May 23, 1901 (9th Parliament, 1st Session)

LIB

William Scott Maclaren

Liberal

Mr. MACLAREN (Huntingdon).

I am stating the facts as I find them. Of course, I can understand that any hon. member who has sat in this House for three or four years may get accustomed to that. I may come to that yet and be quite satisfied if the ' Hansard ' reporter hears me and it is going down on record to be used-I do not know when-or if it is to go down to posterity as history, or to be used in the election campaign, but why an hon. member should speak for an hour or two hours or three hours with nobody listening to him -well, that is what beats me. That is one of the reasons why the new members of

Topic:   SUPPLY BILL.
Subtopic:   DEBATES IN THE HOUSE.
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