Sess. 11.—1897. NEW ZEALAND.
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE (COST OF ADDITIONS TO AND ALTERATIONS OF THE).
Return to an Order of the House of Representatives dated the 28th October, 1897. Ordered, " That there be laid before this House a return showing the total cost of the additions to and alterations of the Printing Office, Wellington, specifying (1) the cost of materials; (2) the cost of labour; (3) the original estimate ; and (4) the cost of alterations or additions made since the original estimate was prepared."—(Hon. Sir R. Stout.)
Beturn showing Total Cost of Additions, &c, to Government Printing Office, Wellington. £ s. d. Estimated cost of building according to original design (exclusive of fittings) ... 14,000 0 0 Expenditure on above to date — £ s. d. Cost of materials ... ... ... ... ...7,725 0 0 Cost of labour ... ... ... ... ... 6,327 0 0 14,052 0 0 Cost of extra works, being additions to original plans, including additional skylights, deafening, &c.— Cost of materials ... ... ... ... ... 645 0 0 Cost of labour ... ... ... ... ... 505 0 0 1,150 0 0 Cost of fittings, not included in original design, including steam heating, electric light, fittings, furniture, &c.— Cost of materials .. ... ... ... ... 614 0 0 Cost of labour ... ... ... ... ... 622 0 0 Electric-lighting contract ... ... ... ... 254 0 0 Erection of machinery and shafting ... .. ... 287 0 0 1,777 0 0 Total cost of building... ... ... ... £16,979 0 0 H. J. H. Blow, Public Works Department, 31st October, 1897. Under-Secretary. Approximate Cost of Paper.—Preparation, not given; printing (1,250 copies), 17s.
By Authority: John Mackay, Government Printer, Wellington.—lB97. Price 3d.]
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H-12 GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE (COST OF ADDITIONS TO AND ALTERATIONS OF THE)., Appendix to the Journals of the House of Representatives, 1 January 1897
H-12 GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE (COST OF ADDITIONS TO AND ALTERATIONS OF THE). Appendix to the Journals of the House of Representatives, 1 January 1897
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