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THE

ANNUAL REGISTER

1909

ALL THE VOLUMES OF THE NEW SERIES OF THE

ANNUAL REGISTER

1863 to 1908

MAY BE HAD

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NEW YORK, BOMBAY, AND CALCUTTA

SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, HAMILTON, KENT, & CO., LTD.; MADGWICK, HOULSTON, & CO., LTD.

SMITH, ELDER, & CO.; J. & E. BUMPUS, LTD.

BICKERS & SON; J. WHELDON & CO.; R. & T. WASHBOURNE

CONTENTS.

Opening of Parliament, [12]. King's Speech, [13]. Debates on the Address in

the Lords, [13]; in the Commons, [15]. Amendments: on Unemployment,

[17]; on Fiscal Reform, [19]; on the Lords' Veto, [21]; on the State of Ire-

land, [23]; on the Deportations from India, [25]; on Local Taxation, [25];

on the Congo, [26]; on the Administration of the Aliens Act, [26]. Indian

Councils Bill in the Lords, [27]. Temperance (Scotland) Bill, [30]. Supple-

mentary Estimates: Old-Age Pensions in Ireland, [30]; Unemployed Work-

men Act, [31]. Disturbances in Ireland, [32]. Suffragist Demonstration,

[32]. Bye-elections, [33]. Army Estimates, [33]. War Secretary's State-

ment, [35]. Debate, [38]. Indian Councils Bill in Committee in the Lords,

[40]. Bishoprics Bill, [42]. The Swansea School Dispute, [42]. Daylight

Saving Bill, [44]. "Fair Wages Clause," [45]. Norwegian Granite, [45].

The Prime Minister at Queen's Hall, [45]. Mr. Balfour's Reply, [46]. Libel

on Mr. Lloyd-George, [46]. A Sunday Closing Bill, [47]. Debate on Somali-

land, [47]. Difficulties of the Government at Home and Abroad, [48].

'Aviation," [48]. Navy Estimates, [48]. First Lord's Statement, [51].

Debate, [52]. The Guards Motored to Hastings, [58]. Results of the Naval

Conference, [59]. Resumed Debate on the Navy Estimates, [59]. The

Dominions and the Navy, [61]. Croydon Election, [62]. Effect of the Near

Eastern Crisis, [62]. Vote of Censure on Naval Policy of Ministers, [63].

Division, [66]. Mr. Balfour at the Agricultural Hall, [66]; at the Guildhall,

[66]. The Labour Party on the Scare: East Denbighshire Bye-election, [67].

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