Sir HENRY DRAYTON:
I want to call
my hon. friend's attention to just one thing, and that is that some hon. members have spoken to me about the object of this bill. I understood it to be merely refunding and I so advised them. They also said that they could not see any loans falling due this year which would account for the refunding. I told them that doubtless the refunding was occasioned by reason of short-date loans made by my hon. friend last year, which loans he proposed now to turn into long-date obligations. All I want is to be assured that I was right. I think I must have been right.