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Mem, Ehould be lonwrded to the wi low ("t Voided to allow the -Uer to atanj over, owing iv the ouiie.ituwny living v member in Ibe House at P iese . D t D - Io n OWIDg Itwaa reßo!v t d to lor we. d tbe ioto wm letter to tbe Prime Minister: fJ M ' Coudo.l heartily approves of tiie turn » that th. Governmeos has iak«u with reJe enco to the present inWnal (rouble, a'.u trusts >at their efiurLa ma, brirg ar JO ui a t )ueedy''terininatiun oi the Btnfe. Mr Wileou drew the Couticil's attention to .he bad appro*oh to the new luual ou lo Ibi oost office «t Port Levy. Mr Fieid offered to give the neceseary land iv mder to make a better grade to the officfc. It was reaolveei to oatrj■ out «be wotk a : soon ac the Labour w s available. Ihe Oierk waa inetruoted to call for tenders as iv previous years, for the coolufoot grow ing on tao road, in sections. JU was ueuidtu m»t *n owuers vi land having gone and broom growing on the rouo ironting their property shou'd be served win. a notioe to oleor tha land without delay, The financial statement showed a credu balance of £430 13s 4d. The rates receivea since last meeting totalled £237 Iβ 7d. Aoaounta passed for payment amounted to £150 9J 10d. The Btfttutory annual meeting was hold at noon, fther. Mr Ortou Biadley was re.oieotw obairßian for the )e»r.

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COUNTY COUNCIL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4354, 5 December 1913

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COUNTY COUNCIL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4354, 5 December 1913

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