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MOUNT HERBERT COUNTY COUNCIL.

The monthly meeting of tbe Mfc. Her bare County Council, was held on Monday in tas Council Chamber?, Purau. Present Messr. O. Bradley (chairman), A, R Fleming G Steele, L. M Wilson, Q 0. Manson, I. Hunter, J. A. Gellety, and R. Allen. Correspond ence was received from tbe Board or Agricul. ture regarding the Noxious Weed Act.'partioi ularly wi h reference to the Californian thistle. The Clerk was instructed to reply that the Council approved of the Act being en. forced throughout the country in its entirety From tbe Canterbury Automobile Association offering to supily signboards st places c. quired throughout th co 'ntry, if the Co noil would undertake to erect them. The Council agreed to do bo. From the cbauman < i the Belgion Fund, inviting the oo operation of the Council regarding the Jortbcoming Harvest Festival, to be held in March n aid of the Fund. Tbe clerk wai appointed 11 organise a scheme, in order to collect money and kind throughout the country. The Ccuncil gave its patronage to the Sports Club aid Flower Show to be held on Thursday, February llth, .n the Governor's Bay Domain. Tbe financial statement showed a credit balance at tfa« bank of £552 lis 7d.

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MOUNT HERBERT COUNTY COUNCIL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3475, 5 February 1915

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MOUNT HERBERT COUNTY COUNCIL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3475, 5 February 1915

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