§ Address for—
|"Return respecting Reformatory and Industrial School Ships from 1886 to 1890, inclusive, in the following form:—|
|Name of ship and Captain; also name of Tender, if any; distinguishing Re-formatory Ships from Industrial.||Where stationed.||Number of Boys committed to each ship in each year.||Number of Boys discharged from each Ship in each year, and average time under training.||How disposed of—||Number physically unfitted for sea life of those received on board annually.||Number of Boys which each ship can accommodate for training.||Number of boys borne in each ship on 31st December. 1880.||Number nature of Staff on board or purposes of instruction, exclusive of Captain; status or rank n command, if any; distinguishing seamen instructors from civilian.|
|under 12 years||over 12 years||To sea||Army||To shore situation||Emigrated|
§ —(Admiral Field)1602
§ national school teachers in Ireland, Although the hon. Gentleman will not expect me in an answer to a question to make a statement as to the scheme of the Government, I must say that I cannot believe that any plan for assisting education in Ireland can be otherwise than advantageous to the national school teachers.
§ MR. SEXTON (Belfast, W.)
Before the Government make up their minds, will the Irish Members be made acquainted with their scheme?