§ SIR JOHN LENG (Dundee)
I beg to ask the Secretary to the Admiralty if he will give the names of the six signal stations of the coastguard already
1458 fitted with wireless telegraphy apparatus and of the eight others to be fitted with such apparatus during the coming financial year, and state whether these stations are available for communication, when required, between mercantile vessels and the shore.
§ †See page 841.
§ THE SECRETARY TO THE ADMIRALTY(Mr. ARNOLD-FORSTER, Belfast, W.)
The following stations have been established:—Dover, Culver Cliff, Portland, Rame Head, Scillys, and Roches Point. The following are proposed to be fitted during the next financial year:—Bere Island, Spurn Head, Alderney, St. Abb's Head, St. Ann's. Head, Landguard, Port Patrick, Duncansby Head. As regards com mercial signalling it is proposed to carry this out from the stations which will be included in the new Lloyds Admiralty agreement, which are:—Culver Cliff, Scillys, Spurn Head, St. Abb's Head, Portland, St. Ann's Head, Duncansby Head, and Roches