§ MR. MARUM
asked the Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Whether his attention has been called to a certain order made at the petty sessions held at Stoneyford, in the county of Kilkenny, upon the 8th day of February 1883, in a case, at the suit of the Board of Guardians of the Union of Thomastown, against James Walsh, of Ballinamona, requiring him to repair the roofs of certain houses in the occupation of one Catherine Mylett and Patrick Sheelan, and wherein the presiding magistrates framed the order so as to be conditional upon the payment of certain arrears of rent due by these occupying tenants, and the lodgment of the same with the clerk of the petty sessions; and, whether there is any objec-jection to the production of such order?
§ MR. TREVELYAN
I have received a communication from the clerk of petty sessions at Stoneyford, which shows that no such order as the hon. Gentle- 1256 man mentions has been made in this case. As a matter of fact, no order whatever has been made, as the case stands adjourned for further hearing.