DRAINAGE BOARD REPORTS
Th« Works Committee report having accepted the following tenders : —Messrs Andersons, Ltd., Christchurch, for round mild steel at £l3 7s fid per ton delivered; Messrs Purton Bros, for metal delivered on section No. 2, Kaikorai main sewer Mr C!. J. Meade for l£in metal delivered on foreshore (subject to engineer S’ ' satisfied with sample submitted). ?rs have been invited for reticulation sewers iu area No. 1, Kaikorai Valley; drain-ia-common, Richardson and Miller streets j dmin-in-Common, Cliffs road and Norfolk streets. New work; The committee recommend the board to carry out the following sewage reticulation:— Bowen street, Bt. Kilda; portion of Beechworth road and Ainslee place. North-east rllcV (tenders to be called). They have authorised the construction of mud tanks at Allan street. The committee refer to the board as a recommendation Messrs M'Gregor and Co.’s application to be paid in increased price for cast-iron work, in view of extra cost imposed on them in connection with the war. The Finance Committee report that since the last meeting' of the committee the stun of £446 10s (which includes a transfer from overdraft acconub of £230) has bee& paid into the credit -of the board's aggregate fond, and £25 into the credit Of the twist account. P&ss books Were laid on the table showing:—Loan accotmt (debit), £38,401 13s Id; aggregate fund (credit), £259 2s ; trust account SaedH), £132, •
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DRAINAGE BOARD REPORTS, Evening Star, Issue 15639, 2 November 1914
DRAINAGE BOARD REPORTS Evening Star, Issue 15639, 2 November 1914
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