§ MR. ARTHUR O'CONNOR (Donegal, E.)
asked the Chief Secretary to 1808 the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, If he will secure the inspection, by the Board of Works, of the following police stations in Donegal:—Linsford, Doaghbeg, Fintown, Grousehall, Gweedore Bunbeg, Redcastle, Barnesgap, Knockbrack, Aughakeely, Kincashlagh, Mynthias, Breenagh, Glenveigh, and Dunkineely, and report on the sanitary state of each, and the accommodation afforded to the men?
§ THE ATTORNEY GENERAL FOR IRELAND (Mr. GIBSON) (Liverpool, Walton)
(who replied) said, he did not think he could comply with the hon. Member's request, on account of the expense which would be involved in holding the investigation. It might, however, meet the hon. Member's convenience if a Report were obtained from the local constabulary authorities with regard to the sanitary state and accommodation in each barracks. The Executive, on receiving the Report, would be in a position to see what steps should be taken in the matter.