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WAKANUI ROAD BOARD.

The monthly meeting of the Wakanui Boad Board was held on Faturdav. Present ; Messrs M. Bruce (chairman), J, Biovtn, andG Coe. OORBBfPONDENOB. Letters wore read— (l) From tha Returning Offioor advising the Board of tho eleotlon of Mr Goorge Ooa an a member of the Board for No 2 Ward.— (2) From the Commissioner of Orown Lands advising the Board of tbe amounts ocoruing to tbo Board under tho provisions of The Land Act m respect of Reserves 264 and 1497. — It was resolved to expend the money on the roads adjacent to the land. SURVEYORS* BBPORT.

The Surveyors' repprt was read as follows : —

Dralnoga, Harrison's Boad. — We have inspected this road with reforenco (0 an outlet for the water from Messrs Chalmers' land. We find there are several gullies running through their property, whioh m winter lime are fall of water owing to there being no outlet across the road. In one case pipes have been put across the road aod tho water allowed to tnko its natural conrno whioh is the only way to do with tbo others, We wonld reoommeni that 61a pipes be put m at eaoh place which would, we think, give tho neoeasary relief to tbe land above tho work. Tbe ford on this road requires deeponing, and a better outlet made m tbe fence for the water to get away. Drainage, Beach Ro.d. — We havealeo inspeoted the drainage of the Beaoh Road below Mr Meredith Wilson's, and find that tbero is a natural depression m the land at this point, and the orown of tha road m low. Tbo only tray we nee of gotting rid of tbe water to ty mnkiog a ford across tho roal and running it into the County water race, which would necessitate the race being deep ned

Ford, Station Reid.— This ford has been put m order by the Oonn'y Oounoil* We would draw the Board's attention to the faot that tbe stuff mcd has been soooped from the side of the road whioh bas been. left m \holeß and very uneven. The lower side of this road from the ford to Butlerick'n Boad has been ploughed, without, we believe, tho sanotion of the Board.

Buckley's Boad.—- The ooniraotor for formation of part of this road is proceed* iag with the work, and should finish about tbe end of next week. Wilson's Boad.— We have had the sides of this toad ploughed oat to destroy tbe tussocks The work requires some more attention whioh will be Riven as soon as more urgent lporks are oomplpted. This road is m very much need of shingle m places. The maintenance man's diary lies on the table for inspection. Clause I—The1 — The Surveyors to have the neooeaary work done. The remainder of the report was adopted. WAJCANUJ PBEEK. After a long discussion on the question of the maintenance of fords and bridges over tbe Wakanui CYeek it was reaolved 1 " Tlfat unless the propriptora or loegeea of the Canterbury Mills pay the present o'aitn pf #16 Ha 10d, and agree to pay t-oi* tba Deoogsary expenses m keeping the if j j I *""** m * r Wftkanui Creek bridges and io. r • .«,„ th Bpord's m ai efficient Btata for Uai uv , ° WVttl ,Z solicitor be instructed to put the law i~ force In order to prevent the Ashburton Biyor being diverted over some of the roads under tho ooutrwl of this Board to the great inconvenience of the Inhabitants of tho district."— lt was reeo ved to forward oopios of tbe resolution to tbe proprietors or»d lessees of $ho Canterbury Mils aod to the Aflbburton County Council.

BOARD'S 07FIOBRB

It was reaolved " That m order to glv? effaofc to the reonmmendatloi of the ratepayers stf expressed at the annnal meeting, Messrs Fook« and Son be notified that the Board will terminate the present engagement with them as Surveyors and Clerks to the Board at the expiration of three months from this date." NEW MEMBBIt. The Returning Oftioor was Instructed to take steps to cleat the new member for No 3 Ward as Boon as the special order has been gizstted. BATES. It' was revolved to take Immediate proceedings to recvar outatandlpg rates. KOUIINB. After trasnotlng a quantity of routine bntlnoas and pausing accounts tho Board

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WAKANUI ROAD BOARD. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2142, 4 June 1889

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