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LE BON'S BAY NEWS.

ROAD BOARD MEETING.

•Tbe usual monthly mooting of tbe Board was held on Saturday last. Present—Messrs W. G. Dalglish (chairman), F 0. Aldridge, J P, Petersen,- A. A- Macphail and A F, Leonardo, junr. The previous minutes were read and confirmed.

Spawling Contract—The following contracts on Dalglish's road wore Ipfc: K. O'Connor, 150 cubic yards at 8s ; P. Barnett, 150 cubic yards at 3s;and D. McLeod, 200ydg at 2s 6d per cubic yard. Tbe matter of spawling metal for the jetty road was left over till next meeting.

Wharf Road Improvements—Tbe clerk reported.tbafc this contract was finished, except a few chains of fencing, and the Board resolved, if tbe necessary permispion could be obtained to blind the portion metalled.

Barnett'B Road—As Mr Barnett bad given the Board permission to go on with the road tbrougb bis property before tbe legal considerations had been concluded, work bad been commenced at the two approaches. A request for the substitution of Mr Tizziard's name for his 'on the roll was received from Mr G. Hammond.

Mr F, Elliott asked tbat the rough metal on the road between his place and the pound be cracked smaller.

This was resolved upon

The rate of 916 din the pound was confirmed, and the clerk stated that a special wbarf rate of hd would be im posed tbis year. Mr C. Holstein asked that Tynan's road might be cleaved of slips which impeded traffic and tbe member? resolved to inspect same on tbe 2nd proximo. Wbarf Road—lt was reported tbat the heavy seas of last week bad dam aged tbe sea wall near tbe wbarf. and repairs were needed. 'It was resolved to inspect tbe same and go on with the work immediately. The Late Mr JT. Knight-In view of this gentleman's previous connec tion with the Board, Mr Dalglish moved that tbe Hoard's sincere sympathy be communicated to the rela tives of tbe deceased

* Tbis was carried in the customary manner.

On the motion of Mr Leonardo, seconded by Mr Macphail, tbe following accounts veeie passed for payment: — H. Elliott £2 ss, C. Anderson £9 18->, D. McLaren &1 15s 6d, P. Barnett £8 12s, clerk £7 10', D. MoLiod £8 75.6d,-F. Elliott £4 ls.

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LE BON'S BAY NEWS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3443, 2 October 1914

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LE BON'S BAY NEWS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3443, 2 October 1914

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