Hon. GROTE STIRLING (Yale):
Mr. Speaker, I would not wish to say a word to
impede greater progress in the house, but I am rather in a difficulty with regard to Wednesday next. Some of those associated with me have been endeavouring to arrange a public memorial service for the late Right Hon. Viscount Bennett, and overcoming a considerable number of difficulties we chose noon on Wednesday for that service at Chalmers church. My card has only just reached me, and it is possible that the Prime Minister's card has not yet reached him. But if he would give consideration to putting off the morning sittings from Wednesday to Thursday of next week it would be considered a very courteous thing.
Topic: BUSINESS OF THE HOUSE
Subtopic: MORNING AND SATURDAY SITTINGS