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ROAD BOARDS.

PIGEON BAY

A meeting of the above Board was held on Saturday, January Bh. Present:—Messrs J. Duxbury (chair man), J. Pitcaithly, E. Hay and D. Huiafc

Minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed,

Hr Hay explained an offer be bad from Lyttelton Harbour Board for timber at 8/ per hundred feet for iron bark reasonably sound and 10/- per hundred all sound timber.

It was resolved Mr Hay be em powered to buy up to £100 worth of timber at 10/ per hundred.

Mr Hunt brought up the question of stock grazing on roads.

It was resolved that an insertion be put in the "Akaroa Mail" that owners of ell stock grazing on the roads would be prosecuted on and after 15th January.

Mr Hay reported having put a man on tbe Zigzag for a few days..

Mr Hunt moved and Mr Pitcaithly seoonded that Mr Hay's aotion be approved. Carried.

On the motion of Mr Hunt, seconded by Mr Pitcaithly the following accounts were passed : —W. Innes £10. A. Corrigal £8 2s, R. Kelly £3 193 10d.

The Board then adjourned

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ROAD BOARDS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3512, 11 January 1916

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ROAD BOARDS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3512, 11 January 1916

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