Mr. MACKENZIE KING:
The voluntary preference I have referred to is the kind of preference which was introduced by Mr. Fielding in this parliament in 1897, a preference that time and again was extended in the Laurier and Fielding tariffs, a preference which was maintained by Sir Robert Borden and
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his government, and which has been endorsed by every government during the last thirty years.
Subtopic: ADDRESS IN REPLY MOVED BY MR. MAX. D. CORMIER AND SECONDED BY MR. VICTOR C. PORTEOUS