§ 14. Rear-Admiral BEAMISH
asked the First Lord of the Admiralty it he will give particulars as to the sailing and routes to be followed by His Majesty's ships "Suffolk" and "Cornwall" to Far Eastern waters; and if he will consider the desirability of these ships proceeding in company by South American ports?
|PERSONS on the REGISTER of the EMPLOYMENT EXCHANGE, BARROW-IN-FURNESS.|
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§ 18. Mr. BROMLEY
asked the Minister of Labour how many claims for unemployment benefit have been rejected at the Barrow-in-Furness Employment Exchange during the 12 months ended 30th March,
§ Mr. BRIDGEMAN
Arrangements are being made for His Majesty's ship "Cornwall" to proceed to Far Eastern waters via the Straits of Magellan, calling at various South American ports en route. It is necessary for His Majesty's ship "Suffolk" to proceed direct to China in order to relieve one of the cruisers now on the station, which is required in home waters as soon as possible.