In accordance with the arrangements made the last day, when the Minister in charge of the Bill was present it was agreed that we should take up to-day at once the resumed Committee Stage of the Railways Bill. If we succeeded in getting that Committee Stage concluded in a reasonable time we then would be able to deal with the Second Stage of the Bills on the Orders of the Day. I propose if it suits the Seanad that the Seanad will meet to-morrow at 11 o'clock, and the first business will be the consideration of the Finance Bill. When that has been discussed I propose that we should take up the reconsideration of the Report of the Temporary Accommodation of the Oireachtas, and it will also be necessary for us to-morrow to consider the question of the ratification of the Lausanne Treaty.
ORDER OF BUSINESS.
I take it that the arrangements with regard to the Railways Bill will not prevent the Private Bill being taken. It is only a formality.
Oh, no, that will not prevent it.