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MEETINGS.

COLDSTRfcAM ROAD' BOARD.

A meeting of the Coklstream Road Board was neid on Thursday last, those present being Messrs \V. H. Stevens (.Chairman;, VV. Jewell, \\. -aeiveiige,' v. sihaw, and H. "Willis.

Jibloib- commencing- the business. Mi" fcjvovens mentioned the death or tlieir late chairman, Mr M. G. itich, and a motion of sympathy was carried m silence.

The Minister of Public Health wrote expressing thanks oi vne Government to governing bodies for assistance during recent epidemic, and a suggestion that a special "clean-up" week s'houM be arranged.—Received.

The Minister of Defence wrote enclosing reply to County Council! on the question of military training.—Received. .

The Minister of Internal Affairs wrote dealing with the question of "Peace Celebrations," ana containing full instructions r<e subsidy and local control of funds.—The matter was dealt with fully by the Board, and it was resolved, as Lowcliffe, Ealing, and Hinds intend to celebrate locally, to make a grant.to each, plus Government subsidy. For this purpose the sum of £30 was set aside, and the same amount to meet subsidy.—The clerk was instructed to writ© to , the committees pointing out that according to the conditions set forth by the Minister of Internal Affairs, every claim for a subsidy must be supported •by a detailed statement of expenditure.

Accounts for £70 were passed for payment.- *

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MEETINGS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9592, 23 April 1919

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MEETINGS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9592, 23 April 1919

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