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— ♦ The mnil monthly meeting of the Upper Athburton Road Board was held In the Board's tffioe, Tinwald, on August 26th. Present- Meecrs McLean (Chairman), Sargant and Etltt. COBBBiPONDEKCEi Oorreßponf-esoe was read ps follow a : — (1) From Mr 0. J. Hs'per, a'.atlng h:a Inability to attend the Beta's meeting, and pointing out c*rtaiu work he wished to tiring nnder tbe!r notice which r< quired attention. (2) Fc< m Registrar Ga~eia endowing forma ■ f statistics to be filled In. (3) From W. H. ShlllUo asking that bis name bo taken rff the roll for eerUln proie.tlaa sold by aim, and that the name of the purohaaer be Inssrtpd. (4) Fro:n Ashbarton Coanty Ocanol) requesting a Hat of gravel reserves planted by Ihe Board oat r.f funds provided by the Council. (5) From tbe Property T*x Commissioner forwarding a list of properties omitted from valuation roll that same may be added. (6) From District Sarvey Office, stating tbat the road had been laid cff «b asked by the Board, RKPoRTS. The OlerVa report was read and adopted. Re gravel reßerve Alford Forest Road ; It *»i resolved to ereot a fence ronnd It. Re ablngie asked for by the Wakannl "Road Board from the Racecourse gravel pit; reaolved tbat the request be grunted. In tbe matter of removal of Level Grossing near Wloslow held over from last meeting, the Board resolved tbat for the present they would take no action as to having it removed. ACCOUNTSAoootmti amount to £15 12s were passed for psjment and tbe Board adjourned.

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UPPEK ASHBURTON ROAD BOARD., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2210, 27 August 1889

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UPPEK ASHBURTON ROAD BOARD. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2210, 27 August 1889

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