HC Deb 18 February 1867 vol 185 c469

said, he wished to ask the Chief Secretary for Ireland, If his attention has been called to a statement made by the Chairman of the Waterworks Committee in the Municipal Council of Dublin, that a substantial leakage had taken place in the great reservoir of the Vartry Waterworks; if he is aware that notice has been served by the surveyor of the county Wicklow on the Waterworks Committee in reference to the dangerous condition of that reservoir; and if it is the intention of the Irish Government to have the reservoir and works inspected by and reported on by Government engineers?


, in reply, said, the reservoir had been inspected by two eminent engineers, and information of a satisfactory nature had been received; but he was not at present in possession of full information on the subject. He expected the Report in a few days.