§ Rear-Admiral BEAMISH
asked the First Lord of the Admiralty the numbers of candidates for naval cadetships who have presented themselves before the interviewing Committee on each of the last six occasions; how many in each instance were recommended by the Committee; how many were appointed as naval cadets; and how many passed the medical and qualifying examinations, respectively; and, for the same period, will he state the number and source of other cadets appointed?
§ Mr. BRIDGEMAN
The following are the figures for home entries for Dartmouth:
accommodation for the lower-deck ratings and provide for the cost of their transport?
The Belgian War Memorial at Zeebrugge will be unveiled by His Majesty the King of the Belgians on the 23rd of next month. The Belgian authorities have invited representatives 2489W of the officers and men who took part in the operations to be present at the ceremony. The number will total about 260, of whom about 30 will be officers. Arrangements are being made for them to be conveyed from Dover to Zeebrugge and back in a cruiser.