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Tinwald Town Board.

The monthly meeting of the Tinwald Town Board was held on Friday, August 29th, 1890. Present: —Messrs Scott (chairman), Williams, and Gates. The action of the Chairman m accepting 1 the tender of J. Griffin for shingling footpaths m McMurdo and Thompson streets, and forming footpath from Carter's terrace to traffic bridge, was approved. Mr Heseltine wrote asking the Board to put down kerbing m front of his premises, and offering to pay half the cost of same. The Board was of opinion that datum pegs should be put down before any further permanent work to footpaths was done, and the Clerk was instructed to see Mr Heseltine m the matter. Mr J. F. Butler wrote asking the Board to open up continuation of Wilkin Street.—The Clerk to interview Mrs Butler and report to next meeting. The matter of forming and shingling part of Thomp»on Street from Graham's Road to Johnston Street, and part of Agnes Street from Thompson Street to McMurdo Street,as asked for by Mr T, W. Williams at lasfc meeting of the Board, was left over till next meeting for the new Board to deal with. After passing accounts for £12 19s the Board adjourned.

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Tinwald Town Board., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2510, 5 September 1890

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Tinwald Town Board. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2510, 5 September 1890

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