Mr. J. T. SCHELL.
And completing the triangle from Port Burwell to Aylmer is thirteen miles and from Aylmer to London through Belmont would make up the distance, 35 miles. It cannot be a competing road with the other, but would make a lot
of traffic tributary to London, besides giving the people of Port Burwell another outlet. If people wish to put money into a thing of this kind, if they come from the United States or England and put their money in and develop business, surely we should not object to that. It is enterprise such as this that has built London and all the other towns of this country.
Topic: RAILWAY SUBSIDIES.