November 6, 1919

NEW MEMBER.

UNION

Edgar Nelson Rhodes (Speaker of the House of Commons)

Unionist

Mr. SPEAKER:

I have the honour to inform the House that the Clerk of the House has received from the Clerk of the Crown in Chancery a certificate of the election and return of John Wilfred Kennedy, Esq., for the electoral district of Glengarry and Stormont.

QUESTIONS. ;

(Questions answered orally are indicated by an asterisk.)

Topic:   NEW MEMBER.
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ARTHUR LAPIERRE.

L LIB

Mr. BUREAU:

Laurier Liberal

1. What are the names of the two policemen who entered on September 30, 1918, the residence of the conscript, Arthur Lapierre, No. 3157100?

2. Who had commissioned these two policemen to look for the said Arthur Lapierre?

3. Have the said policemen made a report? If so, what is the date of the report and to whom was it made?

Topic:   ARTHUR LAPIERRE.
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UNION

William Findlay Maclean

Unionist

Hon. Mr. MACLEAN (for Major-General Mewburn):

1, 2 and 3. There is no record at militia headquarters. If information is furnished as to the district concerned and the place where action was taken, the necessary inquiries will be made.

Topic:   ARTHUR LAPIERRE.
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THE SUGAR SUPPLY.

UNION

Arthur Lewis W. Sifton (Minister of Public Works)

Unionist

Hon. Mr. SIFTQN:

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1. Yes.

2. Approximately $848,000 on basis of cost plus 7J per cent.

3. Approximately $2,478,250 on same basis of cost plus 74 per cent.

4. No.

Topic:   THE SUGAR SUPPLY.
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NEW BRUNSWICK WHARVES TRANSFERRED TO FEDERAL GOVERNMENT.

UNION

Mr. McLEAN (Royal):

Unionist

1. What wharves in the counties of Queen's and King's, New Brunswick, have been transferred to the Federal Government hy the Provincial Government of New Brunswick, and on what dates were the said transfers made?

2. Is the Minister of Public Works aware that the officers of his department have reported that many of the said wharves require repairs to be made as soon as possible?

3. If so. when will the said wharves be repaired?

Topic:   THE SUGAR SUPPLY.
Subtopic:   NEW BRUNSWICK WHARVES TRANSFERRED TO FEDERAL GOVERNMENT.
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UNION

Arthur Lewis W. Sifton (Minister of Public Works)

Unionist

Hon. Mr. SIFTON:

I. Queen's County:-

Name of wharf. High water, low water or graded. Parish. Date of Provincial Order in Council transferring.

Akerleys June 4, 1919

Washademoak Lake.

Armstrongs H and L W... July 2, 1919

Washademoak Lake.

Washademoak Lake.

L W. u May 1, 1919

St. John River.

Chipman June 4, 1*919

Salmon River.

Coles Island H and L W July 2, 1919

Washademoak Lake

Colwells L W... June 4, 1919

Washademoak Lake.

Cumberland Bay L W.... July 2, 1919

Grade Lake.

Douglas Harbour " 2, 1919

Fox's L W. May 1, 1919

St. John River.

L W " 1, 1919

St. John River.

Humphreys June 4, 1919

Washademoak Lake.

May 1, 1919

St John River.

L W. " 1, 1919

L W. " l, 1919

St. John River. ,

L W " 1, 1919

Washademoak Lake.

2. Yes.

3. Transfer has not been accepted by the [DOT]Federal Government.

Topic:   THE SUGAR SUPPLY.
Subtopic:   NEW BRUNSWICK WHARVES TRANSFERRED TO FEDERAL GOVERNMENT.
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QUESTION PASSED AS ORDER FOR RETURN.


Mr. MoLEAN (Royal): 1. How many men enlisted in New Brunswick in the Canadian Expeditionary Forces? 2. How many went overseas? 3. How many went to France? 4. How many were killed or died of wounds? 5. How many are receiving pensions, and what is the total amount of said pensions? 6. How many have received or are now receiving vocational training? 7. How many have received medical assistance or treatment in hospitals? 8. How many have received outside medical treatment from the Department of Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment ? 9. What amount of gratuity has been paid to officers, non-commissioned officers and men in the Canadian Expeditionary Forces enlisted in New Brunswick?


VICTORY LOAN ARCH ON CONNAUGHT SQUARE.


On the Orders of the Day


L LIB

Thomas Vien

Laurier Liberal

Mr. THOMAS VIEN (Lotbiniere):

Before the Orders of the Day are called, may I ask the Government who is paying for the structure on Connaught square in front of the post office? It is very ungainly, lacking any architectural character, and is very expensive into the bargain.

SIR GEORGE FOSTER (Acting Prime Minister): I have no positive information, but I understand that the cost of the structure ds assumed by the parities who are interested in making the Victory Loan a success.

Topic:   THE SUGAR SUPPLY.
Subtopic:   VICTORY LOAN ARCH ON CONNAUGHT SQUARE.
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L LIB
UNION

Edgar Nelson Rhodes (Speaker of the House of Commons)

Unionist

Mr. SPEAKER:

Order.

Topic:   THE SUGAR SUPPLY.
Subtopic:   VICTORY LOAN ARCH ON CONNAUGHT SQUARE.
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L LIB

Thomas Vien

Laurier Liberal

Mr. VIEN:

May I ask a further question?

Topic:   THE SUGAR SUPPLY.
Subtopic:   VICTORY LOAN ARCH ON CONNAUGHT SQUARE.
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UNION

Edgar Nelson Rhodes (Speaker of the House of Commons)

Unionist

Mr. SPEAKER:

Order. I did not hear the question submitted by the hon. member because my attention was diverted at the moment. It is not such a question as should) be submitted on the Orders of the Day.

Topic:   THE SUGAR SUPPLY.
Subtopic:   VICTORY LOAN ARCH ON CONNAUGHT SQUARE.
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November 6, 1919