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The most influential was the "Snow scheme", promoted by Francis H.

Competition from private buses, the MTT's own bus fleet and the growth of private car ownership all took patrons from the tram network.The scheme involved the purchase of major horse tramways, merging into an electric tramway company with twenty-one years of exclusive running rights.Legislation was passed in 1901, a referendum held in 1902, but the required funds had been spent and the scheme collapsed.Adelaide's council proposed their own scheme backed by different companies, but couldn't raise the required capital, and J. Packard promoted various plans of his own devising that also never eventuated.By 1901 Adelaide's horse trams were seen by the public as a blot on the city's image.

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