HC Deb 29 June 1904 vol 137 cc24-5
MR. SHEEHAN (Cork County, Mid.)

I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland if he will state what are the results of his inquiries in o the lodging-out allowances granted to seven members of the Royal Irish Constabulary stationed at Millstreet, notwithstanding that there should be a sufficiency of accommodation for them in the barracks; and, seeing that Millstreet and Ballyvourney were formerly included in the Macroom police I district, will he consider the desirability of again attaching them to that station, and thus effect a substantial economy.


There is no accommodation for married men at the Mill-street barracks. The district inspector resides in one portion of the building. The nine remaining apartments are occupied by eight men. The question of abolishing the station as a district headquarters will be considered hereafter; at present it is considered premature to discontinue the station.