Bennett, George Cecil

Wednesday, 5 December 1934

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 54 No. 4

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Sale of Food and Drugs (Milk) Bill, 1934—Report.

I desire to support the amendment moved by Deputy O'Donovan. As the Deputy has stated, if some such safeguard as this is not inserted in the Bill, producers will be placed in a very unenviable positi...More Button

This is a very important matter for dairy people. We all admit that the object the Minister hopes to achieve is an admirable one, one which will have the support of most Deputies. I should like to ...More Button

In Committee on Finance. - Vote No. 70—Export Bounties and Subsidies.

We have here an Estimate for £763,000 for agricultural bounties. There was a Bill called the Confirmation Orders Bill brought into this House to-day to confirm certain duties or tariffs under the Eme...More Button

I only wish that Deputy Davin would get up sometime and make a speech himself. I am definitely opposed to this almost useless expenditure on bounties in lieu of a certain other method of settling the...More Button

The Minister says we might get 67/- for our butter. We might get 127/-.More Button

With half the expenditure which it has cost the Minister to provide the 96/-.More Button

If the Minister and his co-Ministers had not played hell with the agricultural policy of this country, we could have for half the amount— even that is an exaggeration—the Minister has put into dairy p...More Button

I said it in Limerick and I can say it again.More Button

I move to report progress. Progress reported. Committee to sit again to-morrow.More Button

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