UPPER ASHBURTON ROAD
The monthly meeting held on Saturday was attended by Messrs J. Tucker (chairman), J. Farrell, H. J. C. Harper, and A. Horsey.
The Minister of Public Health wrote thanking the people of the district for the assistance rendered in connection with the influenza epidemic.—Received.
The Minister of Public Health wrote suggesting that a special " clean-up week " should be arranged for in view of the possibility of a recrudescence of the" influenza epidemic.—Received.
It was agreed to fall in with the Borough Council and other bodies in connection with the celebration of peace. It was sug-rested that the board defray portion of the cost of providing lunch for the school children from the Upper Ashburton Road Board district on the children's day in connection with the- celebrations, and it was agreed to make a recommendation to that effect to the executive.
The following alterations on the roll were approved:—F. Clark to J. I Harris, lot's 15-16, D.P. 4054, pt. U.S. [6422; H. Muirhead to J. T. Meaelem, ipt 4 D.P. 243; A. McG. Christie to A. Christie, lot 118, D.P. 236: Mrs M. Nevin to F. Clark, lot 160, D.P. 236; T: J. and M. E. Meaelem to A. E. Frew, lots 27-32, D.P. 1494; T. J. Meaelem to A. E. Frew, lots 8-10, 11, D.P. 4045, and lots 5 and 6, D.P. 4003; James Cow to W. H. Simmons, lot 121, D.P. 236: R. Bird to J. H. Kerr, lot xis. D.P. 236; Mrs M. Cow to Mrs M. J. McCormick, pt. lot 2, D.P. 3821, lot 3. D.P. 3821, and lot 1, D.P. 4650. The Returning Officer was- instructed to make arrangements for the general election of members on May. 1. The "annual meeting was fixed for May 3. _, Accounts amounting to £108 8s 2d, were passed for payment. j
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9580, 7 April 1919
MEETINGS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9580, 7 April 1919
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