William PATERSON

PATERSON, The Hon. William, P.C.

Personal Data

Party
Liberal
Constituency
Brant (Ontario)
Birth Date
September 19, 1839
Deceased Date
March 18, 1914
Website
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Paterson_(Canadian_politician)
PARLINFO
http://www.parl.gc.ca/parlinfo/Files/Parliamentarian.aspx?Item=4c0343e7-af09-409c-8b15-82597243d468&Language=E&Section=ALL
Profession
confectioner

Parliamentary Career

October 12, 1872 - January 2, 1874
LIB
  Brant South (Ontario)
January 22, 1874 - August 16, 1878
LIB
  Brant South (Ontario)
September 17, 1878 - May 18, 1882
LIB
  Brant South (Ontario)
June 20, 1882 - January 15, 1887
LIB
  Brant South (Ontario)
February 22, 1887 - February 3, 1891
LIB
  Brant South (Ontario)
March 5, 1891 - April 24, 1896
LIB
  Brant South (Ontario)
August 25, 1896 - October 9, 1900
LIB
  Grey North (Ontario)
  • Controller of Customs (July 13, 1896 - June 29, 1897)
  • Minister of Customs (June 30, 1897 - October 6, 1911)
November 7, 1900 - September 29, 1904
LIB
  Wentworth North and Brant (Ontario)
  • Minister of Customs (June 30, 1897 - October 6, 1911)
November 3, 1904 - September 17, 1908
LIB
  Brant (Ontario)
  • Minister of Customs (June 30, 1897 - October 6, 1911)
October 26, 1908 - July 29, 1911
LIB
  Brant (Ontario)
  • Minister of Customs (June 30, 1897 - October 6, 1911)

Most Recent Speeches (Page 3 of 564)


July 25, 1911

Mr. PATERSON.

Cannot you vote on it and then let the people pronounce upon it?

Topic:   WAYS AND MEANS - RECIPROCAL TRADE WITH THE UNITED STATES.
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July 24, 1911

Mr. PATERSON:

1 The quantity and value of the undermentioned articles entered for consumption in Canada, from the United States, during the month of May, 1911, was as follows:

Quantity. Value.

Butter ..lbs. 199,061 $ 46,049Eggs 144,252 28,884Cheese 15,075 2,559Potatoes 29,173 24,494Bacon and hams, shoulders and sides ..lbs. 602,929 73,253Beef, salted in barrels . .lbs. 127,268 7,845Mutton and lamb, fresh..lbs. 71,426 7,770Pork barrelled in brine., lbs. 386,848 27,451Poultry and game, n.o.p $ 6,360Dried or smoked meats, &c [DOT] .. .. 82,879 12,894Other meats, fresh .. . .lbs. 96.895 10,829Other meats, salted .. . .lbs. 29,200 4,066Sheep and lambs.. .. ..No. 12,226 51,063Melons 716 142Potatoes, sweet and yams 389 887Tomatoes, fresh 25,080 39,974Vegetables, n.o.p.. .. .. ..$ 132,917Apples, green 2,063 13,743Blackberries, raspberries. gooseberries, &c ..lbs. 572,670 71,750Cherries 3,688 879Cranberries .bush. 22 104Grapes 117 141Quinces, apricots, pears, &c ..lbs. 249 362 The quantity and value of butter and of meats entered for consumption in Canada from Australia and New Zealand during the month of May, 1911, was as follows:

Australia. New Zealand.

Lbs. Value. Lbs. Value.

Butter 24,752 $4,916 13,496 $3,352

Mutton and lamb,

fresh 193,470 12,981

3 The quantity and value of fresh cream, fresh milk, and casein exported from Canada to the United States during the month of May, 1911, was as follow a :

Quantity. Value.

Cream, fresh galls. 71,269 $63,731Milk, fresh galls. 110 12Casein lbs. 52,516 1,749

Topic:   QUESTIONS.
Subtopic:   AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE FROM UNITED STATES.
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July 20, 1911

Mr. PATERSON.

I could not state, but I suppose that if one was sent it would he sent to the Department of Trade and Commerce.

Topic:   WAYS AND MEANS-CHINESE INVESTIGATION COMMISSION.
Subtopic:   COMMOJSI8
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July 18, 1911

Mr. PATERSON.

It came in bond, was held in bond, and went out. We had the carriage.

Topic:   WAYS AND MEANS-RECIPROCAL TRADE WITH THE UNITED STATES.
Subtopic:   IS, 1911 A RT1CLES.
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July 18, 1911

Mr. PATERSON.

I believe the figures are correct but what did we do with it?

Topic:   WAYS AND MEANS-RECIPROCAL TRADE WITH THE UNITED STATES.
Subtopic:   IS, 1911 A RT1CLES.
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