Mr. E. F. CLARKE (West Toronto).
Mr. Speaker, before the Orders of the Day are called, I desire to call the attention of the House to what seems to be the non-compliance with an order of the House, made on the 18th February, respecting the bringing down of all papers, telegrams, Ac., respecting the pay of the men of ' C ' Battery Canadian Artillery, which served in South Africa. On pages 5 and 6 of the return which has been brought down is to be found a report from Col. J. A. G. Hudon, commanding ' C ' Battery, dated 25th January, 1901. The commanding officer in this report goes on to say, that :