HC Deb 30 March 1885 vol 296 cc977-8

asked the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, If the Irish Local Government Board have withdrawn, or resolved to withdraw, their veto against the resolution of the North Dublin Board of Guardians, appointing the Hibernian Bank their treasurer?


This matter appeared to me to be one in which the points at issue, which were not quite clear, would be more probably brought to a settlement by a personal conference than by a continuance of the correspondence. The Local Government Board will accordingly arrange for such conference through their Inspectors; and though there may be a little delay in consequence of a recent change of Inspectors in the Dublin district, I trust a final decision will be come to before long.