HC Deb 29 March 1909 vol 3 cc15-6

asked the right hon. Gentleman whether he can now state the result of his inquiries with regard to the loss of the fishing-nets of skipper David Parker, of Cellardyke; whether, seeing that Parker's whole means of livelihood had been destroyed, he will favourably consider this claim as soon as possible; and whether he will compensate Parker for the loss of his time during his deprivation as well as for the actual value of the nets, etc., destroyed?


The necessary inquiries are not quite completed, but it is hoped that it may be possible to furnish Mr. Parker with a favourable reply in the course of a few days.