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VISIT OF OUR MEMBER

WITH THE MINISTER OF

PUBLIC WORKS

On Tuesday, we received the following telegram from our Member, Hon. R. H. Rhrdea: —

"I purpose leaving Wellington on Saturday night to accompany the Hon. Mr. Fraser, Minister of Public Workg ffo Lake Coleridge on Monday, and to Akaroa on Tuesday next. The programme will be adhered to unless something unforeseen happens to delay the Minister of Public Works " This ia the first visib the Minister of Public Works has paid the Peninsula, and, in addition to extending a hearty welcome to Mr Fraser, residents should take this opportunity of laying their wants before the Miniate'! Wβ fear that it is too late to press Akaroa'a claims to have the new poat office built in brick; bub the matter of providing for a town clock can be brought up. Now that the new Akaroa School is about com pleted the question of obtaining per mission for the Akaroa High Scboi! Board to build a secondary depart ment can also be mentioned.

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VISIT OF OUR MEMBER, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4363, 9 January 1914

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VISIT OF OUR MEMBER Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4363, 9 January 1914

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