1. Referring to a letter of the 18th August, 1909, from the Auditor General to the Secretary of the National Transcontinental Railway Commission, in which he calls the attention of the commission to 581 yards (cubic) of excavation returned and paid for at $10 per cubic yard, and other quantities at the same price, and asks for an explanation as to why the price should exceed $2.50 per cubic vard. Has this letter been answered? If so, when?
2. What caused the delay.
3. In any case, what is the explanation?
Subtopic: GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC RAILWAY.