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THE HUTT ROAD.

LIABILITY FOR MAINTENANCE. (Per United Pbess Assocmtioh.l WELLINGTON, January 9. For a period of three weeks in October last the Railway Department took tally of the traffic on the Hutt road for the purpose of enabling the authorities to fix the proportion of the cost of construction and maintenance to be paid by the local bodies. During the three weeks the road was used wholly or partly 26,565 times by vehicles of all descriptions, equal to the use of the whole road by 12,364 vehicles, including motors., The result of the tally shows that the Wellington City Council should bear nearly one-half the cost.

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THE HUTT ROAD., Otago Daily Times, Issue 15658, 10 January 1913

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THE HUTT ROAD. Otago Daily Times, Issue 15658, 10 January 1913

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