Blythe, Ernest

Tuesday, 8 November 1927

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 21 No. 10

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ORAL ANSWERS. - TORA SCRUDUIGHTHE.

Tá na Coimisinéirí um an Stat-Sheirbhís tar éis a chur in iúl dom go bhfuil tora an sgruduithe sin a chur amach indiu.More Button

ORAL ANSWERS. - CLEACHTA NA GAEDHILGE IN OIFIGI RIALTAIS.

Ní foláir do gach duine nua a thagann isteach sa Stát-Sheirbhís eolas a bheith aige ar an nGaedhilg agus ní glacfar le héinne tar éis a threimhse thastála ná beidh ar a chumas an Ghaedhilg do labhairt...More Button

ORAL ANSWERS. - MOTORISTS AND BORDER ROADS.

I am not aware that motorists experience great difficulty when crossing the Land Frontier between the Saorstát and Northern Ireland through uncertainty as to whether any particular road is approved fo...More Button

There seems to be a duty on the Councils to fix such signs.More Button

I am not aware, and I am very sceptical as to the various excuses made by people prosecuted.More Button

ORAL ANSWERS. - ADMINISTRATION OF OLD AGE PENSION ACTS.

Under Section 2 (1) (d) of the Old Age Pensions Act, 1911, account must be taken in calculating the means of any person for old age pension purposes of “the yearly value of any benefit or privilege en...More Button

It is the duty of the pension officer to take into account, in estimating the value of maintenance, the number of persons that have to be maintained on the holding and the general value of that holdin...More Button

I have stated what the law is, and always has been, on the subject: “the yearly value of any benefit or privilege enjoyed by that person.”More Button

It varies in each particular case.More Button

I would want to see the particular case.More Button

FINANCIAL MOTIONS BY THE MINISTER FOR FINANCE (NO. 3). - IN COMMITTEE ON FINANCE.

I move:— That it is expedient to amend the law relating to Customs and Inland Revenue (including Excise) and to make further provision in connection with Finance.More Button

I do not think that arises. The results are slow for this reason: Sometimes firms have doubts as to whether a tariff will last; as to what the effect of it generally is going to be, and whether they ...More Button

Their own fault.More Button

WRITTEN ANSWERS. - PETITION RELATIVE TO GALWAY DRAINAGE SCHEME.

The petition referred to was duly received from the Galway County Council by the Commissioners of Public Works, who have obtained reports on it from an Engineer and a Land Valuer. From these reports ...More Button


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