§ MR. MOLTENO (Dumfriesshire)
To ask the Secretary for Scotland whether his attention has been drawn to the dissatis-
|Name of institution.||District or parish in which burial ground is situate.||Date of approval.|
|Carmelite Convent, Silver Hall -||Heston and Isleworth Urban District||21st April 1902|
|Convent of the Burnham Community of the Sisters of the Sacred Heart||Burnham Urban District, Somerset||17th Dec. 1902|
|Benedictine Priory of the Sacred Heart||Ventnor Urban District||31st Dec. 1902|
|Clarence House Convent of Benedictine Nuns||East Cowes Urban District||18th July 1903|
|Conventional Church of the Society of St. John the Evangelist at Cowley||City of Oxford||7th Nov. 1904|
|East Dene, occupied by Nuns of the Order of the Sacred Heart||Bonchurch, Isle of Wight Portslade||28th Feb. 1905|
|St. Mary's Convent, Portslade|
|St. Cecilia's Abbey, occupied by Benedictine Nuns||St. Helen's Urban District, Isle of Wight||28th June 1906|
|19th July 1907|
|Monastery on the Quarr Abbey House Estate||Binstead, Isle of Wight||14th Aug. 1907|
§ faction prevailing among the fishermen of the Scottish portion of the Solway in regard to the conditions under which they have to carry on their industry; whether he is aware that legislation was at one time in contemplation; and whether he will consider what steps of this nature can be taken at an early date.
§ (Answered by Mr. Sinclair.) I am aware of the dissatisfaction prevailing in reference to this matter and the suggestions that have been advanced for legislation. I have placed myself in communication with the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries, and learn that it is hoped the Salmon Fisheries Act for England of this session may materially facilitate a settlment of this question.