HC Deb 10 December 1912 vol 45 c249
70. Mr. FRED HALL (Dulwich)

asked on whose recommendation Mr. D. R. Daniel, of Carnarvon, late secretary of the North Wales Quarrymen's Union, was given an appointment under the Coast Erosion Committee; was the position thrown open to competition; what salary is attached thereto; what was Dr. Daniel's age when appointed; and will he be entitled to a pension?


Mr. D. E. Daniel received salary at the rate of £200 per annum unpensionable, during his employment from July, 1906, to May, 1911, as Assistant Secretary to the Royal Commission Coast Erosion whose labours ended at the latter date. I have no information as to the remainder of the question.