HC Deb 16 March 1922 vol 151 cc2395-6W

asked the President of the Board of Trade the quantity of tea lying in bond in the following English ports, Manchester, Liverpool, Newcastle, Hull, and Bristol Channel ports, on 31st January last?


The stock of tea in bonded warehouses on

Company. Directors. Remuneration per annum.
British Cellulose and Chemical Manufacturing Co., Ltd. Sir W. Alexander, K. B. E., C. B., C. M. G., D. S. O. 500
Sir P. G. Henriques, K. B. E. 500
Home Crown Sugar, Ltd. Sir J. Martin 300.
Anglo-Persian Oil Co. Sir E. H. Packe, K. B. E. 500
Lord Inchcape Has declined to draw the £500 per annum to which he is entitled.

All of the above surrender to the Exchequer any fees to which they may be

31st January, 1922, in the English ports referred to was as follows:—

Manchester 14,608,000
Liverpool 1,599,000
Newcastle 136,000
Hull 22,000
Bristol 5,000
Cardiff 55,000
Newport 4,000
Swansea 87,000