[British Columbia? : s.n., 1918?]; 32 pages
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|Creator||Cotsworth, M. B. (Moses Bruine), 1859-1943|
|Title||Railway bungling (and worse) in British Columbia|
|Published||[British Columbia? : s.n., 1918?]|
Railroads and state--British Columbia
Chemins de fer--Colombie-Britannique--Finance
Chemins de fer--Politique gouvernementale--Colombie-Britannique
|Document source||University of British Columbia, Special Collections Division, Vancouver|
32 p. : map ; 23 cm.
Compiled at the time of the Meredith Commissions enquiries into Mackenzie and Mann's railway financial dealings in B.C., in connection with the Canadian Northern Pacific Railway. Charges Mackenzie and Mann with acquiring large sums of money for railway construction on Vancouver Island which was never done, and criticizes railway dealings of the McBride and Brewster administrations. It was intended to publish a complete pamphlet later.
Reference: Edwards & Lort, 1090.