A COMMITTEE of the City Council has been sitting for some time upon the expediency of altering the duplicate names of certain streets within the city. The following is the report : —The committee recommend that in answer to the residents of Edinburgh-street (Karangabape) re alieration of names, the street retain its present name.—The committee made the alterations as annexed : Iyarancjaliape Wakd.—Albert street to be Gladstone street, Duke street to be Karaka street, Edinburgh street (stet), Lnndon street to be Oxford street, Dublin street to be Cobden street, Oxford street to be Pitt street (continued), Blake street to be Macaulay street, Brown street to be Carlyle street, Eden street to be Manning street, East street (stet), George street to b-j Arney street, York street (stet). Pomso>"hy Ward.—Duko street to be Rata street, East street to be Bulwer street, Grattan street to be Sentinel street, O'Connell street to be O'Neill street, Prospect Terrace to be Church street, Spring street to be Summer street, Jervois street to be .Jcrvois road, road (north) to be Heme Bay road, Grace streKt to be Vermont street, Edinburgh street to be Dunedin street, Harbour Terrace to be Gordon Terrace, Sheridan street to be Clifford street, Greenwood street to be Nixon street, Wyndham street to be Fitzroy street, William street to be Costley street, Wharf road to be Waitangi road, Exmouth street to be Beatrice street, York street to be Mira street. Grafton" Wakd. —Regent street to be Arawa street, Nugent street (stet), Kent street to be Avon street, Eden Place to be Severn street. Sooth Ward—New street to be Totara street, William street to be Hayden street. North Ward.—West Queen street to be Swanson street, " Queen street" to remain as at present, from wharf to Karangabape road. Upper Queen street, frum Karangahape road to its termination southwards, to be called Stafford street. The report was adopted.
There were in the lock-up last evening five persons on charges of drunkenness — three mci and two women; and Michael Stanton, on a charge of assaulting Georgina Westlake, as well as beinc; guilty o£ a breach of the Vagrancy Act, by using indecent language in a public place.
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STREET NAMING., New Zealand Herald, Volume XX, Issue 6738, 22 June 1883
STREET NAMING. New Zealand Herald, Volume XX, Issue 6738, 22 June 1883
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