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Dillon, James Matthew

Thursday, 29 September 1966

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 224 Nbr. 3


Ceisteanna — Questions Oral Answers. - Livestock Prices.

Does the Minister advert to the critical situation that is being created in those areas of the country where farmers primarily depend on young cattle, that is to say, 12 months to 20 months of age?...More Button

I do not want to press the Minister for specifics lest that might embarrass what I know from my own experience to be very difficult negotiations. But I would like to ask him whether he has it clea...More Button

Nor by minimising them.More Button

The best help the Minister could give would be, at the earliest appropriate moment, to give information in public of possible markets which may come to fruition for cattle in the next 12 to 20 mont...More Button

That is the trader. Tell the farmers: Strengthen them.More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions Oral Answers. - Milk Production.

Is it not a fact that this is yet another banana peel on which the planners have slipped?More Button

Planners are always planning until someone puts an orange peel under their feet.More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions Oral Answers. - Death of Infant.

We are all Christian people in this country and, so far as I know, nobody wants to show disrespect to the shrine of the Holy Spirit. Some deplorable mistake, judging by the popular reports, seems ...More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions Oral Answers. - Provision of Telephones.

If he has given £170——More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions Oral Answers. - U.C.G. Bursar.

Might I ask the Minister when the appropriate statute changing the status of this position was laid on the Table of the Oireachtas?More Button

That is understandable. Perhaps the Minister would let me know it at his convenience.More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions Oral Answers. - Mayo Schools.

“Pleanáilte”—go bhfóiridh Dia orainn!More Button

Tá sé go dona.More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions Oral Answers. - Edenderry Shoe Factory.

Did the Minister say that the Free Trade Area Agreement notwithstanding, the demand for Irish shoes in Britain has decreased? Did I understand him to say that?More Button

Of the Edenderry shoes?More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions Oral Answers. - Sligo County Home.

I wonder would the Minister consider the possibility of supplementing the accommodation in whatever part of the county home is still usable by providing a parochial home instead of shifting people ...More Button