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Ci«. liewiti at Wednesday wm, ling's raeetiߣ of the Akaroa Borough Coal, tail referred to a leader we published in last issue as a Mma3s of inaocuraciea." UnforJa '.nately, ho \ dM :not support hfa accusation bj ? detailing I these " inaoouraoiea " with wbioi * c nave gu!le»l our innooent readers, and ws ourselves fail to detoot where we have on cd. Wa mighi poinJ out that it haß been oai " earnest endeavour :to Bupport those who are investigating the possibilities of the 0> bridge electrical ea pply for the Peninsula, aa we think that it a introduction to the Fen, 'nsuia. provided it is cheap enough, will be - t » very great benefit to all. In our article we , *& w ' sated that the Council should secure, additional plant to tide them over the inte ,val until Lake C oleridge power reaohed Akai so that the Cβ mnoil could deal with the apj ,lioutions made to them for current, aa it is certain the p resent plant cannot deal wit, h the demabd 14' at will be made on the present plant duriag the coming cummer. Wo quoted Me Bij ks , suggestions to the Council j md we aie gi a j tbatltoe Ligbtiog Committeo I i

have taken action in the matter and are providing for the summer months as sug gested in our article. Wβ are at all time b open to correction, and the ohairman of the Lighting Committee has a very simple method of putting us in the right by pointing out our " mass of inaoouracies." As we have endeavoured to put the oase in the clearest manner possible, a little more light on the subject would be welcomed by U3.

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UNKNOWN, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3479, 30 July 1915

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UNKNOWN Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3479, 30 July 1915

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