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UPPER ASHBURTON ROAD BOARD.

The usual monthly meeting of this Board was held in the Board's ofiioo, Tinwald, on April 29tb, 1889. Present— Messrs MoLean (ohairman), Sargent, and Campbell. Correspondence was read as follows :— From the Resident-Engineer of New Zealand Railways. Christohurcb, stating that the sum of £4 would be the oost to the Board of the removal of the level crossing near Winslow. Resolved that the clerk write to Mr Wilson informing him that the B,oard would pay their qhare of the removal' pf the orpsßing provided the L'ongbeaoh'Boad Board would do the same. I— From General Survey Ofl?oe forwarding maps of Canterbury runs to-be exhibited jn some publio place in tho offioe. — From Mr D, Oliver and others drawing the attention of the Board to the bad state of a portion of tho road near the willows on Mr MoLean's property, and asking that the same be repaired. It was decided that the necessary Wl?rk bs done as Boon as possible. — From AshburtOD County Oounoil requesting that the TtHedtorftl 1 1101l Ashburton Biding be allowed to be on' view at the Boards office. From the Audjtor-.Qenoral enclosing the Board's balanoe Hbeot for the year ended §Ut Maroh, 1889, duly oertifled. The Clerk's report was reoeived and read. It was resolved to call tho annual meeting of ratepayers for Tuesday, tho 7th day of May at noon, Aooounts amounting to £42 ss 7d were passed for payment and the Board adjourned.

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UPPER ASHBURTON ROAD BOARD. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2123, 1 May 1889

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