§ MR. TULLY
To ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord-Lieutenant of I eland whether the Estates Commissioners can state the total sum advanced for the purchase of the turbary on the King-Harman Estate, and the amount of the yearly instalment for the repayment of this sum; what is the total amount of the salaries paid at present by the turbary trustees approved; of by the Estates Commissioners; what steps have been taken by the Estates Commissioners, or the trustees approved of by them, to publish to the tenants the terms of the trust deed dealing with the fuel supply; and where can a copy of this trust deed be inspected by any of the tenants on this estate.
(Answered by MR. Walter Long.) The amount of the purchase money was £1,338, and the annuity thereon is £43 9s. 8d. The Commissioners have no information as to the second inquiry, the matter not being under their control. A certified copy of the statutory scheme dealing with the turbary has been furnished to the trustees, and it is presumed that an application to them by any person interested in or affected by the scheme for an inspection of the same would be duly entertained.