McMenamin, Daniel

Wednesday, 26 June 1946

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 101 No. 18

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Coroners' Petrol Allowance.

Is the Minister aware that coroners may have to make a journey involving a distance of 50 miles, and another 50 miles on the return, making a total of 100 miles? How could they do that on the ordinary...More Button

Committee on Finance. - Supplies and Services (Temporary Provisions) Bill, 1946—Committee (Resumed).

Then there are agricultural Orders.More Button

Where land was taken temporarily for turbary, at the end of ten years the bog would be all taken away. That would be taking land permanently.More Button

I would support Deputy Costello in this. I do not see why the tillage prosecution should be allowed to hang over into the following autumn or winter. The probability is that this was done in the pa...More Button

The final date is 1st July?More Button

Why four to five months.More Button

There is only a very limited number of defaulters.More Button

It is the old case of give them an inch and they take a mile.More Button

Oh no, you would not agree. I do not expect you would.More Button

What about the Minister's own Department?More Button

How about the Minister's own Department?More Button

That is dead.More Button

That was because the black market stuff was smuggled across the Border.More Button

Iron for horse shoes.More Button

That is not the point we are making. The point is——More Button


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