September 30, 1903 (9th Parliament, 3rd Session)

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The PRIME MINISTER.

And my bon. friend (Mr. Borden, Halifax) acknowledges Mr. LANCASTER.
it. I have no hesitation in saying that, for my part. I shall be glad to co-operate with him, and with you, Mr. Speaker, in preserving order. I suppose that if we maintain order we shall reach prorogation all the sooner-and it ought to be sufficient inducement for us all to beliave. If my hon. friend (Mr. Borden, Halifax) says that he will take care of his own side. I will try to take care of ours : and you, Mr. Speaker, will take care of both.

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   ORDER IN THE HOUSE.
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