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u 23.,- • j The Council met at the usual hour. j Received since last meeting £2 2s, Accounts passed for payment, £8 Bs. ; ' ‘ The following correspondence was readi From Mr Mutton, stating that he wasaboui to build on Dbaald streat.-and Norwich Quay) From Messrs Flett and Loutitt, stating that the Government had given them permission to &ebt alprftenl; sliplnear to the-Bathing shed,, and askjng fpr the consent of the Council.’ -• ’• * >- - ! From Mr Nalder, respecting thp by-laws which had been passed by the Council. From Mr Kerr, custodian Bathing Shed, asking for certain repairs to be done. ’ , From Messrs, Connor and M'Eay, asking ■ for‘permission-16 excavate on the Council’s property. - ..j The- correspondence was discussed: — s Messrs Flett and Loutitt’s application wu considered,, and, after some considerable disoussion, it was resolved, that the Canned proceed, thoj next day to visit the spot, and that a reply be given next week to the applicants. ~ , ', , i It was also resolved to see what wais required at the Bathing Shed at the same time. With respect to Messrs Connor and M'Kay’s application, it was ultimately resolved, that the Council will offer ho; opposition to the work being done; the ground being , reduced to the level of the reclaimed land. His Worship said he had received a letthr from the Provincial Secretary stating that , certain of the by-laws passed by the,m had beeh objected to, and could hot be allowed by the Superintendent. His Worship said it was a very strange thing, as the swne. by-laws had been passed , by the City Council', He hod sent the letter to their solicitor, but-it appeared the matter required careful consideration. - • '■ -j > Councillor Chalmers epokh matter, and said the Council ought to: hick up their solicitor’s opinion with any expenses he might be at in consulting with any other solicitor. The matter was held over pending the reply of Mr Nalder. ' It was resolved that certain sleeper* bo lent

ttr-lCsTale- on oonditions agreed to bjdamSSd the Council.. ' ’ Councillors Grange and Graham called atto certain necessary works in the SdwHT The matter was referred ■to the W*rke lOornmittee. ■- ; jThe Council then adjonmed.

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LYTTELTON BORUGH COUNCIL., Lyttelton Times, Volume XXXVIII, Issue 3646, 25 September 1872

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LYTTELTON BORUGH COUNCIL. Lyttelton Times, Volume XXXVIII, Issue 3646, 25 September 1872

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