Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Employment in Ennis.
That is a separate question.
Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Blind Persons' Allowances.
Statements are not questions.
Order of Business.
Nos. 12 and 14, I understand, will be taken together. On that matter, Deputy Belton might see the Government Whip between now and Private Deputies' time, if he has not already come to some arrangement...
As to item 3, the Votes are merely being introduced to-day.
Supplementary and Additional Estimates, 1941-42.
To be taken to-morrow.
Shops (Conditions of Employment) (Amendment) Bill, 1941—Committee and Final Stages.
Amendments Nos. 2, 3, 4 and 5 are offered by Deputy O'Neill to Section 3, which will be deleted if this amendment is carried. The Deputy might make his case on amendment No. 1, and, if he thinks he h...
They could not be moved since the section to which they are offered is being deleted.
Amendment No. 7 may not be moved, but Deputy Keyes may discuss the point on this amendment, No. 6, and, if not satisfied, offer an amendment on Report Stage.
The Deputy may repeat his amendment, on Report Stage, to the new section.
Does the Deputy not intend to move amendment No. 8?
When is it intended to take the Report Stage?
It might be put down for to-morrow, conditionally.
Private Deputies' Business. - Price of Wheat—Motion.
I understand that motions Nos. 12 and 14 will be discussed together, and that the time allowed for them will be four and a half hours.
Deputy Belton will have the advantage of the last word in this debate.
Deputy Belton will conclude this debate.
References to the activities of the sheriff are somewhat outside the scope of the motion.
That is not a point of order.
The Chair must now call on Deputy Belton to conclude, according to agreement.
The time for discussion is limited by Standing Orders.
The Deputy should have risen earlier. I have called on Deputy Belton to conclude.