HC Deb 28 July 1903 vol 126 c547
MR. LUNDON (Limerick, E.)

I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland whether, in view of the fact that the Listowel and Bally bunion Railway Company is at present under the Vice Chancellor's Court, he will say what is the amount of the debt and who are the mortgagees and solicitors having control over the management; to whom can any servant of the company appeal in case there is a grievance; and to whom should the public appeal where it is necessary to call attention to the management or where it is necessary to appeal for through or exceptional rates affecting the district through which the line runs.


The affairs of this company being before the Vice-Chancellor in his judicial capacity, he declines to give ally information in respect to it. With reference to the concluding inquiry I presume that any specific complaint by persons aggrieved may be addressed to the Department of Agriculture.