§ MR. O'MALLEY
I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord-Lieutenant 610 of Ireland whether he is aware that the money promised under the Mirine Works (Ireland) Act for the construction of a pier in Clifden Harbour has not yet been expended on that work; and whether, in view of the importance to the propsr development of the fishing industry of the construction of such a per, he will, without further delay, carry out the intention and promise of the Act in respect to Clifden.
§ MR. WALTER LONG
In March, 1903, the Government announced to the county council its intention to allocate from funds provided under the Marine Works Act a sum of £4,000 on works at Kinvarra, Salthill, or Clifden. Of this amount £1,100 have already been allocated to Kinvarra. The question of undertaking works at Clifden is at present engaging consideration.