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LAKE COLERIDGE CURRENT.

THE AKAROA COUNTY

SUPPLY.

The Akaroa County Counc :

has not yet received a reply from 1 the Public Works Department and Mr Parry, the Government electrical expert in regard to the

supply o[ Lake Coleridge current

for the Akaroa County. It is expected the reply will be to hand

on Saturday next when the Council meet for their monthly meeting. If the reply is favourable Mr Templin will be asked to attend the Council meeting and straight away proceed with the obtaining- of the cost of reticulation throughout the Akaroa County.

WAIREWA COUNTY SUPPLY,

The canvass for the supply of current in the Wairewa County is now almost completed and the Council have forwarded a guarantee to the Public Works Department, Christchurch for £1000 of current. It is expected that i this amount will be exceeded when the whole of the canvass of the Little River district is completed.

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LAKE COLERIDGE CURRENT., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3548, 23 May 1916

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LAKE COLERIDGE CURRENT. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3548, 23 May 1916

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