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Lyttelton Times, Volume IV, Issue 185, 22 July 1854, Page 12
PUBLIC NOTICE. TTOLDERS of Depasturing Licenses in -*-*- the Province of Canterbury, outside th c Canterbury Block, are hereby required to send in to this Office, on or before the 30th day of September next, a Return * (according to the form contained in the schedule hereunto annexed) of all Cattle in their possession on the Ist day of the said month of September, in compliance with the Government Regulations which provide for the Assessment to be levied on stock kept upon any Waste Lands of the Crown. And Notice is Hereby Given, —That the Commissioner of Crown Lands will be prepared on the Ist day of October next, to issue Licenses in the form directed by the Government Regulations to parties entitled to the same. No License already issued will be renewed or confirmed, unless the party holding the same, has, in the Province on or before the said Ist of October, the number of stock required by the regulations for the country for which such License has been granted, and all runs not so stocked will be forfeited and allotted according to priority of application. William Guise Bhutan, Commissioner of Crown Lands, Canterbury. Land Office, Christchurch, 21st June, 1854. 2 ..-|.| 2 ° 5 MS jj _ . . | .— *enug ! >- „; ' H . * > ±r g S3 fri ■ ■ 'SJBOa ,' £ t- . S a a ° 5 1 T 1 t I S h ■" qs ■ ■ §l .5 5 ~—i —§<s 13 -sassy ,' J Hg ■ i — : I § O " " "O- .- ' : — g-g Bo . •§ ■s^SJO^ =3 S OQ» 5 O g P3" J°H I | & m ■ — ' " t =>> wo g=S • a ° <B "a « ■« S w S -C g 3 v o ll^ 302 % m «n, . S: § —?ri "" a Note. —*The New Zealand Crown Lands' Ordinance/Session X., No. 1, enacts " If any person sball fail to make or cause to be made suck Beturn at the time so appointed, or shall omit to deposit the same with a Commissioner in manner hereby required, he shall forfeit and pay for every such offence any sum not less than 40 sliillings, nor more than £20, to be recovered in a summary way, and if any person shall knowingly make any false statements, in any such return, he shall forfeit and pay for every such offence any sum not less than £50, nor more than £100/' &c, &c. To Holders of Pasturage Licenses within the Canterbury.. Block. T^TOTICE is hekebt given that all -*-^ Runs granted for the depasturing of Stock within the Canterbury Block will be considered as open for re-selection unless the license for the same be renewed by payment of the rent within one month after it has become due. "William Guise Bhutan, Commissioner of Crown Lands, Province of Canterbury. Land Office, Christchurch, April 4th, 1854 . _ HOTICE. IyiTESSRS. ELLIS and GARTNER, -"-^-respectfully request that all parties indebted to them will pay tlieir respective amounts to Mr. Geo. Gould, who is duly authorised to receive the same; and all parties having any claims against the above are requested to send them in tobe examined and if correct discharged.