§ On the Order for the consideration of this Bill, as amended by the Standing Committee,
§ MR. T. M. HEALY (Louth, N.)
said, that as no attempt had been made to carry out the distinct promise given by the promoters of the Bill that it would be applied to Ireland, he should object to the consideration of the Bill.
§ COLONEL LONG (Worcestershire, Evesham)
said, he had made every inquiry, and found it was impossible that the Bill could be made applicable to Ireland. He hoped the hon. and learned Member would withdraw his objection.
§ MR. T. M. HEALY
That is always said in the case of Ireland—it is impossible; but we will make it possible. I object.
THE PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE (Mr. HERBERT GARDENER,) Saffron Walden
said, the Bill was a very useful Bill, and hoped his hon. and learned Friend would not insist on his objection.
§ Consideration of Bill accordingly postponed.