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May Again Run Into The City

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Port Hurón, May 17.- ít is probable that the trains on the Detroit división of the Grand Trunk railway, which discontinued running to Court Btreet and North Port Hurón about a week ago, since then on] y coming; as f ar as the Tunnel depot, will again run into the city. The reason for this is that a lease existing between the Grand Trunk railway and Flint and Pere Marquette will not expire for some tiine. The Flint and Pere Marquette own that portion of the road between Court street and North Port Huron. over which the Gra,nd Trunk railway runs its trains, paying 15,000 per year rental for the privilege. As the lease will not expire for some time and the Flint and Pere Marquette refuse to relieve the Grand Trunk railway froin their obligations the latter will run its trains until the expiration of its contract:


Ann Arbor Argus
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