St. Lambert is really a very rapidly increasing town. We have several factories there and the town is divided into five wards. It also contains public schools and convents. Quite lately we have had two banks established there and a Waterman fountain pen factory. The postal accommodation is so poor that these companies were really obliged to go to Montreal for postal accommodation. We have now an electric railway there and it has become a great railway centre. The town council by resolution unanimously recommended this site; and I may say that, so far as politics are concerned, the town council is opposed to me. It is a magnificent site on a public square opposite the Mr. PUGSLEY.
public school, and I have not found one citizen of the place who was opposed to its purchase.
Topic: SUPPLY.-THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY.
Subtopic: BUILDING PUBLIC WORKS.