Frank Broadstreet Carvell
I must protest against this section. This raises the question that we have been discussing in New Brunswick for three or four years. We want this road built, and we want these bridges built. If section 5 goes through as now proposed, these bridges cannot be touched for a year. The province of New Brunswick is guaranteeing bonds to the extent of $7,000,000, paying it over to a lot of bright, shrewd Yankees in New York, who are using up what little^is necessary to build the road, and are putting the balance into their pockets, or paying it out for political purposes. That railway is of no use without these bridges; and, if section 5 goes through these bridges cannot be touched for a year,
because the legislature of New Brunswick will not meet until say March of next year.