In Committee on Finance. - Motion for Late Sitting.
Other Deputies spoke twice and three times.
That is a long question.
You can go home if you like.
In Committee on Finance. - Vote 56—Industry and Commerce (Resumed).
Is not the Deputy implying a charge of corruption against the Minister?
Why does the Deputy not tell us all about it?
What about the wheat transaction?
This is the first I heard of it, and I am asking the Deputy to give us information.
You are always sure of the contrary of everything.
You will get it yet.
The Deputy is keeping us awake, anyhow.
The Deputy was often proved wrong before.
Not at all.
Well, we are talking about sausages.
Maybe the farmers had some of these sausages at their meeting last night.
Well, have it so.
We have had one.
We have had enough of talk from them.
In Committee on Finance. - Vote 60—Unemployment Insurance.
That is good for Deputy McGilligan's soul.
In Committee on Finance. - Vote 68—Electrical Battery Development.
There is a notice in the Evening Herald, if the Deputy will refer to it.
In Committee on Finance. - Vote 1—Governor General's Establishment.
It would, on the Deputy's part.
Ask what sort of hat he wears.
Well, you will.
You are always making points of order.
They used to hire the clothes for it.
I would like to ask the President a question. I know it is silly, but certain ill-mannered references were made during the discussion to the Governor-General being an internee. I should like the Pre...
In Committee on Finance. - Vote 3—Department of the President of the Executive Council.
Have manners over there.
In Committee on Finance. - Vote 54—Fisheries and Gaeltacht Services.
The Minister was not interrupted.
Let the Minister speak. We listened to Deputy Lynch very patiently for an hour and a half.
We will suffer on.
That is not a point of order.
He is not an astute Parliamentarian.
In Committee on Finance. - Vote 7—Old Age Pensions.
A man walked from Roscommon to Dublin to get his pension.
He was not.
In Committee on Finance. - Vote 70—Export Bounties and Subsidies.
How much on jaw bones?
What is the Deputy talking about at all?
So that he only gets 35/- instead of £20—is that your case?
They were talking about fogs some time ago in the House but that is a fog I can't get out of.
You should sell them down in Naas.
They will not like it over there, on the Cumann na nGaedheal side.
He is wise.
In Committee on Finance. - Appropriation Bill, 1933.
It is a good job he has some description, anyhow.
We are sticking it out like philosophers. Interruptions.
Not like warriors— only like philosophers.
That is the best answer they could get.
In Committee on Finance. - Appropriation Bill, 1933—Committee Stage.
The Chair has ruled.