HC Deb 23 August 1887 vol 319 c1529
MR. M'LAREN (Cheshire, Crewe)

asked the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Whether it is proposed to grant an additional sum of £2,000 to the Munster Dairy School, besides the £2,500 provided for in the Estimates; and, if so, whether he will give ample notice of the date on which this proposal will be made?


(who replied} said: The hon. Member will find most of the information which he asks for if he refers to the Supplementary Estimates before the House. He will see that it is proposed that of the special grant of £50,000 to Ireland the sum of £2,000 should be voted as a Grant in Aid of the Munster Agricultural and Dairy National School. He will also see that the sum provided in the annual Estimates is not £2,500, as he thinks, but £2,000, of which it is estimated that only £750 will be a net cost to the State. I have no doubt that ample notice will be given of the taking of these Votes.