Treacy, Seán

Thursday, 3 June 1965

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 216 No. 3

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Order of Business.

I wish, Sir, to repeat the notice I gave you after Question Time yesterday of my intention to raise on the Adjournment the subject matters of Questions Nos. 31 to 35 to the Minister for Industry and C...More Button

They were taken together.More Button

May I take it you are accepting the intimation of my intention to raise this matter?More Button

Committee on Finance. - Vote 37—Fisheries (Resumed).

Before the Minister passes from that subject, would he like to comment on the extent of this disease? How many rivers are affected? I am concerned about the Suir.More Button

Committee on Finance. - Vote 8—Public Works and Buildings (Resumed).

I indicated last night that my primary purpose in intervening in this debate was to impress on the Parliamentary Secretary the necessity for proceeding with all possible speed towards the implementati...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Sale of Forestry Products.

asked the Minister for Lands if he is aware of the considerable dissatisfaction existing among local farmers and other residents in South Tipperary owing to the fact that all stakes, poles etc. from D...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Cahir Flour Mill Quota.

asked the Minister for Industry and Commerce if he can give any information concerning the alleged selling or handing over of the flour milling quota of Messrs. Going and Smith, Cahir, County Tippera...More Button

Committee on Finance. - Vote 8—Public Works and Buildings (Resumed).

When I reported progress, I was adverting to the necessity of accelerating the repairs to national schools and the erection of new schools. The Parliamentary Secretary has been good enough to admit o...More Button

Adjournment Debate. - Flourmilling Industry.

This question on the Adjournment arises from some questions I was obliged to pose to the Minister yesterday. They were concerned with a tendency towards monopoly in the flourmilling industry, with a ...More Button

——of 12 mills closing in recent years and now we have the mills in Cahir, in one of the most picturesque towns in the country, where we have men and women today sad of heart——More Button

I have no intention of taking up more time than that allotted to me.More Button

Neither is a monopoly.More Button

But the Minister could create the climate in which it would be possible for them to continue.More Button

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