May 3, 1901

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The MINISTER OF FINANCE.

I think we have done a fair day's work, and that even according to the Mulock Act, we have earned our money.

Some resolutions reported.

The MINISTER OF MARINE AND FISHERIES (Hon. Sir Louis Davies) moved the adjournment of the House.

Topic:   SUPPLY.
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Robert Laird Borden (Leader of the Official Opposition)

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. BORDEN (Halifax).

What government business will be taken up on Monday ?

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The MINISTER OF MARINE AND FISHERIES.

Private Bills will occupy probably most of the time. If time allows, some of the government Bills on the paper will be taken up, and then supply.

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The MINISTER OF FINANCE.

We shall go right on with the supplementary estimates and clean them up. If the Minister of Trade and Commerce (Hon. Sir Richard Cartwright) is able to be here, we shall take his estimates, which, when concluded, will nearly clean up the main estimates.

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Edward Gawler Prior

Conservative (1867-1942)

Hon. Mr. PRIOR.

Will the government bring down the railroad subsidies at the beginning of next week ? The right hon. Prime Minister promised that all documents will be down by that time.

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The MINISTER OF MARINE AND FISHERIES.

Some time during the week, the Prime Minister said.

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Motion agreed to, and House adjourned at 11.45 p.m.



Monday, May 6, 1901.


May 3, 1901