Sir WILFRID LAURIER.
This is a very old friend. Mr. Fabre is our commissioner at Paris, and has been since 1881, I believe. Everybody knows the Paris agency, especially those who have been in Paris. The duties performed by Mr. Fabre are well known. He was first appointed commissioner of immigration, but I do not know that he has been very successful in that work. In other respects, however, I think he has been a very efficient and useful officer. ' i
Subtopic: JTTT'JE 5, 1905