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ROAD BOARDS.

LE BON'S BAY

Tne usual monthiy meeting of the above Board wag held on Saturday, February 26th Present-W G Dalglish (chairman), A A Macphail, J P Patterson and A F Leonardo.

The previous minutes were read and confirmed.

Mr F G Aldridge wag granted leave of absence from the meeting owing to having undergone an amputation of his foot in the Christcburob hospital No incoming correspondence was received.

It was resolv<?d to visit a damaged culvert on ths Valley road and report. Kates—lt- was moved by J P Petferson and seconded by W G Dalglish, that all rate? nnt collected by Wednesday, March 22, incur a penalty of ten per cent. Carried. Impounding—As the whole . roads in (he district were to be repaired and

pat in and the side channels put in perfect order, it was resolved to give ' owners of stock notice that the . Ino pounding Act will ba strictly adhered to after Wednesday, March lsfc. The meeting than adjourned.

What, a cold on tbe Cleft? Bob a little "NAZOL" wberp yon f-el the tightness, and cover with wadding. Sniff a few drops through a.Nazil Inhaler. That treatment always soothes and eases.

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ROAD BOARDS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3527, 3 March 1916

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ROAD BOARDS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3527, 3 March 1916

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