Canlyniadau 161–180 o 1102 ar gyfer speaker:Sir Robert Hamilton

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Agricultural Marketing Boards. ( 9 Ebr 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: I am sure that the House will agree with me in thinking that, though we regret the absence of the Minister of Agriculture, we have been very fortunate in having a delightful speech from his understudy who has left his "ancient monuments," as the hon. Member for Gower (Mr. D. Grenfell) said, for a short time to come and tell us something about agriculture, a subject with which he is...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Agricultural Marketing Boards. ( 9 Ebr 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: I agree that there was some difference in that they were chiefly for export, but it does not alter the fact that the schemes were on a purely voluntary basis. The greatest punishment that a farmer in Denmark could receive was to be turned out of his co-operative society, because he would have very great difficulty in obtaining a market for his products. I was making the point that those...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Agricultural Marketing Boards. ( 9 Ebr 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: Would not the effect be to give an enormously increased value to the land on which the hops were produced?

Orders of the Day — Poor Law (Scotland) Bill. (27 Maw 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: Has any estimate been made of the accommodation that will be required to be built by local authorities under the Clause? It is the wording of the Clause that gives occasion to the thought that a considerable extension of institutional accommodation is intended.

Orders of the Day — Land Settlement (Scotland) Bill. (27 Maw 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: I wish to associate myself strongly with the protest which has been made against this Bill being taken at such a late hour. The most appropriate comment that can be made on the position is that here we are at almost half-past eleven o'clock, still asking for information as to the purport of the Bill. The hon. and gallant Member for Dumbartonshire (Commander Cochrane) made that the purport of...

Orders of the Day — Illegal Trawling (Scotland) Bill. (20 Maw 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: Were those two eases tried in court?

Orders of the Day — Illegal Trawling (Scotland) Bill. (20 Maw 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: I am glad that the House has had the case against this Bill put with moderation and very temperately. Hon. Members are now aware of the chief objections raised by the trawling industry to it. I would like to remind the hon. Member for North Aberdeen (Mr. Burnett) that some of the cases which he quoted may have been hard cases, but that hard eases make bad law, and we have to consider the...

Orders of the Day — Illegal Trawling (Scotland) Bill. (20 Maw 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: Of course if a skipper sees bad weather coming he will make for shelter, but that is a very different matter from trawling inside the three-mile limit.

Orders of the Day — Illegal Trawling (Scotland) Bill. (20 Maw 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: I agree that a trawler does not often stop trawling because of bad weather, and that there are occasions when a trawler has to come inshore. But if she comes within the limit she ought to take the steps which are provided for, to show that she is not at work within the limit. It is open to every trawler to come in if the necessary steps are taken to show that she is not working within the...

Orders of the Day — Land Settlement (Scotland) [Money]. (20 Maw 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: When we have a scheme of land settlement for Scotland, it is bound to attract very great attention from anyone who is interested in the future of our country. This scheme attracts more than usual attention, because there are various points of difference from schemes to which we have been accustomed in the past. In the first place, I should like to say how glad I am to see that the stream is...

Orders of the Day — Land Settlement (Scotland) [Money]. (20 Maw 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: The Nairne Committee recommended that the tenant should have access to the Land Court for rent and compensation; that was the unanimous report of the Committee. I cannot understand why the Government have accepted one part of the report and rejected the other. If there are going to be tenants under this new tenure they must not forget the recommendation that the tenant should have access to...

Orders of the Day — North Atlantic Shipping Bill.: Clause 1. — (Power to Treasury to make advances to certain companies.) (14 Maw 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: As the House always likes precedent in this matter, may I be allowed shortly to recall what was done on the occasion of the MacBrayne Shipping Company, when the House handed a considerable sum of money over for the purpose of subsidising that line? There, as here, the taxpayer was interested in the dividends of the company. I have the agreement here, and, though the wording is somewhat...

Orders of the Day — North Atlantic Shipping Bill.: Clause 1. — (Power to Treasury to make advances to certain companies.) (14 Maw 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: I do not see the relevance of that remark, because, if it was considered advisable in that case, how much more advisable is it in this? The object of doing that was really to keep the Government in close touch with the working of the board—not to direct the shipping company and try to run it, but to keep in touch with the financial side. That is a different thing from seeing the balance...

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Navy.: East Africa. ( 7 Maw 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: 10. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether he has yet received the report of the commission of inquiry into the administration of justice in criminal matters in East Africa; and if the report will be published and made available for Members of the House?

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport.: Beet-Sugar Subsidy. ( 7 Maw 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: 24. asked the Minister of Agriculture if he can state the market value of beet sugar produced in Great Britain in 1933 in respect of which a subsidy is payable?

Orders of the Day — Class Vi.: Fishery Board for Scotland. ( 6 Maw 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: I wish to congratulate the Scottish Office on having adopted a scheme which I ventured to suggest many years ago—

Orders of the Day — Class Vi.: Fishery Board for Scotland. ( 6 Maw 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: —but which was then received with, I will not say contempt, but with coldness. It was perfectly obvious to all of us who are interested in illegal trawling that in order to catch illegal trawlers we must have a constable who is disguised, so to speak. In any attempt to catch illegal trawlers with a vessel which can be seen and identified miles and miles away the chances of success are very...

Orders of the Day — Supply.: Dominion Services. ( 5 Maw 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: I should like to criticise, with the hon. Member for Gower (Mr. D. Grenfell), somewhat the manner in which this Estimate has been presented. Like other hon. Members, on reading the Estimate I never imagined that it contained the sum of £4,000 on account of the expedition to Bechuanaland. The original Estimate was to deal with the bad conditions in Bechuanaland owing to drought and cattle...

Oral Answers to Questions — Agriculture.: Potatoes. ( 1 Maw 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: Can the Minister say how the main crop of potatoes in this country are keeping?

Government of Ceylon. (21 Chw 1934)

Sir Robert Hamilton: The hon. and gallant Member for Bournemouth (Sir H. Croft), who moved the Motion, and the Seconder of the Motion gave us not only a historical sketch of the situation in Ceylon, but added to it a variety of criticisms, not only on the working of the Constitution, but on the persons who have had to deal with its working in the island. It is very easy to make criticisms of that nature. We are...


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