Brady, Seán

Wednesday, 12 March 1930

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 33 No. 13

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Jurors' Fines.

asked the Minister for Justice if he will state the amount of fines imposed on non-attending jurors for each year since 1922, and the amount collected; also, if he will state to what fund the money s...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Dublin Tram Lines.

asked the Minister for Local Government and Public Health if he is aware of the dangerous condition of tram lines in many places, owing to the failure of the Dublin United Tramway Company to keep thei...More Button

Is the Minister not aware that from Dalkey to the city practically all portions of the tramline are in a most dangerous condition? I tried to make a survey of the position in order to meet the answer ...More Button

Surely the Minister often travels in his own constituency?More Button

I would like to know whether the Minister has any information as to the number of people who were formerly employed in keeping the lines in repair. My information is that formerly there were 500 men ...More Button

The condition of the line is so generally known I am surprised at the Minister's ignorance.More Button

Can the Minister explain the fact that since the Tramway Company started to run buses they have kept the lines in a much worse condition than before?More Button

Public Business. - Central Fund Bill—Second Stage.

The Minister said that amongst the various ways of lessening unemployment, one would be bettering the details of the methods we have already adopted. I would like to know what exactly he meant. Would...More Button

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