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'The following' reports will bo submitted to the meeting of the Drainage Board on Tuesday : The Works Committee report having accepted D. Bradley’s schedule of rates and tender of £3,286 14s 5d for contract No. 702, area No. 2, Kaikorai reticulation. Tenders will be dealt with for contract No. A-196 (drain-in-common, Oxford street and King Edward road). Works in progress : —Kaikorai Valley sewers: Contract No. 683, section No. 2 (day labor) ; Contract No. 682, section No. 5 (day labor); and No. 681, section No 4 (contractor, D. Bradley). Rcitculation: Contract No. 639, area No. 1 (contractor, J. M Intyrc) : contract No. 691, S.W. conduit, oT. Kilda foreshore (day labor) ; contract No. 691. Bowen street sewer,. Musselburgh (IT Davis, contractor) : contract No. 695, Beech worth road sewer, North-cast Valley (1.1. and J. IT Hunter, contractors). The Finance Committee reported that accounts amounting to £3.086 8s 4d were oassed for payment; further accounts amounting to £2.215 13s 5d were, passed for payment, and of this amount £2.020 was for debenture interest and exchange; that the stun of £25,749 19s 8d had been paid to the credit of the board's aggregate fund. This sum included £IO.OOO to-t-civet) on loan from the City Corporation and £-13.000 rates received. Pass hooks showed : Loan account (debit), £14,501 13s Id : aggregate fund (credit), £12.226 34s Sd ; coupon interest account (credit). £154,

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DRAINAGE BOARD REPORTS, Issue 15708, 23 January 1915

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DRAINAGE BOARD REPORTS Issue 15708, 23 January 1915

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