§ MR. MICHAEL AUSTIN (Limerick, W.)
I beg to ask the Secretary of State for War, if he has received a resolution unanimously adopted by the Corporation of the city of Limerick, protesting 1724 against the action of the officer commanding the Cork (Military) District, which includes Limerick, in having issued an order the effect of which will seriously injure Limerick traders and the supplies to the canteens obtained for this district from only one house in Cork; and whether he will reconsider the matter and direct the order to be withdrawn?
§ *THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR WAR (Mr. CAMPBELL-BANNERMAN,) Stirling Burghs
The resolution referred to was received yesterday. I can give no other answer than that which I gave on the 9th instant to the hon. Member for Kilkenny.