HC Deb 11 December 1906 vol 167 c110
MR. MILDMAY (Devonshire, Totnes)

To ask the Secretary to the Admiralty whether he will consider the advisability of shifting the headquarters of H.M.S. "Julia," engaged in the work of protecting the fishing industry on the south-west coast, from Falmouth to Plymouth s as the more central point from which to protect the Looe, Plymouth, and Brixham boats.

(Answered by Mr. Edmund Robertson.) While no doubt Plymouth would be more central for the protection of the Looe, Plymouth, and Brixham boats, Falmouth is found to be the more central place for the Devon and Cornwall fishery work generally.