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The Campbciltown Council held their usual meeting- on Monday, 2nd inst., there being present His Worship the Mayor (Mr G. A. Wheal U-r) and Crs. Hinchey, McPhail, Valentine, I). McKenzie, Parsons, Nichol, and "Walker. A property owner wrote asking the Council not to insist on con. demned building being demolished. To be informed that the matter had already been placed in solicitor s hands to take action. E. Roberts, civil engineer, wrote, apologising for delay in forwardingreport on scheme for water supply. Explanation being satisfactory, to be informed of the date of the next Council meeting-.. S.F.M. Co. wrote asking permission to be allowed to stack timber temporarily on side of Gore street. —Granted, subject to the Company indemnifying the Council against- any claim for damage or injury caused by accident. Several complaints having been made through false alarms of lire, decided that the police be asked to keep a sharp look-out for future offenders. Decided to at once form paths of Onslow, Bradshaw, and Palmer sts., and to authorise Works Committee to engage the necessary labour ; to give the contractor an order to crush bOO additional cubic yards of metal ; to put extra hand on to dean some of the ditches requiring- immediate attention. Inspector was instructed to sue an owner for allowing a horse to wander at large. Accounts amounting to Vbß 2s referred to Finance Committee. *

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MUNICIPAL., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 21, 7 September 1907

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MUNICIPAL. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 21, 7 September 1907

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