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TAI TAPU ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION.

INSPECTION BY PENINSULA REPRESENTATIVES.

Twenty-six Peninsula representatives paid a visit of inspection yesterday to the newly opened Lake Coleridge installs'ion at Tai Tapu. Mr A. Goodwin arranged the trip on behalf of the Akaroa County Council, and Meß.rs oodwin, E. and J C Hay, L. Wright, H. W. Piper, C. E Kay. and C. B. Thacker. with one of Mr Pilk.ngton'a cars conveyed the party tbere and baok. Tbe party were entertained by the Tai Tapu Dairy Company at lunoh, and were shown over the factory where the sub.station is situated, and the residences of Messrs Perry, man, Robt. Mc artney and R. Morten where all lights, motors and appliances are in use. Mr Parry, tbe Dominion electrical expert, and Mr Birks were present,, and the Tai Tapu system was thoroughly explained. Mr Parry mentioned the possibility of electrifying the railway to Akaroa, The party arrived baok to the Peninsula after a wet run through the rain. The practical demonstration should do much to stimulate the Peninsula .emand for Coleridge current, and the Tai Tapu price- are apparently most reason ° able throughout

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TAI TAPU ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3503, 9 November 1915

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TAI TAPU ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3503, 9 November 1915

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