HC Deb 01 March 1910 vol 14 c822W

asked what steps the Estates Commissioners are taking in the case of Daniel O'Donoghue, formerly of Ballycasheen, near Killarney, who was evicted from his holding on the estate of Mr. Coltsman, and on whose case several of the Estates Commissioners' inspectors have reported favourably?


The Estates Commissioners have inquired into Daniel Donoghue's application. The holding is not situate on the Coltsman estate, but on the estate of Lord Kenmare, and Mr. Coltsman is the tenant, his grandfather having purchased the tenant's interest so far back as 1830. The Commissioners have decided that they cannot take any action in the matter of Donoghue's application for reinstatement