HC Deb 29 April 1908 vol 187 cc1226-7

Petitions in favour: From Aberaman Colliery; Aberbeeg; Aberewmboi Colliery; Allhallows Pit; Alsager's Bank; Ammanford (No. 1); Arrail Griffin; Ashton Field; Audley; Bargoed; Batley (No. 1) Branch; Batley West End; Bedwellty Pits (No. 1); Bestwood; Birlog; Birley Collieries (No. 2); Bishop Sutton; Blackbreas; Black Heath (No. 1); Blackhill; Blackwood (two); Blaennant Colliery; Boglea; Bowlings; Brithdir; British-Rhondda Colliery; Bromley; Broxtowe; Brown Edge; Brynhenllys; Bucknall Lodge; Bunkers Hill (three); Burslem Lodge; Buttlane Lodge; Bwllfa Colliery; Cædder; Caeren; Callendar; Carluke; Carranhall; Cheadle; Cheadle Park; Cinder Hill; Coalburn; Crown Lodge; Tredegar Valley; Cwm; Cwmaman Colliery; Cwmtillery; Denaby Main; Dinnington; Douglas Water; Dowlais; Dulais; East Ardsley; Easton; Ebbw Vale; Empire Colliery; Farrington; Fenton; Fforchaman; Forth; Foxfield; Gedling; Gerrards; Glasshoughton; Golden Hill; Goldthorpe, Thurncoe, and Bolton; Gorllwyn; Grange Colliery; Gray Lodge (Monmouth); Halmer End; Hanford; Hanley (five); Hodroyd; Howden Clough; Howley Bark; Hultons; Kidsgrove (three); Knutton; Llay Hall; Lletty Shinkin Colliery; Longton (two); Low Laithes; Lower Conygre; Maddeston; Madeley; Mansfield; Moresley; Milton Lodge; Morley Main; Moston; Mortlyr; Mossband Colliery; Mow Cop; New Haden Colliery; Norton Green (two); Norton Hill; Oatlands Pit; Old Mills; Oliver Ward; Ossett Roundwood; Padell-y-Bwlch Colliery; Partan; Pewchapel Colliery; Pochin; Radford; Rhymney; Robin Hood; Rockingham; Rookery; Squborwen Colliery (two); Silverdale (two); Sneyd Colliery; Springfield; Stafford; Sugdale; Swinhill; Talke (three); Tankersley; Tegswood; Thornhill; Thrushbush; Tillery; Tingley; Tredegar; Trowell Moor; Tunstall; Ty Trist (No. 2); Victoria Colliery; Waterloo Main Branch; Watermills; Wath Main; Werfa Colliery; Wharncliffe (No. 3); Wharncliffe Silkstone; Wharton Hall; Wheat Sheaf Colliery (two); Whitehaven; White Rose; Whitworth (No. 1); Whitworth (No. 2); Wimblebury; Wollaton; and Wythemoor; to lie upon the Table.