CITY TRAMWAYS AND ECONOMY.
to 'rnr. r-piTop. j liaidlv npneil the. fa.i- with rvparu to th... | t'ar,Tid vml Civi'-hurn en- -cvi.-e. Tniion!,- p: one of the ~!.!•-;. >n tiie ('ity. am! paid tor many a cue It is ically the .oiiiieetip- Ijnl; lietwee:,. upjier Caversham ami mad and South Duneuir.. There are nnny people wimse liu-iness or plea-tii\- take, "ihem'irom one end to the other of the penny section op this route. Then- is ropspl.ra! j,. P,panes - done between upper Caver-ham aid South Dunedin. whi'e laree numbers oi people wop; in the one district and re-uie in the tithei. This ear caters for th- Hillside Work."h.iji.-. e.-pe-'ially in wet weatiiei. Nu'mbers, ue it In the morning, while every aft ernoon except Saturday the car i.-> delayed on its 4.33 p.m. trip to enable the Wotksiiops employees to catch it. while on Saturdays it is delayed until 11.i.) a :n. for th ■ same p:irpo-e, Ai:aiii, tin- car arts a- a workers' car. relieving both the over-the-inll and Si Clair .at. morning and evening, while it proves of '•reaf service to many at lunch time, be-.au-e it is essentially a fa-t car—--the "south expre-s ' it wa- nicknamed vcais a 'to. south llupedin p badly place.! in the m itier of a Iran; -rivi.ap hut the Caj-epi road Cr. vets ha :p service, to a neitaui •.-:;■ tent, 1<- s - n-11 s this incouvf niericc. its stopping-place at the corner of the Mam South road and David sheet ■■ fairly handy (■> tiie Cavf-rsham station, in fact, but ope stoppine; pla.e distant on the Main South road spvuy. P.nt. -ir, the i- in a rnea-inc to plur: e i-'i- lack of trafiic, en lip- rouie. Drieca;,'i"t depend ."'it trettin.; thi- car a f ail', Im.-s, l-'reqiK.utly, when lnc.-l- needed ■ e.^.. Saturday afterimons--- it ha- been taken "if. •a. hile tin important Dip t- cut out i-v-vy eveiiinL', ami the ca returns from porbtiry Corner. li, r\oc< -eal run on Suiida\s alth.TU'h .1 run not advoeatipe thisi. and ha-- if'-in J miderst atei. taken off v.iy ire.piently ■ui holidav.-. When 'he puhlic rlp.e.A.'r that ,i ear cannot be dej . ml.<l on to r\m whenever it is limed to um. the natural iesn.lt mii-t be. n jo-- to j the. sorvire. In this co'inectiou it wor.M j lie interestitig to know whether 'he j Order-ipCaiipeil ha- not. Prep overlooked .",'•)>' tune thi- car ha- been taken off its p.-nal rimmnp;. Ayrm:. tin. mapagetnciit i - in hi I- e pi the matiej of tdic tim. - I,'ihh-. Two iar,- leave tin- same tetmimis for the P'.,.t llllice ahbou-h by ditfe.ent route-, wiiliip one minute of each other, twice an hour, iweiy w. ek .lay r,n<] ni-rkt. One- of these is the tnrr,".ll' road car. j Woi se tbrm thi-: aithmnrh -aippo,c-d fo j have piiriiiiry ( '-araer alaait four mum',.time-, .-p-iv wee!; it ('"Hows alnm-t beh.illrl the Si. < hair car. son.-time- it. lias hecn iennw-n to wait for the St. Clair ear. while; -omeiime. I bare known if alrad. Now sir. it doe«i not require very mtteh pis est ijatioii to di-co-.. er win- the sec nd i-'-ctio-!- on hath mule- to Caver, ham are. not \rry well -iipp-u I(■ I. P the council will -eai-oh a iter i'aii-c. and u-.t etfect, the ''aririi! road-C'iivci -hapi ,ar ar\ ice will not loceXe it 'Path' ep'emc if -o mcht's i m-etiiiT: .a' tin- Di.nediu Citv Council. ! am. . ie.. \V. Wr.mTiT. Oitobe- ;p,
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CITY TRAMWAYS AND ECONOMY., Evening Star, Issue 15635, 28 October 1914