HC Deb 05 June 1899 vol 72 c295

Ordered, that the Order [14th March] that all petitions of County Councils under the provisions of the Local Government (Ireland) Act, 1898, against the Bills, he presented seven clear days before the meeting of the Committee, be referred to the Committee, and that the petitioners praying to be heard by themselves, their counsel, or agents, or witnesses be heard against the Bills, be suspended in the case of the petition of the County Council of the County of Cork against the Great Southern and Western and Waterford, Limerick, and Western Railway Companies Amalgamatiion Bill, and that the said petition be referred to the Select Committee on the said Bills, and that the petitioners be heard by their counsel, agent, or witnesses against the said Bill.—(Mr. J. F X. O'Brien.)