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ST. PETER'S PARISH ROOM.

OPENING CEREMONY LAST 1 EVENING. I Tbe opening of the new Anglican parish room took place last evening, when there was a good attendance of parishioners and their friends. Mr T. E. Taylor, church warden, »aye the financial position with re speot to the building. The building bad cost £485 2s and the building fse SI 103, made a total of £486 12s. The contractors had been paid £145 L7B 6d and the Borough Council £1 lOa out of the loan account, and the balance was received from a balance m the sale of the vicarage account, ?4 5a 5d and from the penny boxes fund md concert fund amounting to £84 L9s Id. Tbe furnishing account was dnanoed from the following sources : Girls' Friendly Sooiety, £24 8s 9d ; penny boxes, £88 153 sd; sale of work and concerts, £53 2s 6d ; and Aarochial Association, £1? 18s 4d, making a total of £188 15s. Messrs EUyloek and Newton had been paid M3i 19a Id, Mr T. Lewitt £88 18s 6d, Bristol liano Go. £26 ss, and Messrs T E Taylor & Co £2 11s sd, totalling .297 14s. Accounts were stjll outstanding for furniture unaupplied and sundries to the approximate amount of £22, which will (save a credit balance in hand of 614 Tba pajno was purchased from the Bristol Piano Co,, who kindly prea stool with it, A deposit of .£26 5s was paid and the balance is to be paid by 86 monthly instalments of [a guinea each.

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ST. PETER'S PARISH ROOM., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3527, 3 March 1916

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ST. PETER'S PARISH ROOM. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3527, 3 March 1916

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