FREE RAILWAY TRAVELLING.
TO THE EDITOR. Sis,—ln reference to the meeting to be held in the Council Chambers, West Harbor, by the consent of His Worship the Mayor, f°i the purpose of considering the general principle involved in the proposal recently made by some of the residents—viz., to have a rate levied on real property in the borough for the purpose of enabling the Borongh Council to arrange with the Government for free railway travelling to and from Dunedin and within the borongh—l beg to state the meeting now advertised is called for the purpose of discussing the equity of the proposal. ' Myself and others ore aware of certain difficulties in the way of its being adopted, and these can be considered if the above-mentioned and most important feature of the proposal is decided in the affirmative. —I am, etc.,
One of the Promoters. West Harbor, September 11.
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FREE RAILWAY TRAVELLING., Evening Star, Issue 8009, 11 September 1889
FREE RAILWAY TRAVELLING. Evening Star, Issue 8009, 11 September 1889
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