Caveksham.— Last night’s meeting was attended by the Mayor, Crs Wilson, Nutting, Roberts, Lawless, Jones, Coverlid, Cole, Bridgman, Young, M'Beatb, and Baveratock.—The tender of Thomas Bryant (Ll3 15s) was accepted for levelling the recreation ground. —Two applications for the position of poundkeeper and ranger were referred to the Works Committee, with power to appoint the more suitable person.—The Finance Committee reported that the sum of Ll5O 6s 6d had been lodged In the bank since last meeting, and recommended that L 37 for general accounts and Ll3l water supply accounts be passsed for payment. The report was adopted.— Tae Works Committee reported having requested the mayor and chairman to Interview Mr Edmund Smith with reference to the proposed subdivision of section 10, block 7, town district. They recommended the Council to erect three street lamps at St. Clair—two on the Forbury road and one at the junction of Beach and Victoria streets. The report was adopted. The Tramway Company wrote applying for permission to lay a tramway siding from the quarry, Forbury road, into the street near the church, in order to enable them to cope with the heavy traffic that occasionally took place to St. Clair, Tho letter was received, and it was decided to consider it in committee.—Residents in Alexander street petitioned the Council to abate a nuisance caused by pigs kept on the property adjoining the Benevolent Institution. Referred to the inspector, with power to act. .
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MUNICIPAL., Evening Star, Issue 7910, 18 May 1889
MUNICIPAL. Evening Star, Issue 7910, 18 May 1889
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