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RAILWAY RECEIPTS

Ft the year ending fi^aroh Slut the recoipt3 »t the prinolpal catlway stations In tbe o'lkny we-n j— Auckland, coaohlrg £14,845, goods £16,489 ; Nape-, £11,665; WalllngtoD, £22,o62 ; Lytteiton, cotohlng £6289, goods £50,793. wharves £3626 ; Chrlutohu oh. pan™ a- m £30,028, pM\n!« £4497, goods £20.969, outlier £2099; Asbbntton. £17 179 : Tiia-ru, coach g £9741, g.oia £11,940, wharf £2048; Oamaiu, ooaohJng £ i 1,0 5, o H n £10,fi28; Djnodln, paaaenp-rB £3)242., paroel£sl43 goodn £34,134; i' voroarg 1 , ooachlng £!2 good- £18 934. It will thai be seen that the rocotpia re arood fcr Lvtt3lt,on aad Ohcls churoh oombined ac £117 601, omi;tln;> ahlill ga »ud pmoo. The total reoelptg for fcbe Uuranul Bluff geofclon were £617,504. Tau? the port and capital of Otutet-bary oontrlbattd a fif h past of the total income. Tne other O.i?itetbary a'atlooi whona total receipts were over £4000 m <ha asmi period were — Adilogton, £5351 ; Belfsßt, £5139 ; KUapoi, £7243 ; Kanglo>», £4912 : Webad, £1105 ; Q ilvet4eo. £4000 ; LUt e £902?,

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RAILWAY RECEIPTS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2186, 30 July 1889

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RAILWAY RECEIPTS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2186, 30 July 1889

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