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WAIKATO NOTES.

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IQCALBOTSES AND NEW. ROADS.

! ;i JUDGE'S DECISION. ' — ii? jEi Telesrapn--O wn Correspondent! j V: - -v HAMILTON, this day, • % Ive-roomed house belonging to Mr r4,<n- of •Nfearuawahia was totally delved by Ire last night through the ffiSg of a kerosene lamp. The in- _.«. are unknown. P. Stuart, of the local post 'nffice staff, was presented with an easy on the occasion of his approaching "ijwfas Eingj w:ho ias 6een Btudvin g .J£ dentistry "in Pennsylvania UnivexIL ™ssect &is examination, averaging S£utS4 out of a possible 100 jrlni ' It £ Ik intention to return to • S se^Sl a 'iSfr Hogg, Minister for Iliads reached TeAwanratu per the main iLk'raSway to-day and was met by STGreendade, M.P, andMr Burd engineer). He afterwards visit«Ttie site of the proposed bridge over S, Waipa river at Krongia and promisStoTife utmost to assist in the *L of a subsidy. Sir Hogg goes to to : j2Ui* and will be banqueted there fkxmers' Union social at TeirntfiaFlasfi nigafi a motion affirming offer of a DreadBaWto Greaf Britain was received great enthusiasm, "Rub BritaniaPaka -&B National Anthem was cheers -were given for the recently given in the south to Joke TOlliams has caused consterlocal bodies m Waikato. iUonslv it la* been customary for 5 roads within the borough, to be 6 and gravelled Wore being EandEJSrte tU local body, the existing in the district being taken as a Srd. It now been laid down r£rig c jvaiiams that '-forming' a *ofc include "gra-veUing," 3Si means thai tEe local bodies are compelled to take over new roads, which .'Bntfteoau an immediate charge on Sdr funds and must be eravelledm <Hder to: prevent increase! expenditure Sr on while loads have been only cpeued to enhance t£e value of the pro-. JrtTof individuals. This decision has Sy affecting the Brikmroa Road Board; whkiias decided to communicate otter bodies and of Parliament, objecting to the seeming amendment of the Act. "At'a meeting of settlers of Terapa the following resolution was passed: "That this meeting strongly opposes the abnormal increase takm* place in land values, and approves of a conference bemg held to take steps io get the present -unfair scheme'altered."

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WAIKATO NOTES. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 80, 3 April 1909

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