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THE MIDLAND RAILWAY

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Gebymouth, April 1. It was ratnored about town to-day that (nstrnollono had been received to disooctlcua farther operations on the Slldlaad railway. The faotß are tHat the oontraotora' representative here h»a reoeived a cable message Instructing him to get rid of all his staff for the present. This has been done, all the surveyors and others who had be-n on half pay for three months past bains? dispensed with. The Midland Railway Company's servants, on the oon« trary, have reoeived no word of any change or any lv oont.tmpiation. Toey kuow no reason for the action of toe contractors.

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THE MIDLAND RAILWAY, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2100, 2 April 1889

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THE MIDLAND RAILWAY Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2100, 2 April 1889

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