THE ISLAND TRADE.
AUCKLAND INTERESTS CON-
]%',!:■':: :. " Auckland,■' March; r 12. "'A" large number of importers apd exporters, irvterested in tKe islf-r;cl ii'nde, waited upon Mr C. B'oldswovth. ra.a-na.rf-ing'director-of the Union Steam Ship. Company, urging that the original island service should be-reverted to. ov some other, provision made to r,nfoeuard Ar.ckl.incV.^commercial -interests: The matter. was'"thoroughly ■dißCiißs^d. and Mr Holdsworth intimp-tr^ .t 1"-J: J.b* nresent timetable 'wo"1'! "vn co;itimiefl for four or five months. If «.t +he eid of that time, it was fnnr\d thrt the iirrnngqments were acting dotrl--mentally upon the business i-^tovpsts of Auckland, tbo company wonicl he py"pared to again 'discuss the r^ttor w;t% a view to giving consideration to the suggestion that a small stonm<?]' bn commissioned specially for the island trade.
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THE ISLAND TRADE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8817, 13 March 1914
THE ISLAND TRADE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8817, 13 March 1914
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