Location: Flemings Hotel. Private meeting.
The ACTING-PRESIDENT suggested that 16a and 16b on the Orders of the Day be taken up after the adjournment.
Mr. MACENTEE (Monaghan S.) moved and Mr. MACDONAGH (Tipperary N.) seconded, that the original order of business according to the Agenda be adhered to.
After discussion this proposal was negatived by sixteen votes to three, and it was then agreed that the debates on the reports should be taken up after the adjournment.
The Dáil adjourned at 12.5 p.m. (1.30 English time).
The House re-assembled at 2.20 p.m. (3.45 English time).
Constance de Markievicz wrote in 1918 that the abolition of Dublin Mean Time was among various actions undertaken by the English government that would “put the whole country into the Sinn Féin camp”.