HC Deb 16 July 1912 vol 41 cc229-30W

asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland whether the attention of the Law Officers has been called to the prosecution against Mr. Galvin Clahane, Tralee, for trespass on an evicted farm on the Foley estate; and whether, seeing that the people of the district are put to trouble and expense because the fences of the evicted farm are in a wretched condition, steps will be taken, in the interest of public peace, to compel the owners to put the fences into proper repair?


This matter has been brought under the notice of the Attorney-General, who, on inquiry, can find no grounds calling for action on his part. The estate is in Chancery, and if there is any cause for complaint the matter can be brought under the notice of the Court.