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THE TRAIN ARRANGEMENTS.

. *. REPRESENT^ II ».■••* OF THE COUNTY 00! NOIL. 1 ( A meetlcg of the Committed appointed by the Oounty Oounoil tn oor aider the railway time-table tnd m ke represenUtlona to the Ootumlssi ners thereon, was held ycs'erday, whin the following reeolutlons were carried : — t That In the oplulon of this Oouooll the goo :1s and passenger treffij contributed to the railway by the dlatriot between the Aehburton and Kangitata entitles tha aettlera to aak toe 000 otopp ng p)»se i<r the express between tboso rivers, and the Wldblow stitlon io this Council's opinion la the point whfoh will bemoet oonvenleot I for the Urger number of Better. 2. That the dotentiun at Drc more of the 4?16 train from Ohrii ohoroh entails a most vexations delay of 15 to 25 mlnaten, and the Council beg to Impress upon the Oomm asioners the desirableness of rnnolng that train so as to reaoh Ashburton before the depart aro of the express from Ashbnrton. 3 That In the opinion of the Oounoil It Is desirable to have a through morning train from Tiraaru to Ohrlatoharoh dally, instead of three times a week as at preient, 4. That the detention of half »n honr at Ashburtoa of the 8 a.m. trala from Ohrlstaharoh onuses unnecessary delay m the delivery of malls sooth of Ashbarton and U vexations to the passengers. 5. That the train from Mount Somers to Ashbarton should start half an hoar liter than at present, owing to the large distances tho majority of the settlers who use it have to drive.

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THE TRAIN ARRANGEMENTS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2148, 11 June 1889

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THE TRAIN ARRANGEMENTS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2148, 11 June 1889

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