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MEETINGS.

The monthly mieting qf the Tinwald Town Board was held on Friday night, there being present: Messrs- T. Williams (chairman). W. H. Bell, and T. Wilson. ■>■ .-:■ ■'; '■ „ .; - ,;/

The Minister of • Internal Affairs wrote enclosing a copy of the Government proposals concerning the peace celebrations.—The chairman reported ha had amended a conference of local bodies, "and suggested combining: with them in celebrating peace.—lt was agreed to unite. The Minister of Public Health, the Hon. G. W.. Russell, forwarded a circular letter conveying the Government's thanks to the . people of the district for 1 the assistance rendered during the recent epidemic.—Received; The Hastings Borough Council wrote enclosing' a eop/y of a resolution with regard to the selecting of Governor from the people in the Dominion, and recommending the appointment of Sir Andrew Russell.—lt was decided to take no action in the matter.

The Devonport Borough Council forwarded a copy of a resolution urging upon the Government the advisability of repatriating .as soon as possible all alien prisoners of war,' both military and civilian.—lt was decided that no action be taken.

The following alteration was made on the valuation roll:—Lot 142, D.P. .91. front J. H. Mushet to W. H. Bell. The inspector, J. Totty, /reported that the district was 'in a satisfactory state of cleanliness. Accounts amounting to £S8 14s 5d were passed for payment.

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MEETINGS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9573, 31 March 1919

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MEETINGS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9573, 31 March 1919

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