§ MR. GILHOOLY (Cork, W.)
asked the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, If a respectable farmer named James O'Mahoney has been refused a licence to carry fire-arms by Mr. Warburton, R.M., Bantry; and, whether Mr. Warburton, when applied to by farmers in the Bantry District for licences to carry fire-arms, usually demands a certificate from two local magistrates; and, if so, will Mr. Warburton be informed that the Law requiring such a certificate has been repealed?
§ THE CHIEF SECRETARY (Sir MICHAEL HICKS-BEACH) (Bristol, W.)
This Question, and No. 15, also standing in the name of the hon. Member, necessitated inquiries in the localities mentioned, and there has not been time for the replies to come to hand.