The division, the result of which we published in the
larger part of our impression of Saturday, showed 318 votes for the Govern- ment to 313 against, tellers of course not counted. One Conser- vative, Mr. R. J. Harvey, the member for Thetford, voted with the Government. Thirty-four Liberals voted for the amendment. Mr. Roebuck paired for the Government against Mr. Treherne. Six Liberals and three Conservatives were absent,—two of the latter necessarily, and eleven seats were vacant. These, with the Speaker, make up the 658 members of the Lower House.