THE NEW TRADES-
The new trades hall is now nearly completed, and will be opened at an early date.
It was hoped that it would have been completed in time for the opening celebration to take place on Eight Hours Day, but some unforeseen delays prevented this. The façade is a very prominent feature of the architecture of Camp street. The front portion of the building is three stories high, and access is gained from the entrance hall by means of a stone staircase leading to both first and second floors, and lighted from the top through a domed lantern glazed with coloured glass. The building is entered from Camp street via a spacious hall 7ft. wide, alongside which are the committee, reading, and smoking rooms. This entrance-
The Argus, Tuesday 24 April 1888
BALLARAT May 30.
The new hall of the Ballarat Trades and Labour Council was formally opened to-
The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 -