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SOMETHING WRONG WITH THE WEIGH-BRIDGES.

At the meeting of the Caverßham Council on Friday evening the Mayor reported that, as it had been rumored that the weigh' bridge was incorrect, he had requested the inspector of weights and measures to test it, and the bridge answered the test satisfactorily. Subsequently the Mayor caused a load of coals to be weighed over the different weighbridges, with the following result : ton owt qr lb Weigh-bridge at RMlwiy Station ..1 0 3 0 „ Princes street south 10 2 0 Stuirt street ..1 0 0 0 „ „ Caverehim ~ ..1 0 014 The Council (His Worship added had evidently got one of the beat weigh-brjdgeH in the colony; and, as the machine' printed the weights on each ticket, it was impossible foT miatak«a to o'dcur,

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SOMETHING WRONG WITH THE WEIGH-BRIDGES., Issue 7923, 3 June 1889

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SOMETHING WRONG WITH THE WEIGH-BRIDGES. Issue 7923, 3 June 1889

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