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LAKE COLERIDGE ELECTRICITY.

THE PENINSULA SUPPLY.

Last week Mr Temp in electric expert, visited Pigeon Bay, and went into the proposal to supply L'lke Coleridge current, to the Peninsula wilh Messrs Arthur Goodwin and E Hny. Mr Goodwin writes us the result of Mr Templin'a visit which is as follows: —

•'lnstead of canvassing the whole Penins sula to fee what support would offer itself, we. came to the conclusion that it would be better, quicker and cheaper to tnke this bay as a sample, and see what oould be done be fore going further Therefore we (Mr Hay and myself) are drawing out a plnn of tbe bay, and placing thereon .after canvassing) all the conumers and their requirments, and also the di-tance of each from the main road. We have the co=t of everything ready for use to place before the residents. When completed the plan, with all information, will be forwarded to Mr Templin. He, then, will be in tho position to work out whether it would be possible to supply this bay at tha pnoes quoted in the ••Mail," tho line of "course roming from Duvauchelle If it can be proved to be a success here, we kaow it would be at Little River and suota would have much influence on the other bays."

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LAKE COLERIDGE ELECTRICITY., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3503, 10 December 1915

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LAKE COLERIDGE ELECTRICITY. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3503, 10 December 1915

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