WAIREWA COUNTY COUNCIL.
A mooting of this Council was held on Tuesday. Present Messrs J F Buchanan (ehairmfti-), T Thonipion, J C C Gobbie. J Chapman. ..
Messrs Goo Harper. ?on fir-d Pancoe »-rote lo ti'f. ef that tho nio'or .by.-laws had been duly gazetted and inclosing a copy of the gazette. . :
Th.- ; clerk spkstl what , ho was todoabou: oolieelinß tha'-'leoa for cars apnlying for hire.
Mr Thompson Faid-n* the by irfwa. were in (ore.3 they should ho asked for feea at onco , . From M>; F Tf.yendor in "answer to the Councl)|3 -requo.-t for permia ion to cart ftone out of hia property at the' Hill Top. He naW. thfct he wao nfraid the gate would i;e JefJ open and. (here would bs trouble with his cattle Rettiha ouS
Mr Parkinson, said ho had seen Mr Tayen: <ler "ho was to let them get stone out oi the paddock after six weeks time,
From Public Trust Offico re demand for nfes in fl.-t.ite cf S T BUrri.- to c-ffsot that thn land would he cturned in two parts
The Clerk said the difllcu ty was that ths portion owned by Mr Harris had to be revalned befcra h" eouid alloa te the rates, It was decided that <ho clerk wait on the Public Trustee find auk hhu lo fix the matter up himself and collect from thn leaßees. «.
Tenders for tho' grass send on the roads were considered tuid f.?jo following accepted,' No 23, road to Mr Morriftm Btrelay's, H Tir'.i, 10s; No 8, road thiout;h Okute, B. Tini, sv; No 22, road to Mr 8 S B-.rclay's J Archer, 13a; No ll.Hovd to Puahs, J Archer,£l 3-3; No 0, Kay'a road-at Bill Top, II Loe, £3 3-3.1; JNn 10. Harman's track No 5, Harris's store 'o Hill Tod. C Leo, 2> 9.1 ; No 12, Reynold's road. H L Web-t r. 53, total £(j 12s
The let'er lorn Petone Boioirgh Council re amending the War Pensions to soldiers wag ro considered-.
Mr Olioptznm said he would not ho inclined to support this resolution that all should get a pension of their .'properly.
Mr• Pivlrin c on said it was a big question as to how far relatives were liable.
The- matter was further postponed to a fuller Council. ; j§
The Mt Bfeibsrt Comity Counoii forwarded the following- resolution pn-wd by the Rid Kevbeii; County Cou:-oU : — "That this Council views with regret tha present great Ruropehn war, »'.d suggests that local bodie" hp empowered to s'lr;k'.i i» special patriotic fund rate
The chairman moved that this Council approves of the resolution.
Mr Thompson seconded the motion, which wan carried un nmo'.i.niv.
From the Akaroa and Wainui Road Board asking the Council to tnko over the control of the road by M - properly, - The Boa , d considered the Council would maintain the road at smaller cost.
Members said the Council would take the road over if thoy hud the staff, but their man already had his hands full.
It was deeidcu to postpono the matter till it could be afcertnined if the Council could obtain the labour. \
From Si. John's Arobulaneo Associftiiori aslnif; for fi anoinl assistanoo and pointing out the amount o£ gond tbo ambulaneo work did in alleviating distress nnd saving life.
I", was pointed out that the Ct-ntral Conamittpo had control of the money collected in the Queen contest. Member-3 n»reed tha f , if a special rate was struck a donation to tho arubulance should be included ESGISEICR'S HEP'KT. The engineer's report was concidered as an dor: — "Sines last meeting the road in .Kinloch applied to ba metalled by Mr Streeter, has bean fini'iliet). On into' the rmi.ter, it was found the cost of (iohit! the work from .broken rook was far too coaly, and honoe siiinj'le w.is ns.:d instead. The work of claying port of tho Bench Band will now be proceeded with. The stouo broken in Tumble Down Bay has ftlsm been carted, and thrfo sets of pipes have-been laid on Mr T< White, junr 's, road n Kinlocb, and ditches hiiYH b.en cleaned along ranin rood at Little Kivcr. Mr Tavender hns re'uspd to permit tho carting of stones at the Hill Top granted !>y the owner of tho land, Mr Montgomery. Ttar.:O and fcbroe-quarter tons of chr,£f have been purchased from M«v M Coop, Kaituna, atMlOs. Tho 10 percent penalty ooout standing rates will come into force on Fob-ruiii-y 20th, nnd no'.jces to each ratepayer are bf-ing posted to.my. . > , . Finimce—Dr balance last ftsidife 30ih September, £1123 ; pnyiripnts—Obt, £247 6-< sd, November, £215 10s 2d ; Decembor, £230 5s od—£l7lß 8s 4d; expenses paid to credit £267.3s 3d j total, £1551 ss. Bates ontetaodiDg, £V(25. The meeting then termjnftted, '■
. There are many ways of catching Coldß, bbt the one qtiick reliever is ''NAZOIi" This .phenomenally,: successful v.renaedy/csin be taken on sugar or ihbaledi; "vAllrial; wjH oonvinoeyon o(its efficacy. '^.^i-JSrz'Xi^
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WAIREWA COUNTY COUNCIL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3513, 14 January 1916
WAIREWA COUNTY COUNCIL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3513, 14 January 1916
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