Lemass, Seán F.

Wednesday, 1 March 1933

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 46 No. 2

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Differentiation in Classes of Unemployed.

Persons who register for employment at local offices of my Department may be regarded as unemployed though the need for employment varies in each case. Amongst those registered for employment are pers...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Statistics of New Factories.

I would refer the Deputy to my reply to his question on the same subject on the 27th October last. Since then, there have been further new factories and workshops established in the Saorstát, but for...More Button

To compile the information asked for in this Question would occupy the time and attention of a large number of the members of my staff who are much more usefully occupied at present. I do not propose...More Button

The answer to all parts of the Deputy's supplementary question is in the negative. I am, however, having prepared a Directory of Irish Industries, which will be available, I suppose, shortly, and wil...More Button

Yes.More Button

I am not aware that different figures were mentioned.More Button

I do not think so.More Button

If the Deputy will re-examine the statements he will see that there is no conflict.More Button

We are responsible for supplying information, but we cannot help the Deputies to understand it.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Reopening of Wolfhill Colliery.

A revision by officers of the Geological Survey of the information as to the Leinster coalfield of which Wolfhill forms a part has been in progress for some time. On the basis of the information so c...More Button

In the first instance.More Button

Order of Business.

It might be possible to have an arrangement as in the case of similar Bills whereby they could be introduced and have a joint Second Reading debate. It would seem to be the natural course to take.More Button

They are precisely the same subjects.More Button

I would remind the Deputy that when he was President of the Executive Council and had to introduce a Road Transport Bill and a Railways Bill he suggested an arrangement to the Dáil which was agreed to...More Button

It marks an advance on the intellect applied to it.More Button

There was no publication in the Press prior to the circulation of the Bill to Deputies.More Button

That is the fault of the Deputy's arrangements for getting Bills into his hands.More Button

Supplementary and Additional Estimates. - Vote 69—Relief Schemes.

The Deputy is correct in what he says and full inquiry was made.More Button

Supplementary and Additional Estimates. - Vote No. 57—Railways.

I move:— Go ndeontar suim bhreise ná raghaidh thar £15,860 chun íoctha an Mhuirir a thiocfaidh chun bheith iníoctha i rith na bliana dar críoch an 31adh lá de Mhárta, 1933, chun íocaíochtanna fé Acht ...More Button

Written Answers. - Reopening of Kerry Slate Quarries.

The answer to the first part of the question is in the negative. The reopening and development of quarries is primarily a matter for private enterprise, but I shall be glad to give any assistance in m...More Button

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