§ MR. EDWARD MITCHELL (Fermanagh, N.)
I beg to ask the Chief; Secretary to the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland if his attention has been called to the condition in which Enniskillen Fair Green is kept by the proprietor, who collects tolls therefrom; and J whether he will consider the advisability of introducing legislation to oblige owners of such fair greens to erect watering troughs for cattle exhibited at the fair, and for the keeping in proper condition of the surface of the fair greens.
§ MR. WYNDHAM
No complaints have been made to the new Department respecting the condition of the Fair Green at Enniskillen. The local authority under the Diseases of Animals Act has power to make regulations for the cleansing of the market place. I am making further inquiry in the matter.