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r TOPBCEEDPTOE. .. J • r !!i !, Sms7-It Is riimiWredi and. With truth, B j -fliat tbs RfiJciaia an'd Mforfl ' T'orest Railway Gopjpany are determined to oarry out the Gitrasionof the line to Alford Forest and Mount Somers at once, and that the ~ necessary aurvey is all but completed. 1 ; think, Mr Editor, it is high time that tip Ashburton people woke up in earnest, aip agitated a littlemore, to compel theGovernmontto eoifippte the.Blount /Somers line ere' Ashburton has’tor play, second fiddle to Rakaia, which it will undoubtedly 00, lm«uw. first ftrashed.;; It; is/.tinp some result was felt from the late deputation's trip. . , Mr Blaij. seems to be a long time reaching Asnburtoh to inspect the deviation, and if he does not soon come, i he may as well stop a say altogether, jl hope this letter may be the means M. rousing up a little more wholesome agitation ere it is too late.—l am, &c., 1 Progress. r

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ASHBURTON AND MOUNT SOMERS RAILWAY., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 494, 17 November 1881

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ASHBURTON AND MOUNT SOMERS RAILWAY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 494, 17 November 1881

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