Daily News (Kingston, ON), Feb. 17, 1874
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p.1 City Council - will only light eastern and western dials of city clock facing the harbour and city.
- "On the petition of Wm. Power & Co., praying they may be granted in perpetuity, free from taxation, that part of Union street from a point 61 feet from the easterly limit of Ontario street to a depth of at least 16 feet, the site of a graving dock extending across Union street towards Messrs. Davidson & Doran's foundry, so as to leave a cartway between. Your committee recommend that the prayer of the petition of William Power & Co. be granted so long as the property is used for the purposes of the graving dock provided the petitioners get an Act of Parliament conferring the necessary powers."
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- Rick Neilson
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