I Tlie Auckland Harbour Ronrd met IS.-'. ! committee yesterday afternoon. Present: t; The Hon. E. Mitchelson (chairman). Messrs. H. D. Heather. .1. R. Macfarlane, TV.. E. iHctchison, 11. M. Smeeton. J. 11. Gutison,/-' JV. Keyes. TV. J. 'Napier. 11. .1. Bradney, A. J. Entrican, and J. K. Kueen. ..- ' ; '.MSj;.' , -Railway Wharf.—lt was reported tlw» the A C C and D sheds on the railway • wharf had been taken over by the Board,':*-,,, the only shed remaining unfinished bein? ». ; The consideration of buffers for the whsn•-;■■: was deferred for a fortnight. '.. Using the Tug.—The sub-committee to «:..;._ port ou tug charges, and the use of in" j tug Te Awliina. reported that the dran'W ■ up of a by-law making It compulsory, " or ;'"? deep water vessels to employ the services of the tug boat bad been recora-..-, . mended. Mr. Bradney opposed the'MS''*'. gestiou. expressing the opinion that - 1 ' ,/ would be wrong to penalise deep water yes- ; sels in order to maintain the tug. The chair- . ■man said It -had been done In other places,' lint Mr. Bradney contendeil that with- «'" - jvjrt of such easy access as Auckland-™ .- same argument would not apply. Finaufr.--= the ni-.itter was referred "ack to the--co*.--.:• jmittec, to which the names of Mess"*-'■Bi-adnez and Mai»l«r "vers uds6&*
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