The fortnightly meeting of the Drainage Board was held last evening, and attended by Messrs J. S. Douglas (chairman), J. Small. W. Farquharson, J. H. Hancock, J. Arkle, J. J. Mallow, and W. T. M'Farlane. Mr Small, in moving the adoption of the Finance Committee's report, said that, the debenture loan of £IO,OCO, with 5 per cent, per annum interest, had been placed with ths City Corporation's renewal fund commissioners. The amount was for house connection purposes. They had had a great many inquiries for debentures. —Mr Hancock said ho thought they should congratulate themselves cm placing the loan with the City Council. It was good for the City Council and it was good for the board.—The report was then adopted. Tba following tenders for drama-in-common were accepted : —Duncan and Arthur streets. C. Glasson, £3l 193; Richardson and Hardy streets, C. Glasson, £26; Cutten and Driver streets, Maitland and Butters. £36; Cutten and Driver streets, C. Glasson* £39 10a.
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DRAINAGE BOARD, Evening Star, Issue 15677, 16 December 1914
DRAINAGE BOARD Evening Star, Issue 15677, 16 December 1914
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