Mr Joseph Nannetti

1851 - April 26, 1915
Summary information for Mr Joseph Nannetti



Salaries of Assistant Clerks (New Class). Commons March 5, 1906

Falsification of Accounts of late Staff Officer Deigan, Royal Irish Constabulary. Commons March 5, 1906

Sub-officers and Assistants in the Dublin Postal Districts. Commons March 7, 1906

Overtime in the Collection Department of Irish Land Commission. Commons March 12, 1906

Promotion of Assistant Clerk to Second Division in Dublin Public Offices. Commons March 12, 1906

Dismissal of James McKeough of Dundrum Asylum. Commons March 14, 1906

Dublin Post Office Staff. Commons March 20, 1906

Irish Rural Postmen. Commons March 26, 1906

London Postal Superintending Staff. Commons March 26, 1906

Mountjoy Prison Governorship. Commons March 26, 1906

Post Office Adult Messengers. Commons March 29, 1906

Irish Local Government Auditors—;Case of Mr. Drury. Commons April 30, 1906

Dublin Corporation and Mr. Drury. Commons April 30, 1906

Irish Language in Irish Schools. Commons April 30, 1906

Postal Sorting Allowances. Commons May 8, 1906

5 speeches — SALE OF INTOXICATING LIQUORS (IRELAND) BILL. Commons May 25, 1906

Sick Pay for Mr. Carmody, Sorter at Mount Pleasant Parcel Office. Commons July 2, 1906

Post Office Servants—Entries on Defaulter Sheets. Commons July 2, 1906


Assistant Clerks. Commons August 4, 1906

Royal Irish Constabulary Fund. Commons October 31, 1906

American Passengers and Dublin Mail Trains. Commons November 1, 1906

2 speeches — TRADE DISPUTES BILL. Commons November 1, 1906

Liverpool Victoria Legal Friendly Society. Commons November 5, 1906

Royal Irish Constabulary Force Fund. Commons November 23, 1906

Teaching of Irish in National Schools. Commons November 26, 1906

Vacancies for Male Learnerships in Dublin. Commons December 4, 1906

Treatment of Temporary Clerks in Ireland. Commons December 17, 1906

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