§ SIR WILFRID LAWSON
asked the Under Secretary of State for the Colonies, why, considering that molasses were now largely used for the feeding of cattle, it was included as sugar in the definition clause of the Sugar Convention Bill?
§ *BARON H. DE WORMS
In answer to to the hon. Baronet, I have to say that as bounties are given on molasses as well as upon raw and refined sugar and glucose, it was necessarily included in the Convention, the object of which is the total abolition of such bounties.