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PUBLIC WORKS ESTIMATES.

PENINSULA GRANTS

The Public Work. Statement for tbe year 1918 14 entails a total vote of £2,830,500, of which £2,877,812 has baen already expended. The fol lowing are tha grants affecting oar district: —Germarj Bay wharf, subsidy (£ for £), £100 ; Akaroa boatslip, grant £50; Big Hill road, Mt. Her bert County Council (£ for £), £200 ; Le Bon's wharf road, £250; Little Akaloa to Okain'a Bay road (£ for £), £100; Pigeon Bay to Menzies* Bay road (£1 for £2), £500; Onawe road, £250; Kinioch roadg grant, 1 £100; Morice Settlement road and bridge (£ for £), £200; Akaroa po3t office, £2000 ; Little River post office. £900. There ia another item, German Bay wharf road (£ for £), £150, which 'must be in error for Robinson's Bay wharf road. Of. these grants the German Bay wharf grant of £100, and the Kinioch Settlement roads grant of £100 have been expended. This makes a total grant of £5100 on the Peninsula, but of this amount tbe Akaroa post office and Little River post office grants of £2900 have been on the Estimates for Beveral years, as well as several of the other grants.

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PUBLIC WORKS ESTIMATES., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4350, 25 November 1913

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PUBLIC WORKS ESTIMATES. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4350, 25 November 1913

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