HC Deb 18 April 1904 vol 133 c394

I beg to ask the Secretary of State for War whether he is aware that a farm on the estate of Lady Pole-Carew, situated at Ballyboy, near Clogheen, county Tipper try, from which Mr. James Kenealy was evicted, is being used as a parade ground by the Royal Artillery stationed in the district; and, if so, will he state under what conditions the War Office took and hold this evicted farm.


Right to manoeuvre and exercise only on Ballyboy farm was let to the Artillery as an accommodation for five months from 1st March last at £1 per month


Why did the Government select an evicted farm for the purposes of a parade ground? Have they not plenty of other parade grounds near?