§ Mr. VINCENT KENNEDY
asked when the free grant was made on the J. B. Little estate, R.N.L.I. 71, county Cavan, to Peter M'Taggart; what was the amount granted; and who was the inspector who dispensed this grant?
§ Mr. BIRRELL
When dealing with this estate the Estates Commissioners sanctioned grants not exceeding £120 for buildings, £20 for fences, and £60 for live stock in the case of the holding allotted by them to Peter M'Taggart. Owing to its being favourably situated for obtaining building materials the house cost £8 less than estimated, making the total expenditure in this case £192 as against £200 estimated. The expenditure of this kind is carried out by members of the outdoor staff of the Commissioners who are responsible, and it is not the practice to state the names of the particular officers who may be required to carry out the Commissioners' directions.
§ Mr. KENNEDY
asked whether a free grant and, if so, how much was made to John Donohoe, on the J. B. Little estate, R. No. L. I. 71, county Cavan; and when was the grant expended?
§ Mr. BIRRELL
When dealing with this estate the Estates Commissioners sanctioned grants not exceeding £60 for buildings, £15 for fences, and £50 for stock in the case of the holding allotted to John Donohoe. The grants for fences and stock were expended immediately after they were sanctioned. The buildings have now been completed, and the unexpended190W balance of the building grant will be paid at an early date.