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Mount Hutt Road Board.

The usual inqnthly meeting held on Thursday, 9th instant.,. Present—Messrs McMillqin, IfibM, apd Qc-imeron, It was decided tq call for tenders to bo sent iji within fourteen days for cutting and fords at Blackford; also to call for tenders for next meeting of the Board for schingling about twenty chains of the Railway Road at Lauriston, arid for repairs to Back Track and Chertsey Road ; also to arrange with the contractor at M rork on the High Bank Road to remove the drift- soil near Mr Henderson's. Mr Knight was granted permission to erect a verandah m fro,nt of his store. It was resolved to advertise the Board's intention of striking a rate of £d m the pound for tho current year. , Correspondence was read and received-— From Mr Thomas Moreland respecting shingle pit; Mr R. Maekay regarding rates. j \ from the County Council m refcwnoe to poisoned grain; and frqm the same covet' ing refund qf moneys expended m repairs to [ Rakaia Corge cuttings. ? Accounts amounting to £118 9s 4d were 1 pased for payment. ■. Mr $, Bhick'jS tender for res;l^^giing the. West Coast Road at Is 2Jd per yard j Mr J. Blair's foX r.e.al-\mglin,g Cliertsey Road,' near Metliycn, a,t lid per yard; Mjr^;' Devery's fpj ishingling Chertsey Be^d;, npai

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Mount Hutt Road Board., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2543, 14 October 1890

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Mount Hutt Road Board. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2543, 14 October 1890

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