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CARRIAGE OF DAIRY PRODUCE

! « ..-:■■:,■:' (Pbb Pjrkbs Association.) iKVEROARaiLLi November 20. Mr Hannay, Assistant Manager of the New Z?a)and Rail ways, met a deputation of d*iry factory representatives, who arged a redaction of the tariff on dairy produce, atatlng that If It were done the railway would get the trade Instead of the ooaßtal steamers as at present, ■■ It was pointed oo?, th it the Departmanfc no n carried goods from Port Chalmers to laveratrgill for 17s 6d per ton. and the deputation thought thgre was no reason why the same rate did not rale b^th ways. Mr Hannay, who came down, m fulfilment of a promise made by the Premier, will report to the Cabinet on the subject.

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CARRIAGE OF DAIRY PRODUCE, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1993, 21 November 1888

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CARRIAGE OF DAIRY PRODUCE Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1993, 21 November 1888

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