This is a revote of $3,000, to complete work now under contract with Mr. T. B. Morrison. The work consists of cutting down to 21 feet above low water the wrecked portion of the pier, 325 feet in length, and reconstructing this part with fully ballasted native timber crib work, 20 feet in width, to height of ten feet above low water, or to the level of the covering of the adjoining portion of the pier head. Amount required $2,800.
The second item is to rebuild the pier head of the breakwater, carried away by January, 1922, storms from low water in sections 50 ft. x 371 ft. and 40 ft. x 25 ft. to close pile the outer end of the wharf with creosoted timber, renew part of covering and replace ballast in several bays of
item of business will be concurrence in the reports of Committee of Supply, and putting the Supply Bill through the different stages. Then, as mentioned earlier in the day, we will take up the motions of private members that appear on the Order Paper, beginning with No. 23, relating to oleomargarine, and, when that has been disposed of, we will take up the other motions in the order in which they appear.
Has my hon. friend considered whether or not we shall have any choice as to how those motions are to be taken up? Is that not left entirely in the hands of private members? Are they not to be taken in their turn? I would have thought so.
I mentioned, in answer to the hon. gentleman who asked the question, that that motion would be taken up at a later time, but the Government would like to fix its own time for it. I wish also to mention to my hon. friend- and I mention it now so that hon. members will know
that on Tuesday we will go on with the estimates on naval service and continue with the militia estimates.
Motion agreed to and the House adjourned at 11.15 p.m.