HC Deb 05 March 1912 vol 35 cc341-2W

asked the Postmaster-General how many years has Mr. Owen Judge, ex-head constable, Royal Irish Constabulary, been postmaster in Athenry; what were the salary and emoluments attached to the Athenry post office during the period of Mr. Judge's service; what pension has now been awarded him; and can he state the amount of the pension he is already in receipt of as ex-head constable of the Royal Irish Constabulary?


Mr. Judge was postmaster of Athenry for fourteen years and four months; his salary was £80 at the outset, and £134 when he retired. There were no other emoluments. His pension is £23 5s. 11d. a year, with a lump sum bonus of £65 16s. 11d. under the Superannuation Act, 1909. I have no official knowledge of his pension from the Royal Irish Constabulary.