THE CABLE RATES.
<■-- ;! May.27. The Postal' Conference 1 to-day deceived a cable from London, signed by Sir Arthur Blythe, Sir Saul Samuel, Sir Graham i rßerryj ; and-Sir Dillon Bell, strongly urging the acceptance of Sir John Perider's 'offer for the reduced cable tariff,/which.is,.made conditionally on the South Australian Government accepting 5d as the transit rate. The; AgeritsrGeneral. fvexpreSwU ihe opinion that ,the terms are the best obtainable, and urgetheir final acceptance, so that they may j^orrn the Telegraph Conference at'j^ang/f A^jmdtidn finally accepting .the; reduction carried, and thi^ inference clo#<i its sitting,, ■; " ; --, '":;;,-i ?■-,;.-: a* */■-" (Receiyed May,2Bi Noon.)j < , ■ , - -, r -: 4 , Los-pox, rMay.t 27. - The Agents^General have alfraiiged for the following Jreductions in the cable rates-r-Four shillings per word for messages sent by the,publiCtJL3s.W for those sent by Government; and Is 40d for'press messages. -~[\ I-I
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THE CABLE RATES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2436, 28 May 1890
THE CABLE RATES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2436, 28 May 1890
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