SERVICES IN WAIKATO applications for licences [fboji oub own correspondent] HAMILTON, Thursday A meeting of the No. 3 Licensing Authority was concluded in Hamilton today. Mr. E. L. Walton presided. A licence for a continuous motor service between Hamilton and Rotorua was sought by Newby's Motors, Limited, Hamilton. The application was opposed by K Motors and Sparks Motors, Rotorua, and the Railway Board. Mr. King said the object of the applicants was to complete the White Star service, for which they were agents, from Auckland to Gisborne and Napier. The authority granted the application, the licence to cover one trip each way by one vehicle. Permission to conduct a service between Kihikihi and Te Awamutu, and between Te Awamutu and Hamilton, was granted to Lewis Hodgson in lieu of the service being conducted by James Watson, who was given leave to withdraw. On behalf of the Railway Board, Mr. G. T. Wilson opposed the application respecting the service between Te Awamutu and Hamilton, and contended that it was unnecessary ~in view of the railway service that existed. The chairman said the authority regarded the application as a transfer from Watson to Hodgson. The application of Buses, Limited, for a seasonal licence to run on Sundays from Hamilton to Raglan was granted. A seasonal licence to run between Matamata and Okauia Springs was granted to R. S. Beamish, of Matamata.
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MOTOR TRANSPORT, New Zealand Herald, Volume LXIX, Issue 21337, 11 November 1932
MOTOR TRANSPORT New Zealand Herald, Volume LXIX, Issue 21337, 11 November 1932
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