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7;"|Si | of this Council was held evening. Present--'* the Mayor, and Crs .MwHO Fyfe, Vangioni, Cantfell, M-- --to atid Loete. MINUTES, rbf» roinutes of the previous meet ioo ■">io read and confirmed. -': 'CORRESPONDENCE, '' .OiUW'j ,, -- correspondence wag read auu." n ptr.7ed. . ' luwird correspondence was vmd. — From the Marine Department detjning the extended river liiaits of Akaroa port to eifecfc tbul it #a 8 between ANxos Heads as far m, the Ligbtßouse, and a point not more (ban beyond the Iron m South HeaC"' ; <. t||f| , be co'Sim]!4n'.feßion was received. '^application 8 for electrical energy, Mr Edwin NJw six Jl; |o."c/pMftmps and &£hi 8 c. ? |S lamp's for big'^e\idence4n1 r Jolie street, , and from Mr '^3^Mp oy an arc lajjip, to Oddfellows' Hall on Decejaber l≤. " \ The the .applications be granted.' . 3ejeonde.d Or Lepto. tit Lswjtfc to the ajc lamp being put in, as it wanted a, great

deal of ie ; istaEce, and sometimes a hi great deal of current was required. s< Mr E. Narbey's application was ai Granted, and Mr F, Taylor's appUca- ■■ tion was referred to the Lighting a Committee, with power to act. A letter from the Christchurch City Council, to effect that they had no tl iron fencing for sale, was leceived. p From Mr G, H. Haylock, enclos c ing plans'of a wash-house, t The Mayor moved the plans lie on s tbe table for a fortnight. t Seconded by Cr Fyfe, and carried. From Mr G. Shearwood, electrical engineer, to effect that, having ob t ;ained a better position, tn would fl jive one month's notice to the t Council. { Cr Munro moved that the resig- o nation be accepted, and that fresh [ applications be called in the Christchurch and Dunedin papers. t Seconded by Cr Vangioni, and | carried, Circular from Australian Metal Company re Bayliss Grip conduit fittings was received. The Mayor moved Cr Munro, Chairman of the Wharves Committee, and Cr Cantrell sign the plans of Daly's wharf. Seconded by Cr Lewitt, and carried. WORKS AND LIGHTING. COMMITTEK. Cr Lewitfc, Chairman of the Lighting Committee, moved the adoption of the following report : — " Youp'committee beg to report a 8 We would recommend that the /accessary -step 3 bo taken-to rai3e a "loan of £1000 for reticulating ■Grebao Valley creek, and connecting with tbe electric light reservoir. We recommend that the work, if poll is carried, be commenced on April, IDU" Cr Lawifct said that the Works and Lighting Committees bal been into the matter, and found that it would ba easy to pay the cost of raising the lean and the (irst year's interes out- of the sinking fund. Seconded by Cr Leete. The Mayor e&id. that though at the present time there was plenty of water in the reservoir in a dry season tbn creek was not sufficient, and when residents of the town were using irons and kettles it was not right to cut the water off in the daytime. Several residents would not take irons and kettles on that account, and the Council should not sell power it could noi supply. When the other creek was let in an unlimited amount of water would be procurable. He thought that with the other creek the ! Council's revenue would be much increased. It was not the intention , of tbe Council to collect a rate, though : it would be struck. The revenue would pay interest and sinking fund. , The report was adopted. i FINANCE REPORT. Amount received since last meeting —Rates, £-M ."7a 2d; Daly's wharf loan, £400; grass-seed, 2s Sd; rent, £5 43 6d; total, £119 14a 23. Bank Account—Akaroa Boating Club, dr. £100; district fund ac count, dr. £321 Gs sd; Daly's wharf loan, cr. £796 l 7 s, cash in hand, £5 is 6d. Acccuuts amounting to £55 8s 9d Tere passed [or payment. Thtj Mayor said that, seeing tbe Council's overdraft was not big, the £100 should be returned tG the ! Akaroa Boating Club. Cr Lewitt remarked that it wa3 not \ tbe rule for a borrower to return j money till it was asked for. I Cr Leate said that Mrs Langrope bad told him that her husband, the borough ranger, was away in Lyttelton, and she asked that, if be had not .let the Council know, Mr Leete should tell them.. The Mayor said that it seemed to i him the borough ranging was worse i than when Mr Phillips bad the work ' He saw two horses grazing in the town tbe previous day. Cr Leete moved that this Council S laces on record its appreciation,of ife action of the Government - j,tejj)i*s&ken to pree6rve law during the present industrial' crisi«, " lEuJPttrttt a copy of this losolntion bo forwarded to tha Minuter of Justice. Seconded by Cr Gantroll, ' Tho Mayor- said did not know that (Tfhmdil bad passed such/a all, if a Gov9rnmets.<3idjja&t tenwiyl qrd#j: f U, was no gpojjfs The ttoVera aij^t&n* doty i& v (m6red ffo the a *^9M)tahL Cr Lewitt wood, bad been a j^ropa^d^lf^ , 't#p *!.• r\ iapi f i f J\\ - i he burl abwfo mo i ' \ , a lot of tJtnin on ' Aka«?ti ,> *gr<«jjnd, No f hti»g had been done towards dnun ing, and like to know whit steps Jfehe chairman of the Comß!|t|ttee intended to take. Tjba- Mayor said it was a question The ratepayers had re jeoted a loan proposal, and showed wanted the Council to economise. The foreman and men had been working at the water reservoir, and after that work was over would do the jlo,main tennis court. He supposed/they' would drain the ucreation ground next. v Cr Vangioni said these pipes were 9in and Gin odqs, and for draining 4iar pipes were quite large enough,, .%< j In answer to tho Mayor,-(^^^p. he believod the Cox^w^M serves pipes tb% tbe, foreu3a!i,4lnd cheap Jot. They were' tyia&tjjj&Bff' specially for the w&rjf* h"e could see, ther|f|las ,e "no the draiDag# ol ■ tal%round. men's

vnds were full at present and ibu >rt of job would Lave lo wait. Ht |5 Wed the pipes were specially ordered, B id were cot second bacd pipes a' fj t all. 9 DOMAIN TENNIS CLUB 9 The Mayer said that he believed | aat the Dooiaiti Tennis Club bad not | roared tbe materials for the tenni? 1 Durts, Tho foreman had suggested bat tho material for the Domain hould be screened before being put on be ground as that would save time. CONCKETE KERBING AND CHANNELLING. The Mayor said that it was high ime that some more concrete kerbing nd channelling was done, Hβ moved he question of procuring material for iroceeding with the concrete kerbing ,nd channelling of the borough streets >c referred to the Works Committee. Cr Vangioni Eeconded the motion, is he thought that no one could object o more of this work being doce. The motion was carried, and the neeting terminated.

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AKAROA BOROUGH COUNCIL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4354, 5 December 1913

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AKAROA BOROUGH COUNCIL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4354, 5 December 1913

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