Johnson, Thomas

Wednesday, 18 November 1925

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 13 No. 6

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CEISTEANNA—QUESTIONS. ORAL ANSWERS. - EFFECTS OF FOREIGN CONTRACTS.

Does the Minister contend that the Committee is in the same position to know whether there is a good number, or any large number, of unemployed men in the particular trades as his Department?More Button

The question is whether the Committee will be “kept fully informed of the possible effect, in increasing unemployment in this country, of the placing of contracts abroad.” In placing any particular c...More Button

ORDER OF BUSINESS.

On a point of order, can we have some advice from the Chair as to the position of Private Bills of this kind taking precedence of motions that may or may not be disposed of in this evening's discussio...More Button

CIVIL SERVICE REGULATION (AMENDMENT) BILL, 1925—SECOND STAGE.

In an election.More Button

But it might be.More Button

There is one in the Museum, I think.More Button

And in Ireland.More Button

I think Deputy Bryan Cooper has expressed most of the views I hold in the matter, but I think one or two points should be emphasised. In sub-section 1 of Section 2, and in other parts of the Bill, it...More Button

We do not know what the circular is yet.More Button

Did he refuse to give his fiat?More Button

POLICY OF MINISTER FOR EDUCATION (RESUMED DEBATE).

Can the Minister say that any of the schools that have failed to become amalgamated because of spiritual reasons are within that category?More Button

The Deputy's swansong.More Button

Will it be the first business on whatever day it is taken?More Button

AGRICULTURAL CREDIT SOCIETIES. - MOTION BY DEPUTY BAXTER.

It asks the Dáil to record a certain opinion.More Button

Does the Minister stand over that?More Button

I take it that the amendment is proposed on behalf of the Cumann na nGaedheal, inasmuch as it has been spoken to by two Deputies who are not usually in attendance, or at least who do not usually speak...More Button

The Deputy may not have understood what he was saying.More Button

He pointed out very insistently that the farmers themselves had admitted the difficulty of getting the wealthier farmer to come to the aid of the poorer farmer, and he continued to point out that that...More Button

On a point of or der——More Button

I was anxious to raise a point of order.More Button

Will you confine him to a point of order?More Button

Is that a point of order?More Button

I wonder will the Ceann Comhairle give his judgment as to the point of order?More Button

I take it that the point of order is not accepted. The Minister has tried to explain what Deputy Beamish intended to say, but I think that Deputy Beamish's speech was quite clear and understandable t...More Button

The permanent needs of small farmers might well be satisfactorily dealt with by credit societies, but now you are dealing with an abnormal situation—one that involves the loss of a large number of cat...More Button

AGRICULTURAL CREDIT SOCIETIES. - FOOD PRICES CONTROL.

Can the Minister tell us what proportion the cost of labour bears to the total cost of bread, boots or clothing?More Button


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