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THE DOCK TRUST.

The Dock Trust met at Port Chalmers this afternoon; present—Messrs E. G. Allen (chairman), Gourley, and Dr Drysdale. A letter was received from Mr K. Quick (Danish vice-consul) enquiring on behalf of his Government as to what facilities were offered to vessels visiting this port. The secretary was instructed to give the information.

The Finance Committee reported that accounts amounting to L 242 5s 8d had been passed for payment, and that there was a credit balance of L 725 9s lOd.

The chairman, Dr Drysdale, and the secretary were empowered to complete arrangements with Mr Gash for leasing ground at Boiler Point.

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THE DOCK TRUST., Issue 8028, 3 October 1889

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THE DOCK TRUST. Issue 8028, 3 October 1889

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