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ABATTOIRS.

ANOTHER STEP FORWARD

A SITE SELECTED

Last evening at the meeting of the Ashburton Borough Council, the Mayor brought up the matter of the abattoirs site. They had, he said, a suitable site for abattoirs near the town, and he wished <to ascertain if the Health Officer would allow them to build abattoirs there. There was no hurry, but he wished to obtafti permission from Dr. Finch to construct abattoirs on the reserves near the riverbed,, now in the possession of Messrs Spring and Flet-* cher Bros.

Cr. Hefford said he thought the abattoir should be near the railway line and near a good water supply. The Mayor said the matter of the disposal of offal could b© dealt with later.

It was agreed to ask the Public Health Officer to inspect the proposed site. .-. ;■ .■•■■■'■'.

Or. Ferriman'■;asked if it would be advisable to have one of the butchers work with the Abattoir Committee, and the Mayor replied that he did not think' so. ( , The discussion then ceased.

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ABATTOIRS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8808, 3 March 1914

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ABATTOIRS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8808, 3 March 1914

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