To ask the Minister for Home Affairs whether his attention has been drawn to the following statement, alleged to have been made by District Justice Little, at Bray, and reported in the Wicklow News-Letter of the 13th inst., as follows:—
"This was owing to the damnable ignorance of the farming class, who tolerated dirt in every shape and form, and was opposed to the law until it was brought home to them. They had no instinct for cleanliness. We want people, he added, to have Christian appreciation of their duties to their fellowman."
Whether he considers the Courts of Justice a suitable theatre for the propagation of insults to any particular class of citizens; whether the words attributed to this District Justice do not clearly indicate unfitness for the position he occupies.