Hon. Mr. PRIOR.
While on this matter,
I would again call attention to the claims known as the Macaulay Point claims, by men who have property there, and who say that it has depreciated in value owing to the building of the forts. Two or three claims
were paid during tlie time of the late government, and these men claim that they have an equal right to be paid. The former men were paid on the advice of the Department of Justice. These claimants want leave to apply to the Exchequer Court and have their claims adjudicated. I would ask the hon. minister to assist them in every possible way. Have they to apply to him or the Minister of Justice ?
The MINISTER OF MILITIA AND DE-rMUi. Application should be made to the Minister of Justice. I have referred the matter back to him, and it is now in his
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Gratuity to Lieut.-Col. McGill, R.M.C.. " Sergt.-Major Dingley, R.D.C.
Compensation to Lieut. McLeay
W. E. Fegan