HC Deb 30 July 1906 vol 162 cc425-6

To ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland at what time do the Estates Commissioners propose to divide the untenanted lands at Rareddy and Granna on the Beetson Persse estate, the Grallagh farm on the Burke estate, Marble Hill, the Doon and Cox's Town farms on the O'Farrell estate, Daly's Town, the Ben more and Moyleen farms on Dominick Burke's estate, the Killimonday, Gurteen, Kiltulla, and Cahernakelly farms on the William Daly estate, the Raford, Ballykeerin, Bullawn, and the Attymon farms on Colonel Daly's estate, all of which have been purchased by the Commissioners and are in the immediate neighbourhood of Loughrea.

(Answered by Mr. Bryce.) The Estates Commissioners inform me that they expect to deal with the untenanted lands of Rareddy and Granna about November 1st next, when they also propose to deal with Doon, on the O'Farrell estate. The Commissioners have not yet acquired the Burke estate, Marble Hill, but negotiations are proceeding. The Commissioners are unable to identify the lands of Cox's Town without further particulars. The untenanted lands on the estates of Mr. William Daly and Colonel Daly have already been divided. The estate of the representatives of Dominick Burke is not yet ready to be dealt with, the application for sale having been lodged in February last only.