Sessional Papers of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario Volume 36, No. 3

Sessional Papers of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario Volume 36, No. 3

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1904 edition. Excerpt: ...of two miles. The town line between Dymond and Harris was opened up by clearing half width, ditching one side and grading from the centre of the 3rd concession northerly two and a half miles, thence easterly two milestotal. four and a half miles. The Dawson Road from its eastern terminus was extended easterly by ditching and grading one mile. On Wabis Creek road three miles were ditched, graded and completed. A bridge was completed over the Wabis River on West Road. A bridge was built over Wabis River on the road between Dymond and Harley. A number of new bridges and culverts were built on the town line between Harley and Hilliard, and on the Long Lake road, aggregating over two thousand lineal feet. A serviceable road was cut out and graded from Tomstown nortlierlv along the town line between Evanturel and Ingram, and the east line (if Marter to the front of the 4th concession, a distance of six miles. A road has been opened up along the line between concessions 3 and 4. Armstrong and Beauchamp, from the centre of Armstrong to lot 3, Beauchamp, four miles. A road was opened up and bridged from the centre of Evanturel westerly along, the line between the 3rd and 4th concessions to lot 9, thence. diagonally across the 3rd concession to the front of the 3rd concession at the east boundary of Dack, thence westerly along the front of the 3rd concession to lot 10, Dack, thence northerly to Blanche River, 11 miles. A road was opened up half width from the Blanche River in Dack along the 5th concession to the west boundary, thence northerly to Savard, thence westerly to lot 6, six miles. A road was opened up on the line between concessions 1 and 2, Dymond, a distance of two miles. A number of contributions were made to aid settlers in opening more

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  • United States
  • English
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