§ DR. AMBROSE (Mayo, W.)
To ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland if he will state the names of the police stations comprising the Newport, county Mayo, divisional police district; what is the name and what are the qualifications of the doctor who attends those stations; what is the distance between his residence and each station or barracks; what are the facilities for his travelling to attend a night call at any one of those stations or barracks.
(Answered by Mr. Atkinson.) The Particulars asked for are as follows—
§ of Ireland, in relation to the claim of an evicted tenant, John O'Driscoll Coolclogher, near Millstreet, whether the Estates Commissioners have received a communication from the evicted tenant's representative contradicting the statement made by the landlady that his father, the late T. O'Driscoll, was not an evicted tenant, but surrendered the farm on receiving compensation; whether he has 53 asked the Commissioners for an inquiry into the case; and whether, in a disputed case of this nature, the Commissioners will appoint an inspector to inquire into the validity of the evicted tenant's claim under the Land Act of 1903.
§ (Answered by Mr. Atkinson.) If the estate in question should come before the Commissioners to be dealt with, John O'Driscoll's claim will be inquired into.