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GREY-LYNN TRAM SERVICE.

The result of the conference between Committee, of the Grey Lynn Council *-1 the manager of Ihe Tramway Coni■SbT WS reported at the meeting of the formal last evening as follows:— Sential Company Jnot at the present time definitely nsider the question of residential tiek-'salf-penny Section—The Company iffl not consider this question. Tickets.—Mo concession will le oranted so far as the new extension Great Korth-road.—The Compmy Will extend the last loop to the nt terminus. Car Service.—The service will ! je..practically the same as at the preat the side of the street instead f gJe centre.— The Company have arranged to have all poles planted at the gfle of the street. The Mayor ('Mr. G. Sayers) said the Tsoorfc pretty well explained the position of affairs. There would be no halffares on the Richmond extension. JKTcommittee tried very hard to get flat reduced, hut the Company would not agree to do so. The committee had, however., reason to believe that residential tickets would be granted. Workers" tickets they were prepared to waive, ii on ]T residential tickets were granted. Mr. G. J- Garland said they had a ion" discussion regarding the duplication f the line, but all they could get was «,e statement that the loop would be continued from the corner to the terminus. ~ 3Jr. W- J- Holdsworth said every line fcnt Grey Lynn had residential tickets, M i he thought the Council should take grin stand in this matter, and demand concession. They should claim a confession not only to Richmond, but to tie Arch Hill corner. 3l r . Murray said every car would run to the new terminus. He was inclined to oppose the granting of the right to the Company to lay the extension to Richmond, "unless residential tickets jrere granted. Jhe report was then adopted. The following article appeared in part ef oor edition yesterday: —

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GREY-LYNN TRAM SERVICE. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 93, 20 April 1909

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