§ MR. EDWARD HARRINGTON (Kerry, W.)
asked the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, If 150 persons, from Ballyferriter, have been summoned to the Dingle Petty Sessions for obstruction of the Sheriff 223 and police during the recent evictions, or proposed evictions, on Lord Cork's property in Ventry; whether any hurt or violence resulted from the demonstrations of the tenantry on that occasion; whether Lord Cork, through his agent Mr. Kearney, has amicably settled with his tenants there; and, what is The purpose, under the circumstances, of the proposed prosecution of 150 people?
§ THE CHIEF SECRETARY (Mr. A. J. BALFOUR) (Manchester, E.)
I have called for a Report into this matter; but there has not been time for its receipt.
§ MR. EDWARD HARRINGTON
asked, If The right hon. Gentleman knew if the Petty Sessions would come off before he received The Report?