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AKAROA BOROUGH COUNCIL.

. »■ A meeting of the Council wan held last evening ; present—Hie Worship the Mayor Ore Fjfe, Vangioni. Walker, Willianie, Frederickeen, Cantrell, Leete and Munro. Tbe Mayor moved the notice of motion rt ' rates be held over till next meeting. ] I Seconded by Cr Vangioni, and carried. Thfl Town Clerk eaid that Mr 8. Curry, o: Bubineon'a Bay, bad presented a numbei ot intereeting curios for tbe Council's col lection. (These ourios have been de'ecribec previously), Cr Vangioni moved Mr and Mrs 8, Currj be thanked very much (or the'r gifts. . Seconded by Cr Williams, and oarried. A letter from Mrs M. G, Daly, aoknowledg ing Council's letter of sympathy, was re ceived. A transfer from F. J. Hill to F. Davies 01 the borough roll was granted. Notice was received from the Vaiuatioi Department of the sale of property from Mi C, Frederiokßen to Mr L. J, Vangioni. Remits from the Wostport Borough Counoi for the Municipal Conference were received and it was dtcided not to support tb* same.

A letter from the May v- of Christchuruh re "Advance North Canterbury" wae received. DEPUTATION. A deputation from the St Peter's Churoh Cemetery lio-ad, of Messrs George Checkifi; and X. E. Tsylor, waited on the Council re the charges for water u&ed by the Boiud The amount for overcharge wae £24 Cr L-n.e {-aye notice of mofi>n that the minute tesordcd ye motion that full bs rnforced the Cemetery Bond be reecinflfd. Mes rs W D. Wilkins and Sons wrote re survey of Bruce Terrace that fsnce put up by Mr Ktegan's was on the Council's own ground A plan was submitted of the land re quire d at Miss Houghton's, It was not worth while obtaining titles a< it was on!v two tenths of a perch, and on the corner of Jolie and Church streets f>t Mr J. Vangioni's it was a strip of 1 inch :■<>. o c find and 3£ inches at ihe other Ktsrvvtd that no tities be obtained. Mr Hardaker, late fore oan of electric l'ght works, wo c asking for a recommendation. Cr Vannifini moved Mr Bardaker be sent a first c' iss leferenre, as h<; wa3 a fiood work--0)8*1 Seconded by CrLsele aa<l carried. A transfer of the leise of Stanley Paik from Mr J J. Walker to Mr J. Phillips wa-< approved. Mr Phillips asked for iiermisjion to move part o : his residence fron one part o< hie sec ion to another. The letter was referred to the Building Committee, with power to act. Mr W. Fergus wrote, complaining of the b: d state of the roa 1 in front; of his residence on Beach road Cr Walker moved that ehingle be placert on b: d place complained of, and on toad lea' ing to the school. Seconded by Cr Lsete, and carried. Applications for electric current w< re gianted to Mestrs H. Bell, C. W. Burland, C. Fradericksen, F, R. Davles and Mrs E. Staples. Mrs Laing complained of wire baing put over her property, and it was d( eided to rel ■ r this matter to the Lighting Committed witu power ti act. An account frooi Mr lowrie was Irli over as a deduction would bo mtuta lor electric energy in driving piles. Cr Muni o moved that Mr Haigh be chaißfd 2s 6d a yard for metal. Seconded by Mr Williams and carried. Cr Walker, cbairtnad of th« Works Ccm miltee, moved that 30 yards metal on L'Aube Hiil reservoir be carted to be used f r tnintake up Grchan Valley, Seconded by Cr Vangioni, and oarried. FINiNCE KKPOBT, Receipts—Rent £56 2e 9d, eleotrio n-itr neotions £15 73, electric current £13 2-. water supply £9 I9i, license fees £3 6s BJ, fencing £6 16s 2d, drainage £1 Is, buih , ing fee 10s, total £107 4s'7d. Bark Account—Dr. £353 13s lid. Accounts amounting to £212 14s 8d were peered for payment. The Mayor moved that the formation of! -mitb BtjTi-t be proceeded with at once. Sfconded by Mr Fredericksen, and caniiv'. Cr Letts moved iba. the/ uccount of owio-j to Mr W. H Parkin tor uso of & li lo> ,, ered by the Bupe>inteucuu. of the Fire Brigade be paid by the C.'unc 1. Seconded by Cr Vanuioni, and lost 'Jbe Mayor propobed that Cr Lewitt.be appoint d Deputy Mayor, to act during his absence, Seconded by Cr Frederickben and carried. The meeting then adjourned.

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AKAROA BOROUGH COUNCIL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4409, 3 July 1914

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AKAROA BOROUGH COUNCIL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4409, 3 July 1914

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