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The annual, meeting of ratepayers was also Held in the Board's office on May Ist, there being about 12 ratepayers present and Mr Peache, .'chairman of the, Board, occupying the chair. The following balance sheet was read.

In answer to a question by Mr Tisch, the Chairman stated that the river fords Were'not let to any one. ' Mr Tisch proposed, and it was carried, that the account be passed so far as this meeting can do so before the Government AuHit. -'■ Mr W» McClimont raised the question as the Board's liability io mako entrances from the road to private property. After dome discussion the matter dropped. , A vote of thanks to the chair, and the retiring Board closed the proceedings.

ii;-- '■ £ s. d. Balance on the 31st March 1889. ...-, ... ... 682 15 0 Cash in hand ... ... 19 1 8k Rates, 1889-90 ... ... 319 7 2| Rates,-1888-89 ... ... '9311 Of Rent of cottage 19 17 0 Interest 1 on depos.it 3 0 6 Government subsidies and ratea on crown lands - 126 2 9 £1163 15 2f



.£ s d Salaries ... ... ... 78 0 0 Office Expenditure ... ... 412 6 Advertising and Printing ... 10 14 9 Law Costa ... ,„ "... 2 8 2 Miscellaneous Expenses ... 13 13 0 ■ Boads and Bridges. Maintenance... 124 3 3 Construction 623 14 0 Exchange on Cheques and Cheque Book ... ... 119 2 Balance on the3lMarch, 1890 304 10 4| 1163 15 2f

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ANNUAL MEETING OF RATEPAYERS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2424, 8 May 1890

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ANNUAL MEETING OF RATEPAYERS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2424, 8 May 1890

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