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President of the Old Colony Trust Company Was on Hand.
PRICE PAID ATLANTANS WAS $1,250,000 CASH There Will Be More Clamor, Strife Nor Competition, States Mr. Hurt--Says He Is Glad To Get Out of It. ATLANTANS HOLDINGS BROUGHT THEM $1,250,000 "What will be the relations of the two railway companies and the Georgia Electric Light Company?" NO FRANCHISE FIGHTS AND NO COMPETITION "It is premature." DETAILS OF GREAT DEAL EFFECTED AT BALTIMORE SMILING, MR. HURT ADMITTED THE DEAL JOEL HURT SURMISES COMPETITION WILL CEASE PREFERRED A GOOD PRICE TO CITY'S INTERFERENCE NO CONSOLIDATION PLAN REGARDED AS POSSIBLE
Harris, Evelyn - The Atlanta Constitution (1881-1945) - Atlanta, Ga.
Date: Sep 25, 1901
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(Special)As a result of the deal which has been on foot for the past few days the Atlanlta interest in the Atlanta Railway and Power Company was today transferred to a synidicate represented by the Old Colony Trust

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