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Lyttelton Times, Rōrahi VI, Putanga 356, 2 Paengawhāwhā 1856, Page 9
SALE OF TOWN RESERVES. Provincial Secretary's Office, Chrislchurch, 28th, Nov. 1855. PUBLIC NO I ICE. HIS Honor the Superintendent di reels it to he notified for public information, that the Town Reserves of Christchi. oh are open for Sale on the following terms; and that a Map signed by the Provincial Engineer, may be seen during Office hours, in the Provincial Secretary's Office, Chrislchurch, setting forth the Sections into which the land will be divided for the purpose of sale, with a list attached, describing the number, measurement, contents, and upget price of every Section. 1. Every person desirous of purchasing any p-'tion of the Town Reserves must make a written application, addressed to the Provincial' Secretary, stating the section or sections which he or she is desirous of purchasing, and describing the same by reference to the number on the Map and List above referred to. 2. Land so applied for will he put up a Public Auction, at the upset price specified on the List, not being less than after the rate of Fifty Pounds per acre, 3. Anj' number of sections comprised in one block, and named in one application, not exceeding five acres, will be put up to Auction as one lot. 4. In every case of purchase of land not exceeding half an acre, a deposit of Ten per cent, of the purchase money must be paid at the Auction, and the remainder within one week thereafter, at the end of which period if the purchase be not completed, the Section will be again immediately put up to Auction and the deposit forfeited. 5. Any quantity of land exceeding half an acre may be acquired either by absolute purchase on payment of the purchase money in manner provided by the 4th term of sale, or by lease, the lessee undertaking to purchase the land on the following terms, viz.: —Ten per cent, of the purchase money to be paid at the Auction, —thirty per cent, within three years thereafter, —the remainder on or before the expiration of the lease. The lease to be for a term of years not exceeding Seven, at an annual rent of Seven per cent, on the unpaid portion of the purchase money, and to contain, in addition to those implied under the Conveyancing Ordinance covenants by the lessee for the payment of the purchase money as above mentioned, power to be reserved to the Lessor to re-enter on breach of any of the Lessee's covenants. 6. The purchaser may obtain his conveyance, or lease, as the case may be, and -nay be put in possession, on payment of £]. 7. Auctions will be held from time to lime, at such time and place, and subject to sudi further Conditions of Sale as the Superintendent may direct, of all which due public notice will le given. Joseph Bjrittan, Provincial Secretary. K°tice to Newly Arrived Immigrants. Provincial Secretary's Utfiee, Clnistcliuicli, August 28th, 1855 "NJOTICE is Hereby Given, that if any Immigrants wliu have given -Promissory A" t; s in part payment of assisted passages to iv<; I'roviuce, ami of which payment will be requiicd a year after the date of tlieir landing, are willing to pay the whole or any pail of tlicirenb'l.Ueiiß'iits before that time, they will be allowed ;i discount as follows:— Within 3 mouths aflor landing, 10 percent. Wiiliin (5 months after landing, 5 per cent, ttiymenis to be made to the Provincial Treasurer, Christchurch. By His Honor's Command, Joski'h Bhutan, Provincial Secretary.