§ 5. Sir REGINALD POLE-CAREW
asked the right hon. Gentleman whether his attention has been drawn to the dormitories occupied by the cadets at Osborne, to the want of ventilation under the floors, absence of fireplace, large window space, and system of heating (with the result that the rooms are always either draughty or stuffy), and the construction of the walls; and whether he will cause inquiry to be made as to their sanitary condition?
§ Mr. CHURCHILL
The Departmental Committee on the education and training of cadets, midshipmen, and junior officers, in the course of their inquiries, paid special attention to the sanitary condition 1161 of Osborne College, and their Report is at present under the consideration of the Board.