§ MR. JAMES O'CONNOR (Wicklow, W.)
I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland if he can state the number of Royal Irish Constabulary who are provided with bicycles; whether the bicycles are the personal property of the members using them; and if he can say how many of the bicycles are of Irish manufacture.
§ THE CHIEF SECRETARY FOR IRELAND (Mr. WYNDHAM,) Dover
Bicycles used by members of the Force are in every case the property of the men except two motor cycles the property of Government. The number of the former is unknown, nor can it be stated where the machines were manufactured. The two motor cycles were not manufactured in Ireland.
§ MR. WILLIAM REDMOND
In view of the fact that good bicycles are manufactured in Ireland, will the right hon. Gentleman see that they are purchased
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|Name of Union.||Number of schemes proposed.||Total number of cottages proposed to be erected.||Number of cottages annually sanctioned and erected.||Date at which scheme initiated.||Date at which loans sanctioned for cottages.|
§ in that country when required for police purposes?