O'Hanlon, John F.

Wednesday, 26 November 1930

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 36 No. 4

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Laragh River Bridge.

Could the Parliamentary Secretary tell us how many inspectors have been engaged on this work since 1927?More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Roe Estate (Cavan).

Can the Parliamentary Secretary state if the acquisition of these lands has been under consideration for the past eighteen months, and if any progress has been made?More Button

Has the Land Commission decided to take any steps in the distribution of this land?More Button

Private Business. - Vote No. 69—Electrical Battery Development.

I hesitate to rise after the speech of Deputy Sheehy. He has said almost everything I wanted to say. This motion of the Minister's is a yes or no motion. The Minister is entitled to a blank cheque o...More Button

With regard to what has happened up to the present, I agree to a large extent that this invention, which I and every other Deputy hope will come to a successful issue, has had far too much publicity u...More Button

I am prepared to take what the Minister says if he makes that statement on the credit of himself and his Government, and if he is wrong, then the people will know what to do.More Button

Rather than small people who try to interfere in matters they know nothing about.More Button


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