Mr. R. L. BORDEN.
Further than that, so far as putting the blame on the daughter is concerned, if there is any one consideration in the whole affair that would incline me not to reappoint the father it is the very fact that he endeavours to cast the blame of this upon his own daughter, or upon some one who stands in the relation of daughter to him. That appeals to the Postmaster General in a different way. It would be the last reason in the world why I should reappoint that man, and I do not think I will change my mind after reading the papers. However, we may look at these things from different standpoints.
Subtopic: THESSALON, ONT., POSTMASTER.