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OPENING UP THE SUTHERLAND FALLS

(PBR PRBBS AS'SOOIATION.) Dunedin, November 22. During his visit to Dunedin, Mr MoKerrow Chief SUrveypr;»r v rftugad what Is to bb done this seaton to opaa up the route to the Sotherlaod Falls. A boat ii to be placed on Lake Ada, and the traok from tele sound to the lake improved, and on the other side, between the lake, and the falls, a tiink is to be blasted rouod a i rooky bloff, which Impedes it. The overland traok of aicKlnnon is also to bo im proved, and by utxt summer It is expeoted \hat it will be available for ladies.

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OPENING UP THE SUTHERLAND FALLS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1995, 23 November 1888

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OPENING UP THE SUTHERLAND FALLS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1995, 23 November 1888

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