April 22, 1929

CON

Mr. MACDONALD (Kings):

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. What amount was expended on repairs to Chapel wharf at St. Georges, Prince Edward Island, during the year 1928?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   MUTTON AND LAMB MONTHLY EXPORTS, 1928-29
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Mr. ELLIOTT: (Minister of Public Works)

Liberal

1. 82,916.76.

2 and 3. Wages 81,241.25, as follows:-

W. A. McKinnon, foreman, at $3.50 per day.. John F. Morrison, carpenter at $3 per day.. James Farrell, asst, carpenter at $3 per day.. James A. E. McPhee, labourer, at $2.50 per

day

Joseph McPhee, labourer, at S2.50 per day.. Marcel Campbell, labourer, at $2.50 per day.. Neil McCormac, labourer, at $8 per day.. .. Neil McCormac, team, at $4 per day

John D. Johnston, labourer, at $3 per day .. William Farrell, labourer, at $2.50 per day .. William Farrell, team, at $3.50 per day .. ..

Harold Robertson, team, at $3.50 per day .. Harold Robertson, labourer, at $2.50 per day..

Daniel McDonald, labourer, at $2.50 per day. Dolphus Johnston, labourer, at $2.50 per day. Dolphus Johnston, team, at $3.50 per day ..

Joseph Christian, team re pile driver at $4

per day

Alex Morrison, labourer, at $2.50 per day .. John Farrell, team re pile driver at $4 per

day

John Farrell, labourer, at $2.50 per day .. ..

Donald McLean, team, at $4 per day

Donald McLean, team, at $3.50 per day ..

Joseph Johnston, team, at $3.50 per day .. .. Solphus McPhee, labourer, at $2.50 per day..

Accounts: $1,675.51, as follows:-

Fennell & Chandler:

3,000 lbs. drift bolts, at $3.89

4 kegs 7" wire nails, at $3.39

Joseph A. Morrison:

2,500 ft. B. M. curbing, at $40 per M.. .,

McDonald-Rowe Woodworking Co. Ltd:

14,532 ft. B. M. 12" by 12", at $44 per M..

Joseph Christian:

Truckage, 2 loads, at $2.50

5 cu. yds. stone, at $1

2. To whom was such amount paid and for what service?

3. What are the names of all parties who supplied material or performed labour in connection with this work, the rate per day for labour, and the rate per unit for material, and what amounts were paid to each respectively?

$16 50

* 5 00

$14 50

8 00 17 50

$32 50

$40 00

24 50 15 00

APRIL 22, 1929 1779 Questions

James H. McDonald:

5 pieces spruce lumber, at $3.. .. .... $15 00

Truckage, 2 loads, at $2.50 5 00

5 cu. yds. stone, at $1 ... 5 00 $25 00

Alex McDonald:

5 pieces spruce lumber, at $3.. . .... $15 00

Truckage, 1 load, at $2.50 2 50 $17 50

Peter Morrison:

48 pieces spruce timber, at $3.. . . .. $144 00

Truckage, 2 loads, at $2.50 .. 5 00 $149 00

Roderick Morrison:

10 pieces spruce lumber at 93.. . .... $30 00

20 pieces spruce lumber, at 81.50. .. 30 00

30 pieces spruce lumber at $1.25. 37 50 $97 50

J. L. McPherson:

10 pieces spruce timber, at $3.. $30 00

Felix McDonald:

7 pieces spruce timber, at $3.. . $21 00

W. J. McKinnon:

5 pieces spruce timber, at $3.. . .... $15 00

12 cu. yds. stone, at $1 12 00 $27 00

Joseph Morrison:

Truckage, 1 load, at $2.50 $2 50

Joseph McPhee:

Truckage, 1 load, at $2.50 $2 50

Andrew McLean:

Truckage, 2 loads, at $2.50.. .. $5 00

Peter McPhee:

Truckage, 1 load, at $2.50 $2 50

Donald McLean:

Truckage, 1 load, at $2.50 $2 50

10 pieces of lumber, at $3.. .. 30 00 $32 50

John Farrell:

95 cu. vds. stone, at $1 $95 00

Truckage, 2 loads, at $2.50.. .. 5 00 $100 00

Allie Campbell:

Truckage, 2 loads, at $2.50.. .. $5 00

6 cu. yds. stone, at SI 6 00 $11 00

John McDonald:

Truckage, 1 load, at $2.50.. .. $2 50

Adolphus Johnston:

Truckage, 2 loads, at $2.50.. .. $5 00

9 cu. yds. stone, at $1 9 00 $14 00

Joseph MeCormac:

10 pieces spruce timber, at $3.. $30 00

Truckage, 5 loads, at $2.50.. .. 12 50 $42 50

Harold Robertson:

25 cu. yds. stone, at $1 $25 00

Questions

J. Fitzpatrick:

3,000 ft. plank, at S35 per M S105 00

Sawing 2 00

Bruce Stewart & Co.:

Tools

John F. Morrison:

6 pieces lumber, at $4 Alex Morrison:

9 pieces lumber, at $1.25 $11 25

900 ft. B. M. curbing, at $4 36 00

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Subtopic:   MUTTON AND LAMB MONTHLY EXPORTS, 1928-29
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$107 00 S10 60 $24 00 $47 25 SCHOONER l'M ALONE

CON

Mark Cecil Senn

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. SENN:

Who are the registered owners of the schooner I'm Alone?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   $107 00 S10 60 $24 00 $47 25 SCHOONER l'M ALONE
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LIB

Pierre-Joseph-Arthur Cardin (Minister of Marine and Fisheries)

Liberal

Mr. CARDIN:

Eugene Creaser Shipping Co., Limited, Lunenburg, N.S.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   $107 00 S10 60 $24 00 $47 25 SCHOONER l'M ALONE
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RAW MATERIAL IMPORTS FROM UNITED STATES

LIB

Mr. PREVOST:

Liberal

1. What were the principal raw materials imported to Canada from the United States, in 1928?

2. What was the total value of each of the said raw materials imported in 1928?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   RAW MATERIAL IMPORTS FROM UNITED STATES
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James Malcolm (Minister of Trade and Commerce)

Liberal

Mr. MALCOLM:

1 and 2. See attached table.

Canada's Imports of Principal Raw Materials from the United States (Calendar Year, 1928)

Commodity

Coal

Raw cotton

Fresh fruits

Crude petroleum

Raw rubber

Raw furs

Grains (chiefly corn).. .

Raw hides

Fresh vegetables

Raw tobacco

Manila and sisal grass..

Raw silk

Alumina and cryolite.. .

Iron ore

Sulphur

Animals, living

Raw wool

Seeds

Asphalt, solid

Ores of metal, n.O.p.. ..

Fresh fish

Logs

Plants, trees and shrubs.

Nuts, not shelled

Hemp

Fresh meats

Broom com

Raw cocoa

Eggs in the shell

Bristles

Unit of Quantity Ton Pound

Gallon

Pound

Pound

Pound

Pound

Pound

Pound

Ton

Pound

Pound

Pound

Pound

M ft.

Pound

Pound

Pound

Dozen

Pound

Calendar Year. 1928

Quantity

16,515,149

145,279,833

585,356,951

64,047,190

44,521,300

16,513,117

58,961,900

836,427

220,519,300

1,563,984

365,521,600

4,333,578

95,965,500

73,902,900

31,883

3,267,172

4,705,500

2,999,300

902,452

220,112

Value

Questions

Unit of Calendar Year, 1928

Commodity Quantity Quantity ValueSand and gravel, no.p 585,885 269,838Sand, silica 121,578 268,458Fire clay 119,671,900 258,797Eggs, n.op .. .. Pound 548,700 138,735China clay 18,991,900 123,755Antimony or regulus of 1,331,250 122,713Hay 6,905 106,482Manganese, oxide of .. .. Pound 2,451,700 61,009

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   RAW MATERIAL IMPORTS FROM UNITED STATES
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FRUIT IMPORTS FROM UNITED STATES, 1928

LIB

Jules-Édouard Prévost

Liberal

Mr. PREVGST:

What was the total value of fruit, not grown in Canada, imported from the United States in 1928?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   FRUIT IMPORTS FROM UNITED STATES, 1928
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James Malcolm (Minister of Trade and Commerce)

Liberal

Mr. MALCOLM:

Canada's Imports of Fruit, Not Grown in Canada, from the Lnited States (Calendar Year, 1928)

Commodity

Fresh

Bananas

Grape fruit or shaddocks

Guavas, mangoes, plantains and pomegranates

Lemons

Limes

Oranges

Pineapples

Dried-

Bananas

Currants

Dates

Figs

Raisins

Other dried fruit

Canned-

Pineapples

Fruit Juices-

Lime Juice, crude

Lime Juice containing-

Not more than 25% of proof spirits.. More than 25% of proof spirits.. .. Lime Juice, fruit syrups and fruit juices, n.o.p

Total above commodities

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   FRUIT IMPORTS FROM UNITED STATES, 1928
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TRADE WITH UNITED STATES, 1925-1928

LIB

Jules-Édouard Prévost

Liberal

Mr. PREYOST:

What was the total tonnage of goods imported from and exported to the United States, during the years 1925, 1926, 1927 and 1928?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   TRADE WITH UNITED STATES, 1925-1928
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James Malcolm (Minister of Trade and Commerce)

Liberal

Mr. MALCOLM:

No data available as to total tonnage of goods imported from or exported to the United States.

Unit of Calendar Year, 1928

Quantity Quantity ValueBunch 3,531,580 $ 5.212395Pound 18,158,745 941,071 14,707Box 256.513 1,255,566Box 294 1,208Box 2,073,083 10,308,274 466.613Pound 18,069 2301Pound 3843,525 362291Pound 1,647,807 141,940Pound 40,739,174 2.058,606Pound 541,103 71,991Pound 5,581.042 482,755Gallon 105 31Gallon 2.146 17311Gallon 232 4,948Gallon 67,169 126,474$21,468,482

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   TRADE WITH UNITED STATES, 1925-1928
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INVERNF.SS COUNTY-POSTMASTERS DISMISSED

CON

Mr. MACDOUGALL:

Conservative (1867-1942)

1. How many postmasters have been dismissed in the county of Inverness since the present Postmaster General assumed office?

2. What are their names?

3. Why were they dismissed?

4. Upon whose recommendation were said dismissals made?

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   INVERNF.SS COUNTY-POSTMASTERS DISMISSED
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Mr. VENIOT: (Postmaster General)

Liberal

1. 33.

!IE?ISED EDITION

Questions

2, 3 and 4. See attached statement.

Post Office Postmaster

Alba

Askilton

Belle Cote K. F. Phillips..

Big Brook

Big Intervale

Brook Village ....

Chimney Corner

Emerald

Frizzelton

Gillis Cove

Glencoe

Glendale

Hay's River

Kingross

Lake Ainslie (West Side) Angus Mclnnis

Lime Hill

Little Judique Ponds

Mabou Mines

Mackdale

Marshes (West Bay).... John Ross

Melford

Melrose Hill

North East Mabou Alex. D. Campbell

North East Margaree... Miss I. Ross Smith

Orangedale East

Queensville

South West Port Hood.. Alex. McDonnell

Strathlorne...

Valley Mills

West Bay Road

West Mabou Harbour... Alex. McEachern

Whyeocomagh Portage.. \. Matheson

Wilburn A.lex. MacDonald

Why Dismissed

Change of site and in public interest.

Change of site to give more central location.

Interest of service

Unsatisfactory management

Public interest

Change in site

Inconvenient site and unsatisfactory conduct.

Public interest

Recommended by

Donald MacLennan, K.C., Inverness.

Donald MacLennan, K.C., Inverness.

Donald MacLennan, K.C., Inverness.

Donald MacLennan, K.C., Inverness.

Donald MacLennan, K.C., Inverness.

Donald MacLennan, K.C., Inverness.

Action based on report of District Superintendent.

Donald MacLennan, K.C., Inverness.

. Non-performance of duties by postmaster.

. Public interest

More convenient location and in public interest .

. Absence of postmaster and in public interest.

More convenient location....

Public interest

Unsatisfactory management and shortage in credit supplies.

Change in site in public interest.

More convenient site and advanced age of postmaster.

Unsatisfactory service

Public interest

More convenient location in public interest.

Carelessness and failure to carry out regulations.

Public interest

More central location

Political partisanship and interest of service.

Public interest

More convenient location in public interest .

Public interest

Neglect of duty and failure to make remittances.

Public interest

Political partisanship

Shortages-failure to remit C.O.D. collections.

Public interest

Public interest

Action based on report of District Superintendent.

Donald MacLennan, K.C., Inverness.

Donald MacLennan, K.C., Inverness.

Donald MacLennan, K.C., Inverness.

Donald MacLennan, K.C., Inverness.

Donald MacLennan, K.C., Inverness.

Action based on report of District Superintendent.

Donald MacLennan, K.C., Inverness.

Donald MacLennan, K.C., Inverness.

Donald MacLennan, K.C., Inverness.

Donald MacLennan, K.C., Inverness.

Donald MacLennan, K.C., Inverness.

Action based on report of district superintendent.

Donald MacLennan, K.C., Inverness.

Donald MacLennan, K.C., Inverness.

Donald MacLennan, K.C., Inverness.

Donald MacLennan, K.C., Inverness.

Donald MacLennan, K.C., Inverness.

Donald MacLennan, K.C., Inverness.

Action based on report of district superintendent .

Donald MacLennan, K.C., Inverness.

Donald MacLennan, K.C., Inverness.

Action based on report of district superintendent.

Donald MacLennan, K.C., Inverness.

Donald MacLennan, K.C., Inverness.

IMr. Veniot.]

Procedure Respecting Divorce

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   INVERNF.SS COUNTY-POSTMASTERS DISMISSED
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UNOPPOSED MOTIONS FOR PAPERS

CON

Henry Herbert Stevens

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. STEVENS:

For a return showing the name and location of each licensed distillery in Canada, and showing the amount of duty, excise, sales tax and other charges (each separately) paid during the last fiscal year.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   UNOPPOSED MOTIONS FOR PAPERS
Sub-subtopic:   LICENSED DISTILLERIES
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BRANTFORD DOG INQUIRY

April 22, 1929