NEWS IN BRIEF.
There ar*; indications that the British Budget will shov a * iupk sof £20 000, 000.
Huskies—A pleasant throat ant'septic 3" üb*, Is per box at Minielees Chemist;.*
The Council of Public Education iv Victoria has passed a resolution urging the abolition of Germ in schools in Victoria.
Ring up 'Fnone No. 72 for Motor Cars.—Geo. Daries, Cameron Road.
Th=» building; erected at a erst of £15.000 to house the Australian exhibits at the PaDarra Exposition, sold for £800.
I am a casn buyer of groceries and produce and sell for cash only; tb^re fore t oiler the bast values in Puke J. Persey. The Cash Store*
A Melbourne me3*age states that the body of a girl named Baris Foley, ag;ed four, was found iv the B.ech Forest with her throat cut.
Men ! Bring y^ur shirts and collars to Tin Fong's Laundry, Tauranga and have them done to youi satisfaction.
A message from Basle states that the newspaper Berliner T*gfb'att says the declaration of war by Italy on Germany is imminent.
Bread that is as fresh the third day as it is the first—that's the bread you want. Try Hammonds.*
Fiesh shipment Nyals Face Cream td hand, Is 6d ai*d 3d. Mirriellees Chemist aad Opticianj,
The New South Wale? Government has signed a coitract with a Clyde engineering company for throe huudred locomotives costing one million pounds sterling.
Have you tried Hitnmond's Pastry ifnot you do not know what goad pastry is. Try it.
David Daniels, a married tnaD, 65 years of age, a machinist in a boot factory, was run over and killed to day by a suburban train at Avondale.
SAVE your meat bill by buying one of F. JSF. Christian and Co's meat safes at before war prices.
The British Government has decided against th© issue of lottery bonds.
Eighty-four wounded New Zealanders aboard the steamer Turakina were welcomed at Cape'own, and presented with fruit and other gifts. The Turakina has resumed her voyage.
Nowhere in the Bay of Plenty is there such an efficient motor service as between Tauranga and Matamata, connecting with express trains arriving at Hamilton at 12.45 and Auckland at 4 p.m. Cars leave Tautanga daily at 7.30 a.m, and Mata ma t a after arrival of Auckland express. Fares, single £1, return £l 15s. Further particulars on application to H M Griffiths, Wharf St., Tauranga, opposite Bank of New Zealand, Phone 75, and H M Griffiths, Matamata, Phone 41.
A. London cable states that tho police aearche I houses of prominent fMna Feiners in Cork, and seized a quantity of revolvers and ammunition. It is reported that 2,000 intend to March in a procession on St. Patrick's Day.
CKOI SHCVLL REMEMBER
That at the Supreme Court of Victoria
at Melbourne it was proved :
1 That Sander's Eucalypti Ex tract contains all medicinal constituents of the eucalypti in a highly refined and pure form.
2 That Sander's Extract is much more powerfully healing and antiseptic than ordinary eucalyptus preparation.
3 That Sander's Extract does not depress the heart like the so-called Extracts ' and crude oils.
4 That Pander's Extract contains no harmful ingredients.
5 That Sander's Extract is highly commended by many authorities for the last 40 years as a safe, reliable and effective remedy.
If you insist on Sander's Extract you obtain the approved article.
exits hive been provided from the auditorium and one from the dress circle, which will permit of the evacuation of the building in a few minutes. The wall enclosing the dreßs circle is pierced and connected by a duct to the cinematograph operating box, the projection of the picture from the machine passing well above the heads of patrons occupying the gallery. The operating box is of highly fire-resist-ing construction, it being possible to entirely isolate this apartment from the auditorium should necessity so demand. Access is direct to the fire escape and also to the machine room below.
The municipal offices are situated at tt)e east end of the building, facing Willow Street, access from that thoroughfare being givei by a flight of steps. Immediately inside the entrance is a tiled vestibule, with swing doors, giving entrance to a hall, opening to the public office and three offices for the Council's staff. The Town Clerk's and Borough Surveyor's offices are. each provided with a strong room and other necessary equipment. A broad flight of stairs leads from the hall to offices and Council Chamber above. The Council Chamber is a lofty and spacious compartment, having coved ceiling, and is well adapted for the purpose for which it is intended. In general all the compartments in this part of the building are well lighted and placed, and are convenient from the viewpoints of the public and the corporation officers. The interior finish throughout is white plaster.
In the building the ratepayers have good value for their money and now possess a hall and municipal chambers second to none in the Dominion outside tbe principal cities. The structure forms a valuable addition to the architecture of the town and is creditable to all concerned, viz., Mr C. J. Kirk (architect), Messrs Ashton and Crump (general contractors), Mr J. M. Thomson (plasterer), Mr W. R. Gutteridge (plumber,) Me C. E. Stewart (painter and decorator), aud Mr S. Ashton (joinery supplies),
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NEWS IN BRIEF., Bay of Plenty Times, Volume XLIV, Issue 6641, 16 March 1916
NEWS IN BRIEF. Bay of Plenty Times, Volume XLIV, Issue 6641, 16 March 1916
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