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MUNICIPAL.

St. Kilda.—Last night's meeting was attended by the Mayor, Crs Gore, Allan, Mitchell, and Skipworth. His Worship drew attention to the waste of water from the service opposite Hutton's, from which the borough draws its supply, and it was resolved that the inspector be instructed to lock it up at 5 p.m. and open the box at 8 a.m.—The inspector was instructed to bring qp a report of the streets requiring metal— The clerk was instructed to write to Mr Larnach, M.H.R., asking him to bring before the next Bitting of the House of Representatives the matter of form. Jng that part of Victoria road abutting on tbo defence works._ ~ John tyalbraith wrote asking for permission to

have 4. crossing from Queen's avenue into hia property. Granted.—The Inspector reported that the repairing of various footpaths in Park Ward and the cleansing of drains and street channels had been proceeded with. The outfall of the borough drains had been cleaned out, and the footpaths in Cargill and Dc Carlo streets were in cottrso of formation. He reported that a crossing was required at the junction of these two streets, as vehicles had now to cross the open ditch. lie reported that the floodgates and sliding door required thoroughly overhauling before the bad weather set in. He asked for assistance for a fortnight in connection with building four chains of stone culvert in Markot street. Mr Ryan had finished his contract for metal The report was adopted, the inspector being granted assistance for a few days, He was instructed to attend at once to the outlets to the drains, and make them secure.

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MUNICIPAL., Issue 7937, 19 June 1889

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MUNICIPAL. Issue 7937, 19 June 1889

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