§ MR. B. KELLY
asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury, If he is aware that a large body of fishermen who frequent Bunnatroohan Pier and Harbour, county Donegal, applied to the beard of Works by memorial to have certain additional works carried out so as to make the harbour useful and safe to the fishermen; whether any report has since been received as to the necessity for such works; and, if there be any likelihood of their being carried out to prevent the great damage and injury to the beats frequenting the harbour?
§ THE SECRETARY TO THE TREASURY (Mr. H. H. FOWLER)
A Memorial numerously signed was received for additional works at this harbour under the Sea Fisheries (Ireland) Act, 1883. The Commissioners appointed under that Act not having allocated any funds for works at Bunnatroohan, no Report has been made. The proposed works would much improve the harbour.