MILFORD ROAD SURVEY
(By Telegraph—Press Association.) CHRISTCHURCH, April 20. _ A preliminary survey of tho mountain country through which tho Milford Sound road will have to pass has been completed, and the report is now being prepared. The Postmaster-General (the Hon. AHamilton) stated that the engineer, in charge of the survey had returned to Invoreargill and was prepariug tho-re-port, which would . probably be presented to the Government shortly. Then the continuation, of tho road would be considered. Ho did not know what the Public Works Department . was likoly to recommend, but ho thought it .would be a tunnel through tho Homer Saddle.
For making a false statement to obtain work under tho Unemployment Aft, Horace Clarence Barker was convicted by Mr. E. Page, S.M. in the Magistrate's Court yesterday afternoon, and ordered to come up for sentence if called upon within■ 12 months. Woods' Great: Peppermint' Cure for coughs and colds, never fails.—Advt.'
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MILFORD ROAD SURVEY, Evening Post, Volume CXVII, Issue 94, 21 April 1934
MILFORD ROAD SURVEY Evening Post, Volume CXVII, Issue 94, 21 April 1934
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