§ VISCOUST CRANBORNE
I beg to ask the Civil Lord of the Admiralty whether his attention has been called to the case of Mr. H. Bullinaria, and whether anything can be done to meet it?
§ THE CIVIL LORD OF THE ADMIRALTY (Mr. E. ROBERTSON,) Dundee
My attention having been called to this case by the noble Lord, I directed that a Report should be called for from the Yard. It appears that Bullinaria was, during the whole of his illness, an inmate of Brompton Hospital for Consumption and a Home at Sandgate. It was, therefore, not practicable for the medical officer of Chatham Yard to visit him; but as the authorities of the hospital certified that he was suffering from phthisis, and in view of his age (54) his return to work was considered hopeless, and his case was forwarded to the Treasury for superannuation.