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MUNICIPAL FISH MARKET.

The secretary of the Harbour Board forwarded to the City Council last night the Board's decision-with respect to the establishment of a fish market. It had been decided that if the City Council was prepared to erect a market for the disposal of fish, a site would be granted off Kelson-street. The City Engineer reported that he knew of no other site really available, that could be utilised in connection with a fi&hing boat harbour, but the adequacy of the site for the purposes of a fish market largely depended upon the.fun<> tions the Council intended the market to fulfil. For purposes- of selling fish as delivered from the boats to dealers and hawkers it could be utilised without any further expense than the provision of a shod on the wharf the Harbour Board intend to construct in connection with the boat harbour. The matter was relegated to the Works Committee.

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MUNICIPAL FISH MARKET. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 73, 26 March 1909

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