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Post Office-Con.

Mail services-Con.

Englishtown-Ingonish ferry, 880
Goldbrook-Upper Middle River, qu., 2161
Matane-Ste. Anne des Monts, qu., 1687
Montmagny-Isle aux Grues, qu., 3191
Muskoka lakes. 2625

New Germany-North River, N.S., 2494
Northern Ontario, 3432
Nova Scotia, 795
Ontario, 3549

Pictou county, N.S., 615'

Port Hastings-Queensville, N.S., 2724 Tracadie-Chatham, N.B., qu., 993 Woodstock-Lakeville, N.B., qu., 1580 Newspapers, cost of carriage, qu., 503 Parliamentary mail, qu., 2621

Post offices. See also their respective titles Bigwood, Ont, qu., 1924

Drobot, Sask, 1594

Employees, shortages in accounts, 3231 Janitors, 2902

Joliette, Que., burglary, qu., 1555, qu, 1686 Kamsack, Sask., 1595

Mallorytown, Ont, 544

Maloneck, Sask., 386, qu., 1093, 1195, 1593 Rockford. Sask., 386, qu., 1555, 1593 Rural, revenue, 2592

Sheho, Sask., 1595

Trail, B.C., 1140

Truro. N.S., qu., 481

Western Shore, N.S., 544

Ypres, Sask., 2723

Postal delivery service, qu., 1554

Postage rates, 3430-1

Airways stamp, 3431 Canada-France, qu., 377 Newspapers, 3440 Postmasters

Ashton, Ont., qu., 2723

Brigden, Ont., qu., 2623, 3233
Enterprise, Ont., 177, 3218
Frog Lake, Alta., 1812
Hartland, N.B., qu., 381
Heinsburg, Alta., 1810

Hyas, Sask., 386

Joliette, Que., 795, qu., 902

Lac La Biche, Alta., 1809

Maloneck, Sask., 386, qu., 1093, 1195, 1593

Naturalization applications, 2509

Odessa Ont., 1775, 3230, 3223
Rural

Commissions, 2263

Salaries, 246, 316, 881

St. Boniface, Man., 1596

St. Paul du Buton, Que., qu., 795, qu., 902

Salaries, 1110, 1078, 3430
Sawyerville, Que., qu., 795

Post Office-Con.
Postmasters-Con.

Smithers, B.C., qu., 1093

Sugar Loaf, N.S., qu., 1687
Wabamun, Sask., 2049

Postmasters, dismissals, 331, qu., 791, 1110, 1147, 1592, 1598, 2421, 2425, 2591, 2632, 2723, 3218, 3230

Annette, Sask., 994, qu., 1555, 1595
Birch Grove, N.S., 1688

Cap St. Ignace, Que., qu., 791, 795, qu., 2261, qu., 2363

Cochrane, Alta., letter of Mr. Bennett in 1912, 2441

Conquerall Banks, N.S., 544

Dalem Lake-Boularderie, N.S., 544
Drobot, Sask., 482, 1594

Fort Pelly, Sask., 386, 1592
Fox Creek, N.B., 331
Fraser's Mills, N.S., 1492
Inverness county, 2723
Ivera Farm, N. S., 880
Kamsack, Sask., 482, 1595

Lafleche, Sask., qu., 794, 1492, 4074, 4151
New Brunswick, 615

North River, N.S., 2494

Nut Mountain, Sask., 386, 1593
Ohsweken, Ont., qu., 2161, 2261
Orangeville, Ont., 3232

Poplar Bluff, Sask., 386, 1592
Rathburn, Ont., 3239

Renata, B.C., 615, 1142

St. Front, Sask., 386. qu., 1555, 1592
Sheho, Sask., 482, 1595
Simcoe, Ont., qu., 2261

Theft and irregularities, for, 1595
Whitney, B.C., qu., 3793

Postal service. See under this title, De

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Postage Rates. See Post Office

Potatoes. See Vegetables

Pouliot, Mr. Jean-François-Con.

Pouliot, Mr. Jean-François (Témiscouata) Address in reply, 88. Cardinal Rouleau; reduction of national debt; Dominion-provincial conference, 88; bonne entente; Newfoundland-Labrador boundary question; Mr. Taschereau and speech from the throne in the province of Quebec, 89; solidarity between provincial and federal government; Mr. Taschereau and imperial matters, 90; St. Lawrence waterway; ownership of rivers; the David McLaren case, 91 Airplanes, landing field, 3777 Anticosti island, Ellis bay, 3355-7 Bosse, Mr. Pierre, railway provident fund,

3742

Brandy Pot lightkeeper, 3674, 3681
Budget. 665. Montreal papers on budget;

Canadian National Railways, 666; re-
pair of rolling stock, 667; reasons for
emigration; repatriation of Cana-
dians; Civil Service Commission,
668; tariff on spirits; liquor prices in
Ontario and Quebec; reduction of
excise tax on liquor, 669

Debate, member speaking twice, 1329 Canadian National Railways, 666, 4009 MacKinnon, Mr. John, inquiry, 2261 Railway commission, jurisdiction, 2483 Civil Service Commission, 668, 1601 Civil service, exempted positions, 1598 Commercial smuggling, 3573

Ellis bay, Anticosti, harbour, 3355-7 Intercolonial railway, provident fund, 3742 Johnston, Mr. Alex., 1601, qu., 1921 Lighthouse and coast service, 3674

McClymont charges, 3841

Mahone Bay public building, 601
National Revenue dept. bill, 3018
Notre Dame de l'Isle Verte lightkeeper,

3681

Notre Dame des Bois customs officer, 3573
Point of order, relevancy, 665
Postmasters, dismissals, 1598

Privilege, statement of Mr. Spotton, 950
Public officials, appointments, 1598
Public works estimates, 3401
Quebec

Municipal code, revision, 266
Public works, 596

Red Islet lightkeeper, 3681

Riviere du Loup aeroplane station, 3432 St. John River Storage Co. bill, 376, 2796 Amdt., 2846

Supply items in votes and proceedings, 3155 Taschereau, Premier

Imperial questions and, 89 Reference to, 137-8, 665, 669 Trois Pistoles wharf, 3368

Poultry, 1050. See also Eggs
British Columbia, 2996, 3058
Marketing, 2811
Production, 2985

World's poultry congress, 260

Powell River, B. C., breakwater, 3403

Power. See Electric Power

Power, Mr. C. G. (Quebec South)
Acting chairman, relevancy, 1399, 1765,
2693, 3238

Anticosti Corporation, 3351
Anticosti island, wharves, 3132
Audibility of debate, 2705

Civil service commission, 3115

Civil service, returned soldiers, 3065
Divorce bills, procedure, 2238
Edmonton, Dunvegan and British Colum-
bia Railway bill, 2703

Eleven o'clock rule, 1401

Ellis bay, Anticosti, 3132, 3351, 3806
Letters, imaginary, reading, 3073
Liberal party, alleged partisanship, 1361
Motions, unanimous consent, and, 2213
National Revenue dept. bill, 3065
Pension Act Amdt. bill, 2846, 3044, 3114
Senate amendments, 3726
Pensions and National Health dept. bill,
2018, 2789

Pensions and soldiers problems com. re-
ports, 565, 613, 790. 2486, 2621
Privilege, questions of, 746
Quebec

Citadel, Governor General's quarters, 2657
Harbour commissioners bill, 2155
Railway terminals, 2226

St. Lawrence river ship channel, 1736
Soldier Settlement Act Amdt., 2792, 2804
Toronto Terminals Railway bill, 2226

Power Development. See Water Powers

Prairie Provinces. See also Alberta; Manitoba; Saskatchewan; Western Provinces

Fruit supply, 2991

Natural resources, return to, 2

M. (Mr. Edwards, Frontenac) 1688, with

drawn 1693

Ownership of lands, 1580

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Press-Con.

Ottawa Citizen, indemnity of members,

4051

Ottawa Journal, Post Office admn., 3216 Port Hope Daily Times, blasphemous libel report, 746

Port Hope Evening Guide, blasphemous
libel report, 746
Press gallery

Misrepresentation of proceedings, 710
Railway passes, 2833

"Quebec" Canada's progress 1151 Sherbrooke Daily Record on immigration from United States, 3929

Tabloid newspapers from U.S., 3576
Tariff advisory board, 1628, 1636
Toronto Star, radio broadcasting, 3623, 3661
Toronto Telegram, "rebellion suggested,"
Mr. Woodsworth, 503

Trade and Commerce, publicity advertising, 3754

Winnipeg Conservative convention, on, 1199 Winnipeg Free Press, National Revenue dept. officials, 3014

Press Gallery. See Press

Preventive Service. See National Revenue
Prevost, Mr. J. E. (Terrebonne)
Budget, 818. Conservative party and the
budget; Winnipeg convention, 818;
the tariff question; moderate tariff
policy of the Liberal party, 819; the
protection policy; problem of trans-
portation; freight rates; Canadian
ports for Canadian trade 820;
imperial relations; Mr. Meighen and
"ready, aye, ready"; attitude of
French Canadians towards Conserva-
tive party, 821

Hurteau patent bill, 3775
Metallurgical production, qu., 791

Price, Mr. O. B. (Westmorland)

Address in reply, 330. Maritime claims commission report, 330; differential westbound rate from United States Atlantic ports: rights of maritime provinces in natural resources of western provinces; dismissal of postmasters by Hon. Mr. Veniot; Fox Creek postmaster, 331; reference to Hon. J. B. M. Baxter and Mr. Hanson; unemployment; Canadian National Railways and political patronge, 332; immigration and emigration; Consumers' Cordage Company at Dartmouth, N.S.; Australian treaty; conditions in Prince Edward Island, 33;

Price, Mr. O. B.-Con. Address in reply-Con.

immigration rates; extravagant public expenditure; Provident Fund Act of the Intercolonial and Prince Edward Island railway employees, 334 Budget, 1218. Canadian National Railways; St. John and Ste. Rosalie gateways; Mr. Dunning and aims of people of maritimes; Canadian National Railways management; indus trial and colonization departments, 1218; branch lines as feeders; railway facilities and difficulties of farmers; Fawcett Hill, loading platform; competition of New Zealand butter; Australian treaty; resolution of New Brunswick Farmers' and Dairymen's Association; preservatives in imported butter; Conservative party and olemargarine, 1219; Mr. Motherwell's rancid butter bill; Mr. Dunning and industrial depression in United States; tinkering with the tariff; unemployment; the woollen industry 1220; Consumer's Cordage Company; textile factories closed; Humphrey Woollen Mills at Moncton; emigration of workers to United States; employment of mechanics in Moncton shops, 1221; application of United States tariff to Canadian products; protection on fishermen's rope, 1222; "full dinner pail" party; oil and gas industry; drawback on seamless casing; duty on oil well machinery; encouragement of British capital; Acadia Syndicate Company; New Brunswick Gas and Oil Fields Limited; desirability of free machinery for exploratory work for oil 1223; sales tax, 1224

Canadian National Railways, 332, 1218
Rock ballasting, qu., 3198, qu., 3442
Cape Bauld, N.B., shelter facilities, 3700
Mahone Bay public building, 612
Moncton post office building, 612, 2630
Returned soldiers on House of Commons
staff, qu., 904

Price, Mr. Percival, carilloneur, qu., 2490

Prices. See also Address; Agricultural Implements; Budget; Cost of Living; Emigration; Immigration; Markets; Taxation; Trade

Agricultural implements, 672, 972-9, 2109 Apples, 447, qu., 614

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Agricultural conditions, 213

Car ferry, 193, 217, 258, 781, 786, 3255, 3270, 3305

Additional provision for, 3742

Automobiles carried on, qu., 2047

Coal transportation contract, qu., 2391
Confederation, terms of entry, 215, 217, 3277
Experimental farms, 586
Fisheries, 216

Fox breeding industry, 213, 586

Freight rates. See Maritime Provinces
Governor's island, oil operations, 3817
Harbours and rivers, 2957, 3118
Indians, medical attendance, 1743
Legal services, payments for, qu., 1091
Narrow gauge railroads, 787
Oyster culture, 216
Population, 784

Ports, development, 3305

Potato growing industry, 213, 2281, 2291, 3120

Co-operative Potato Growers' Association, 2291

Warehouses, 781

Provincial subsidy, 4102

Public lands, 783

Public works, expenditure, 3266
Railways, 258, 261, 3306

Confederation, and, 784

Provident Fund Act, 334, 3742 Transportation system, 3270

Prince George, visit of, 2, 8, 14, 32

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Canadian Cinch Anchoring Systems, 2235 Canadian Credit Institute, 1428, 2234 Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 1429 Central Finance Corporation, 3776 Cumberland Railway and Coal Company, 3418, 3775

Davies divorce bill, 2335

Detroit River Canadian Bridge Co., 3775 Divorce bills, procedure, 2235. See also House of Commons, Bills

Druker divorce bill, 2571

Eastern Bank of Canada, 3441, 3494

Edmonton, Dunvegan and British Columbia Railway Company bill, 2111, 2571, 2697, 3379, 3676, 3776

Federal Loan Company, 2797, 2858
Gimblett divorce bill, 2468, 3379

Great Lakes and Atlantic Canal and Power
Company, 2861, 2940, 3986
Hurteau patent bill, 3775

Imperial Guarantee and Accident Insurance
Company, 1428

Interprovincial and James Bay Railway
Company, 1430, 2576

Kelly divorce bill, 2464
Lee divorce bill, 2342

London and Port Burwell Railway Company 3519, 3676, 3696, 3766

McCoo divorce bill, 2342

McCutcheon divorce bill, 2237

Manitoba and Northwestern Railway Com

pany, 1429, 2111

Martin patent bill, 2860, 3777

Millspaugh patent bill, 107, 1431, 2860 Moore divorce bill, 2335

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