Carney, Frank

Wednesday, 13 June 1928

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 24 No. 4

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CONSTITUTION (AMENDMENT No. 15) BILL, 1928—FIRST STAGE.

Perhaps the Ceann Comhairle would point out to the Deputy how he can be in order.More Button

SLAUGHTERED ANIMALS (COMPENSATION) BILL, 1928—REPORT STAGE.

Are they fat or store pigs?More Button

FORESTRY BILL, 1928—REPORT STAGE.

We were led to believe during the last two years that afforestation was a most important thing as far as this country was concerned. It was dealt with under, as far as I can recollect, three different...More Button

Would Deputy Gorey like to make an interruption? I see his grin. I know he comes from Kilkenny.More Button

As far as I know, you can go to any hillside bog in this country and find the remains there of coniferous woods. That is an undoubted fact. I want to say that if coniferous timber grew there at one ...More Button

I will talk about it, but you are responsible for the nonsense. It says:— It shall not be lawful for any person to cut down or uproot any tree unless, not less than twenty-one days before the commence...More Button

I was thinking that. Every prohibition order shall be served either by delivering the same to the person on whom it is to be served or by leaving it for him with a person of the age of sixteen years o...More Button

I am dealing with something that ought to be in the Bill. If the Minister could introduce anything at all in the Bill that might be helpful to afforestation——More Button

Certainly not. That is why I oppose the Bill. I wish he could introduce something into it. I have examined the Bill and I can find nothing of value in it. How is it possible for a Gárda Síochána s...More Button

PRIVATE DEPUTIES' BUSINESS. - LOCAL AUTHORITIES (OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES) BILL, 1928—SECOND STAGE (RESUMED).

Have you read the speech?More Button


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