THE NEW TRAIN TIME-TABLE.
_ »' To THB EDITOR " GUARDIAN." Ddar Sir, In one the Information reipestios new train tlme-Üble, Mount Sorntw Branob, haa not teaohod the pnblio I bag toenoloie you a wire on the anbjeot which I received yeaterday. Toon faithfully. V.UU. M.y 1.1839 W-aW^»»---(Oopy Telearatn.) • To W. 0. Walxir M.H.B. Aihbartoo. Oommlestonern have oaref ally oomidered Moant Somara braooh aervloe. Paoiengori oan get three tlmea a week from Aihbarton by train, leaving at 11 ». m , for Ohrlstoharoh, corresponding with present 10.55 train. The bvanoh tralni they propose, ehonld start to Mount Someri from AahbartoQ, foar days a week at 4 pm., and the other two days at 7.3S p.m., ao that they may return eltbei by the express leaving Ohriatohuroh at U a.m. or by the afternoon train at 4.15 p.m. Regret Mr Maxwell did not know yon ware oomlng m, as be wonld have waited to see yon. Regret Oommieslonera ean< not see their way to alter departure; of expreia from 11 a,m.
E. G. Pitoheb, _ .„ Aotlag Seocatary, Wellington April 29, 1889.
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