I understand the Minister of Railways to say that no charge has been made against officials of the Intercolonial taking part in elections, but I have a letter with regard to the same matter. Let me read this passage from the ' Gazette ' :
Not only did this terrible delay mean that the passengers were kept in confinement and without food for a. day, but everything at the immigration station during the doctor's absence was at a standstill. Four trains were delayed for six hours, and all the other immigration officials and the railway men were kept idle.
I think that should be looked luto.
Subtopic: INTERFERENCE IN ELECTIONS.