March 10, 1902 (9th Parliament, 2nd Session)

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The POSTMASTER GENERAL (Hou. Wm. Muloek).

Where it can be so arranged, it is found more satisfactory to have the railway companies undertake and be responsible for the efficient and prompt transfer of the mails from one train to another at railway points, and this course is being pursued at Allandale, the Grand Trunk being paid at the rate of four hundred dollars a year for the service. The work in question is done under the direction of the Post Office Department.

Topic:   ST. CATHARINE'S WATER SUPPLY.
Subtopic:   TRANSFER OF MAILS, ALLANDALE STATION.
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