(To the Edijor.) Sir,-;-! noticed the letter of Mr Drummond in your issue of last night recommending that when the source of the power supply for an electric lighting power scheme is being investigated by the Nelson andoMarlborough Connells, that the Gowan River should not jbe overlooked. Although I am no authority on the matter I may say that whsp 1 visited the Gowan river some time ago I was greatly struck with the volume of water, its great speed, and the immense power going to waste, several gentlemen who were with me, Iffioughno;; experts, expressed the opinion, that it would be an ideal source of power for an electric installation. • It certainly should be inspected, i I am, etc., W. LOGIC.
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HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER., Nelson Evening Mail, Volume LIII, Issue 30, 5 February 1919
HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER. Nelson Evening Mail, Volume LIII, Issue 30, 5 February 1919
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