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Seite 1141 - Council appreciate the statement made by the Chancellor of the Exchequer in the House of Commons...
Seite 703 - At present land available for building in the neighbourhood of our populous centres, though its capital value is very great, is probably producing a small yearly return until it is let for building. The owners of this land are rated, not in relation to the real value, but to the actual annual income.
Seite 765 - II.) as giving the latter, without incorporation, all rights of protection, legislation, jurisdiction and administration over Swaziland, and the inhabitants thereof.
Seite 43 - There shall be on the drum of every machine used for lowering or raising persons, such flanges or horns, and also, if the drum is conical, such other appliances, as may be sufficient to prevent the rope from slipping.
Seite 889 - Trade what has been the number of railway servants killed by accidents in which the movement of vehicles used exclusively on railways was concerned...
Seite 713 - The real as opposed to the apparent incidence of local taxation in towns, falls partly upon the owner of the land, partly upon the house owner, and partly upon the occupier. The proportions in which the burden is distributed are difficult to determine, and depend upon a variety of circumstances, among which the demand for and supply of houses is the most important.
Seite 813 - The civil lord of the admiralty supposed that the resolution meant that there must be a person not in actual command of a fleet, but an Adviser of the Admiralty, who should advise the department as to the conduct of operations in war, and that he should have control of the general organisation and direction of affairs. But that was the main duty which fell on the gallant admiral who for the time being was the First Naval Lord of the Admiralty. If this was not this officer's business, he did not know...
Seite 703 - If this land were rated at, say, 4 per cent, on its selling value, the owners would have a more direct incentive to part with it to those who are desirous of building, and a twofold advantage would result to the community. First, all the valuable property would contribute to the rates, and thus the burden on the occupiers would be diminished by the increase in the rateable property.
Seite 717 - ... 3. That in the event of any division of rates between the owner and occupier, it is essential that such alterations should be made in the constitution of the bodies administering the rates as would secure a direct representation of the owners, adequate to the immediate interest in local expenditure which they would thus have acquired.