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A meeting in connection with tbo proposal to erect a public bull at Buvauohelle wa* held on Monday night. f The hon. secretary reported (bat 4he ladies bad made £18 183 by run nine the refreshment tent at the Peninsula Horso Show. Other ro *'oeipta amounted to £10 2s 3d. Two hundred and nineteen pounds worth of shares had been applied for, making & total of £242 15a 3d. A hearty vote of thanks to the ladies for their valuable assistance towards the building fund was received. On the recommendation of the golioitore, it was decided to regieter under the Companies Act with a capi tal of £250.

Five designs of a now building were received. That of Mr E. W. Bachelor, who undertook to ereat a mam hall 62 x 80, supporroom 20 x 12, and two dressing-rooms 11x8 for £890, being provisionally accepted. Moasrs Wilkins, Curry, Cairns, Barker and J- Pettigrew were appointed a committee to arrange details with Mr Bachelor. The chairman and seoretary were appointed to sign a truat account at the post office, there being about £50 in hand, ~ . The promoters of the hall proposal feel gratified with the liberal response to their appeal for funds, but bope to receive further financial assistance, as, apart from the coat of the hall, a eoneiderable amount will bo required for furnishing, etc

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DUVAUCHELLE NEW HALL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4357, 12 December 1913

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DUVAUCHELLE NEW HALL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4357, 12 December 1913

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