Mulvany, Patrick James

Friday, 30 April 1926

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 15 No. 8

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CEISTEANNA—QUESTIONS. ORAL ANSWERS. - DELAY IN PAYMENT OF COMPENSATION (CO. MEATH).

asked the Minister for Finance if he will state why compensation has not yet been paid to John Kiernan, Tullaghanstown, Navan, Co. Meath,, whose house, furniture, out-offices, farming implements and m...More Button

Is the Minister aware that this claim is only one of two cases in County Meath where an appeal has been made, and that Kiernan has started to rebuild, but that through want of funds he has had to stop...More Button

Will the Minister take steps to see that this claim will be settled as soon as possible?More Button

CEISTEANNA—QUESTIONS. ORAL ANSWERS. - STOCKTAKER'S REMUNERATION.

asked the Minister for Local Government and Public Health if he will state why the claim of William McNally, of Flower-hill, Navan, who was appointed to take stock at the Meath County Hospital for the...More Button

Has this man done a certain amount of work—the major portion—and is he not entitled to payment for what he has done?More Button

Has the man not done a certain amount of the work to the best of his ability? I believe, from what I have been told, that McNally carried out his duties, but that through some reason he has not been ...More Button

ESTIMATES—VOTE NO. 32 (GÁRDA SÍOCHÁNA).

As an instance of what occurs on country roads I might mention that on 2nd March I travelled in a motor from my own home to the residence of a friend. On the way we overtook a lorry from Deputy Baxte...More Button

Before you would be allowed to pass.More Button

In the particular case I mentioned the driver of the lorry had a mirror.More Button


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