AKAROA RAILWAY EXTENSION.
UTILISING LAKE COLERIDGE
Mr 0. W. Leefce, boo. secretary of tbe Akaroa Beilway League, recently wrote to the member for Ellesmere, tbe Hon. R Heaton Bbodes regarding tbe possibility of tbe Government ex tending tbe railway from Little River to Akaroa and utilising Lake Coleridge electrical power for a line ovor tbe bills. He bas received tbe following reply.— "Replying to your letter of the 16 b instant on the subject of a railway to Akaroa and tbe possibility of utilisiop Lake Coleridge electrical supply, I desire to say that 1 have again made representations on behalf of tbe rail way to tbe Minister of Public Works You will remember that when I approached him on this matter on b former occasion there was difficulty id obtaining a surveyor, and I fear ai the present time there will be stil greater difficulty, as quite a num bei , of surveyors have volunteered
for service at '.he front Howe I shall ba pleased to do what I c : "■' '•Hβ maf,t9;' I bad hopßd to visit Akaora before 'he opening of the session,, but owing So unforeseen work I shall not be nb!t to leave Wellington until Monday and rami be back in time for the opening >f Parliament on Thursday. I enclose a newspaper paragraph about the shortage of surveyors," ENCLOSURE. SPIRIT OF SERVICE;
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AKAROA RAILWAY EXTENSION., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3468, 25 June 1915
AKAROA RAILWAY EXTENSION. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3468, 25 June 1915
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