HC Deb 28 March 1890 vol 343 cc163-4

I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland whether any complaints have reached the Lord Chancellor of the conduct of Mr. Hugh Graham, J.P., of Rahoney, Dromore, County Tyrone, accusing him of drunkenness and threatening to assault a passenger in a railway carriage on the 27th of March, 1889, of being under the influence of drink while giving evidence in a Land Court on 23rd January, 1889, when Mr. Justice Litton had him removed from court by a policeman; and of being on another occasion drunk at the Omagh Railway Station and annoying ladies, when a policeman who was asked to arrest him refused, on the grounds that he was on railway premises; and whether the Lord Chancellor has inquired into these allegations, and with what result?


I must also ask the hon. Gentleman to repeat this question on Monday, and, in the meantime, I will obtain information.