HC Deb 03 August 1900 vol 87 c650

On behalf of the hon. Member for South Monaghan, I beg to ask the President of the Board of Trade whether he is aware that the attention of the directors of the Great Northern Railway Company has been called by the traders of Castleblayney and neighbourhood to the injury done to meal, floor, bran, and other feeding stuffs which is delivered in the stores of that company owing to the swarm of rats that infest the place; and if he will take any steps to compel this railway company to protect the property of the traders who have to frequent their line from the rats.


I will draw the attention of the company to the substance of the hon. Member's question.