CC Madhya 16.20

sabāra sarva-kārya karena, dena vāsā-sthāna
śivānanda jāne uḍiyā-pathera sandhāna
Word for word: 
sabāra — of all of them; sarva-kārya — everything necessary to be done; karena — he does; dena — gives; vāsā-sthāna — residential places; śivānanda — Śivānanda; jāne — knows; uḍiyā-pathera — of the roads in Orissa; sandhāna — the junctions.
Translation: 
Śivānanda Sena took care of all the necessities the devotees required. In particular, he made arrangements for residential quarters, and he knew the roads of Orissa.