Sir Patrick Dun's Hospital Bill, 1953— Report of Joint Committee on Standing Orders.
The Joint Committee on Standing Orders report that in the case of the application for leave to introduce the Sir Patrick Dun's Hospital Bill, 1953, they recommend that Standing Order No. 6 ought to be...
I move:— That Standing Order No. 6 be dispensed with, on condition that the prescribed notice shall be published on or before the 31st day of March, 1953, once in each of two successive weeks with an ...
Fisheries (Consolidation) Bill, 1952— Referred to Standing Joint Committee on Consolidation Bill.
It is a Standing Order.
A Committee of the House.
Committee on Finance. - Health Bill, 1952—Second Stage.
He dumbfounded them on the other side of the House.
In other words, we will get the best Health Bill we can.
He just ran away. That is all. Question —“That the Bill be now read a Second Time”— put and declared carried. Committee Stage ordered for Wednesday, 18th March, 1953.
Committee on Finance. - Vote 67 — Health.
It has been explained fully.
I am quite happy.
We are all in a good spirit this evening.
You cannot be kept quiet one day and speak your mind the next.
You were in very good frame of mind a couple of minutes ago.
They say that memory is the only friend that grief can call its own.
On a point of order, is it in order for a Deputy to threaten another Deputy inside the precincts of the House? That is a serious threat, to take the laugh off my face.
On a point of order, is it not right and within your knowledge that Deputy O'Higgins and his Party were flattened to-night by Deputy Larkin's speech and that Deputy MacBride ran out of the House as a ...
He was a very important man on the morning of the day the Government was changed.
We enjoyed the Deputy's discomfiture.
The Bill was passed practically unanimously a few minutes ago.
The Bill was accepted by the House almost unanimously. It was not discussed.
I seem to be more important than the Deputies would suggest.
Why did you do this, Deputy Morrissey?
He stirred it up?
Could the Minister say if this requires psychopathic treatment?
Would a good scheme not be worth 2/- or 3/-?
One shilling and sixpence on the local authority and 1/6 on the central Government.
There is no motion to refer this Estimate back.
On a point of order, is the Deputy entitled, on a motion such as this, to endeavour to repair the shocking rift that occurred in the inter-Party lute this evening?
He is trying to build a new dyke.
Deputy MacBride could not make up his mind whether he should be on your side or on Deputy Larkin's side.
This contribution was conceived in sin, if I may say so.
We can afford to laugh and enjoy ourselves.
The Government were to be beaten on the Health Bill? Did you know that?
Surely the Bill is not under discussion?
And if he discusses the Bill, Deputy MacBride might run away again.
What does that prove? It proves that more maternity beds are needed.