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PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES,

THIRD SERIES:

COMMENCING WITH THE ACCESSION OF

WILLIAM IV.

489 & 49° VICTORIÆ, 1884-5.

VOL. CCC.

COMPRISING THE PERIOD FROM

THE TWENTY-SEVENTH DAY OF JULY, 1885,

TO

THE TWELFTH DAY OF AUGUST, 1885.

EIGHTH VOLUME OF SESSION 1884-5.

LONDON:

PUBLISHED BY CORNELIUS BUCK,

AT THE OFFICE FOR

HANSARD'S PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES,"
22, PATERNOSTER ROW. [E.C.]

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LUNATIC Asylum (IRELAND)-APPOINTMENTS OF MEDICAL OFFICERS-Ques-

tion, Mr. Biggar; Answer, The Chief Secretary for Ireland (Sir W.

Hart Dyke)

PUBLIC HEALTH (SCOTLAND)-INSANITARY CONDITION OF DUTHIL CHURCHYARD

-Question, Mr. Fraser-Mackintosh ; Answer, The Secretary of State

for the Home Department (Sir R. Assheton Cross)

Poor LAW (IRELAND) -MR. GRAHAM, CLERK TO THE BOARD OF GUARDIANS,

COOTEHILL UNION—Question, Mr. Biggar; Answer, The Chief Secretary

for Ireland (Sir W. Hart Dyke)

ROYAL IRISH CONSTABULARY-EXTRA POLICE AT GWEEDORE, Co. DONEGAL-

Question, Mr. Sexton ; Answer, The Chief Secretary for Ireland (Sir

W. Hart Dyke)

ARMY_WIRE GUN CONSTRUCTION—Questions, Mr. Gray; Answers, The

Secretary of State for War (Mr. W. H. Smith)

FISHERIES (IRELAND)—THE RIVER SHANNON—THE LIMERICK BOARD OF Con.

SERVATORS—Questions, Colonel King-Harman, Mr. Sexton; Answers,

The Chief Secretary for Ireland (Sir W. Hart Dyke)

THE ROYAL IRISH CONSTABULARY– PENSIONERS—Question, Mr. O'Brien ;

Answer, The Chief Secretary for Ireland (Sir W. Hart Dyke)

INDIA-MADRAS PRESIDENCY_Revolt of Talooks-Question, Mr. Biggar;

Answer, The Secretary of State for India (Lord Randolph Churchill)

LAW AND POLICE—THE "PALL MALL GAZETTE”. - PUBLICATION OF OFFENSIVE

ARTICLES-Question, Mr. P. A. Muntz ; Answer, The Secretary of State

for the Home Department (Sir R. Assheton Cross)

ARMY EDUCATION—THE STAFF COLLEGE-ORIENTAL LANGUAGES—Question,

Colonel Milne-Home; Answer, The Secretary of State for War (Mr.

W. H. Smith)

FISHERY LAW (IRELAND)—THE RIVER SUIR-CASE OF- -O'SHEA AND

OTHERS-Question, Mr. R. Power; Answer, The Chief Secretary for Ire-

land (Sir W. Hart Dyke)

LAW AND JUSTICE (IRELAND)—THE EARL OF BELFAST, CLERK OF THE PEACE,

Co. ANTRIM—Question, Mr. Sexton ; Answer, The Chief Secretary for

Ireland (Sir W. Hart Dyke)

EGYPT-THE SOUDAN-THE SUAKIN-BERBER RAILWAY-Question, Sir Henry

Tyler; Answer, The Secretary of State for War (Mr. W. H. Smith)..

ROADS AND BRIDGES (IRELAND)—THE TOUR SLATE QUARRIES-BRIDGE OVER

THE RIVER SUIR-Question, Mr. Marum ; Answer, The Chief Secretary

for Ireland (Sir W. Hart Dyke)

ARMY-THE GUARDS-FATAL ACCIDENT AT CATERHAM RANGES—Question, Dr.

Farquharson; Answer, The Secretary of State for War(Mr. W. H. Smith)

Post OFFICE-PRE-PAYMENT OF Postage-Question, Sir John Kennaway;

Answer, The Postmaster General (Lord John Manners). .
SOUTH AFRICA-BASUTOLAND-Questions, Sir Robert Fowler; Answers, The

Secretary of State for the Colonies (Colonel Stanley)

ROYAL IRISA CONSTABULARY-APPOINTMENT OF MEDICAL OFFICERS—Question,

Mr. T. D. Sullivan; Answer, The Chief Secretary for Ireland (Sir W.

Hart Dyke)

PARLIAMENT-BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE—LAND PURCHASE (IRELAND) BILL-

Question, Mr. Findlater; Answer, The Chief Secretary for Ireland (Sir

W. Hart Dyke)

INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION (IRELAND)— EXAMINATIONS Question, Mr.

Sexton; Answer, The Chief Secretary for Ireland (Sir W. Hart Dyke)

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BOARD OF NATIONAL EDUCATION (IRELAND-EXTRA INSTRUCTION-Question,

Mr. Sexton; Answer, The Chief Secretary for Ireland (Sir W. Hart

Dyke)

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PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS_REGISTRATION OF VOTERS BilL-PRINTING OF

THE VOTING LISTS, Co. Armagh-Question, Mr. O'Brien ; Answer, The

Chief Secretary for Ireland (Sir W. Hart Dyke)

59

DEFENCES OF THE EMPIRE-DEFENCE OF THE SEAPORTS-Questions, Captain

Price, Sir John Hay; Answers, The Attorney General (Sir Richard

Webster)

59

PUBLIC WORKS—THE MAIL JETTY AT HOLYHEAD-Question, Mr. Morgan

Lloyd; Answer, The Secretary to the Treasury (Sir Henry Holland).. 60
REGISTRY OF DEEDS OFFICE, DUBLIN-Question, Colonel King-Harman; An-
swer, The Secretary to the Treasury (Sir Henry Holland)

60

LAW AND JUSTICE (IRELAND) --THE COURT OF BANKRUPTCY, Dublin-Ques-

tion, Mr. Findlater; Answer, The Secretary to the Treasury (Sir Henry

Holland)

61

TURKEY (EUROPEAN PROVINCES)--AFFAIRS OF MACEDONIA-REPORT

MAJOR TROTTER-Question, Mr. Bryce; Answer, The Under Secretary

of State for Foreign Affairs (Mr. Bourke)

62

ROYAL COMMISSION ON THE DEPRESSION OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY-Questions,

Mr. Atkinson, Mr. Arthur Arnold; Answers, The Chancellor of the

Exchequer

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The METROPOLITAN POLICE-Question, Mr. Cavendish Bentinck; Answer,

The Secretary of State for the Home Department (Sir R. Assheton

Cross)

62

CYPRUS (FINANCE, &c.)-LANDING DUTIES—Question, Viscount Newport;

Answer, The Secretary of State for the Colonies (Colonel Stanley)

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EGYPT (THE SOUDAN)—THE GARRISON OF KASSALA-Questions, Sir Walter

B. Barttelot, Mr. Arthur O'Connor, Mr. Labouchere; Answers, The
Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (Mr. Bourke)

64

HOUSING OF THE WORKING CLASSES—SITES OF THE METROPOLITAN Prisons-

Questions, Mr. Shaw Lefevre, Mr. Courtney; Answers, The Chancellor

of the Exchequer

65

EGYPT-MISSION OF Sir H. DRUMMOND WOLFF-Question, Sir George

Campbell; Answer, The Chancellor of the Exchequer

65

HIGH COMMISSIONER of New Guinea-Question, Sir George Campbell;

Answer, The Chancellor of the Exchequer

66

PARLIAMENT-PUBLIC BUSINESS—Questions, Sir Edward Colebrooke, Mr.
Lewis; Answers, The Chancellor of the Exchequer

66
DEPRESSION OF TRADE (IRELAND)-A ROYAL COMMission-Question, Mr.
Sexton; Answer, The Chancellor of the Exchequer

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