CHRISTCHURCH, this day
Considerable interest, has been taken in the poll in the borough of Woolston on the question of rating on unimproved values in consequence of a campaign in favour of the change that is being conducted by Mr 11. G. Ell, M.H.R. The poll was taken yesterday, and resulted as follows:—For, 252; against, 190; majority in favour, 02.
Captain Edwin advises for twentyfour hours from 9 a.m. to-day: "Strong winds to gale from between south and west and north-west, glas.' rise, weather colder." At a sitting of the Supreme Court in Chambers this morning probate was granted in the will of Laurence Arthur Levy (Mr Campbell), and letters of administration were issued in the estate of Wm. F. H. Irving. The following tenders were received by Mr P. M. Hansen, director of the Auckland Electric Tramways Company, 'Limited, for the erection of temporary stables, car sheds, workshops, store-rooms, offices, and other buildings at the company's depot at Alexandra Park, Epsom:—J. Ellingham, £4815; R. H. McCallum, £4850; John Farrell, £4892; James Lye and Son, £5075; Jas. A. Moody, £5419; S. White and Sons, £5771 14/8; Craig Bros., £5904; Burfoot and Son, £5962; R. R.'Ross, £5971; Newson and Coulson, £5990. No tender has yet been accepted.
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UNIMPROVED RATING., Auckland Star, Volume XXXIII, Issue 149, 25 June 1902
UNIMPROVED RATING. Auckland Star, Volume XXXIII, Issue 149, 25 June 1902
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