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ROAD BOARDS.

LISBON'S BAY. The monthly meeting of the Board was held on Saturday laar, Mr W. G, Dalglisb presiding over a full attendance of members, The previous minutes were read and confirmed. Correspondence was read:— From Minister of Finance re district allocation of war tax Disoussion of the same was left over till farther notice from the Department. From Meareß and Williams re Barnett's Road exchange. The Clerk had followed the instrutiong, and was aeked to write to the solicitors to see if the toad closing bad received the Governors consent.

From Messrs Anderson and Barnett asking for an inc f " s «" : n «•»"" n™<v~ to the ruling prioea oi wiiia.u«i. lt i>, horse feed etc, being materially above normal. The Board decided to as certain what other bodies had done in the matter and consider the appli cation at its next meeting. The committee deputed to attend to crushing affairs reported that work was going on most satisfactorily and that 1000 yds would be about the a* mount to be crushed. It was resolved to give the ranger notice and to cull for. fresh application Dalglish's road:—lt was resolved to blind the metal on this road. Accounts amounting to £83 17s Id. were passed for payment. The meeting then adjourned till the 24tb inbt.

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ROAD BOARDS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3451, 16 April 1915

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ROAD BOARDS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3451, 16 April 1915

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