The Nanaimo Free Press [Tuesday, September 19, 1922] [article]

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more » ... TSIDERS London, Sept. l> (Canadian Press) -Up to the berlnnlng of August this year, foreign and colonial goTernment and municipal caplul Issues have toulled 1'---------mission s on Sum with Cumberland the request telog referred to the Park* and Pronertl** Committee for action. '^Blr. C. K. Mulholland, of the Cen-,1 Motors, wrote asking permlaslon Install a 250 gallon gasoline Unk ling, taking only Issues publicly of fered. Foreign countries accounted for 48.207.500 pqunds sterling while colonial secujltlea were createt ihe extent of 62,443.
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