January 11, 1911

IMMIGRATION AGENTS TO BRITAIN.


* Air. BRADBURY : Have any farmers or others been sent by the government from Manitoba to Great Britain by this government since last session? If so, who, for what purpose, and from what district ?


LIB

Charles Murphy (Secretary of State of Canada)

Liberal

Air. MURPHY :

Yes, the following, to promote immigration : George Cluff, Alorris, Alan.; Henry

Sampson, Brandon, Alan.; J. Riddell, county of Alacdon-ald ; John Williams, Mel-ita ; George Gordon, Oak Lake.

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   IMMIGRATION AGENTS TO BRITAIN.
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CANADIAN NAVAL SERVICE.


* Air. MONK : 1. To what type or mark do the guns of the ' Rainbow ' belong ? 2. At what date were the said guns manufactured? 3. To what extent were said guns used up to 1905? , . 4. To what extent have they been used since 1905?


LIB

Wilfrid Laurier (Prime Minister; President of the Privy Council)

Liberal

Sir WILFRID LAURIER :

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   CANADIAN NAVAL SERVICE.
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H. M. C. SHIP ' RAINBOW.'


Gun. Type. Mark. Date of Manufacture. Used up to 1905. Used since 1905. Rounds. Rounds. t6-in. Q.F. II 1902 222 4II 1897 222 44.7-in. III 1891 202 4f| III 1891 207 4III 1891 185 4III 1891 188 4III 1891 193 4III 1891 205 46-pdr. I 1886 608 4I 1890 232 4I 1891 279 4I 1890 142 4I 1890 259 4I 1904 193 4I 1890 302 4I 1890 340 43 .. I 1895 495 4Maxim Machine. II 1896 10348 1650II 1896 11286 100II 1893 23840 1240" " II 1896 10189 100 t This is up to 1908. The exact number up to 1905 is unknown.


THE NATIONAL TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILWAY.

CON

Mr. LENNOX :

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. Has the arbitration board, constituted to determine questions as to overbreak, overclassification, &e., on eastern division of the Transcontinental railway completed its work. If so, will the minister lay the report upon the table of the House?

2. If not, when did the arbitration enter upon their duties, how long have they been actually engaged in the investigation, and at what stage is it now?

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   THE NATIONAL TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILWAY.
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LIB

Mr. GRAHAM : (Minister of Railways and Canals)

Liberal

1. Work completed except making award, which cannot be done until Arbitrator Kel-liher reaches Ottawa.

2. The time engaged under first appointment :

Days.

Collingwood Schreiber, H. D. Lums-den and B. B. Kelliher, 19th May,

1909 to 11th June, 1909 23

14th June, 1909 to 30th June, 1909 16

Under second appointment : Collingwood Schreiber, Gordon Grant and B. B. Kelliher :

Days.

30th September to 8th October, 1909 8

20th November to 7th December,

1909 17

23rd May to 10th June, 1910 .... 18 13th June to 22nd June, 1910 .... 9

24th October to 30th October, 1910 6

1. In respect of the giving out of contracts upon the National Transcontinental railway, were estimates in detail as to quantities prepared before the reception of the tenders?

2. Was this information at the disposal of would-be tenderers?

3. Were the estimated quantities shown on the profile?

4. Were they communicated to the commissioners, or to any one of them, prior to the reception of the tenders?

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   THE NATIONAL TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILWAY.
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LIB

George Perry Graham (Minister of Railways and Canals)

Liberal

Mr. GRAHAM.

The following information is supplied by the National Transcontinental Railway Commission:

1. Yes.

[DOT] 2. No.

3. No.

4. Yes.

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   THE NATIONAL TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILWAY.
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SEVIGNY ISLAND.

CON

Mr. LORTIE:

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. Whence comes the name of Sevigny, on an island of the St. Lawrence, registered in the Department of Agriculture?

' 2. How long has it borne this name?

3. Has it been sold, leased or given away since 1838?

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   SEVIGNY ISLAND.
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LIB

Mr. BRODEUR: (Minister of the Naval Service; Minister of Marine and Fisheries)

Liberal

1. The Marine Department has no information as to the origin of the name Se-vigny island. It appears as an alternative of the name Petite lie aux Cygnes, on the registered plan of the cadastre of the island, and was adopted by the Geographic Board of Canada on 16t,h February, 1909, as the more convenient of the two, on the recommendation of the official representative for the province of Quebec.

2. Not known, but the name Sevigny island appears on Sullivan's plan of 1882 as well as on the cadastral plan.

3. The Department of Marine and Fisheries has no information in regard to this.

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   SEVIGNY ISLAND.
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LIB

GRAZING LEASES.

CON

Maitland Stewart McCarthy

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. MCCARTHY:

Have any applications been received for a closed grazing lease of a township, or a part thereof, in the foothills situated west of section 26, township 24, range 5, west of the 5th meridian between southerly limit of township 24 and northerly limit of township 25? If so, who are the parties applying for same, and what are the dates of the respective applications ?

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   GRAZING LEASES.
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LIB

Frank Oliver (Minister of the Interior; Superintendent-General of Indian Affairs)

Liberal

Mr. OLIVER.

Grazing leases granted since 1905, all subject to cancellation on two years notice:

Township 24, Range 5, West 5th Meridian-J. and R. Copithorne, February 20, 1905; J. Bateman, March 27, 1905; J. A. Fraser, April 12 and 22, 1905; E. C. Barnes, June 27, 1908 and April 25, 1910; J. and K. Copithorne, December 22, 1910.

Township 25, Range 5-J. J. Fotts, May 22, 1905; F. Kidd, May 22, 1905; Potts and Lusk, June 15, 1906; Charles Roper, August

21, 1906; Bert Cope, April 22, 1907; Wm. K. Burke, July 15, 1907.

Township 24, Range 6-E. C. Barnes, June 27, 1908; C. E. Logan, April 12, 1910; E. C. Barnes, April 25, 1910; Wm. H. Ricks, May 13, 1910; C. E. Logan, June 6, 1910; W. H. Edge, June 28, 1910; E. C. Barnes, July 2, 1910; D. L. McDougall, September 9, 1910; G. M. McDougall, October, 1910;

S. Copithorne, October 25, 1910; Jumping Pound Stock Association, December 2, 1910; Elize Bennett, December 17, 1910.

Township 25, Range 6, West 5th Meridian -Charles Roper, July 30, 1908; G. M. McDougall, February 18, 1910; H. B. Parsons, June 23, 1910; Bert Cope, September 29, 1910.

Township 24, Range 7-None.

Township 25, Range 7-None.

Township 24, Range 8, West-of the 5th Meridian-E. Loder, April 3, 1905; E. Loder, November 7, 1905.

Township 25, Range 8, West of the 5th Meridian-None.

Township 24, Range 9-C. E. Bailey, May 1, 1905; E. Loder, August 30, 1905; E; Loder, November 22, 1905; Calgary Lime and Cement Company, April 7, 1906; Western Canada Cement and Coal Company, May 15, 1906; A. M. Baptie, January 14, 1907; A. M. Baptie, March 6, 1907.

Township 25, Range 9-None.

Township 24, Range 10-Vincent Towers, August 11, 1905.

Township 25, Range 10-W. Spencer, April

22, 1908.

Township 24, Range 11-None.

Township 25, Range 11-W. Spencer, April 21, 1908. '

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   GRAZING LEASES.
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GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC RAILWAY.

January 11, 1911