HC Deb 14 May 1888 vol 326 c167
MR. P. M'DONALD (Sligo, N.)

asked the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. Whether A. E. Fleury, reported in The Lisburn Standard, of the 14th of April last, as having been appointed incumbent's churchwarden, at a meeting of the annual Easter Vestry of the parish of Christ Church, Lisburn, held on the 4th of April last, the Rev. Arthur J. Moore, M.A., in the chair, is the Constabulary District Inspector of Lisburn; and, whether Mr. Fleury was present at said meeting, when a Resolution in favour of the continuance of the Irish Sunday Closing Act and its extension to the five cities now exempted was passed unanimously; and, if so, whether it is in conformity with the regulations of the Service for a member of the Constabulary Force to accept or hold any such appointment, or to support or assist in the passing of a Resolution at any meeting condemnatory of any Act of Parliament which it is his duty to enforce?


I have not yet been able to get the necessary Report to enable me to answer the Question. Perhaps the hon. Member will put it on a subsequent occasion.