At the meeting of the City Council la-.t night a report was read from the City Engineer stating that a man had been found asleep in the Council's stables witii a lighted candle by his side. The man had been charged before the magistrate, who let him off with a caution. The engineer suggested that it might be advisable to appoint a night-watchman ever the whole of the Council's property subject to this producing a reduction of hre insurance rates. The letter was referred to the works committee. iAi A meetin S of sheep-farmers, attended by representatives from the Palmlirston, Feilding, Wairarapa, and Bu=h it was decided to form a cooperative freezing company, with a capital of £100,000. Thereof the works aas not yet been selected.
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