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ROAD BOARDS.

OKAIN'S BAY.

The monthly meeting of the Okain'a Bay Road Board was held on March 18th. Present—Mfßsra A. T. Mason, A. W. Coffin and A, H. Mcintosh.

©An apology was received for the absence of the chairman, Mr J, R Thacker.

| HMr Mcintosh apologised for the absence of Mr McHale, end one month's leave of absence wis granted to him.

jgliOn the motion of Mr Coffin, aec <nded by Mr Mason was voted to the chair,

was read from the Bonk of New Zealand, enclosing form for authority to operate on the Board's account, and a reaolution was carried authorising any two members with tbe clerk to sign cheques, eto,

HI Mr Coffin moved tbat a notice bo posted to the effect that any person using wheeled sledges on the Okain's Bay Road Board district will be prosecuted under terms of the Public Works Act.

Seconded by Mr Mason and carried. ; Mr Mcintosh was autbomed to order sufficient totara timber to renew three bridges on the Little Akaloa Flat Road.

Mr Mason was authorised to get dma on tbe Back road cleared out before tho winter.

Accounts-to the of £15 Gd wert passed for payment and the Board rtHO

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Bibliographic details

ROAD BOARDS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3409, 26 March 1915

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ROAD BOARDS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3409, 26 March 1915

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