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•The monthly meeting of the Tinwald Town Board was held on Friday! Present — Messrs J. Clark (Chairman), M. Scot:, T. Williams, and C. Tepnpon.

The Chairman reported that tenders had been called for reforming and shingling part of McMurdo street, and the lowest tender, that of C. Connor, was accepted. The action was approved.

The Surveyor reported that he had made arrangements for the culvert to be made and put m across the Great South Road at Johnston street, aad the work would be gone on with at once.

Mr E. Cuthbert wrote advising the Board of the sale of certain of his sections m the town.

The Chairman declared Mr B. Ede's seat on the Board vacant, owing to his non-attendance, and the Returning Officer was instructed to take steps to fill the vacancy. The Surveyor was instructed to have dangerous holes on the sides of the Laghmor road filled m; also to have a footbridge at the junction of Melcombc and Graham streets made passable.

After passing an account the Board adjourned

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TINWALD TOWN BOARD Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2218, 5 September 1889

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