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Mount Hutt Road Board.

(FROM OUR OWN CO-RESPONDENT,) The usual monthly meetingjof the Board waa held on Thursday, May 15th.: Present—Messrs W. McMillan, D. Cameron, J. Hibbs, J. Johnston and M. T. Browne. The Clerk read a letter from the Returning Officer, stating that Messrs W. McMillan and M. T. Browne had been elected members of the Board. Mr McMillan was unanimously re-elected Chairman. i It was resolved that Mr Johnston and the Clerk inspect the Railway' road, and arrange as to what work should 'be done on it before the winter. It was decided te have repairs made on Thompson's. Track, and also on the Railwayl Road I between Lauriston and Sherwood.. Correspondence Was read:—From Mr Mainwaring, . covering account of", election expenses, and from the same -.resigning position of Returning Officer. It was', resolved that Mr Mainwaring's resignation be accepted and chat Mr Alington be appointed Returning Officer for the Board. From Mr G. Church, re shingle. It was decided that the-Clerk should see Mr Church,'and endeavour to arrange for the purchase of a pit. ; From the Treasury advising payment of money accrued on sale of deferred payment : lands. From Mr Cameron re] roads through his property. It was decided that nothing could be done till the Chief Surveyor's decision in the matter was received. Accounts amounting to £50 15s 8d were passed for payment., It was resolved to place £500 on deposit for six months, and £200 on deposit for three months. . ■ 1 Methven, May 15. i '

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Mount Hutt Road Board., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2432, 17 May 1890

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Mount Hutt Road Board. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2432, 17 May 1890

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