November 3, 1919 (13th Parliament, 3rd Session)

UNION

Samuel Hughes

Unionist

Sir SAM HUGHES:

I may say, Mr. Speaker, that so far as I am concerned the only thing of any value in connection with this matter is the evidence, and the only thing that is interesting to the country is the evidence. The commissioners who were appointed to inquire into this matter were appointed merely as hearers of evidence;

their opinion counts for nothing one way or the other any more than the opinion of the millions of-intelligent men scattered throughout the length and breadth of Canada.
Mr. MoMASTER: Louder.

Topic:   GUELPH NOVITIATE ENQUIRY.
Subtopic:   REPORT OF THE COMMISSION PRESENTED.
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