Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Exports of Millers' Offals.
When the Cereals Act was introduced one argument in favour of it was that the farmers would be supplied with cheap offal.
Agricultural Produce (Cereals) (Amendment) Bill, 1933—Second Stage.
You get them cheaper than the rest of us.
Private Deputies' Business. - Relief of Rates on Agricultural Land.
Deputy Belton thinks he got good value for his £25.
You encouraged people in 1922 and 1923 not to pay their annuities.
I will make it right later on.
What are they to be employed at? Is it growing oats?
I am both. I am for Paddy Hogan's policy-another cow, another sow.
What about a market for our produce?
I would have them cutting turf.
Will you fix the wages that the employees will get?
Will you look up and see if he has paid his land annuities?
And in the Gaeltacht.
By whom? Deputy Briscoe said that Deputy O'Neill made a certain statement. He has withdrawn that now, but he has not apologised.