Musgrove, $607; John P. Brennan, $509.32; Charles W. Lavers, for tobacco and cigars, $113.25.
3. None of the tenders were accepted because articles covered by different seizures were not distinguished separately in the advertisement and goods which were not intended to be sold at the time were by error included in the notice for tenders.
Tenders were again invited by public ad-vertisemeut and the tender of D. C. Mus-grave for $591.50 for the forfeited goods (lots 1 to 5, inclusive) was accepted.
Subtopic: SALE OF FORFEITED GOODS AT SYDNEY, N.S.
Mr. DAVIS-by Mr. Calvert-asked ;
1. How much has been spent by the Dominion government on each of our canals since confederation 1
2. What has been the cost of maintenance in each case ?
3. How much revenue has been derived from same ?
The MINISTER OF RAILWAYS AND CANALS (Hon. A. G. Blair).
Subtopic: EXPENDITURE ON CANALS.