor Law (Scotland) Bill.: Clause 2. — (Amendments of 11 and 12 Geo. 5 c. 64 and 17 Geo. 5 c. 3.) ( 5 Gor 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: I beg to second the Amendment. I do not propose to go over the ground which has been covered by my hon. Friend, who has set forth very fully the various arguments on which his Amendment should be supported, but I should like to take the opportunity of reinforcing what he said with regard to the general principle of embodying in this Bill the old idea of the law of settlement. I have never yet...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Treasury and Subordinate Departments. ( 4 Gor 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: I wish at the outset to take this opportunity of congratulating the Financial Secretary to the Treasury on his first appearance in that capacity in a Debate. The object of putting down this Motion for discussion to-day was not to embarrass the Chancellor of the Exchequer or to move a reduction in his salary but simply with the intention of raising a discussion on the monetary policy of the...

Orders of the Day — National Maritime Museum Bill. (29 Meh 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: In a few words I want to congratulate the First Commissioner of Works on the opportunity that has been presented to him of bringing to fruition a project which has been in the minds of many for some years past—namely, the establishment of a National Maritime Museum, the want of which was a great gap in the museums of this country. It was rather strange that for a sea loving nation as we are...

Oral Answers to Questions — Zanzibar (Clove Industry). (27 Meh 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: 6. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether it is essential that the legislation relating to the clove industry now pending in Zanzibar should be passed on 28th June; and whether its consideration could be postponed for a sufficient time to enable the Indian community to submit representations to him beforehand?

Oral Answers to Questions — Herring Industry. (27 Meh 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: While I realise that the telegram from Lerwick referred to a somewhat different matter, is it not a fact that the matter referred to in that telegram makes it all the more necessary that immediate financial assistance should be given, so that this deal with Russia can be carried through, and that, unless it be given at once, there will be a complete collapse?

Oral Answers to Questions — Herring Industry. (27 Meh 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: If the negotiations now going on with the Wholesale Co-operative Society fail, will the right hon. Gentleman at once step into the breach and see that the necessary guarantees are given?

Oral Answers to Questions — Trade and Commerce.: Straits Settlements (Textile Imports). (20 Meh 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: 8. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies if he has considered the letter sent by the committee of the British Association of Straits Merchants protesting against the imposition of quotas as damaging the entrepôt trade of the Colony; and whether the legislation to impose quotas on foreign textile imports, which was opposed by all the unofficial members, was passed with his sanction?

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: New Clause. — (Amendment as to rebate on certain hydrocarbon oils.) (18 Meh 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: I feel some sympathy with the Chancellor of the Exchequer when he has such excellent arguments put before him from all sides of the House for rebates and reductions of duty which inevitably must make a hole in his Budget. The arguments that are put before him in connection with hydrocarbon oils are powerful, because there is not one of us who would not like to see all sources of power free...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: New Clause. — (Amendment as to rebate on certain hydrocarbon oils.) (18 Meh 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: The hon. Member has misunderstood what I said. I was pointing out that owing to the extra cost of running these undertakings, through this duty on the heavy oil they use, they were unable to lower the price of electricity to consumers. Their object is to give as good a service of electricity as possible at the lowest rate, but if the cost of the power they use is increased unnecessarily by...

Orders of the Day — Finance Bill.: Clause 27. — (Repeal of land value tax.) (18 Meh 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: I beg to move, in page 16, line 32, to leave out "section twenty-eight," and to insert: sections eleven to fifteen, inclusive, twenty-seven to twenty-nine, inclusive, and thirty-one to thirty-five, inclusive. The object of this Amendment is to retain not only Section 28 but the other Sections relating thereto; the whole of the Sections of the Finance Act of 1931 which provide for a valuation...


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