CITY COUNCIL REPORTS.
The following is a summary of the reports to be presented at to-morrow’s meeting of the City Council : The Works Committee recommend that the application of the Y.W.C.T.U, for permission to have a cabmen, tramway-men, and carter’s rest on the east side of tho Cargill Monument be granted during the pleasure of Council. The Committee had offered the Mornington Council a contribution of one third the cost of repairing the Eglinton road, which the Borough Council declined to accept, preferring to refer the matter to the Resident Magistrate. The Reserves Committee recommend that the Council appoint one of the following applicants to the position of sexton of tho Northern Cemetery—C. Clauston, John Gibbs, Edward Oaten; and that one of the following bo appointed as assistant—Henry Booth, Richard Charnley, Charles H. Godby. The Gas Committee recommend that they be empowered to order from England 300tt of retorts, at a cost of about L 240. The successful tenderer for the purchase and removal of the spent lime having declined to execute the agreement as drafted, the Committee have decided that it is advisable to revert to the former method of dealing with the same, and have taken steps accordb'giy-
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CITY COUNCIL REPORTS., Evening Star, Issue 7990, 20 August 1889
CITY COUNCIL REPORTS. Evening Star, Issue 7990, 20 August 1889
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