Farren, Thomas

Wednesday, 12 December 1928

Seanad Éireann Debate
Vol. 11 No. 1

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SUSPENSION OF STANDING ORDERS.

The motion has not been seconded.More Button

Do not take a vote yet.More Button

I want to say, before you put the motion, that I am opposed to this.More Button

Will you point out the Standing Order under which you refuse to have a discussion on an important motion of this kind? It is unprecedented. You must have a discussion.More Button

It was not a question of your ruling but the motion before the House. At the outset, I would say that the motion before the House is for the purpose of suspending the Standing Orders. The motion doe...More Button

Is this a point of order or a speech?More Button

If Senator Jameson will agree that this matter be postponed until after the election of the Cathaoirleach and Leas-Chathaoirleach, I have nothing further to say.More Button

ELECTION OF LEAS-CHATHAOIRLEACH.

I beg to second the motion before the House. I do not need to say anything on it other than that we do not think that there is any necessity in our quarter to advertise our goods, because we believe ...More Button

PUBLIC BUSINESS. - CORK CITY MANAGEMENT BILL, 1928—SECOND STAGE.

This Bill makes a new departure, because it is giving legislative effect to a system which was brought in during recent years by the appointment of Commissioners for the purpose of carrying on the dut...More Button

Well, I will call them Dublin Jackeens. It appears to me to be an extraordinary thing at this time of day, judging by all we hear with regard to the ramifications of people from the southern capital ...More Button

I beg your pardon. I did not say anything of the kind.More Button

No, it was not.More Button

Allow Senator Farren to put his own case and you put yours.More Button


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