Baxter, Patrick Francis

Friday, 1 May 1925

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 11 No. 7

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SHANNON ELECTRICITY BILL, 1925.

Candidly, I do not see eye to eye with Deputy Gorey on this matter. I think the Second Reading is very important, and if we are to go home this evening and have not an opportunity of seeing one anoth...More Button

Assuming that the Bill would be taken on Tuesday, it should not be taken before five or six o'clock, as it would be unfair to us.More Button

I think the Minister should recognise that it would not be fair to our Party to ask that this Bill, which we have not seen, should be taken on Tuesday. It would not be fair, as we would not have an o...More Button

PRIVATE MEMBERS' BUSINESS. - LOSSES OF LIVESTOCK IN SAORSTAT.—MOTION BY DEPUTY BAXTER—(RESUMED).

Is that North or South Leitrim?More Button

It would be the best end of Leitrim.More Button

More than five per cent. of a loss to him.More Button

When the Minister talks about 5 per cent. loss I do not accept his figures as a correct representation of the loss. While we might accept it, taking the country or the areas mentioned as a whole—the...More Button

What we have to remember is that a great many individuals lost 95 per cent., some lost 5 per cent., and some 2 per cent., but the people we are most concerned about is the people who lost from 50 to 9...More Button


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