Simply for the reason that these wharfs are built on the seaside where they are the only modes of communication the fishermen have. Besides, the sum total for these little wharfs is not equal to one single expenditure made in some of the other provinces. Here is a district, we will say, where 500 fishermen live by the seaside, and the only mode of communication they have with the outer world is by one of these wharfs. When they get the wharf they need a roadway running from it some distance to a highway in the country. The most suitable place is selected' for a wharf, and then in order to get to it or from it you have to have a road. As to one of these wharfs being for only one Mr. ROSAMOND.
or two farmers, I trust the hon. gentleman's intelligence will not allow him to speak in that manner.
Topic: SUPPLY-MAIL SERVICE AT PICTON.
Subtopic: AMERICAN COASTING LAWS.