RAILWAY WORKS STOPPED.
J TO A ROXBURGH tAJ i A PBOTEST. .: \.i>'.
(Bj .Telegraph.—Press Atsoclttton.)
„-,---•- ? \ DUNEDIN, r . this dajr. ' , Sir,'Joseph.Mard, replying againstithe stoppage of the" construction' the, -Roxburgh;; railway, says the decisibii of the Government .was ai-r JtLftfter most '■ careful consideration' and the fullest deliberations: "In common honesty to the country,'**! h%\ saidi '*we cannot proceed with .the], fur--ther in the meantime until Parliament' •has'had an Opportunity of reviewing l the position." . ... ~,.,. I
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