Mr. GEO. GORDON.
It is well known that Georgian Bay district practically fixes the price for lumber, and those well posted know that mill run hemlock sold for $14 per 1,000 f.o.b. and that lumber from 16 feet to 18 feet was worth a dollar more, and over 18 feet, two dollars more. To these you would have to add the freight and the dealer's profit, so that the prices would be reasonable.
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