HC Deb 17 August 1916 vol 85 cc2089-90W

asked the Chief Secretary for Ireland whether Mr. Joseph Mooney, J.P., of Cabra, county Dublin, was appointed by the Local Government Board for Ireland an arbitrator under the provisions of the Labourers (Ireland) Order, 1906; and, if so, what salary or what scale of remuneration is attached to the office?


There are no permanent arbitrators appointed for the purposes of the Labourers Acts, but Mr. Mooney has been appointed as an arbitrator for several particular cases at the scale of remuneration set forth in Rule 54 of the Labourers (Ireland) Order, 1912.