HC Deb 28 August 1907 vol 182 c433
Mr. JAMES O'KELLY (Roscommon, N.)

To ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland if the principal police officers who inquired into the alleged outrage at Drumdoe have been recently rewarded by the police authorities for their exertions in this case; whether they proved that outrage was committed by somebody within the house; and whether he can see his way to recommend the appointment of these same officers to inquire into and report on the recent occurrence at Lord Ashtown's house in county Tipperary.

(Answered by Mr. Birrell.) I am not at present in a position to add anything to the replies which I gave to Questions on this subject on the 20th instant.†