Friday, March 7, 1930 The Globe (Toronto) Page 19, col. 7

Canadian National Railways

For sale

Warehouse with good shipping facilities and industrial sites

Parcel no. 1—Known as 1364 Bloor Street West.

One-story brick warehouse with basement and freight elevator, approximately 25 feet by 114 feet on lot of same size on the north side of Bloor Street at the Canadian National Subway.

This warehouse is adjacent to a siding which may be used under the Standard Siding Agreement.

Parcel no. 2

That large block of vacant land adjoining and extending easterly from the above described property, having a frontage on Bloor Street of 217'6" with a depth to a public lane of 120 feet.

Parties interested in tendering for the purchase of these two parcels may obtain full particulars as to date for possession and any other information required at the office of the undersigned, to whom all tenders should be addressed, at Room 1460, Canadian National Express Building, Toronto, Ont. Tenders must be marked on the outside "Tender for Bloor Street Property" and will be received by registered mail until 12 o'clock noon, Eastern Standard Time, on March 24, 1930.

Each tender shall be accompanied by an accepted cheque drawn on a chartered bank, payable to the order of Canadian National Railway Company, for an amount equal to 10% of the offer submitted. Cheques will be returned to unsuccessful bidders without interest, or in the event of the acceptance of any bid will be retained as part of the purchase price; balance of the purchase price will be payable in cash or on terms not less than 30% cash and the balance payable on terms to be agreed upon. The terms offered will be considered in the acceptance or rejection of any tender. Tenders submitted should allow not less than thirty days for acceptance or rejection by the Vendor.

The highest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted.

H. A. Palmer,
Right of Way Agent.

Toronto, March 5th, 1930.

Railways: C.N.Rys.