There is no certainty, I say, that the letter will be delivered at Point St. Charles at a certain hour. The hon. member for St. James (Mr. Gervais) knows it very well. There are drop letter boxes and there is something marked on the boxes as to the hour at which the next collection will be made. That mark is almost always obliterated from the box. I have never seen it so in the city of Toronto. It is important, when you drop a letter in the box, that the signs should be there in order that you may know exactly when the last collection was made and when the next one will be made. These things appear to be trifling details, but my hon. friend knows they are very important and if we have a service there equal to what they have in Toronto you will see an increase in the postal revenue in Montreal which will carry us far beyond the revenue at present obtained in Toronto, which is the largest revenue in the Dominion. Does my hon. friend from St. Mary's (Mr. Martin) think it is unpatriotic to plead for that?