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The oontraots to be let shortly by tho Midland Railway Company extend from Abaura to Reefton, a distance of twenty.six miles. This length will probably be divide.^ into four contracts, the formation and laying of permanent way. being let separately 'or together, according to 'the manner of tender* ing. The manner of letting the contracts for; the larger bridges has not yet been deter* mined by the Oliief Engiueer. The oontraot for the Springfield length will be let about thft same time as Raef ton oontraota. The manbfg of letting' ih»V haß notjlyet jbeta . 4faj%23

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2232, 21 September 1889

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