Mr. THOMAS CHISHOLM (East Huron).
I just wish to say that the company could raise all the money it requires to extend its lines if it would sell all its land in the Northwest at a reasonable price. The land has been culled over until a great deal of it is of inferior quality, and the company is asking in some cases as much as $25 an acre for it. It is asking prices which the settlers cannot give, and in this way the company is retarding the progress of the Mr. SPROULE.
country. Let the company sell the land at a reasonable price, and it can get all the millions that it requires to build all the branch lines needed in that western country.
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