ST. PETER'S CHURCH, AKAROA.
loan fob; parish boom.
A general meeting of the parishioners of the Parish of Akaroa was held at St. Peter a Chu*oh, Akaroe, on Thursday last, to com aider the raising of a loan of £200 in addi. tion to the one already sanctioned by the pariehionets for the purpose of building a parißh-TOom onj the property near the new vicarage with rent and interest repayment. There was ' a large attendance, the Vicar (Re?. A. H. Julius) in the chair. Mr T. E. Taylor (ohurohwarden) laid the position before the meeting. Hβ said the gate of the vicarage had realised £1526 10s j lid and, after building the new vicarage, costing £1462, they had a credit of £9? on this aecoant. The liabilities to be met wen £350 for parish-room, £50 for furnishing, £78 rent old vicarage With the previous loan of £200, and the other they proposed raising, it was estimated they would be able to build the parishiroom and pay off their "S discussion, Mr Taylor movod-Tbat the Church Property Trustees be asked to grant this pariah a loan of £400 for the Jurpoees of building a parish room, urnishfag same, repayment of rent and interest, he repayment of this loan to be mado by Sending the period ol the present loan from the Oharch Property Trustee-.. - The motion was seconded by Mr Leete and Cft Th e d pre 9 ent loan is £1200, ana has been repaid to the extent of £160, bo that the principal Ml will be £1040 .and a dded to the new loan the Church liability will to It wae proposed to continue the paymeni of £100 a year for the redemption of tnu Mm, which would be disposed of in 23 years
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ST. PETER'S CHURCH, AKAROA., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3451, 10 November 1914
ST. PETER'S CHURCH, AKAROA. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3451, 10 November 1914
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