Doyle, Peadar Seán

Thursday, 4 December 1947

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 109 No. 4

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Ceisteanna — Questions. Oral Answers. - Replacement of Ration Books.

asked the Minister for Industry and Commerce if he is aware that there is a considerable number of applications for replacement of lost or damaged ration books; that residents of West Dublin are obli...More Button

Arising out of the Minister's reply, is the Minister aware of the hardships and inconveniences which the working class are put to in the areas of Inchicore, Crumlin and Chapelizod in having to go to K...More Button

Arising out of the Minister's reply, if any of this work was done at Kilmainham station, it was done satisfactorily and there were no complaints, but now, in this very bad weather, it is a hardship on...More Button

Is the Minister going to have the matter reconsidered?More Button

Quite the contrary. It was done at Kilmainham to the general satisfaction until it was moved to Kevin Street.More Button

To have to go from Crumlin to Kevin Street is a definite hardship.More Button

Committee on Finance. - Housing (Amendment) Bill, 1947—Committee.

First of all, I wish to join with Deputy O'Sullivan in an expression of appreciation for the introduction of this section in the Housing Bill. We in Dublin appreciate it very much, for the reason tha...More Button

Committee on Finance. - Housing (Amendment) Bill, 1947—Committee Stage (Resumed).

I wish to move the amendment on behalf of Deputy Cosgrave.More Button


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