O'Donnell, William Francis

Wednesday, 6 February 1946

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 99 No. 4

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Sittings of the Dáil.

Sub-paragraph (c) of this motion says:— “where notice has been given, under sub-section (3) of Standing Order 20, of intention to bring forward a matter for discussion on the motion for the adjournmen...More Button

Children's Allowances (Amendment) Bill, 1946—Second Stage.

I should like to mention the case of a widow who has two or three children under the required age. Suppose that the widow gets married again and has more children. Suppose that in all she has six chi...More Button

I should like to ask the Minister what is the record amount drawn by any one family?More Button

What is the largest number of children in any one family?More Button

I do not think so. The Minister ought to put up a cap for competition. Question put and agreed to. Committee Stage ordered for Wednesday, 13th February, 1946.More Button

In Committee on Finance. - Land Bill, 1945—Second Stage (Resumed).

Into the workhouse. He will have to give notice that he is going to evict them.More Button

I think I am one of the few farmers here who have no affiliations with any political Party, and for that reason I may be able to speak in a detached way. When the landlady asked her shy lodger how hi...More Button

I want to come back to this question of fixity of tenure. You have the descendants of the old holders of the land there to-day, and you cannot put them out without compensation. On the maternal side, ...More Button


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