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PAMPHLETS



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LEAFLETS



FOR



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BEING

THE PUBLICATIONS FOR THE YEAR

OF THE



Xiberal ipublication department " ■



1907.

LONDON :



THE LIBERAL PUBLICATION DEPARTMENT,

(In connection with the National Liberal FetUrcUion
and the Liberal Central Association )t

42, PARLIAMENT STREET. S.W.

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NOTE.

Pamphlets and Leaflets published after November \\dth^
1906, a/re reckoned as next year's publications, and are therefore
included in the bound volume for 1907.



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CONTENTS.



I. — Report op the Proceedings in connection with the Twenty-
eighth Annual Meeting of the National Liberal Feder-
ation, held at Liverpool, May 23rd, 24th, and 25th, 1906.

2.— The Education Bill op 1906: The Bill Summarised, together
with the Text of the Bill, and Comments.

3.— The Education Bill of 1906 as Amended in the Commons:
The Bill as Amended Summarised, together with the Text of
the Amended Bill, and Comments.

4. — -^CowPER Temple" Teaching: What it Is and What it
is Not.

5. — The Education Bill of 1906. Explained and Defended by
Dr. Macnamara, M.P.

6. — TiNPLATES AND TARIFFS :ThE INDUSTRY IN WaLES AND THE

U.S.A. By Sir J. Jones Jenkins (Lord Glantawe).

7. — Liberal Policy. A Speech delivered by the Right Hon. Sir
Henry Campbell Bannerm an, G.C.B., at the Albert Hall, on
December 2 1st, 1905.

8. — The Education Bill, 1906. A Speech delivered by the Right
Hon. A. BiRRELL, M.P., on the Introduction and First
Reading in the House of Commons, on April 9th, 1906.



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iv CONTENTS.

9. — The Education Bill. 1906. A Speech delivered by the Right
Hon. H. H. AsQUiTH, M.P., on the Second Reading in the
House of Commons, on May 10th, 1906.

10.— The Goybknment and its Work. A Speech delivered by the
Right Hon. D. Lloyd-George, M.P., at Liverpool, on May
24th, 1906.

11 — The Education Bill, 1906. Speeches delivered by the Right
Hon. H. H. AsQUiTH, M.P., and the Right Hon. A.
Birrell, M.P., on the Third Reading in the House of
Commons on July 30th, 1906.

12. -Leaflets Nos. 2068 to 2091 (inclusive).



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INDEX OF SUBJECTS.



EDUCATION.

See National Liberal Federation Report ... Pages 35-38, 50-54,

60-66, 69, 76-82
The Education Bill of 1906 : The Bill Sum-
marised, AND WITH Text and Comments ... Pamphlet No. 2
The Education Bill of 1906 as Amended in

THE Commons „ 3

" Cowpbr-Temple " Teaching : What it Is and

What it is Not „ 4

The Education Bill of 1906. Explained and

Defended by Dr. Macnamara, MP. ... „ 5

The Education Bill, 1906. Speech by Rt. Hon.

A. BiRRELL, M.P. „ 8

The Education Bill, 1906. Speech by the

Right Hon. H. H. Asquith, M.P „ 9

The Government and its Work. Speech by the

Rt. Hon. D, Lloyd-George, M.P „ 10

The Education Bill, 1906. Speeches by the

Rt. Hon. H. H. Asquith, M.P., and the Rt.

Hon. a. Birrell, M.P. „ 11

The Education Bill, 1906 : Its Main Principles Iieaflet No. 2078
The Education Bill, 1906: Elementary Schools

UNDER Public Control ,, 2079

The Education Bill, 1906: ** Cowper-Tbmple

Teaching" „ 2080



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VI



INDEX OF SUBJECTS,



The Education Bill, 1906 : Church Opinion in

ITS Favour Leaflet No. 2082

"My" School— Whose School? „ 2087

The Education Bill and the Church of England „ 2088



FREE TRADE AND PROTECTION.



The Fiscal Question. See National Liberal Federa-
tion Report
See National Liberal Federation Report

tinplates and tariffs ...

Liberal Policy

Tariff Reform and the Unemployed

The Quack Doctor

Don't Worry Yourself

Don't be Hanky-Panky'd a Third Time

Obscuring the Issue

A Missionary Sermon in Four Parts

What Everybody says mvst be True

Some Truths about Taxes ...



Pages 33 and 34

Pages 57-59

Pamphlet No 6

7

Leaflet No. 2068

2070

2071

2072

2073

2074

2076

2091



LAND, LABOUR, AND SOCIAL QUESTIONS.

See National Liberal Federation Report ... Pages 39, 67, 71, 74

Liberal Policy Pamphlet No. 7

The Government and its Work „ 10

Some Truths About the Aliens Act
A Missionary Sermon in Four Parts
What have Liberals Done for Labour?
The Great Chinese Labour "Hoax"

Liberals and Labour

Different Points of View : Landlord's and

Tenant's „ 2089



let


No.


2069


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2074


))




2075


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11




2084
2086



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INDEX OF SUBJECTS.



LIBERAL AND PROGRESSIVE PRINCIPLES.

See National Liberal Federation Report Pages 38-41, 49-54, 56-59,



Liberal Policy

ThB GoYRRNMItNT AND ITS WORK

What Havb Liberals Done for Labour ?

The Case for One Man, One Vote

The Mother Country and the Transvaal

Liberals AND Labour

The Plural Voting Bill



67, 68, 71

Pamphlet No. 7

. „ 10

Leaflet No. 2075

2081

2083

2086

2090



THE LIBERAL RECORD.



See under heading Education.

See National Liberal Federation Report . . .

The Government and its Work

What Liberals Have Done for Labour
The Mother Country and the Transvaal
The Great Chinese Labour "Hoax"

Liberals and Labour

Different Points of View — Landlord's

Tenant's

The Plural Voting Bill



Pages 17, 38, 39,

66, 71, 72

... Pamphlet No. 10

...Leaflet No. 2075

2083

2084

2086



and



2089
2090



REGISTRATION, ORGANISATION, AND
ELECTIONS.

The General Election. See National Liberal

Federation Report Pages 18-22, 85-88

Registration of Voters, 1906 Leaflet No. 2077

The Case for One Man, One Vote „ 2081

The Plural Voting Bill „ 2090



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viii INDEX OF SUBJECTS.

TRADE, TAXATION, AND FINANCE.

See National Liberal Federation Report ... ... Pages 38, 39

Liberal Policy Pamphlet No. 7

A Tory Leaflet. Nailed to the Counter ... Leaflet No. 2085

Some Truths ABOUT Taxes „ 2091



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NATIONAL LIBERAL FEDERATION,



PROCEEDINGS

IN COmrECTION VITfl THB

TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL MEETING

OF THE NATIONAL LIBERAL FEDERATION,

HELD IN LIVERPOOL,
MAY 28rd, 24th, and 28th, 1906,

WITH

TTxe AjtrtuLoZ JEtepor^t CLTtcL the Speeches,

INCLUDING THOSE DELIVERED BT

THE RIGHT HON.

D. LLOYD-GEORGE. M.P.

{President of the Board of Trade),



1906.

THE LIBERAL PUBLICATION DEPARTMENT,

42, PARLIAMENT STREET,
LONDON, S.W.

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CONTENTS.



PAGE

1. — Summary of the Proceedings 4

2. — Twenty-Eighth Annual Report 9

3.— First Session of the Council 45

Election of President and Treasurer 48

Presidential Address 49

Vote of Thanks to Retiring President and Treasurer 54

Report and Statement of Accounts 55

The General Election and the New Government 56

Free Trade 57

4. —Second Session of the Council 60

The Education Bill ... * 60

The First Session of the New Parliament 66

Vote of Thanks to Liverpool Hosts 68

5.— -Public Meeting in Sun Hall 69

Chairman's Address 69

Speech by Mr. Lloyd-George 70

Thanks to Mr. Lloyd^George and Confidence in the

Government 83

Thanks to the Chairman 84

6. — Breakfast to Liberal Secretaries and Agents 85

7.— Other Meetings 89



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NATIONAL LIBERAL FEDERATION.



President:
The Right Hon. A. H. D. ACLAND.

Chairman of Committee:

EDWARD EVANS.

{President of the Liverpool Liberal Federal Council.)

Treasurer:
ROBERT BIRD.

{Vice-President of the Cardiff Liberal Association,)

Executive Committee:

{Elected at the Annual Meeting of the General Committee at Derby ^
March Voth, 1906.)

Angus, William (President of the Newoastle-on-Tyne Liberal Association).

Babran, Alfred (Leeds Liberal Federation).

Beelst, T. Carter (President of the Hyde Division [Cheshire] Liberal Association).

Bbntham, George Jackson (Chairman of the Hull and District Liberal Federation).

Bunting, P. W. (Vice-President of the South St. Pancras Liberal Association).

Burgess, A. H. (Hon. Sec. of the Harborough Division [Leicestershire] Lib. Assn.).

Elverston, Harold (Treasurer of the Manchester Liberal Federation).

Fletcher, Thomas (President of the Derby Liberal Association).

Gilbert, J. D. (London Liberal Federation).

Johnson, B. S. (President of the Bootle Division [Lanes.] Liberal Association).

Leveson-Gtowbr, George (Chairman of Executive, Home Counties Div. of theN.L.F.).

MoiR, Lewis (Vice-President of the Ipswich Liberal Association).

MoREUZLL, J. B. (Treasurer of the York Liberal Association).

Priestman, H. B. (President of the Bradford Liberal Association).

Radford, Charles H. (President of the Plymouth Liberal Association).

Slack, John Bamford (Vice-President of the South St. Pancras Liberal Association).

TowNSEND, Charles (President of the Bristol Liberal Federation).

Wright, Frank (President of the Birmingham Liberal Association).

Secretary:
ROBT. A. HUDSON.

Assistant Secretary :
FRANK BARTER.

OfFIGES :

42, PARLIAMENT STREET, LONDON, S.W.
(Telegrams; *' Liberalize," London. Telephone: 3172 Gerrard.)



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PROCEEDINGS

AT TH£

ANNUAL MEETING OF THE COUNCIL

OF THS

NATIONAL LIBERAL FEDERATION

HELD AT THB

HOPE HALL, LIVERPOOL,

WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, MAIli^dZnnd 2ith, 1906.



FIRST SESSION.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 23bd. ^ p.m.



ELECTION OF PRESIDENT AND TREASURER.

Moved by Mb. Edward Evans (Chairman of Committee) ; seoonded

by Mr. Frank Wright (Birmingham) ; and resolved r —

" That the Right Honourable Arthur H. D. Acland be elected Presi-
dent, and that Mr. Robert Bird be elected Treasurer for the
ensuing year."

VOTE OF THANKS TO RETIRING PRESIDENT AND
TREASURER.

Moved by Mr. A. E. W. Mason, M.P. (Coventry) ; seconded by

Mr. B. S. Johnson (President of the Bootle Division [Lanes.] Liberal

Association) ; and resolved : —

'' That this Council tenders to Mr. Birrell its warm congratulations
upon his entrance to the Cabinet as President of the Board of
Education. It views with very real regret his retirement from the
Presidency of this Federation, records its profound sense and
most grateful appreciation of the service he has rendered to the
party, both as President of the National Liberal Federation
and as Chairman of the Liberal Publication Department ; and
offers to him its earnest good wishes in the high and re«



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sponsible work which falls to him in the first session of the new
Parliament.
"^^The Council also congratulates Mr. Massie upon his election to
the House of Commons, deeply regrets his resignation of the
Treasurership, and tenders to him its best thanks for the many
and great services which he has rendered to this organisation
over a period of so many years."

REPORT AND STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS.

Moved by Mb. William Angus (President of the Newcastle-on-

Tyne Liberal Association) ; seconded by Mr. J. F. L. Brunneb, M.P.

(Lancashire — Leigh Division) ; and resolved : —

"That the report and statement of accounts be received and
adopted."

THE GENERAL ELECTION AND THE NEW GOVERNMENT.
Moved by Mr. Bamford Slack (St. Albans) ; seconded by Dr.
A. P. Thomas (Liverpool) ; and resolved : —

'' That this Council, at its first meeting since the General Election,
records its profound satisfaction that the long reign of Toryism
is ended, and that the affairs of the country are in the hands of
a Liberal Government, resting on the support of the greatest
Parliamentary majority since the time of the great Reform
Act of 1832.

** The Council expresses its loyal and heartfelt confidence in Sir
Henry Campbell-Bannerman and his colleagues in the
Ministry, and pledges itself to use every effort to maintain
and increase the strength of Liberalism in the constituencies."

FREE TRADE.

Moved by Thr Lord Brassey, K.C.B. ; seconded by Mr. Alfred

MoND, M.P. (Chester: Treasurer of the Free Trade Union); and

resolved : —

"That this Council expresses its great satisfaction at the deter-
mination of the country, as made evident at the General Elec-
tion, to resist all attempts to deprive it of the incalculable
advantage which has accrued to it from the adoption of Free
Trade; and the Council pledges itself, whenever the need shall
again arise, to repeat its resistance to Protection, whether in
theformofa taxonfoodorof ageneral tariff, or disguised as Re-
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SECOND SESSION.

THURSDAY, MAY 24th. 10.30 a.m.



EDUCATION.

Moved by Mr. George White, M.P. (Norfolk — North- Western
Division); seconded by Mr. Ellis J. Griffith, M.P. (Anglesey);
supported by Lord Stanley of Alderlet ; and resolved : —

''That this Council heartily supports the Education Bill, as based
upon the principles that in elementary education there shall
be complete public management and control, and no religious
tests for teachers, and that no part of the cost of denomina-
tional teaching shall fall upon public funds.

"The Council, confident that the constituencies approve of the
measure as giving effect to principles they have already en-
dorsed at the polls, and recognising that the Bill as it stands
is framed in a spirit of generous consideration for the claims
of the existing denominational schools, urges the Government
to resist all attempts to whittle away principles which the
country is resolved to see enforced, and on which alone can the
foundation be laid for the future educational progress which the
nation so urgently needs.

"Further, the Council earnestly hopes that opportunity will soon
be found to apply the same principles to the important ques-
tions of Secondary Education and the Training of Teachers."

THE FIRST SESSION OF THE NEW PARLIAMENT.

Moved by Sir Joh<^ Brunner, Bart, M.P. (Cheshire : Northwich

Division); seconded by Mr. Henry Vivian, M.P. (Birkenhead);

supported by Mr. George Green (Chairman of the General Council

of the Scottish Liberal Association) ; and resolved : —

*' That this Council warmly approves of the programme of legisla-
tion which, in addition to the Education Bill, is outlined in
the King's Speech, containing as it does such measures as those
dealing with Trade Disputes, Workmen's Compensation, Unem-
ployment, the Equalisation of Bates in London, Merchant
Shipping, the Abolition of the Property Qualification for County
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''The Council confidently trusts the Government and the Liberal
majority in the House of Commons to see that these Bills are
placed upon the Statute Book this Session, and looks forward
in future Sessions to measures which shall carry out the other
social and political reforms to which the Liberal party stands
pledged.

" The Council records its satisfaction with the action of the Goyemment
in r^ard to Chinese Labour and other South African problems,
approves its policy as regards labour in the great adminis-
trative departments of the State, and cordially endorses the
declarations made by the House of Commons ¥dth regard to the
Taxation of Land Values, Land Tenure, Old Age Pensions, the
Feeding of School Children, the Control of the Liquor Traffic,
and the Payment of Members and of Official Election Expenses."



VOTE OF THANKS TO LIVERPOOL HOSTS.

Moved by Mr. A. H. Scott, M.P. (Ashton-under-Lyne) ; seconded

by Mr. G. Leyeson-Goweb (National Liberal Federation — Executive

Committee) ; and resolved : —

''That the best thanks of this Council be tendered to the President of
the Liverpool Liberal Federal Council and his colleagues, and to the
Officers and Members of the Reception Committee ; also to Mr. A.
G. Jeans, Chairman of the Liverpool Reform Club ; Mr. Walter J.
Bellis, Chairman of the Liverpool Junior Reform Club ; and the
Committees of both those Clubs, and to the Managers of the White
Star and Cunard Lines, to Messrs. Lever Bros., to the Directors of
the Electrical Railway, and to all others who, by the excellence of
their local arrangements and by their cordial welcome and generous
hospitality, have contributed so much to the pleasure of the Dele-
gates, and to the success of the visit of the National Liberal
f*ederation to Liverpool."



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PUBLIC MEETING

HKLD IM THE

THURSDAY MFMNING, MAT 24tfc, 1906.



Mr. Edvard Evans, J.P. (President of the Li¥erpool Liberal
Federal Conncil), in the Chair.



CHAIRMAN'S ADDRESS.
SPEECH BY

The Right Hon. D. LLOYD-GEORGE, M.P.

(President of the Board of Trade).

THANKS TO MR. LLOTDGEORGE, AND CONFIDENCE IN
THE GOVERNMENT.

Moved by The Right Hon. A. H. D. Acland (President of the
National Liberal Federation) ; seconded by The Right Hon. R. R.
Chebbt, K.C, M.P., Attorney-General for Ireland (Exchange Division
of Liverpool) ; supported by Dr. A. P. Thomas ; and resolved : —

'*That this meeting expresses its deep regret at the absence of the
Prime Minister and at the cause of that absence ; while according
its warmest thanks to Mr. Lloyd-George for his presence and speech
to-night ; it congratulates Sir Henry CampbeU-Bannerman upon
his accession to the high office of Prime Minister and assures
him and his colleagues of the loyal and heartfelt confidence of the
Liberal Party ; it endorses the resolutions adopted by the
Council of the National Liberal Federation at its meetings in
Liverpool, and pledges itself to use every effort to maintain and
increase the strength of Liberalism in the constituencies."

THANKS TO THE CHAIRMAN.

Moved by Mb. Lloyd - Geobge ; seconded by Mb. George
Whitbley, M.P., Chief Liberal Whip (Pudsey Division, Yorks.); and
resolved : —

''That this Meeting expresses its best thanks to the Chairman of the
Liverpool Liberal Federal Council for his conduct in the Chair
to-night."



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NATIONAL LIBERAL FEDERATION.



REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.



INTRODUCTORY.

The year has been a memorable one, since it has witnessed the
end of a long period of Tory rule, and the advent to office of a
Liberal Government resting on the support of the largest House of
Commons majority since the Reform Act of 1832.

This is a highly satisfactory and triumphant outcome of long
years of preparation, but the result has been well worth waiting and
working for. A peaceful revolution has been effected in the balance
of parties, and in the personnel of the House of Commons. The
Liberal party heartily welcomes the great increase in the num-
ber of Labour members. The problems of practical politics can only
be successfully dealt with by the friendly and sympathetic co-opera-
tion of all sections of the forces of Progress.

Signs of a new spirit, alike in legislation and administration, are
everywhere evident. There is a great deal to be done before the
house can be set in order, but the work is being attacked with great
industry and enthusiasm. In that work the Liberal Ministry and
members of the House of Commons will have the hearty support
and co-operation of this Federation and of the Liberal party in the
constituencies. ; : :'\\[' - • /-



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10

TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING.

The Twenty-seventh Annual Meeting of the Federation was held at
Newcastle-on-Tyne on May 18th and 19th, 1905.

FIRST SESSION OF THE COUNCIL.
Thursday, May 18th, 1905.

The First Session of the Council was held in the Town Hall
on the afternoon of Thursday, May 18th, Mr. Augustine Birrell
presiding.

The adoption of the Annual Beport and Statement of Accounts
was moved by the President, seconded by Sir James Joicey, Bt., M.P.
(Durham — Chester-le-Street), and carried unanimously.

It was moved by Mr. William Angus (President of the Newcastle-
on-Tyne Liberal Association), seconded by Mr. Thomas Cairns (Pros-
pective Liberal Candidate for Newcastle-on-Tyne), and unanimously
resolved : —

"That Mr. Augustine Birrell, K.C., be re-elected President, and that
Mr. John Masaie be re-elected Treasurer for the ensuing
year."

It was moved by Mr. Thomas Burt, M.P. (Morpeth), seconded by
Mr. Ellis J. Griffith, M.P. (Anglesey), supported by Mr. J. A. Pease,.
M.P. (Essex — Saffron Walden Division), and unanimously resolved : —
**That this Council records its hearty and unabated confidence in Lord
Spencer and Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman and their colleagues
in the two Houses of Parliament, and calls upon Ministers to sub-
mit themselves to the judgment of the constituencies instead of
clinging to office in face of the Country's clearly expressed condem-
nation of their record and policy."

It was moved by Sir Christopher Furness, M.P. (Hartlepool),,
seconded by Mr. Reginald McKenna, M.P. (Monmouthshire —
Northern Division), and unanimously resolved: —

''That this Council, convinced of the benefits which have accrued to-
this country through its adoption of Free Trade as the national
policy, affirms its unwavering determination to resist all proposala
to depart from that policy, since, whether presented under the
guise of Tariff Reform, Retaliation, Preferential Trade, or
Protection, they must inevitably raise the price of food and raw
materials, diminish trade, involve us in a war of tarifis, endanger
. « our relations with the Colonies, and threaten the stability of the-
;■ '; ':E|i4)ire:"



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It was moved bj Mr. Charles Fen wick, M.P. (Northumberland —

Wansbeck Division), seconded by Mr. W. H. Lever (Chairman of

the Wirral [Cheshire] Liberal Association), and unanimously

resolved : —

•'That this Council is strongly of opinion that immediate steps should
be taken to restore to workmen the right of effective combination
of which they have recently been deprived by decisions of the



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