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Tinwald Town Board.

The first meeting of the newly elected Commissioners of the Tinwald town district was held on Friday. Present— Messrs Scott, Williams, Gudsell, and Redmayno. The Clerk took the chair, and reported the result of the triennial election held on the 17th.inst., and said the first business^ would be the election of chairman. Mr Williams proposed, Mr Gudsfjll j .seconded, aud it Avas carried, " That} Mr M. Scott bo elected Chairman of the Board." Mr Scott then took the chair, and thanked the members for re-electing him. The minutes of the last meeting Avere read and confirmed. The Surveyor was instructed to report to next meeting the cost of putting cloavii datum pegs, so that any formation, or other Avork undertaken should be done to the proper level. Owing to there being no funds avail-Able, the matter of forming parts of Thomson and Agnes streets was left over till the autumn. Mr G. T. Smith wrote that he had sold Lots 430 to 455 to Mrs Joseph Clark, and asked that his name should be taken off the Valuation Roll m respect of those sections.—Agreed to. It was resolved "That the chairman and any one member of the Board should operate on the banking account.'' ■ Resolved "That the next meeting be held on Friday, October 24th, instead of the 31st. After passing accounts the Board adjourned.

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Tinwald Town Board., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2531, 30 September 1890

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Tinwald Town Board. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2531, 30 September 1890

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