Fitzgerald-Kenney, James

Thursday, 21 October 1943

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 91 No. 7

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Saleen (County Mayo) Drainage District.

asked the Minister for Finance if he is aware that the Mayo County Council have struck a drainage rate for the Saleen drainage district (Castlebar area) so high that it is beyond the capacity of the r...More Button

I think the Parliamentary Secretary has rather misunderstood my question. I am not asking to relieve the county council; I am asking to relieve the persons who have to pay the drainage rate. I want ...More Button

The Parliamentary Secretary has given me a lot of information which, possibly, I already have at my disposal. What I want to know is whether any money will be made available now to do the extra work ...More Button

I am afraid that I am suggesting that this extra work should be done as a minor relief scheme. Would the Parliamentary Secretary answer yes or no to that?More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Ban on Emigration.

asked the Minister for Industry and Commerce if he is aware that a large number of young men, who were not permitted to go to England or Scotland from scheduled areas in County Mayo, cannot get employ...More Button

May I point out to the Minister that he has completely ignored the last part of my question, that a number of persons have been refused permits? A very large number have been refused permits although...More Button

Is there not a scheduled area out of which men are not allowed to go?More Button

Then they are not allowed to emigrate.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Turbary Supplies in County Mayo.

asked the Minister for Lands if he is aware that great dissatisfaction exists in parts of the County of Mayo, especially in the parishes of Cong, Kilmaine and Ballinrobe, where the supply of turbary ...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - The O'Dowd Estate (County Mayo).

asked the Minister for Lands when the O'Dowd estate, near Louisburgh, County Mayo, was acquired from the owner; and if it is a fact that, during the intervening years, nothing has been done to relieve...More Button

Order of Business.

Shall we meet on next Wednesday?More Button

Vote 30—Agriculture (Resumed).

This discussion has been carried on at some length and it has produced some very long and very irrelevant speeches. I shall endeavour, and I hope I shall achieve my purpose, not to be unduly long, an...More Button

I did not refer to that.More Button


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