|Thursday, July 31, 1851||The Globe (Toronto)||Page 3, col. 7|
Ontario, Simcoe & Huron Union Railroad!
Sealed proposals will be received at the Office of the Subscribers, in the City of Toronto, Canada West, until the 6th day of September 1851, for the grubbing, clearing, grading, masonry, bridging, and all other work necessary to prepare the Ontario, Simcoe and Huron Railroad, for the superstructure from Toronto to Barrie, a distance of about sixty-four miles.
Plans and specifications of the Work can be seen, and all necessary information obtained, at the said Office ten days prior to the day of letting.
The undersigned reserve the right to accept such offers as may be deemed most to their advantage.
M.C. Story & Co.
Office, Church Street, Toronto,
July 31st, 1851
Appears through September 4, 1851.
Railways: O.S. & H.U.Rd.