Sir WILFRID LAURIER:
There is no objection at all. Any matters of that kind-would not count. I had in mind important legislation. There have been persistent rumours that the Government was contemplating railway legislation. I see that in the Estimates that have just been placed
upon the Table there are appropriations for the Grand Trunk Pacific and the Canadian Northern. I presume this is the legislation the Government had in contemplation, and nothing more.