September 11, 1903

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The POSTMASTER GENERAL.

Certainly, they belong geographically to Nipissing.

Mr. MACIvIE. They are simply a tail to North Renfrew of thirty miles in length.

Motion of Mr. Monk to reconsider item 48 negatived.

Motion of Mr. Monk to amend item 24 negatived. .

Amendment negatived and item agreed to, and subsection 24 agreed to.

Item 24 (the territorial district of Nipissing) agreed to;

Item 25 (Thunder Bay and Rainy river) agreed to;

Item 26 (Parry Sound) agreed to;

Item 29 (City of Kingston) agreed to;

Item 31 (City of Ottawa) agreed to;

Item 32 (Algoma and Manitoulin) agreed

to;

Item 28 (BrockviUe) stand;

Item 30 (City of London) stand;

Item 33 (County of Bruce) stand;

Item 34 (County of Elgin) stand;

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The PRIME MINISTER.

When we resume this discussion we will begin at Leeds, number 11, and will proceed by order on the

paper just as the items come. I suppose there will be no objection to that.

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The PRIME MINISTER.

As soon as we have disposed of the Grand Trunk Pacific Rajilway business, which will commence Monday morning.

Progress reported.

On motion of the Prime Minister, House adjourned at 10.40 p.m.

Monday, September 14, 1903.

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September 11, 1903