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The monthly meeting of the Okain's Bay Road Board was held on Saturday, November 21; present—Messrs J. R. Thacker (chairman); A. T. Mason, A. W. Coffin and H. McHalo. The minuteß of the previous meet ing having been confirmed, correspondence was read— From the Pigeon Bay Road Board, asking upon what terms tbe Board's pile driving machine could be obtained. It was decided that the use of the pile engine be granted, the Pigeon Bay Road Board to pay cost of transit and return tbe plant in good order. From the Horoebush. Brick Co. re some deduction made on its account. Tbis matter was left for the chair* man to settle when next in town,

Mr Mcll'iin rnportrfd having some repairs done nn the Cborlton rotid and on the Rapu road. Mr Coffin reported . _spm'a mire, d image done by a heavy sea to tbej .Jetty road, and it would be necessary to sue ie t.o a-, once, or considerable expense might"; be incurred, He h*d also procured, some hluegum timber for rppiirs to the skew bridge and gome culvert*, all being now rdDaired. It was arranged that the Ok.ain's members co'j.'d see to the Jetty road repairs forthwith. Tbe clerk was instructed to take steps to get the outstanding rates in Accounts wore passed for payment to the amount £55 12?, and the Board rose.

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OKAIN'S BAY ROAD BOARD., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3457, 1 December 1914

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OKAIN'S BAY ROAD BOARD. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3457, 1 December 1914

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