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LATE COLERIDGE POWER.

VISIT OF MR L BIRKS.

Mr L. Birka, the Government electrical expert, in charge of the Lake Coleridge electrical scheme, will visit Akaroa on Thursday, arriving by the ordinary mail car. He will deliver a lecture in the Oddfellows' Hall in the evening to the residents of Akaroa, illustrating the uses of electricity by lantern slides and giving a detailed explanation of the Coleridge scheme. Mr Birka will consult the Akaroa delegates appointed to meet him on Thursday afternoon, and on Friday afternoon he will meet the Akaroa County delegates at Duvauchelle. He will also meet the Wairewa County delegates during bis visit to the Peninsula*

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LATE COLERIDGE POWER., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3474, 13 July 1915

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LATE COLERIDGE POWER. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3474, 13 July 1915

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