Mr. ANDREW BRODER (Dundas).
Mr. Speaker. No doubt any hon. member attempting to speak, on the budget at this stage of the debate will find it difficult to make his remarks interesting to the House. In the first place, I wish to congratulate the hon. gentleman (Mr. Grant) who has just taken his seat on his maiden effort; and I am sure all here will agree with me in saying that experience will do him good, as it has done most of us. The hon. gentleman made some reference to the condition of things in his own locality, and I will take the liberty of dealing with this briefly before I proceed to the general discussion of the question before the House. The hon. gentleman instanced the condition of a cer-
Topic: WAYS AND MEANS-THE BUDGET.