Maori Hill. The meeting of the Borough Council held last' night was attended by the Mayor (Mr Pollock), Crs Robertson, Watt, Mulholland, Crowther, Bain, Early, Butler, Smith, Stevens, and Frame.—The Otago School Commissioners asked attention to the rumor that the men working in the Upper Leith Valley were so placing a lot of earth, as to run the risk of choking the bridge, and it was resolved to stop the work until it had been inspected.— The Council decided that a detailed accouut of the expenditure of the last Government grant re Leith protective works be made out, and placed on the table at next meeting.—lt was resolved to call for tenders for 40 yards of bluestone metal, to be spread on roads and footpaths between Harbour's bridge and Ryley's gate, including the street in Woodhaugh township.—Mr A. C. Hanlon wrote, on behalf of Mr T. Goodwin, asking that a fence erected in Water street might be removed, and it was decided to inspeob the looality.—The Finance Committee reported that the bank overdraft stood at £471 163 Id.
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MUNICIPAL., Evening Star, Issue 10445, 15 October 1897
MUNICIPAL. Evening Star, Issue 10445, 15 October 1897
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