HC Deb 04 April 1905 vol 144 cc323-4

I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland if he is aware that on the night of 24th March the greater part of the walls surrounding the farm of John O'Loughlin, on the Lambert Estate, near Athenry, were levelled to the around and his cattle driven off; will he say what arrests have been made in connection therewith; and what steps the Government intend to take to enforce the law in this district.


A gap about six feet wide was made in the wall of Mr. O'Loughlin's farm, the object being to afford a passage for the cattle which were driven off this farm and the adjoining farm, as mentioned in my reply to the last Question.