HC Deb 14 June 1933 vol 279 cc163-4
31. Mr. LEWIS

asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer what are the Government's intentions with regard to the payment of the next instalment of our war debt to the United States of America?



Performing Animals (Regulation) Act, 1925.
Visits of Inspection made by the Police and the Officers of the Local Authority during the past 18 months.
Place. Visits by Police. Visits by Officers of the Local Authority.
Burnt Stub, Chessington, Surrey 8 4
Burstow Lodge, Horley, Surrey Not less than 3 times a week when animals there. 2
Belmore Farm, Hayes, Middlesex None.* None.
Brown's Farm, Ascot, Berks None.
Tanfield Farm, Cheshunt, Herts Once each week. 18
* No animals trained or exhibited. Some tigers kept in cages from January to March, 1932.
† Information not yet available.

28. Sir R. GOWER

asked the Home Secretary whether he is aware that an Austrian animal trainer, George Kulovits, who is known in this country by his stage name, Togare, and who was registered under the Performing Animals (Regulation) Act, 1925, on 18th December, 1928, to exhibit lions, has recently returned to this country and has exhibited tigers for a number of weeks without being registered in respect of the latter animals; and whether he proposes to take any steps in the matter?


I have made inquiries into this case and have communi-

right hon. Friend hopes to make a statement later to-day.