REPORTS. - NATIONAL ARBITRATION COURTS' COMMITTEE.
The necessary preliminary arrangements were being made for the establishment of National Arbitration Courts on the lines already sanctioned by the Dáil.
L.T. MACCOSGAIR (Kilkenny N.) moved, and Mr. JOHN O'MAHONY (Fermanagh S.), seconded the adoption of the Report.
LIAM DE ROISTE (Cork City) mentioned the setting up of Arbitration Courts by the Sinn Fein Executive, and enquired as to their authority.
T. MACSUIBHNE (Cork Mid) stated that local Unionists were quite willing to submit cases to such Courts if guaranteed a fair hearing.
A complaint having been made that this Committee was not meeting satisfactorily, it was decided that a special meeting should take place on the following morning at 11 a.m. The Report was then put and adopted.