§ MR. JOSEPH DEVLIN
To ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland whether he is aware that dissatisfaction exists in Ireland because jurors are compelled to attend on juries without any remuneration for loss of time or incidental or travelling expenses; and whether he will introduce legislation to assist in remedying the present state of things.
(Answered by Mr. Walter Long.) Representations to the effect stated in the first part of the Question have been received. The law is uniform in the three Kingdoms. The reply, therefore, to the second inquiry is in the negative.
|Passengers outwards.||Passengers inwards.||Balance outwards or inwards.|
|British North America||69,744||18,397||Outward||51,347|
|Australia and New Zealand||13,762||8,670||Outward||5,092|
|Cape of Good Hope and Natal||26,681||27,651||Inward||970|
§ The destinations of the outward passengers given are the countries in which they contract to land, and not necessarily their ultimate destinations for purposes of settlement.