Default

Default

This article displays in one automatically-generated column. View the full page to see article in its original form.

Surveyors,. Civil Engineers, &c. [a card.] C. Hastings Bridge, SURVEYOR, And Licensed under Land Transfer Act. Office : Hobbs and Co.’s new Buildings, High street, second floor, Christchurch. MR. HARDY JOHNSTON, CIVIL ARCHITECT, afrp. Attthoki.sed and Licensed iE&eveyoe, VALUER AND ARBIJIRA^OR, Is prepared to execute Suryeysi'Engineering and Architectural Designs, Estimates, -and Reports, and Value Property in town or country atjthe following tariff of charges, exclusive of ttfcxellihg expenses. SURVEY. CHARGES. For any fractional part of an acre, and not exceeding five acrWy'tWo guineas. » Exceeding* and under twenty-five acres, three guineas; Exceeding twenty-five acres and under fifty acres, three guineas for the first twenty-five acres, and one shilling per acre for balance. Exceeding fifty acres and under one hundred acres, fcur guineas for the first fifty acres, and one shilling per acre for balance. Exceeding cne hundred acres and under five hundred acres, five guineas for the first one hundred acres, and ninepence per acre for balance. Exceeding five hundred acres and under five thousand, ninepence per acre for the first five hundred acres, and sixpence per acre for balance. For sub-dividing into allotments carefully pegged and numbered, the charge, in addition to the above would be two shillings fhi each town allotment comprising any ft actional part of an acre, and two shillings and sixpence for each suburban or rural section comprising one acre and upwards.

The. above .charges do not apply to very hilly or. broken country, or to “ bush ” land, in which case fromtwepty-five to fifty per cent, would 4 have to be added in proportion to the difficulties met with ia'the, country to be surveyed* and also in discovering tn%,boundaries of ffie Crown Grants. ’ '■'fe. fair copies of the u suryey mounted ■ piper, together with?! ence, if required,, lirill, be furnish of ten per cent, ’qp, the' cost qt the| ■All surveys will be cairjed-qtit i imaccordance with%he piles, ani iSied by the ance of the Survey ;D|jpartmeis ment, and will be.cerUfied'tp as bemjjcotrectr : The charge per .day would be *t4rb guineas clear of tha'f Stodelof payment!, ’CT, , . ■ ENGINEtSRING CHARGES. ‘ J ' In making surveys of landr far-.' engineering purposes, such, for instance, as thp.drainage or or irrigation of districts of iae'Jdtainage or water 'supply; of 'towna,- construction of railways, common roads and bridges; canals, ft**!* river improvements," &c., 'the charges would be for plans, design, estimate, report, &c , at the rate of three per cent/*On the total estimated cost of the proposed work if under ,£5,000; above and undgfc.£lO,Ooo, three per cent, on the first£j£ooo!aiid tii«oanjj| Afcalf percent, on the balance ; above £tspoo and under £2o,ooo,'two aqd a liSPlierj.ceDt. on the first £IO,OOO, andtwoper ceh't.~on the balance, and so on lessening in proportion ,Jo the extent of the estimated cost on thep,ropose(b IrWOrk— Tfi»«hnlov«<t--t>v-the~*tav " *■ " jfall. *“■ ■would he three guineas clear of all expefi f ARCHITECTURAL CIJ^GES; | In furnishing dcsigns and 4, Wf estimated cost, &q.^g^t6tt(gfe , #a'nd villa residences, shop fboritilwTOrehouses, banks, public ; buildings,,. &c., &c., the charge would be from [five to t*> and a half per cent, in proportion to fthe estimated cost of the budding. I VALUATIONS. , | House frand* landed property, agriculturalachinery, tools, and effects, railway plant, and very description of engineering- and building terial, plant, &c,, &c., valued on equally sorjable terms as above. ', T. M. HARDY JOHNSTON, C.'E., amber of the Institution of gineerSj Jjondbn. ' Offices—Sydenham Chambers, * Hereford street* Christchurch. 672 Business Notices e£DS HOTJSE FOR BOYS’ TWEED SUITS AT 4a. 6d. m EEDSiHOUSE FOR MENS’ PAGEfI 1 COATS, 1 BOUND EDGES, AT 15s. 6d. . • IT BEDS HOUSE FOR MEN’S TWEED %i TRfMgSERS AND VESTS, AT -*— m — m. * T BEDS HOUSaIFOR MEN’S'GERMan tweej) troughs, at BEDS HOUSE FOR MEN’S TWEED IfUITS, AT 26b. LEEDS HOUSE pOR STYLISH HATS?*- •■ - • , - / Le#ds CASHEL STREET, dpgoaite the Pres&JOffice)** [STCHTCTROH. w s Oireaf) FURHIfURI AND B«DDIN& U FACX ORY XoORE STREET** ASHBURTON. "V?. V * , * » * V ' • ■ - - ; * article Sold at Glifistcliun , -j —~“' and guaranteed best 1 material i. „a l a CHEAPLY & ELY JTJENISHED w MOORESIB Dr Fitzpatrick, BOOT AND SHOE , MAKER, FOWLBE’a BpmpjfGSj Tancked ■‘S *• ' ••ASHBCKT©H. , 1 LL* deßcriptidruf of Boots and Shoei made 'to f csder, at reasonable HANIEL FITZPATRICK.

This article text was automatically generated and may include errors. View the full page to see article in its original form.
Permanent link to this item
Bibliographic details
Word Count
681

Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 232, 3 January 1881

  1. New formats

    Papers Past now contains more than just newspapers. Use these links to navigate to other kinds of materials.

  2. Hierarchy

    These links will always show you how deep you are in the collection. Click them to get a broader view of the items you're currently viewing.

  3. Search

    Enter names, places, or other keywords that you're curious about here. We'll look for them in the fulltext of millions of articles.

  4. Search

    Browsed to an interesting page? Click here to search within the item you're currently viewing, or start a new search.

  5. Search facets

    Use these buttons to limit your searches to particular dates, titles, and more.

  6. View selection

    Switch between images of the original document and text transcriptions and outlines you can cut and paste.

  7. Tools

    Print, save, zoom in and more.

  8. Explore

    If you'd rather just browse through documents, click here to find titles and issues from particular dates and geographic regions.

  9. Need more help?

    The "Help" link will show you different tips for each page on the site, so click here often as you explore the site.

Working