HC Deb 03 August 1906 vol 162 c1603

To ask the Secretary to the Admiralty if, in further contracts for supply of jam, due care and inspection will be provided to see that only pure sound fruit is used.

(Answered by Mr. Edmund Robertson.) The existing contract arrangements provide that only pure, sound fruit shall be used in the manufacture of jam for the Admiralty, and the contractors' deliveries are subject to a minute and exhaustive examination by expert officers before they are accepted.

New Writ for the County of Denbigh (Eastern Division), in the room of Samuel Moss, esquire (Judge of the County Court of Chester and North Wales).—(Mr. Whiteley.)