Housing (Gaeltacht) Act, 1929

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Number 41 of 1929.


HOUSING (GAELTACHT) ACT, 1929.


ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS

Section

1.

Definitions.

2.

Extent of Gaeltacht.

3.

Grants in relation to dwelling-houses.

4.

Grants in relation to poultry-houses.

5.

Grants in relation to piggeries.

6.

General provisions as to grants.

7.

Restriction on the making of grants.

8.

Loans in amplification of grants.

9.

Charging orders in relation to loans.

10.

Recovery of loans.

11.

Limitations on the amounts of grants and loans.

12.

Arrangements for joint purchasing.

13.

Relief from rates.

14.

Consultation with the Minister for Agriculture.

15.

Finance.

16.

Regulations.

17.

Short title.

SCHEDULE.

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Number 41 of 1929.


HOUSING (GAELTACHT) ACT, 1929.


AN ACT TO FACILITATE THE ERECTION AND IMPROVEMENT OF DWELLING-HOUSES IN THE GAELTACHT AND THE PROVISION OF SUCH DWELLING-HOUSES WITH ANCILLARY ACCOMMODATION FOR DOMESTIC POULTRY AND PIGS AND FOR THOSE PURPOSES TO AUTHORISE THE MAKING OF GRANTS AND LOANS TO PERSONS IN THE GAELTACHT TOWARDS THE ERECTION OR IMPROVEMENT BY THEM OF DWELLING-HOUSES FOR THEIR OWN USE AND OF SUCH ANCILLARY ACCOMMODATION AS AFORESAID AND TO MAKE OTHER PROVISIONS INCIDENTAL TO THE MATTERS AFORESAID. [20th December, 1929.]

BE IT ENACTED BY THE OIREACHTAS OF SAORST?T EIREANN AS FOLLOWS:—

Definitions.

1.—In this Act—

the expression “the Minister” means the Minister for Lands and Fisheries;

the expression “the Commissioners” means the Commissioners of Public Works in Ireland;

the word “family” when used in relation to the occupier of a dwelling-house means and includes all persons usually residing in such dwelling-house with such occupier, whether related or not related by blood or marriage to such occupier;

the word “prescribed” means prescribed by regulations made by the Minister under this Act.

Extent of Gaeltacht.

2.—(1) For the purposes of this Act but no further or otherwise the Gaeltacht shall be deemed to comprise the several district electoral divisions mentioned in the Schedule to this Act.

(2) The Minister may by order, whenever he considers it expedient so to do on account of local variations in the numbers or distribution of Irish-speaking persons, amend the Schedule to this Act by adding thereto any district electoral division neither mentioned nor then included by amendment therein or deleting therefrom any district electoral division mentioned therein or previously added thereto, and whenever any such amendment of the said Schedule is so made this Act shall as respects grants under this Act sanctioned while such amendment is in operation and everything done in consequence of the making or sanctioning of any such grant be construed and have effect with and subject to such amendment.

(3) Every order made by the Minister under this section shall be laid before each House of the Oireachtas as soon as may be after it is made, and if a resolution is passed by either such House within the next subsequent twenty-one days on which that House has sat after such order is laid before it annulling such order, such order shall be annulled accordingly but without prejudice to the validity of anything previously done under such order.

Grants in relation to dwelling-houses.

3.—(1) Where, in the opinion of the Minister, a dwelling-house in the Gaeltacht is wholly unsuitable for the proper and healthy accommodation of the occupier thereof and his family, the Minister may, subject to the provisions of this Act and regulations made by the Minister thereunder, make to the occupier of such dwelling-house a grant (in this Act referred to as a building grant) towards the erection, on the site of such dwelling-house or on another site, of a new dwelling-house in substitution for such first-mentioned dwelling-house.

(2) Where, in the opinion of the Minister, a dwelling-house in the Gaeltacht is on account of its small size or its lack of sanitary accommodation, ventilation, light, or other amenity or for any other reason unsuitable in its existing condition for the proper and healthy accommodation of the occupier thereof and his family and the Minister is satisfied that the condition of the dwelling-house is such that the expense of improvement can be economically incurred, the Minister may, subject to the provisions of this Act and regulations made by the Minister thereunder, make to the occupier of such dwelling-house a grant (in this Act referred to as an improving grant) towards the improvement or extension of such dwelling-house.

Grants in relation to poultry-houses.

4.—(1) Where a dwelling-house in the Gaeltacht either—

(a) is not provided with any accommodation ancillary thereto for domestic poultry, or

(b) is provided with accommodation ancillary thereto for domestic poultry, but such accommodation is, in the opinion of the Minister, wholly unsuitable or insufficient,

the Minister may, subject to the provisions of this Act and regulations made by the Minister thereunder, make to the occupier of such dwelling-house a grant (in this Act referred to as a poultry-house building grant) towards the erection of accommodation for domestic poultry, ancillary to such dwelling-house and, where any such accommodation already exists, in substitution therefor.

(2) Where the accommodation for domestic poultry ancillary to a dwelling-house in the Gaeltacht is, in the opinion of the Minister, unsuitable or insufficient, and the Minister is satisfied that the state of any structure providing such accommodation is such that the expense of improvement can be economically incurred, the Minister may, subject to the provisions of this Act and regulations made by the Minister thereunder, make to the occupier of such dwelling-house a grant (in this Act referred to as a poultry-house improving grant) towards the improvement or extension of such accommodation.

(3) Where a building grant has been sanctioned under this Act, the Minister may, subject to the provisions of this Act and regulations made by the Minister thereunder, make to the person to whom such building grant has been sanctioned either a grant (in this Act included in the expression poultry-house building grant) towards the erection of accommodation for domestic poultry or a grant (in this Act included in the expression poultry-house improving grant) towards the improvement or extension of accommodation for domestic poultry, ancillary to the dwelling-house towards the erection of which such building grant was sanctioned.

Grants in relation to piggeries.

5.—(1) Where a dwelling-house in the Gaeltacht either—

(a) is not provided with any accommodation ancillary thereto for pigs, or

(b) is provided with accommodation ancillary thereto for pigs but such accommodation is, in the opinion of the Minister, wholly unsuitable or insufficient,

the Minister may, subject to the provisions of this Act and regulations made by the Minister thereunder, make to the occupier of such dwelling-house a grant (in this Act referred to as a piggery building grant) towards the erection of accommodation for pigs, ancillary to such dwelling-house and, where any such accommodation already exists, in substitution therefor.

(2) Where the accommodation for pigs ancillary to a dwelling-house in the Gaeltacht is, in the opinion of the Minister, unsuitable or insufficient, and the Minister is satisfied that the state of any structure providing such accommodation is such that the expense of improvement can be economically incurred, the Minister may, subject to the provisions of this Act and regulations made by the Minister thereunder, make to the occupier of such dwelling-house a grant (in this Act referred to as a piggery improving grant) towards the improvement or extension of such accommodation.

(3) Where a building grant has been sanctioned under this Act, the Minister may, subject to the provisions of this Act and regulations made by the Minister thereunder, make to the person to whom such building grant has been sanctioned either a grant (in this Act included in the expression piggery building grant) towards the erection of accommodation for pigs, or a grant (in this Act included in the expression piggery improving grant) towards the improvement or extension of accommodation for pigs, ancillary to the dwelling-house towards the erection of which such building grant was sanctioned.

General provisions as to grants.

6.—(1) Every application for a grant under this Act shall be made to the prescribed officer of the Minister in the prescribed form and manner and shall state the prescribed particulars in relation to the person applying for the grant, the dwelling-house in respect of which the grant is applied for and the work proposed to be executed with the aid of the grant.

(2) A grant made under this Act may be paid in one instalment or in several instalments as the Minister shall in each case think proper and the Minister may require as a condition precedent to the payment of any such grant or any particular instalment thereof that it shall be shown to his satisfaction that the work towards which the grant was made or a specified proportion thereof has been executed.

(3) Where a building grant, a poultry-house building grant, or a piggery building grant is made towards the erection of a new dwelling-house or new accommodation in substitution for an existing dwelling-house or existing accommodation, the demolition of such existing dwelling-house or existing accommodation shall, unless the Minister otherwise directs, be deemed to be part of the work towards the execution of which the grant is made.

(4) Whenever the making of a grant to a person under this Act is sanctioned or the making of a loan to a person under this Act is certified for by the Minister and such person dies before the amount of such grant or such loan has been actually paid to him, the Minister may appoint any other person whom he may think fit to receive, subject to such conditions as the Minister may think fit to impose, such grant or loan or so much thereof as is then unpaid, and when any such appointment is so made, the grant or loan to which the appointment relates or the unpaid portion thereof shall be payable under this Act to the person so appointed in like manner in all respects as the same would have been payable to such first-mentioned person if he had not died.

Restriction on the making of grants.

7.—(1) No building grant or improving grant shall be made under this Act in respect of a dwelling-house in respect of which a grant out of public moneys is being or has at any time within seven years before the passing of this Act been made under any other Act of the Oireachtas or any British statute.

(2) No building grant or improving grant shall be made under this Act towards the erection or the improvement or extension (as the case may be) of a dwelling-house unless either—

(a) there is in existence or will be provided with the aid of a grant under this Act or otherwise accommodation for domestic poultry ancillary to and suitable and sufficient in the opinion of the Minister for such dwelling-house, or

(b) the Minister is of opinion that, having regard to all the circumstances, the occupier of such dwelling-house could not be expected to keep domestic poultry.

(3) No building grant or improving grant shall be made under this Act unless either—

(a) there is in existence or will be provided with the aid of a grant under this Act or otherwise accommodation for pigs ancillary to and suitable and sufficient in the opinion of the Minister for such dwelling-house, or

(b) the Minister is of opinion that, having regard to all the circumstances, the occupier of such dwelling-house could not be expected to keep pigs.

Loans in amplification of grants.

8.—(1) Whenever the Minister is satisfied that a person to whom he has made a grant under this Act is so circumstanced that he is not able to execute the work towards which such grant was made to him without further monetary assistance, the Minister may, subject to the provisions of this Act and regulations made thereunder, issue to the Commissioners a certificate in the prescribed form that such person may be granted a loan under this Act of such sum, not exceeding the amount of such grant, as the Minister shall think proper and shall specify in such certificate.

(2) Whenever the Minister issues to the Commissioners a certificate under the foregoing sub-section, the Commissioners shall, subject to the provisions of this Act and regulations made by the Minister for Finance under this section, make to the person named in such certificate a loan of the amount specified in such certificate and repayable to the Commissioners in accordance with the said regulations, with interest at such rate as may be fixed by the Minister for Finance.

(3) The Minister for Finance may make regulations in relation to all or any of the following matters, that is to say:—

(a) the issue of loans made under this section, including the issue of such loans in one or more instalments;

(b) the making of charging orders and the form of such orders;

(c) the repayment of such loans, including the time or times at which and the instalments in which such repayment is to be made;

(d) conditions for securing the due application of such loans to the purposes for which such loans are made.

Charging orders in relation to loans.

9.—(1) Whenever the Commissioners make a loan under this Act they shall, before actually advancing any portion of such loan, make an order (in this section referred to as a charging order) in accordance with regulations made by the Minister for Finance under this Act charging the amount of such loan and the interest thereon on the dwelling-house in relation to which the loan is intended to be made and on all premises held therewith by the same tenure or under the same tenancy, and every such order shall operate to charge the said loan as and when the same is actually advanced and the said interest on the said dwelling-house and other premises in favour of the Commissioners in priority to all other charges and incumbrances whether statutory or otherwise except rent or other incident of tenure and sums payable under the Land Purchase Acts or otherwise to the Irish Land Commission.

(2) A charging order shall be deemed to be a mortgage made by deed within the meaning of the Conveyancing Acts, 1881 to 1911, and the Commissioners shall be the mortgagees for the purposes of those Acts and shall accordingly have, in relation to every charging order, all the powers conferred by those Acts on mortgagees under mortgages made by deed.

(3) Whenever the Commissioners make a charging order they shall forthwith cause such order to be registered in the Registry of Deeds or the Land Registry (as the case may require) and no fee or other charge shall be payable for or in respect of such registration.

(4) A charging order affecting land registered in the Land Registry shall be registerable in that Registry as a burden affecting such land whether the person named in such order as the owner or the occupier of such land or as the recipient of the loan to which such order relates is or is not registered in the said Registry as the owner of such land.

(5) When land or a tenancy in land is put up for sale by the Irish Land Commission under any statutory power in that behalf vested in them, and such land or tenancy is subject to a charging order such land or tenancy shall be sold subject to the charge created by such charging order in addition to any other charge, incumbrance, or liability subject to which such land or tenancy is required by law to be sold.

Recovery of loans.

10.—(1) The amount for the time being due and owing, whether for principal or interest, to the Commissioners on foot of a charging order shall be a civil debt due to the Commissioners by the occupier for the time being of the premises charged by such charging order and shall (in addition to any other mode of recovery) be recoverable accordingly from such occupier by the Commissioners in any court of competent jurisdiction, without prejudice to the rights of such occupier, where he is not the person to whom the loan was made, against such person.

(2) In any proceedings by the Commissioners under this section or otherwise in any court of law to recover the amount or any part of the amount due, whether for principal or interest, on foot of a charging order, a certificate purporting to be sealed with the seal of the Commissioners and to certify the amount due on foot of such charging order shall, until the contrary is proved, be evidence that the amount so certified is so due and owing.

Limitations on the amounts of grants and loans.

11.—(1) The aggregate amount of the grants and loans to be made under this Act shall not exceed the sum of two hundred and fifty thousand pounds.

(2) The amount of an individual grant made under this Act shall not exceed—

(a) in the case of a building grant, the sum of eighty pounds, or

(b) in the case of an improving grant, the sum of forty pounds, or

(c) in the case of a poultry-house building grant or a piggery building grant, the sum of five pounds, or

(d) in the case of a poultry-house improving grant or a piggery improving grant, the sum of two pounds and ten shillings.

(3) In the making of building grants and improving grants the Minister shall give a preference to the occupiers of dwelling-houses in which the Irish language is habitually used as the home language of the household, and amongst occupiers of such dwelling-houses the Minister shall give a preference to the occupiers of dwelling-houses having the greater overcrowding, the worse sanitary conditions and the lower valuation under the Valuation Acts.

(4) So far as may be practicable having regard to the number and local distribution of the cases in which it appears to the Minister to be proper to make grants under this Act and to the foregoing provisions of this section, at least three-fifths of the moneys available for making grants under this Act shall be applied in making grants to occupiers of dwelling-houses situate in district electoral divisions in the Gaeltacht in which the valuation under the Valuation Acts of all hereditaments (other than hereditaments valued at more than twenty pounds) in the district electoral division when divided by the population of the district electoral division according to the census of 1926 yields a sum not exceeding twenty-one shillings.

Arrangements for joint purchasing.

12.—(1) The Minister may, if and so far as he thinks it expedient so to do, make, with the consent of the Minister for Finance, arrangements for facilitating the purchase by persons to whom grants are made under this Act of materials and fittings required by them for the execution of the works towards which such grants are made.

(2) Whenever the execution of works towards which grants or loans under this Act have been or are intended to be sanctioned is in the opinion of the Minister prevented or hindered by undue difficulty in obtaining supplies of lime or sand or the use of scaffolding and other plant the Minister may, with the consent of the Minister for Finance, make such arrangements as he with the consent aforesaid shall think proper for providing or facilitating the obtaining (as the circumstances may require) at reasonable prices supplies of lime or of sand or the use of scaffolding or other plant

Relief from rates.

13.—(1) For the purposes of the assessment and levying of any rate raised by a local authority for the service of any local financial year ending within twenty years from the completion of any work towards the execution of which a grant was made under this Act, the valuation under the Valuation Acts of the dwelling-house towards the erection, improvement or extension of which such grant was made or to which is ancillary the poultry-house or piggery towards the erection, improvement, or extension of which such grant was made shall be deemed by such local authority to be the valuation which was in force in respect of such dwelling-house or of the dwelling-house for which such dwelling-house was substituted immediately before the commencement of such work.

(2) In this section the expression “local authority” means and includes the council of a county, the council of a county or other borough, the council of an urban district, and the commissioners of a town.

Consultation with the Minister for Agriculture.

14.—The Minister shall not exercise any power, determine any matter, or form any opinion under this Act in relation to accommodation for domestic poultry or pigs without previously consulting the Minister for Agriculture in regard thereto.

Finance.

15.—(1) All grants and loans made under this Act shall be made out of moneys provided by the Oireachtas.

(2) All expenses incurred in the carrying of this Act into execution shall, to such extent as shall be sanctioned by the Minister for Finance, be paid out of moneys provided by the Oireachtas.

Regulations.

16.—(1) The Minister may by regulations made under this Act with the consent of the Minister for Finance prescribe all or any of the following matters, that is to say:—

(a) the design and construction of dwelling-houses, poultry-houses and piggeries towards the erection of which grants are made under this Act, and the conditions to be observed in regard to the site and aspect of such dwelling-houses, poultry-houses and piggeries;

(b) the nature, character, and extent of the works to be executed with the aid of improving grants, poultry-house improving grants, and piggery improving grants respectively;

(c) the materials to be used in the execution of works (whether erection, improvement, or extension) for which grants are made under this Act;

(d) conditions for securing the due application of grants under this Act to the purposes for which such grants are made;

(e) conditions governing the payment of grants under this Act and in particular the evidence to be furnished as a condition precedent to the payment of any such grant or any particular instalment thereof;

(f) so far as not otherwise provided by this Act the circumstances in which and conditions on which grants may be made and certificates for loans may be issued by the Minister under this Act;

(g) any matter or thing referred to in this Act as prescribed or to be prescribed.

(2) In so far as the provisions of any local Act or of any bye-laws, rules, regulations, or scheme, under whatever authority made, relating to the construction, laying-out, or drainage of new buildings or new streets are inconsistent with a regulation made by the Minister under this Act, those provisions shall not apply to a house to which such regulation applies and which complies with such regulation.

(3) Every regulation made by the Minister under this Act shall be laid before each House of the Oireachtas as soon as may be after it is made, and if a resolution is passed by either such House within the next subsequent twenty-one days on which that House has sat after such regulation is laid before it annulling such regulation such regulation shall be annulled accordingly but without prejudice to the validity of anything previously done under such regulation.

Short title.

17.—This Act may be cited as the Housing (Gaeltacht) Act, 1929.

SCHEDULE.

District Electoral Divisions comprised in the Gaeltacht for the purposes of this Act.

In the County of Clare.

Abbey

Formoyle

Knocknagore

Annagh

Furroor

Liscannor

Ballagh

Gleninagh

Liscasey

Ballyea

Glenmore

Lisdoonvarna

Ballynacally

Kilballyowen

Lisheen

Ballysteen

Kilchreest

Lurraga

Ballyvaskin

Kilcloher

Magherareagh

Boston

Kilfearagh

Milltownmalbay

Cahermurphy

Kilfenora

Mount Elva

Carran

Kilfiddane

Moveen

Castletown

Killadysert

Moy

Cloghaun

Killanniv

Moyarta

Clondagad

Killard

Mullagh

Cloonadrum

Killaspuglonane

Noughaval

Cloonanaha

Killilagh

Oughtmama

Clooncoorha

Killimer

Querrin

Clooney

Killinaboy

Rahona

Cooraclare

Killone

Rath

Corrofin

Kilmihil

Rathborney

Creegh

Kilmurry

Rinealon

Derreen

Kilnamona

Ruan

Doonbeg

Kilraghtis

Smithstown

Drumcreehy

Kilshanny

Templemaley

Drumellihy

Kiltoraght

Tullig

Dysert

Kinturk

Tullycreen

Einagh

Knock

Ennistymon

Knocknaboley

In the County of Cork.

Abbeymahon

Castlemartyr

Garryvoe

Adrigole

Castlehaven Nth.

Glengarriff

Aghern

Castlehaven Sth.

Gortnascreeny

Ahil

Castleventry

Gortnaskehy

Ardagh

Cleanrath

Gortnatubbrid

Ardfield

Clondrohid

Ightermurragh

Argideen

Clonmult

Inchigeelagh

Aultagh

Clonpriest

Kealkill

Ballingurteen

Cloonkeen

Kilbrittain

Ballinspittle

Cloghdonnell

Kilcaskan

Ballymackean

Coolcraheen

Kilcatherine

Ballymartle

Coolmountain

Kilcronat

Bantry R.

Coulagh

Kilfaughnabeg

Bealanageary (Dunmanway R. D.)

Courtmacsherry

Cullen

Kilkerran More

Killaconenagh

Bealanageary

(Macroom R. D.)

Curraglass

Curryglass

Killeagh (Youghal

No. 1 R. D.)

Bealock

Derragh

Killeenleagh

Bredagh

Derry

Kilmacdonogh

Butlerstown

Derryfineen

Kilnamanagh

Caheragh

Douce

Kilnamartery

Cahermore

Dromdaleague Nth.

Knockavilly

Candroma

Dromdaleague Sth.

Knocks

Cannaway

Dungourney

Knockskagh

Cape Clear

Dunmanway Nth.

Leitrim

Carrigboy

Garrown

Mealagh

Mogeely

Rossmore

Templeomalus

Mountrivers

Scart

Timoleague

Myross

Shreelane

Tullagh

Rahalisk

Skibbereen R.

Ullanes

Rathbarry

Slievereagh

Williamstown

Rathclarin

Teerelton

Woodfort

Rathcool

Templemichael

Youghal R.

Rosscarbery

In the County of Donegal.

Altnapaste

Dunaff

Largymore

Annagary

Dunfanaghy

Letterkenny R.

Aran

Dunglow

Lettermacaward

Ardara

Dunlewy

Lough Eask

Ards

Fanad North

Loughkeel

Binbane

Fanad West

Maghery

Bonnyglen

Fintown

Magheraclogher

Carrickart

Glen

Malinbeg

Church Hill

Glencolumbkille

Meenaclady

Cloghan

Glengesh

Meencargagh

Corkermore

Glenleheen

Millford

Cranford

Glenties

Mulmosog

Creenasmear

Gortahork

Rosguill

Creeslough

Graffy

Rutland

Cross Roads

Greenfort

Seacar

Crovehy

Inishkeel

Tawnawully

Crowkeeragh

Kilcar

Termon

Crownarad

Kilgoly

Tieveskeelta

Doe Castle

Killybegs

Doocharry

Knockalla

In the County of Galway.

Abbey East

Abbey West

Ballynakill,

(Glenamaddy R. D.)

Carrowbrowne

Carrownagur

Addergoole

Aille

Ballynakill,

(Mt. Bellew R. D.)

Carrowrevagh

Castleblakeney

Annaghdown,

(Tuam R. D.)

Ballynapark

Barna

Castleboy

Castletaylor

Annaghdown,

(Galway R. D.)

Beagh

Beaghmore

Claregalway

Claretuam

Ardrahan

Belclare

Clarinbridge

Athenry

Belleville

Cleggan

Aughrim

Bencorr

Clifden

Ballinastack

Boyounagh

Cong

Ballinderry

Ballinduff

Bullaun

Bunowen

Cloonkeen,

(Loughrea R. D.)

Ballintemple

Ballycahalan

Cahermore

Camus

Cloonkeen,

(Mt. Bellew R. D.)

Ballynacourty

Ballynakill,

Cappalusk

Cappard

Cloonkeen,

(Tuam R. D.)

(Clifden R. D.)

Carnmore

Cloonbur

Clonbern

Kilconierin

Lisheenavalla

Cooloo

Kilcoona

Mountain

Craughwell

Kilcummin,

Mount Bellew

Creggs

Galway R.D.

Mounthazel

Crumpaun

Kilcummin,

Moycullen

Cur

Oughterard R. D.

Moyne

Curraghmore

Kilcroan

Moyrus

Cushkillary

Killannin

Milltown

Cummer

Killeany

Oranmore

Deerpark

Killeely

Oughterard

Derrycunlagh

Killeen

Owengowla

Derryglassaun

Killeenavarra

Raford

Derrylaur

Killererin

Rahasane

Derrylea

Killeroran

Raheen

Donaghpatrick

Killian

Rinvyle

Doonbally

Kilteskill

Ross

Doonloughan

Killinny

Roundstone

Doorus

Killogilleen

Ryehill

Drumacoo

Killower

Scregg

Dunmore North

Killursa

Selerna

Dunmore South

Kilmoylan

Shankill

Errislannan

Kilshanvy

Sillerna

Foxhall

Kiltartan

Skannive

Furbogh

Kiltullagh,

Skehanagh

Galway R.

(Glenamaddy R. D.)

Slieveaneena

Glenamaddy

Kiltullagh,

Spiddle

Gorumna

(Loughrea R. D.)

Stradbally

Graigabbey

Kinvarra

Templetogher

Greethill

Kilthomas

Tiaquin

Headford

Knockboy

Toberadosh

Hillsbrook

Lackaghbeg

Tuam Rural

Illion

Letterbrickaun

Tuam Urban

Inishbofin

Letterfore

Tullokyne

Inishmore

Lettermore

Turlough

Kilbennan

Levally

Wormhole

Kilconickny

Liscananaun

In the County of Kerry.

Ardea

Brandon

Crinny

Aglish

Caher

Curraghbeg

Bahaghs

Caherdaniel

Curraghmore

Ballinskelligs

Canuig

Dawros

Ballinvoher

Cappagh

Deelis

Ballybrack

Caragh

Derriana

Ballyduff

Castlecove

Derrynane

Ballynacourty

Castlegregory

Dingle

Ballincloher

Castlequin

Doocarrig

Banawn

Churchtown

Dunloe

Baurtregaun

Cloghane

Dunquin

Beal

Cloon

Dunurlin

Boolteens

Clydagh

Dromore

Emlagh

Kilgobban

Maum

Flesk

Kilgobnet

Milltown

Glanbehy

Killarney Rural

Minard

Glanlee

Killinane

Molahiffe

Glanlough

Killorglin

Portmagee

Glanmore

Kilmalkedar

Rathmore

Glin

Kilquane

Rockfield

Greenane

Knockglass

Sneem

Headfort

Lack

St. Finan's

Inch

Lahard

Stradbally

Kenmare

Lickeen

Tahilla

Kinard

Loughbrin

Teeranearagh

Kilbonane

Loughcurrane

Valencia

Kilgarrylander

Mastergeehy

Ventrs

Kilgarvan

Marhin

In the County of Mayo.

Achill

Cong

Knock Nth.

Addergoole

Coolnaha

Knock Sth.

Aghagower North

Coonard

Knockadaff

Ardnaree Sth. R.

Corraun Achill

Knocknalower

Attymass East

Course

Knappagh

Attymass West

Croaghpatrick

Lackan Nth.

Ballinamore

Crossboyne

Lackan Sth.

Ballinchalla

Cuildoo

Letterbrick

Ballindine

Culnacleha

Loughanboy

Ballinrobe

Dalgan

Louisburgh

Ballycastle

Derryloughan

Muingnabo

Ballycroy Nth.

Dooega

Muings

Ballycroy Sth.

Drummin

Neale

Ballyhaunis

Garrymore

Newbrook

Ballyhean

Glenamoy

Newport East

Ballynagoraher

Glencastle

Newport West

Ballyovey

Glenco

Owenbrin

Bangor

Goolamore

Pontoon

Barroosky

Hollymount

Portroyal

Bekan

Houndswood

Rath Hill

Beldergmore

Islandeady

Rosslee

Bellavary

Kilcommon

Sallymount

Belmullet

Kilfian E.

Sheskin

Binghamstown Nth.

Kilfian S.

Shrule

Binghamstown Sth.

Kilfian W.

Slievemahanagh

Bohola

Kilgarvan

Slievemore

Bunaveela

Kilgeever

Strade

Burriscarra

Kilkelly

Tagheen

Callow

Killala

Tawnynagry

Cappaghduff

Killavally

Toocananagh

Caraun

Killedan

Toomore

Castlebar Rural

Kilmaine

Turlough

Clare Island

Kilmovee

Tumgesh

Cloghermore

Kiltamagh

Urlaur

Cloonkeen

Kilvine

Ardmore

(Dungarvan R.D.)

Colligan

Comeragh

Kilcockan

Kilmacomma

Ardmore

(Youghal R.D.)

Coumaraglin

Dromana

Kilronan

Kinsalebeg

Ballyduff

Dromore

Knockaunbrandaun

Ballyhane

Drumroe

Lismore Rural

Ballyheeney

Ballyin

Dungarvan Rural

Fews

Modelligo

(Dungarvan R.D.)

Ballymacart

Ballymacarbry

Fox's Castle

Gardenmorris

Modelligo

(Lismore R.D.)

Ballynamult

Georgestown

Mountkennedy

Ballysaggartmore

Glenwilliam

Mountstewart

Bohadoon

Graignagower

Rathgormuck

Cappagh

Grallagh

Ringville

Cappoquin

Grange

Seskinan

Carrigcastle

Gortnapeaky

St. Mary's

Carriglea

Gurteen

Tinnasagart

Clashmore

Keereen

Templemichael

Clonea

Kilbarrymeaden

Whitechurch

In the County of Cavan.

Derrylahan

Derrynananta

Dunmakeever

In the County of Leitrim.

Drumkeeran

Drumreilly East

In the County of Limerick.

Abbeyfeale

Dromtrasna

Iveruss

Caher

Mountcollins

Shanagolden

In the County of Louth.

Drummullagh

In the County of Roscommon.

Ballaghadereen

Creagh

Kilcar

Carrowreagh

Dysert

Taghmaconnell

Crannagh

In the County of Sligo.

Cliffoney South

Rossinver West

Aclare

Drumcolumb

Riverstown

Banada

Lissadill East

Achonry East

Kilmacteige

Lissadill North

Achonry West

In the County of Tipperary South Riding.

Ballybacon

Newcastle