Bill (No. 120) to incorporate the Bishop of Moosonee.-Mr. Taylor.
On motion of the Minister of Finance House adjourned at 1.10 a.m. Thursday.
matter of the most earnest consideration on the part of the government. A good deal of correspondence has taken place on this subject between the Colonial Office and the Canadian government.
Canada wants men, plenty of men ; in the Ncrth-west Territories and towards British Columbia there are thousands of square miles that are lying waiting for settlers. The Boers are the sort of settlers that the Canadian government is looking for. The Dominion government proposes to give a full homestead, consisting of 160 acres of land, to each head of a family that will settle down, as well as to each male over twenty-one, to assist them with money-as settlers are at present assisted-and to admit them to the same terms of civil liberty as any settler.
If so, will ihe government lay the correspondence on the Table of the House ?