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Mr Rhodes at Temuka.

[per press association. Timabu, May 31. . ■ A. E. G. Rhodes, member for Gladstone, spoke at Temuka last night. He opposed going on with the Otago Central Railway and would postpone the North Island Trunk line, using the funds meantime for acquiring Native land, the proceeds of the re.-sale bo be restored to the Railway fund. He would discontinue the ocean mail subsidies, and adopt the 2|d rate, trusting to the ordinary steam lines. Hs said the colony must have an alteration in the railway management. A vote ef thanks to and confidence in him as their member was passed by the meeting-.

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Mr Rhodes at Temuka., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2438, 31 May 1890

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Mr Rhodes at Temuka. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2438, 31 May 1890

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