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As soon as salt formed in a lewaya, I had to arrange, through the Salt
Superintendent and the Chief Headmen, for its collection. The collectors had to
be recruited from the villages and they often had to come considerable distances.
After collection I had to arrange for the transport of the salt from the lewaya to the
Government salt stores at Hambantota or Kirinda. After tenders had been called
for, this was done on contract at so much per ton by contractors in Hambantota ...
The salt was bagged and weighed at the lewaya and the weight of salt marked
on the outside of each bag just before transportation. They were weighed again
on receipt at the store and the weights recorded. Between receipt at the store and
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