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THE PROPERTY TAX.

The following is a copy of the new revised schedule under the Property Assessment Act, which has been finally adopted : Statement of all the property of me, the abovenamed, required for the purposes of The Property Assessment Act, 1875, an d the Property Assessment Act Amendment Act, 1880, and the value of my interest in such property, value of real property and freehold ... £ Leasehold and personal property and all other property belonging to me, including debts owing to me (at their estimated value), mortgages, liens, bills of sale, annuities debentures, or other securities for money, household furniture, jewellery, plate, works of art, live stock of all kinds, produce, merchandise, stock-in-trade, plant, machinery, cash, and everything else I possess, except vessels, agricultural implements in actual use, life insurance policies, shares in public companies, and any other property exempt from taxation under the above Act ... £

Deduct existing mortgages on the real property stated above, all, other debts and liabilities owing by me, for which I claim exemption, and not included in the preceding statement as to mortgages ... ... £ Net value ... ... ... £ Deduct fixed exemption... ... ... £SOO Taxable value ... ... ... £ I hereby declare that the foregoing statement is true and accurate in all the particulars stated by me according to the best of my judgment and belief. Dated this day of , 1880 . . Signature. Printed on the forms are notes explanatory as to what is freehold, leasehold, and personal property, together with the time for returning the form, which has" been extended to October 25.

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THE PROPERTY TAX. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 154, 18 September 1880

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