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Mount Hutt Road Board.

The usual monthly meeting of the Board was held yesterday, all the members being present. It was decided to have a cutting at Blackford repaired and to shingle some tea chains of the Rose Hill Road. The weather not being suitable for concrete work, the question of putting up a concrete bridge at Mount Hutt was deferred. It was decided to take a legal opinion as } to the Board's position m regard to sections of which the owner qould not be found Advice of payment of thirds was received from the Receiver of I/and Revenue. The Ashburton County Council wrote, agreeing to do th.c necessary ,work on the Springfield storm water channel. The Ashburton County Gouucil wrots asking the Board to receive and pay for bicd3* heads during the winter months.— Agreed to. The Upper Ashburton Koad Board wrote re fords m the North Ashburtou Riverbed. The Clerk reported that the fords were being put m order. Accounts amounting to .£3l 17s 4d were paasj&d for p^yinenb. ft was decided" to call for enders for faHiJifif about 10.0. (irees jn thp' Methven Cometery. ■ - *a the pound, payA rate of § of a , -'•'uck. able on July 14th, was &„.

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Mount Hutt Road Board., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6588, 6 June 1905

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Mount Hutt Road Board. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6588, 6 June 1905

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