Wines traffic on railways : return to an order of the Legislative Assembly dated 31st October 1878 : a return showing the amounts paid as compensation for the loss of colonial wine carried over the Victorian Railways, giving the names of the parties forwarding the said wines and to whom the amounts in question have been paid
|Corporate Author:||Victorian Railways|
|Other Authors:||Barter, Henry M.|
Melbourne : John Ferres, Government Printer, 1878
|Parliamentary Paper Number:||
Parliamentary paper (Victoria. Parliament) ;
1878, no. C 16
GP V 1878 no. C 16
"Ordered by the Legislative Assembly to be printed, 6th December 1878"
"H. M. Barter, For Acting Traffic Manager"
Persons compensated: C. Brache, E. Greer and Co., J. T. Fallon, F. Lamb, L. L. Lewis and E. Schemmel
 leaf ; 35 cm.
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