§ * SIR CHARLES DILKE
I beg to ask the Under Secretary of State for Foreign. Affairs whether, besides the question of 933 indemnity for a ship detained on the Niger, in respect of which the principle of arbitration on the amount of indemnity had already been accepted by Her Majesty's Government, any other questions were brought forward by Her Majesty's Government, in connection with the Waima Arbitration, in their note of March, to which no answer has been received.
§ * MR. BRODRICK
Certain claims pending on either side were put forward. The questions are, however, still the subject of negotiation and cannot properly be discussed.