HC Deb 06 July 1904 vol 137 cc799-800
MR. JORDAN (Fermanagh, S.)

I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord-Lieu- † See (4) Debates, cxxxvi., 491. tenant of Ireland if his attention has been drawn to the report of Dr. M'Carthy, made to the Local Government Board on the 30th May last, in reference to the condition of the Blacklion Dispensary in the Enniskillen Union, and to his statements that the rooms are filled with accumulations of old bottles and rubbish, and that vigorous action is needed to remedy this state of affairs, and as to the unsuitability of the rooms used for the dispensary for children and delicate and elderly patients; and, if so, will he take steps to compel the improvement of these premises, or insist on the guardians providing another house instead of that now occupied by the dispensary.


The attention of the guardians has been directed to this report, and the Board has no reason to doubt they will take suitable action to remedy the condition of things complained of.