§ MR. BLAKE
asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury, How much of the £13,000 proposed to be put in the present year's Estimates for Fishery Harbours on the Irish Coast is intended for new works; how much for the completion of harbours in progress; and if any portion will be devoted to make good 715 any sum over expended on piers or harbours in progress or lately completed; and, if so, on what works; and, if any portion, and, if so, how much, of this £13,000 is included in the £45,000 voted by Parliament under "The Belief of Distress (Ireland) Amendment Act, 1881?"
§ MR. COURTNEY
Sir, a sum of £3,250 will be available for absolutely new works; the remainder of the £13,000 being devoted to works in various stages of progress. No part of the £13,000 is included in the sum of £45,000 sanctioned in 1880; but a small sum (£750) out of it will be spent in additions to two piers built out of that grant, and forms part of the provision for works in progress.
§ MR. W. H. SMITH
Will any portion of the sum named by the hon. Gentleman be devoted to the works at Arklow?