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CAVESSHAM BOROUGH COUNCIL.

At last Thursday's meeting cf the rTive,. Council the Drainage, Water, .and .Sanitary Toni mittee. reported that thev had appointed K cVßu“^fo?tr n i > ana *** a rffthtlL ?o V i 1 services he had rendered to the borough while cnairman of the Committee had hem recorded. Having considered tho letter and jilan from the Caledonian Society, the Committee. recommended the Council to approve of tm, i> i a i n ’- SuV ’ J i e ? t - t0 r the ap!) r oval of the Church Board being obtained, and that Water street Informed to a level satisfactory to the Conned the clauses referring to the Caledonian Society's letter and Mr M'lndoe’s letter were recoived. The rest of the report was adopted the ",nvi,-s Committee reported having appointed Gr uilsou as chairman. Regarding Mrs Markhanrs letter, the Council were recommended to Oder Mrs Markham £2O for 10ft of he/ land L wmlen Cargd, road. Concerning Mu WrmU’s oner, the Council were recommended that "s Sir M right was asking an exorbitant price foil his land his offer be not entertained. ’ The report was adopted with the caption of tho tvvo latter clauses, which wevo considered in committee n l % , ', l j an - C -\ t ?‘i tlV ' tt T-., VC! ‘ UTted that the sum- ? f ~ Jld *>.*<* hatl heaa lodged in the Bank last mooting, and recommended that accounts amounting to £ll 12s 7d be mid , nts sidcrcd Mr F. C. Fulton's letter the CoSiUeerecommended the Council to accept his oderofGd per acre for the borough endowment at Waipori for seven years, on the same terras as last lease’ civin 1 la The°r Val, i atloU t° r improvements bef,iven. the repor„ was adopted.—The Insnectoe reported that the cost of forming twelve chains %r l ia i en^ Vo °'l Fift wide would be-'-Vida £9. He did not think it advisable to do anything while {he road was in i-l-"' 10 .'71 s at Wesent. The inspector stated in ins report that to remove the bank on the east side of Stuart street and to put on 30yds rotten : an ,T \ a >‘ SOft of 4in drain pipes would cost if>. Adopted.—The City and Suburban Tramway Company requested permission to double their linefor a distance of two chains from the loop lineand a instance of eighteen chains from the Congregational Church to the terminus at St. Clain Permission was granted.—Cr Rutherford wtnV stating that he had fully determined to rede-. hia seat in the Council. The resignation was titvented and a resolution w.is passed eulogist tug the ser vices rendered, to the borough by Cr during belong term of office, } Rutherford

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CAVESSHAM BOROUGH COUNCIL., Evening Star, Issue 10430, 27 September 1897

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CAVESSHAM BOROUGH COUNCIL. Evening Star, Issue 10430, 27 September 1897

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