HC Deb 20 July 1937 vol 326 cc1949-51
64. Mr. E. Smith

asked the Secretary for Mines whether he will initiate inquiries to ascertain whether in order to support the Brymbo Disaster Relief Fund

61. Mr. Jenkins

asked the Secretary for Mines the quantity of coal consumed in Great Britain in 1934, 1935, and 1936, and the estimated consumption for the present year in hydrogenation, in high-temperature carbonisation, and in low-temperature carbonisation, respectively; and the respective quantities of petrol or benzol, and of heavy oils produced?

Captain Crookshank

As the answer involves a number of figures, I will, with the hon. Member's permission, circulate it in the OFFICIAL REPORT.

Following is the answer:

or the Brymbo Memorial Fund, any of the following funds can be used: Longton Fund, 1889, Talke Fund, 1866, or any other funds raised for the relief of the victims of colliery disasters?

Captain Crookshank

The Longton Fund, 1889, is exhausted, but I have communicated with the Secretary of the Talke Fund, and I will let the hon. Member know the result in due course.

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