The Mount Herbart County Council met on Monday last, at Purau ; prs Bent—Messrs 0. Bradley (f-hairman), A. R. Fleming, L. M. ■■ Wilson. Q 0 Manson,"l. Hunter, P. Ban ford and R. Allen.
The North Canterbury Hospital and Charitable Aid Board, wrote stating that the levy for the year amounted io £271 6s sd. Messrs Jameson and Son wrote rfgarding fencing (he road boundary of tbe property of the late Archdeacon Cholmondeley. Permission was granted subject to the approval of the work by the Council. Mr Gordon Holmes, Pigeon Bay, wrote regarding road to Severn 1 p-o f > critics at the Bay. Tbe matter was left in the hands of tbe Port Levy members to carry out. Mr Geo»ge Steele, Port Levy, wrote asking permission to fence up to the road formation. Permission was given. Mc Full movt'd that toe'general rate for the Por: Levy tiding for the ensuing year should be £d in th« £, and for Port Victoria /idingfd in tbe £, upon all rateable properties The motion was carried.
Mr Allen'3 motion that Section IX. of tbe by lav? regulating motor traffic throughout the county should be re pealed, was allowed to sand over pend ing the decision of the formation of the new road from Charteris Bay along the sea froiu.
Mr Manson moved that the Council should obtain tbe probable cost of forming aixty chain* along the beach road from Cbartem Bay to Anderson's Hill. It was decided to get a survey of the locality and cb Gain thn COSt.
The Clerk Wat instructed to call for tenders for earning 700 yards of metal at Port Levy and Purau. It was de cidtd to purchase another draught horse for Port Levy riding The clerk was instruoted to obtain the usual quantity of poisoned wheat.
The financiaj statement showed a credit balance at the bank £623 8a Gd Accounts amounting to £147 71 were passed for payment.
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COUNTY COUNCILS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4403, 9 June 1914
COUNTY COUNCILS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4403, 9 June 1914
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