Tubridy, Dr. Seán

Wednesday, 27 April 1938

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 71 No. 1

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Committee on Finance. - Vote 54—Lands (Resumed).

Is it true that there was compulsory tillage during the war period when all you people were so patriotic?More Button

Does Deputy Bennett want us to give pensions to the soldiers of the economic war?More Button

Ba mhaith liom cúpla focal a rá ar an gceist seo. Tá a lán ráidhte ag Teachtaí eile maidir leis an obair atá ar siúl ina gContaethe féin. Ach ní mar sin atá a scéal againn-ne. Tá daoine á n-aistriú ...More Button

Deputy Brodrick will tell you the same. There is an establishment down in Galway in which there are nine or ten officers of the Land Commission, some of them highly qualified engineers, and what they...More Button

I shall continue asking about it. I cannot understand what the staff stationed in Galway City are doing there. There are about nine or ten of them. They are paid good salaries, much better salaries...More Button

Deputy Brodrick found fault with the Government because they were giving a grant of only £150 each for farmers' houses. I know Deputy Brodrick is a contractor himself and, although I am not answering...More Button


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