|Saturday, January 27, 1906||The Toronto Daily Star (Toronto)||Page 1, col. 3|
To fix price of piece of land in line of railway.
An arbitration is proceeding today between the James Bay Railway and the heirs to the estate of T. Bentley of Mt. Albert.
The railway runs through the east corner of lot 10, concession 7, of the Bentley property, using for tis purposes 4 1/4 acres, including a borrow pit. The railway company has offered about $350, while the estate thinks that about $850 should be the price. The land in question is wooded.
Jas. McCullough, Stoufville, and J. W. McCullough, Toronto, are acting for Mary Bentley, 193 First avenue, Toronto, for the estate. R. S. Waldie is appearing for the official guardian of Pansey Bentley, and Alex. H. Beaton is counsel for the railway company.
Judge Morgan is the sole arbitrator.
Stations: Mount Albert