HC Deb 19 June 1907 vol 176 c460
MR. MILDMAY (Devonshire, Totnes)

To ask the President of the Board of Trade whether he has come to any decision with regard to the awards for services rendered by fishermen and others at the wreck of the "Jebba."


Yes, sir. The following awards have been granted:— To the ten coastguard employed, £16 2s. each. To the nineteen assistants continuously employed and to Henry Hurrell, £2 each. To the fourteen assistants employed from 6.30 a.m., £1 each. To T. Thornton and F. Hurrell an extra award of 10s. each, making a total of £2 10s. each. It is also proposed to recommend E. Purslow and R. Hayter, coastguards; I. Jarvis and J. Argeat, assistants; and Mr. W. S. Day, Customs officer, to His Majesty the King for the grant of the bronze medal for gallantry in saving life at sea. With the grant of this medal Jarvis and Argeat will also be given £3 each, making their total remuneration £5 each.