HC Deb 09 May 1898 vol 57 c681
MR. THOMAS B. CURRAN (Donegal, N.)

I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland whether he can state the course the Land Commission propose to take as to the cases from the northern part of Innishowen, set down for hearing at Buncrana; whether he is aware that many of the tenants will have to walk 30 miles to have their cases heard if the place of hearing is Buncrana; and whether, under all the circumstances, the court will be held at Carndonagh?


The Commissioners are in communication with the Chairman of the Sub-Commission before whom the cases referred to are listed for hearing, and he will endeavour to fix a date on which the hearing can be taken up at a place more convenient to the parties interested than Buncrana.