It is residency No. 11, Oromocto to Tipper Gagetown. I know that other portions of that road will cost -much more than $28,000 a 'mile; I know that many miles have not cost anything like that amount. I know that the whole road from Woodstock north will not cost -more than $28,000 a -mile when finished. I knorw that the company has received $28,000 a mile from this Government and from the Legislature of New Brunswick in actual cash. I know that they owe the contractors $50,000 on that part of the road, and that it will take $50,000 more to finish it. I know that $100,000 is still unpaid on that twenty-six miles. I know that the Legislature of New Brunswick gave them money to pay that $100,000, which these people put in their pockets ox paid out for political purposes, or -for something just as bad. I know that certain sections of the road from Woodstock to Fredericton-my hon. friend from York, N.B. (Mr. McLeod) knows a good deal more about this than I do-have "cost probably more than $28,000 a mile. I can tell my hon. friend just where the hard spots are as I made it my business to travel over that road a good many times last summer, and I know a little about a piece of work when I see it. I can tell my hon. friend that there are dozens of miles that did not cost as much as the road from Fredericton south. I am very anxious to see the figures and reports of the engineers as to what the road cost from Fredericton to Woodstock, and I can tell my hon. friend-and he can tell it to his friends in New Brunswick-that it is no use trying to pad the engineer's statements because practically all the road was sublet, and we have the Estimates given the sub-contractors. We know what the sub-contractors got paid for, so that if the Estimates are padded a certain company which my hon. friend would not like to see badly injured will have the pleasure of paying out a good deal of money.