(By Telegraph.—Own Correspondent) WELLINGTON, this day. When seen by your representative this morning, Mr. Campbell, Government architect, said the plans for the new post office at Warkworth would be completed in two or three weeks hence. The building would be a one-storied wooden structure, more attention being paid to the public convenience than-to .appearance. _ The plans in connection with the post office to be erected at Mount Roskill had been finished, but fresh ones had to be prepared owing to the decision to have a brick in lieu of a wooden building. Cabinet had now under consideration the plans for the new Mental Hospital (Woolfe bequest) in Auckland.
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PUBLIC BUILDINGS., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 90, 16 April 1909
PUBLIC BUILDINGS. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 90, 16 April 1909
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