Hogan, Patrick

Thursday, 12 July 1951

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 126 No. 10

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Order of Business.

Obviously, the Deputy cannot discuss that beyond asking for time.More Button

Obviously, this is not in order now. That will arise at a later stage on Deputy Dillon's motion and can be discussed in full. It does not come up now for discussion. What comes up now is whether th...More Button

I have asked the Deputy to desist from discussing that. The merits of that may not be discussed on this occasion. The Deputy can discuss that at a later stage on the motion to which he referred, but...More Button

The Deputy cannot anticipate the subject matter of a motion that is before the House.More Button

It is not relevant. I have told Deputy Dillon that it is not relevant. The question to be discussed now is whether we should adjourn or not, nothing more.More Button

The matter before the House is whether the House adjourns.More Button

What the Deputy proposes to raise is a matter of privilege. This is not the way to raise that.More Button

The Deputy is endeavouring to discuss the motion.More Button

The Deputy will confine himself to reasons why this House should not adjourn, and nothing more. He will not proceed to discuss the motion on the Order Paper, or anything that may be considered releva...More Button

The Deputy is saying all over again what I warned him he could not say. I warned him on that.More Button

The Chair is the judge of whether it is relevant or not, Deputy Dillon. I warn the Deputy he cannot pursue that line.More Button

The arguments that are made must be relevant to the issue before the House.More Button

I hope the Deputy will confine himself to that.More Button

The Deputy will confine himself to the motion for the Adjournment.More Button

The Parliamentary Secretary should not interrupt Deputy Dillon. He will have an opportunity of making any statements he wishes.More Button

Deputy McGrath should allow Deputy Dillon to proceed, as far as he is relevant.More Button

I did not mean that. As far as the Deputy is relevant, I intend to allow him to proceed.More Button

The Deputy is surely travelling far beyond the reason why the House should or should not adjourn at 5 o'clock this evening until next Tuesday. There is a limit to the patience of the Chair in respect...More Button

Whatever way the Deputy proposes to describe the members of the Government Party is a matter of concern for himself, but he has not advanced any sufficient reason as to why the House should or should ...More Button

That does not arise at all. An Order was made by the House on the recommendation of the Committee on Procedure and Privileges.More Button

What happened between the Whips with respect to any particular motion is surely not relevant.More Button

There is no need to make that case.More Button

This seems to be far removed from the reason as to why the House should or should not adjourn.More Button

The Deputy is now trying to discuss a motion that is on the Paper. He may not do that. The only matter he can discuss is whether or not this House, on its rising to-day, should adjourn until 3 o'cloc...More Button

The Deputy is going back to a discussion on that motion, which is entirely irrelevant on this occasion.More Button

That does not arise on this motion. There is only one thing relevant—whether the House, on its rising this evening, should adjourn until next Tuesday or not.More Button

Deputy Dillon has had his innings and he ought to allow others to speak.More Button

The Deputy should not travel beyond the motion.More Button

Is the Tánaiste proposing to conclude?More Button

No other Deputy offered to speak.More Button

On the motion.More Button

The motion for the Adjournment.More Button

I called on the Tánaiste.More Button

Deputy Cafferky will not anticipate a decision of this House in respect of a motion before it.More Button

The Deputy will resume his seat.More Button

Deputy Cafferky said that I did not call on the Tánaiste to conclude, as I was supposed to have done on the previous day. That was clearly giving an indication that the House had decided in a certain...More Button

That was an order of the Dáil. We cannot reopen it, surely.More Button

The Deputy is entering into the realms of discussion on the motion now. What we are discussing is whether the Dáil should adjourn or not.More Button

The Tánaiste to conclude.More Button

The motion is:— That the Dáil on rising this evening do adjourn until Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Motion put and declared carried.More Button

Committee on Finance. - Freshwater Fisheries (Prohibition of Netting) Bill, 1951—Committee and Final Stages.

The amendment is on the Order Paper.More Button

Committee on Finance. - Vote 29—Office of the Minister for Justice (Resumed).

That would require legislation.More Button

I shall allow the Deputy to proceed on this line within a certain limit.More Button

The Minister for Posts and Telegraphs is Minister for Posts and Telegraphs.More Button

Is the book in the control of the Minister?More Button

The Chair is at a loss. The Chair does not know anything about the book.More Button

The Deputy understands this is a very serious charge.More Button

Perhaps the Deputy would allow me. The Deputy realises this is a very serious charge. A man is a member of this House who is not entitled to be a member of this House and not entitled to be a member ...More Button

I am not denying the Deputy his rights. This is a serious charge and should be raised in another fashion.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Coal Supplies.

Question No. 7.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Use of Coal at Portarlington.

No. 8.More Button

I have called No. 8.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Rural Electrification.

That has nothing whatever to do with question No. 9.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Damage to Post Office Property.

Question 20.More Button

I did not hear any statement of the kind. So many statements were made that I could not relate them to any particular Deputy. I call on Question 20 now.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Milk Prices—Cost of Production.

The Deputy is giving information. He is not asking a question.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - County Waterford Schools—Sanitation.

This has reference only to Waterford.More Button

Question on Adjournment.

A decision will be conveyed to the Deputy on the matter.More Button

Notice was also given by the Deputy. The decision will be conveyed to the Deputies concerned.More Button

Committee on Finance. - Adjournment Debate—Brosna Drainage Workers.

The Deputy might confine himself to the question.More Button

There is nothing here about what rates should be given. The question reads:— “When the rates... will be paid.” There is no indication that the amount granted is inadequate.More Button

There is nothing here about whether it is adequate or inadequate.More Button

The question deals with when the increase will be paid and the cause of the delay. Nothing more is to be discussed.More Button

Order!More Button

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