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QUESTIONS
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March 31
49
Poor Law UNIONS IRELANDQuestion Mr E Blake Answer Chief
51
AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS Out Relief MEDICINE PostQuestion
53
Parish MEETING PywoRTHY DevonQuestion Mr H C F Luttrell
63
Militia BootsQuestion Colonel Russell Answer Financial Secretary
73
WEDNESDAY 25TH MARCH 1896
85
SUBPOSTMASTERSQuestion Mr James Hozier Answer Secretary to
109
Page
117
Second Reading deferred
141
MILITARY MANEUVRES COMPENSATION ETC Resolution considered
143
Return No 148
149
Lord Belper
159
KINGSTOWN HARBOURQuestion Mr Field Answer Secretary to
169
LICENSING Laws COMMISSIONQuestions Mr Patrick OBrien and
185
ORDERS OF THE
187
Further Amendment proposed Mr Gibson Bowles
199
EGYPTIAN EXPEDITIONQuestion Mr T R Buchanan Answer Secretary
209
Ayes 52 Noes 183 Division List No 70
213
That the Question be
233
FRIDAY 27TH MARCH 1896
245
April 27
257
Lord President of the Council and Earl of Kimberley 258
259
of Agriculture 262
261
FOREIGN TRADE COMPETITIONQuestions Mr J Brigg Answers Under
273
COMMISSION ON FINANCIAL RELATIONSQuestion Mr John Redmond
277
ADJOURNMENT EASTER
281
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291
FRANCE AND SIAM
293
CLYDE DEFENCESQuestion Mr A Wylie Answer Under Secretary
297
EGYPTIAN ARMYQuestion Mr William Allen Answer Under Secretary
313
Congo FREE STATEQuestion Sir Charles Dilke Answer Under Secre
335
Resolution agreed
359
Secondary EDUCATION SCOTLANDQuestion Mr J W Crombie Answer
361
ENFIELD SMALL ARMS FACTORYQuestion Colonel Russell Answer
363
LUNACYQuestion Mr H Hobhouse Answer Home Secretary
377
First Lord of the Treasury
395
Motion made
415
HARWICH HARBOURQuestion Captain E G Pretyman Answer First
421
British Postage STAMPSQuestions Mr Henniker Heaton Answers
473
218
475
LABOURERS Cottages IRELANDQuestion Mr L P Hayden Answer
483
Second Reading deferred
505
Order read
507
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511
Mr Patrick OBrien
513
KASSALAQuestions Mr J H Dalziel Answers Under Secretary for Foreign
517
KAFIRISTANQuestions Sir Charles Dilke and Sir W Wedderburn Answers
519
Motion made
521
MATABELE RISINGQuestions Mr Sydney Buxton Mr E H Hulse
523
Ordered to be brought in by Sir John Gorst First Lord
579
April 9
581
MATABELELAND DISTURBANCESQuestion Mr Sydney Buxton Answer
583
Channel Mail ServiceQuestion Sir Howard Vincent Answer Secre
629
FRIDAY 10TH APRIL 1896
669
Action of Mr FARREN J P Co GalwayQuestion Mr D Sheehy
677
Vote agreed to
711
Vote agreed to
727
Paper No 135
733
GRAND JURIES IRELANDQuestion Mr Patrick OBrien Answer Attorney
735
CRUELTY TO CHILDRENQuestion Mr Macaleese Answer Home Secretary 744
745
PRESIDENT KRUGERQuestion Mr W J Galloway Answer Secretary
749
Sir W Harcourt
771
ORDERS OF THE
779
Government CONTRIBUTION IN LIEU Of RATESQuestion Mr W F D
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838
837
April 23
839
April 20
845
Second Reading deferred
847
Order for Committee 17th February read
849
QUESTIONS
883
DONEGAL MilitiaQuestion Captain Donelan Answer Under Secretary
889
ORDERS OF THE
899
WEDNESDAY 15TH APRIL 1896
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Answer Chief
983
Question put and agreed to Bill read
991
Adjourned Debate on Motion for Committal
993
Second Reading deferred
995
April 16
997
TELEPHONE TRUNK LINESQuestion Mr Charles Shaw Answer Secretary
1003
QUESTIONS
1005
WEST HIGHLAND RAILWAYQuestion Mr A Wylie Answer President
1007
42
1073
April 17
1077
CLERKS LABOURQuestion Captain Norton Answer Home Secretary 367
1083
EGYPTIAN ARMYQuestion Sir Charles Dilke Answer Under Secretary
1099
REVERSIONERS IRELANDQuestions Mr S Morris Answers Chief Secretary
1105
Light Railways IRELANDQuestions Mr William Redmond Answers
1131
SUPPLYConsidered in Committee
1135
VACCINATION PROSECUTIONS Question Mr F A Channing Answer Presi
1137
WESTMINSTER ABBEY Question Mr C A Whitmore Answer First
1145
Presented and Read the First time
1147
FRIDAY 17TH APRIL 1896
1149
VACCINATION ROYAL COMMISSIONQuestion Mr J Rickett Answer
1155
BELFAST LoughQuestion Mr McCartan Answer President of the Board
1161
Class III
1165
Tersk TELEPHONE WIRES Question Mr A D Provand Answer Secre
1173
RECRUITING FOR Congo STATE Question Sir Charles Dilke Answer
1181
Considered in Committee Motion made
1233
Second Reading deferred
1235
PostAL ARRANGEMENTS NORTHUMBERLANDQuestion Mr C Fenwick
1245
National Portrait GalleryQuestion Major Rasch Answer Secretary
1255
MADAGASCARQuestions Sir C Dilke Answers Under Secretary
1261
Motion for leave to introduce Bill President
1275
ReturnNo 127
1301
Business of the HouseQuestions Mr J Lowther Answers First
1353
Second
1359
Pauper CHILDRENQuestion Mr Knox Answer Attorney General
1371
CLAUSE 6Mode of determining the compensation payable in respect
1397
Captain Norton
1417
GreenwICH PARK Deer KeeperQuestion Lord Hugh Cecil Answer
1423
Sir J Fergusson
1433
ARMy PensionsQuestion Mr J P Farrell Answer Financial Secretary
1439
WEDNESDAY 22ND APRIL 1896
1445
Mr Jeffreys
1473
Reading deferred
1485
Second Reading deferred
1487
Lord Bookwood
1489
POLICE SUPERVISIONQuestion Mr E H Pickersgill Answer Home
1497
MILITARY EXPEDITION TO DONGOLAQuestions Mr William Allen
1509
TELEGRAPH SERVICEQuestion Mr Henniker Heaton Answer Secretary
1515
Page
1531
ORDERS OF THE
1543
FRIENDLY SOCIETIESQuestion Mr W J Galloway Answer Chancellor
1555
Second Reading deferred
1605
FRIDAY 24TH APRIL 1896
1609
TUBERCULOSIS Royal COMMISSIONQuestions Mr F Cawley and
1617
TRANSVAAL NEWSPAPERS POSTAGEQuestion Mr Henniker Heaton
1629
Light RailwAYS Ireland BillQuestion Mr D Crilly Answer
1639
SOUDANQuestion Mr R McKenna Answer First Lord of the Treasury 1644
1645
Second Reading deferred
1697
MONDAY 27TH APRIL 1896
1705
London and North Western Railway Bill Proposed instructions to Committee
1707
EsTRADITION OF C J DaintryQuestion Mr Heywood Johnstone
1719
Page
1723
Mr Dillon
1727
First Lord of the Treasury 1744 Captain Bethell 1760
1745
Sir J Osborne Morgan
1763
Sir Joseph Pease
1773
ETHIBITION BUILDINGS South KENSINGTON Questions Sir Henry
1791
Second Reading deferred
1813
Captain Pretyman
1815
Mr Quilter
1819
167
1827
CONGESTED Districts Board IRELANDQuestion Mr L P Hayden
1829
702
1837
COCKLING INDUSTRY LANCASHIREQuestion Mr Richard Cavendish
1839
Committed to the Select Committee on London Water
1841
MADAGASCARQuestion Sir Edward Grey Answer Under Secretary
1845
Lough ERNE DRAINAGEQuestion Captain Donelan Answer Secretary
1847
KAFIRISTANQuestion Mr A Birrell Answer Secretary of State
1851
COOKERY LESSONS BIRMINGHAMQuestion Colonel Lockwood Answer
REGISTRATION OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS BELFASTQuestion Mr S Young
Firing ON THE HIGHWAY IRELANDQuestion Captain Donelan Answer
Treaty BETWEEN GERMANY AND JAPANQuestion Mr C L OrrEwing
Mr Labouchere
Amendment proposed to reduce Subhead A Salaries etc by 400
920
Mr Logan
CLASSIFICATION OF WORKHOUSE INMATES
Steam Trawling Galway BayQuestion Captain Donelan Answer Chief
311
Canadian Mail SERVICEQuestions General Laurie Answers Secretary
1618
That Subhead A Salaries etc be reduced by 400

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