AWUWA. (UIANT. Thk county chairman is in receipt of a communication from the Go\ eminent advising him that they have decided to act upon his lecommeKdation in lefeience to the fxpenditnie of the monies auciuing fiom the s.ile of deferred payment lands in the Awaioa sur\ey district in putting in oidcr the punt at Chuichill and the appioaches theieto.
OrOTURU BTUDOE. A letter has also been leeched by the same person intimating that the Minister for Public Works has decided not to nndei take the erection of a bridge over the Opoturn Cieek on the Karioi load, as the Government intend to incur no fvn ther liabilities for load works, beyond tho?e ah eady promised, except under the pro- \ isions of the Roads and Bridges Con-stiiu-t'oi! AcL,
I! \> L,W t n iW HAS. P'>U> This t u.i ) is now hmshed foi m-vpii miles horn l'c Mdta. Before it can however be used for traffic, it will be necessary to erect the bridge over the Pakoka Cieek. T'ris is a tidal creek of some size, <uid can only at present be crossed by canoes. It is understood, however, that tenders will shortly be in\ ited by the Survey Department for its erection. No opposition appears now to be offeied by the Maoris to the construction of this road, although they persist in asserting that the matter of the makins of roads by the Government through their laud without first having obtained their consent, will not be permitted to continue when the subject has been represented to her Majesty the Queen by Tnwhiao. All the natives both her and in Kawhia manifest considerable anxiety, to him of his anival in Englani and how his mission pi ogresses, but have as yet been giatih'ed with no intelligence relating thereto.
TE ROBE BRIDGE. The Government have informed the County Council, in answer to an inquiry on the subject, that as soon as the fine weather sets in, they will proceed to have the Te Rore bridge painted and tightened.
CHEESE AND BAOOX FACTORY. A movement is about to be" started, with the object of having a cheese fae tory established somewhere in this district. It is high time that something was down to improve the opportunities which the farmeia here have of eariiiug a livelihood. Being but a pastoral district, there should be a good chance for the starting of such an industry, and it is to be hoped that the residents will for ; once, in fuse some energy into the agitation, and not allow it to die a natural" I death like many of its predecessors, through their listlesaness and want of force. — (Own Correspondent.) **
Messrs W. J. Hunter and Co. will sell at the Qhaupo ,Ya>d^" on Tuesday, July 1, choice j'earliiifTsteers/store cows,' choice young bull, fat cattle, dairy cows, mixed store cattle, fat sheep, -horses, Sees' On Saturday next they will sell at Gambri'dgd lOttf fat evtas from Napier. On July 18th they will sell at OJuupo XSOO cross bred, owes
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RAGLAN., Waikato Times, Volume XXII, Issue 1867, 24 June 1884
RAGLAN. Waikato Times, Volume XXII, Issue 1867, 24 June 1884
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