Waikato Times, Rōrahi XXV, Putanga 2072, 17 Whiringa-ā-nuku 1885, Page 2
CvMiiiunu: Wksp Dhvivm.f.— The engineer was duected to make an appointment to meet tho chaiiman of Pukekura KoAtl Boaid on tho giound in about two weeks and t ike necessary le oly. Uisdlk's ]Jim»(,K CovruviT. One month-.' extension of turn* wan granted with contractor for the woik. CoHHEsl'OXi)K.ci: —An application w«w roceived from Mr J. Cli.irlton fora refund of r:tti -5 ov 01 ch'irjjud. Agietd that tl. amount be repaid, if the chauinan can ismtiuu the statement to be correct. (Jui:r, Pux— The Rangiaohia Koad Bu ud complained of gravel being taken fiorn the district road.s. Tho clork ua» duected to reply that the gravel had been taken by pei mission. Wiivi vwii vrv Swvmp Rovn.— Mr Foall wrote complaining of the dainago done by '-•lit fioui the diains Tho engineer was duected to inspect and report. Mk Mon'irs CoMri. vivr. Mr Moffit wrote complaining of paitiahty in giving out work in his district.— The Engineer was ditt'ttod toasceitainwhatgioundH thoro arts for the complaint. I)u s lAkitr. It was resolved to gie, Mr J).iy notice to lay a two feet pipo culeit, with piotecting fence at oach ond, within two month*, or the diain would bo tilled in. Xvi K. -Cv Tcasdalc nuned and Cr. Lake seconded That a rate of rf of a iienny be made at the net muetuig.' A 1 an amend meiit, Ci Itidlcr mmud, and Cr Lang seconded, Tliat a rate of be made." The motion was cariied. TKM>ne>.--Tho following tendon were irccnod Km cutting at WaKh'- T. J. Meredith (accepted), c.uthwurk 7Jd, fmnia turn on lid, pipes Id Gd, ditching r >s A. Wnght, cutting (»i'il, foi ination 10s, ditching •Js Gd, pi pen 4d K. O'Neill, cutting IOJd, formation Bs, ditching 1», pipes 9d J. A. Higgmson, cutting lOd, foimation (!.s Bd, pipes K2 C. .S. McCallum, cutting 3d, f(«r-matiou pipes and ditching Bd. For cutting at Paterangi Factory McCalhun (accepted), eaithwork TAd, forming 5s fid, pipea 8d Meredith, eaitliwork sjd, foimation Os, pipes <>d J A. Higginson, cutting I'd, pipub VI. Cuttinfis .it McNichol s biidgc T. Cowley (accepted), cutting Gd, formation Id, ditching .is (id, pipes 10s Meiodith, cuttiriL' !(d, formation 7.5, ditoliing (is, pipeb Is (id T. Ca.ssidy, cutting 7Ad, formation 7s (id, ditching 4s, pipen li3d H. Noirish, cutting 7d, formation 4h (id, ditching 2<, pipes 2s F. O'Neill, cutting Bd, formation 7* Gd, ditching Is, pipes 9d •F. Kennedy, cutting 7UI, formation 7s, ditches os each, pipes SOs. KK-.iGN.vnoN ok Mu Lvkk.— Cr. Lake tendoiud his resignation of thu chaiimanship of tho county, having moie jmbhc business on hand than he had time to attend to. The resignation was tv "opted with logrot, but as a mattci of nect ity. (Ji. Teasdalo having been placed m the cliiin, (Ji. (Jeiniann, who had left early in tho mooting, was elected chairman of the council. At tho clohe of tho meeting Or. Lake lodged his lesignation as a member of tho council.
Reward offered for a lost gre) hound. MrJ. b. liuckland will sell by auction at an c.irh o.itc, the farm known as Parsons', near Ie Awamutu, see advertisement. Ihe usual service* at the Hamilton Weslcyan Church to-morrow arc advertised in another column. Robert Drabble, farmer, Tuhiknraraca, has tiled a petition in uanLruprrv. First meeting of (rfditors at Assignee's office, Hamilton, on lliursdiy, the 22nd inst, at II a.r». Mr J. S. Rurkland will «;ell at the Waitoa Yards on Wednesday next, mixed cattle, grown steers, fat cattle, fat and store sheep, stock horses, waggon, implements and sundries. On Ihursday he will bold his usual cattle sale at Cambridge, and on Saturday he will sell a large number of horses at Cambridge He will hold his second cattle fair at Ohaupo on Tuesday, the 27tb inst., when 800 head stores, 100 f*t cattle &.c. &c will boyardvd. J