Hon. Mr. MURPHY:
Well, I had not any particular point in mind at the moment, except this, Mr. Speaker. It seems to me that the ruling which your Honour gave is susceptible of such wide application that the occasion might arise when, without there being any such reason for the ruling as there may be in the present instance, another ruling might be given and matter deleted from Hansard without the opportunity of debate.
Subtopic: IMAGINARY LETTERS-SPEAKER'S RULING