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Mr Robert Sharman-Crawford: In reference to the portion of the reply which deals with the Masonic Hall in Dublin—the headquarters of the Masonic Order in Ireland—has the Government made any representation's to the Provisional Government requesting that this hall should be handed back?
Mr Robert Sharman-Crawford: Has any specific representation been made in regard to this matter?
Mr Robert Sharman-Crawford: Can the right hon. Gentleman say if this non-commissioned officer has been reinstated in his regiment?
Mr Robert Sharman-Crawford: The judges, the Courts of Law.
Mr Robert Sharman-Crawford: The money has already been allotted by the proper judicial Courts, as recognised in the North of Ireland and in this country. The various county councils and district councils have to meet the claims.
Mr Robert Sharman-Crawford: Is it not a fact that the Commission is entirely for Southern Ireland, and not for Northern Ireland? Is it not a fact—that I think I can attest from my own personal knowledge—that claims in the Northern area have been contested by the County Councils and other bodies responsible, while in the Southern area they have not been contested by any bodies?
Mr Robert Sharman-Crawford: Speaking as Chairman of a County Council in an agricultural area, as we are about to strike the rates, will an amount on account be paid as soon as possible, so as to relieve that rate?