§ MR. P. J. POWER (Waterford, E.)
I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland whether the Government intend taking any steps in the interest of the fisheries on the south coast of Ireland to carry out the recommendations of the Allport Commission, which recommends that—A landing place for the use of first-class fishing boats should be constructed at a point on the east side of Dungarvan Bay near the railway, with which it should be connected by a siding.
§ MR. A. J. BALFOUR
For the present the Government confine their proposals with regard to the recommendations of the Allport Commission to the questions of drainage and of light railways. When the Government has dealt with these we may hope to lay further proposals with regard to the remaining suggestions of the Commission.