William MULOCK

MULOCK, The Right Hon. Sir William, P.C., B.A., M.A.

Personal Data

Party
Liberal
Constituency
York North (Ontario)
Birth Date
January 19, 1843
Deceased Date
October 1, 1944
Website
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Mulock
PARLINFO
http://www.parl.gc.ca/parlinfo/Files/Parliamentarian.aspx?Item=3fbbf99b-cf52-4821-bdc6-2ec9565a294a&Language=E&Section=ALL
Profession
lawyer

Parliamentary Career

June 20, 1882 - January 15, 1887
LIB
  York North (Ontario)
February 22, 1887 - February 3, 1891
LIB
  York North (Ontario)
March 5, 1891 - April 24, 1896
LIB
  York North (Ontario)
June 23, 1896 - October 9, 1900
LIB
  York North (Ontario)
  • Postmaster General (July 13, 1896 - October 15, 1905)
  • Minister of Labour (January 1, 1900 - October 15, 1905)
July 30, 1896 - October 9, 1900
LIB
  York North (Ontario)
  • Postmaster General (July 13, 1896 - October 15, 1905)
  • Minister of Labour (January 1, 1900 - October 15, 1905)
November 7, 1900 - September 29, 1904
LIB
  York North (Ontario)
  • Postmaster General (July 13, 1896 - October 15, 1905)
  • Minister of Labour (January 1, 1900 - October 15, 1905)
November 3, 1904 - September 17, 1908
LIB
  York North (Ontario)
  • Postmaster General (July 13, 1896 - October 15, 1905)
  • Minister of Labour (January 1, 1900 - October 15, 1905)

Most Recent Speeches (Page 352 of 356)


April 3, 1903

Sir WILLIAM MULOCK.

Topic:   SUPPLY.
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April 3, 1903

Sir WILLIAM MULOCK.

Topic:   SUPPLY.
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May 13, 1902

Hon. Mr. MULOCK.

not worth the paper it is written on, it is perfectly competent for the Crown to go into Court and say that. If the argument of the Postmaster General means anything it means that there was a conspiracy between these men and his predecessor in office to defraud the government. If that can be established in court, then not one of these men can recover. But the Postmaster General sees fit to judge these men behind their backs. He refuses these men the right to urge their claims in court, just as he refused the two postmasters the right to be heard in their own defence before he dismissed them. That is the position which the Postmaster General takes. I would be willing to leave it to the House and to the country as to whether that is a position which can be fairly maintained by any man who is desirous of doing right. If what the Postmaster General says, is true, then the government has nothing to fear because these men cannot substantiate their claims in court. If on the other hand these men are able to prove that what they say is correct, they have a valid claim against the government and they should have the privilege before the court of seeing whether they are right or whether the Postmaster General is right. But that right the Postmaster General denies them. He judges their cases himself and he deprives these men of that which every man in this country is supposed to have : The right to have his claim determined in a court of law by a proper tribunal, and after hearing both sides of the case.

Topic:   SUPPLY-THE CHARLES A. BULL PRODUCE COMPANY.
Subtopic:   ROBERT KAULBACH,
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May 6, 1902

Hon. Mr. MULOCK.

Topic:   SUPPLY.
Subtopic:   $100,000.
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May 2, 1902

Hon. Mr. MTJLOCK.

miles a man must grow less efficient after a certain age.

Topic:   GEORGEBROATCH,
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