HC Deb 24 November 1884 vol 294 cc244-5

asked the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, For what reason a police hut and five policemen are continued at Kilmoon, in the county of Clare; if they had been stationed there originally for the protection of a man named Gardner, who took a farm from which a person had been evicted; and, if Gardner has recently surrendered back the farm, and thereby regained his popularity; and, if so, whether the Government will order the removal of the hut and extra police?


Gardiner has surrendered the farm, but another person has taken it; and the protecting police force cannot, therefore, be removed.