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People from the past We also came across some interesting people from the past. Not only did women get the right to vote, but women were also eligible to sit on many councils and boards although women were not eligible to become members of Parliament until 1919!
For example, the Superintendents of Canterbury. At the head of the Council was the position of Superintendent.
These four gentlemen held different opinions on the best way to govern and what ought to be prioritised, and not unlike the government today, their opinions sometimes conflicted.
In 1869 Alfred Charles Barker, a prominent Christchurch photographer, took two photos of two of the Superintendents of Canterbury, Rolleston and Fitzgerald, which highlighted and made fun of this fact.
Image: Barker, 1869 b. The two men exchanged impassioned words before members began to storm out of the session without a quorum being met Figure 3. This decision not sure that your family planning and 3, although uncommon, cemetery has contracted more.
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The co-op is filing resource consent applications with the Selwyn District Council and Environment Canterbury.
Rural News understands Taylor met Darfield residents last month to sound out expansion plans.
Of the 93 submissions, 29 were in support, four were neutral and 60 were in opposition. There were 88 submissions on the Environment Canterbury resource consent applications with one neutral, 23 in support and 64 in opposition.
The council approved the project, hoping it would bring jobs and a housing boom to the region. With the new Darfield milkpowder plant able to process 7.
Milk from Ashburton region going to Clandeboye could be processed by Darfield. Milk from Waitaki and surrounding areas could end up at Clande- boye instead of Edendale.
On plans for the North Island, Taylor says a slower growth in milk production means there is no immediate plan for a new plant. Instead, the co-op is improving production capacity at existing plants.