Sir WILLIAM MTJLOCK.
When the tariff reductions were introduced in 1897, Sir Charles Tupper in this House predicted disaster to the manufactures of this country because of these reductions. The hon. member (Mr. Clancy) now says there were practically no reductions. Which view are we to accept ? Is it not a fact that these gentlemen opposite, in their tariff resolutions and in their speeches in this parliament have spent hours and weeks in denouncing us for tariff reduction ?