April 25, 1918 (13th Parliament, 1st Session)


Daniel Duncan McKenzie

Laurier Liberal


There are scattered farming settlements and the village is out on the point. They have been writing to me. When we had power ourselves, I made an effort to get this thing done, but I did not succeed. I had always hoped that I would be able' to overcome the difficulty. This must appeal to the minister. Here is a little community placed out on this point and it is desired that they shall have communication with the outside world. A very small amount of money would string a line along the shore down to White Point and give them a telegraph office.
[iMr. Bureau.]

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