Mr. R. L. BORDEN.
I think that will be quite satisfactory, and as the Postmaster General says, the matter can be brought up on any day when the House is moved into Committee of Supply ? It is a Pity the Postmaster Genera] did not have an investigation made before the appointment as he now proposes. It would strike me that I would hardly be prepared to correct the report of May by the report of April; I would rather be inclined to correct j the report of April by the subsequent and fuller report of May.
Subtopic: THESSALON, ONT., POSTMASTER.