Cooper, Major Bryan Ricco

Friday, 12 February 1926

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 14 No. 9

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I rise to thank Deputy O'Connell for his information that I am a disappearing body. I wish that the process could be accelerated. Before the Minister accepts this amendment, there is one difficulty t...More Button

There are more, perhaps, to be scheduled.More Button

I have in mind my own School Attendance Committee in Dalkey, of which I am a member, and which I am proposing to add to the Schedule. I think it would be an unworkable thing.More Button

There are only two.More Button

I want to support Deputy Doyle, and I do so as a convert. When this scheme was first put up to me, I was inclined to oppose it, because I did not approve of the principle of people who were appointed ...More Button

Deputy Gorey talks about those who receive and those who pay. But who are going to receive under this amendment and who are going to pay? One person in the city of Cork.More Button

I am going on with my argument. I listened to Deputy Gorey, and I hope he will allow me to proceed. One person in the city of Cork will receive. The ratepayers of Cork will have to pay, and no obje...More Button

No person serving as a school attendance officer in Tipperary can get a pension under this amendment. The rights of no ratepayer in Tipperary will be affected to the extent of one single penny under ...More Button

Then in that case Deputy Heffernan and Deputy D'Alton, in whose names this amendment stands, will, I presume, withdraw their amendment. I do not challenge the right of any Deputy to express his opini...More Button

Perhaps I overlooked the effect of the two amendments in the names of Deputy Heffernan and Deputy D'Alton, but we shall not reach them for a long time. In the meantime, they will have time to conside...More Button

I apologise. I should have said in the Dáil.More Button


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