St. Kilda.—The ordinary meeting of the Borough Council held last evening was attended by the Mayor, Crs Gore, Skipworth, Mitchell, and Allan.—MrJ. Ellis wrote offering to remove nightsoil in the borough. Clerk to write that the Council were not iu a position to entertain the matter at present, and to caution the writer against carting nightsoil through the borough during prohibited hours. Mr Larnach, M.H.R., wroto regarding the openings iu the eandhills. He said lie had forwarded the Council's letter, and would continue to do the best he could in the matter.—The secretary of the Domain Board wrote stating that the Board had resolvedlto expend a sum not exceeding L3O in protective works in connection with the gap 3 in the sandhills, and that Government had been applied to for the services of the District Engineer to report as toj the best means of protecting the Flat from the inroads of the sea.— It was resolved—" That in future anyone wishing to take sand, atone, or clay from the quarry must first procure an order from the clerk, and present the same to the inspector."
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MUNICIPAL., Evening Star, Issue 7985, 14 August 1889
MUNICIPAL. Evening Star, Issue 7985, 14 August 1889
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