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NEW HOTEL PLANNED.

PROPOSAL FOR THAMES. (By Telegraph.—Own Correspondent.) THAMES, this day. Tentative plans for the structure to replace the old Salutation Hotel, which was destroyed by fire some months ago, were approved by the Thames Licensing Committee at the quarterly meeting yesterday. It was stated that it wae hoped to have the work begun early in the New Year. Ihe plnns allow for a modern twostoreyed, reinforced concrete building, containing 11 bedrooms, public and private bars, two sitting rooms and a lounge. The new structure, when completed, will be a big asset to the Thames business centre.

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NEW HOTEL PLANNED., Auckland Star, Volume LXVIII, Issue 287, 3 December 1937

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NEW HOTEL PLANNED. Auckland Star, Volume LXVIII, Issue 287, 3 December 1937

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