"by the cultivation of orange plantations and melonfields and reafforestation." (U17.1700)
"The utilisation of waste paper, fells of sewer rodents, human excrement possessing chemical properties, in view of the vast production of the first, vast number of the second and immense quantity of the third, every normal human being of average vitality and appetite producing annually, cancelling byproducts of water, a sum total of 80 lbs. (mixed animal and vegetable diet), to be multiplied by 4,386,035, the total population of Ireland according to census returns of 1901." (U17.1701)
"Were there schemes of wider scope?
A scheme to be formulated and submitted for approval to the harbour commissioners for the exploitation of white coal (hydraulic power), obtained by hydroelectric plant at peak of tide at Dublin bar or at head of water at Poulaphouca" (U17.1709)
"or Powerscourt" (U17.1713)
"or Powerscourt" (U17.1713)
"or catchment basins of main streams for the economic production of 500,000 W.H.P. of electricity." (U17.1713)
"A scheme to enclose the peninsular delta of the North Bull at Dollymount and erect on the space of the foreland, used for golf links and rifle ranges, an asphalted esplanade" (U17.1714)
An esplanade is an open, level space, especially one serving for public walks or drives, often along a shore. This PC sows the esplanade in Queenstown.
"with casinos, booths, shooting galleries, hotels, boardinghouses, readingrooms," (U15.1717)
"establishments for mixed bathing." (U17.1718)
"A scheme for the use of dogvans and goatvans for the delivery of early morning milk." (U17.1718)
"A scheme for the development of Irish tourist traffic in and around Dublin by means of petrolpropelled riverboats, plying in the fluvial fairway between Island bridge and Ringsend," (U17.1720)
"charabancs, narrow gauge local railways and pleasure steamers for coastwise navigation (10/- per person per day, guide (trilingual) included). A scheme for the repristination of passenger and goods traffics over Irish waterways, when freed from weedbeds." (U17.1722)
"A scheme to connect by tramline the Cattle Market (North Circular road and Prussia Street) with the quays (Sheriff street, lower, and East Wall)," (U17.1726)
"parallel with the Link line railway laid (in conjunction with the Great Southern and Western railway line) between the cattle park, Liffey junction," (U17.1728)
An advertisement for tours by the Great Southern and Western Railways in a tourist pamphlet from the 1900s.
"and terminus of Midland [Irish Day Express from D] Western Railway 43 to 45 North Wall, in proximity to the terminal stations or Dublin branches of Great Central Railway, Midland Railway of England, City of Dublin Steam Packet Company, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company, Dublin and Glasgow Steam Packet Company, Glasgow, Dublin and Londonderry Steam Packet Company (Laird line), British and Irish Steam Packet Company, Dublin and Morecambe Steamers," (U17.1730)
"London and North Western Railway Company," (U17.1736)