Daily Whig and Courier
Bangor, Maine Friday Morning, October 15, 1886
The contract for buildings for the Foundry
& Machine shop at Carbou, has been
awarded to G.F. Ellingwood and Co. The
location is on the north bank of the Caribou
stream, west of Collin's old saw mill,
about a third of a mile from the village.
The main building is to be 35X80 feet, with
a wing, about 30x40 feet. The buildings
are to be erected by a joint stock company
composed of citizens of Caribou. Work
will be commenced immediately as the
buildings are to be ready for occupancy by
the middle of November.
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