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Image from page 144 of “Natal province : descriptive guide and official hand-book” (1911)
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Title: Natal province : descriptive guide and official hand-book
Year: 1911 (1910s)
Authors: Tatlow, A.H South African Railways. Publicity Dept
Publisher: Durban, Natal : South African Railways Printing Works
Contributing Library: Robarts – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto
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borough,including town lands, comprises about 45 square miles. The estimated population is 28,000 : comprising Europeans, Natives,Indians, and other coloured races. The municipality is divided into eight wards, and its affairs areadministered by a mayor and fifteen councillors. Its representation in theUnion Parliament is two members. The rateable amount of the boroughproperties for the year 1909-10 amounted to £3,329,770. The General Ratewas 3sd., and the Water Rate id. in the £. The municipal revenue for theyear ending 31st July, 1909, was £320,881 (including a loan of £200,000), andthe expenditure £169,523 (including Capital expenditure £36,069, Loan redemption£23,000). Assets, £1,928,397: liabilities, £1.207.514. The streets in the city are mostly all macadamised, and the footpaths inthe main thoroughfares well paved with concrete flags. A feature of theresidential streets is that they are lined with trees which afford welcomeshade, besides forming cool and leafy drives.
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Ill tl W11 i ich undertakin i in thit he municipalil / I rom I heStation a1 tlradiates to thi / and nplete n(and ample supplyand priva An i pic 1 in I. been laid down 0 / * t^^D Municipal Buildings. Pieter-maritzburg (Mk^Z 1.—Church Street 2.—Interior of Main Hall municipality. The cars traverse the two principal streets, Church Street andCommercial Road. From the Town Hall, which is situated in the centre ofthe city, at the intersection of Church Street and Commercial Road, the carsproceed to the railway station and thence to the Botanical Gardens, this routeserving the residents in the suburbs of Prestbury, Mayors Walk and ZwaartkopValley. Residents at Scottsville, and on the Town Hill, are well provided for,and the route to Scottsville takes in the racecourse and the new golf links. A 126
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