HC Deb 08 January 1913 vol 46 cc1203-4W

asked the Vice-President of the Department of Agriculture (Ireland) whether he is aware that an important fair is due at Enniskillen on the 10th January; and can he see his way to remove the restrictions on the movement of cattle in North Fermanagh before that date, and in time to allow public notice to be given, as there is great distress among small farmers in Fermanagh and adjoining counties owing to the want of oppor-trinities of selling their cattle?


The restrictions are re-moved by Order to-day.


asked the Vice-President of the Department of Agriculture (Ireland) if he can now see his way to have the cattle-trade restrictions in county Fermanagh immediately removed, so that the Enniskillen fair may be held on the 10th instant, at which the people of the district may dispose of the cattle which, to their loss and inconvenience, they have been prevented from selling for a considerable time?


The Department have made an Order the effect of "which is to remove all restrictions from county Fermanagh. Enniskillen fair can therefore be held.