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DRAINAGE BOARD REPORTS

—Works Committee.— The committee report having dealt with tenders as follows :—Contract No. A-187 : Drain in common, Moreau, Richardson, and Plunket streets—Maitland and Butters’ tender of £9B accepted. Contract No. A-189 : Drain in common, Richardson and Hardy streets—to Ire re-ad-vort'sed. Contract No. A-190 : Drain in common, High and Graham streets—owing to objection from cue of the owner® concerned, consideration of tenders held over. Having authorised the construction of mud tanka and connections at. tram terminus Normanby, estimated cost £2O. The number of house connection applications received for the fortnight ended November 28, 1914, was 101, plumbing work 71. draining work 73. —Finance Committee.— Th® committee report that sines their last meeting the sum of £4,651 6s Id (which includes a transfer from overdraft account of £2,200) has been paid into the credit of the board’s aggregate fund, and £3O into the credit of the trust account. Pass books were laid on the table showing : Loan account (debit), £44,501 12s Id; aggregate fund (credit), £2,006 11s sd; trust account (crtd't), £7B. H/c I/b debenture loan, £iv,Coo, with 5 per cent per annum interest (to carry out work for owners of property, cost repayable by instalments). T/iis loan has been placed with the City Corporation’s Renewal Fund Commissioners.

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DRAINAGE BOARD REPORTS, Issue 15674, 12 December 1914

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DRAINAGE BOARD REPORTS Issue 15674, 12 December 1914

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