OFarrell, John Thomas

Thursday, 5 July 1928

Seanad Éireann Debate
Vol. 10 No. 22

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I want to support that protest. I sent in my amendments in anticipation of anything that might happen, because anything can happen in things of this sort, and I think that we should display some sens...More Button

I submit that it is as capable of amendment here as it was in the other House, and if in the other House people insisted on the usual notice being given I think we ought at least to observe the rules ...More Button

I move: “That consideration of the Bill in Committee be deferred until the next sitting of the House.”More Button

The Senator is, of course, quite aware that it is not proper to pass the Second Reading of a Bill of this nature one evening and to take the Committee Stage the next day. It is not the custom.More Button

This Bill only came here last Tuesday.More Button

We have plenty of work to keep us going until 10 o'clock to-night without this Bill.More Button

We have here a Constitution Bill which first appeared on the Order Paper on Tuesday. It was passed last evening at 6 o'clock, and other business had then to be taken up. We are now asked to take up t...More Button


I move:— “Section 26. To delete all after the word ‘races’ in line 13 down to the end of the section.”More Button

It is just extending the principle.More Button


I second the motion. Question put and agreed to. Question—“That the Dentists Bill, 1927, be received for final consideration and do now pass”—put and agreed to.More Button

I think the Minister may rest assured that the Bill will be passed next week in any case, although I do not see the urgency from the Minister's point of view, so long as it is passed before the Seanad...More Button

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