Surveyors, Civil Engineers, &c.. [a card.] C.: Hastings Bridge, SED SU EVE YOB, And Licensed wilder Land Transfer Act. I Office : Hobbs and Co. ’s new Buildings, i High.streety second floor, Christchurch. : ' ■ V 1 , ‘ 675
MR.,; HARDY JOHNSTON, CIVIL ENGINEER AND | ARCHITECT, Authorised and Licensed Surveyor, j . . VALUER AND ARBITRATOR, ils prepared 4o execute Surveys, Engineering and Architectural Designs, Estimates,‘and Reports, and Value Property in town . or countryat the following tariff of charges, ’ exclusive of travelling expenses, j ;; t SURVEY CHARGES. | Forany fractional part Of an acre, and not ;exceeding, five acres,.two guineas. ft : ~■, I Exceeding five :acres,and under twentyrfiye ; acres, three guineas. ' Exceeding, twentyrfive acres and under fifty laches, three guineas for the first' twenty-five I acres,, and one shilling per* acre for balance. | . Exceeding, fiftyaqres and under one hundredj a'cres,, four guineas for the first fifty acres, and' I one shilling per acre for balance. [j ' Exceeding one hiihdreit acres and under five I hundred acres, five guineas for the first one ihundred acres, and ninepcnce per .acre for. ; balance. . : j Exceeding five hundred acres ahd under five thousand, nirieperide per acre for the first five ; Hundred acres, and - sixpence per acre for I balance. - j Tor, sub-dividing into allotments carefully ■ pegged and numbered, the charge, in addition itb fhe above would be two shillings'for each- | town, allotment comprising: any fi 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 ndt apply to very hilly or broken country, or to “ bush ” land, in which case-from twenty-five to fifty per cent,, would. Have to be added in proportion to the difficulties' met with in the country to be sur-. veyed, and also in discovering the boundaries of the Crown Grants. ■ .-
Fair copies of ; the survey plan drawn on i mounted, paper, together with book of reference, if required, .will be furnished at the rate |of ten pier cent, on the-cost dt the survey. 'l l All surveys will be: cai riediout (and completed jin accordance with the roles and, instructions issued by. the Surveyor-General for the guidlance of the. Survey jD'epaftment of the Govern* jmeht, and brill be-bertified'to r 'as f being correct. ! The • charge per day .would be two guineas jclear of all expenses should clients prefer that I mode, qf payment, f 'ENGIJSIEERING CH^RGjES. J ! ; Ih ! making surveys r 6f land for engineering (purposes, such, for instance, ,as the drainage or jor irrigatien of districts ofj country, the drain* jage,pr l; wat|r supply of jpwpv .construction. of■railways. Common roads arid bridges, canals, jhafbdrs, riveHmpfovCmentsj &c., the charges jWould 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 under three per Oeht. oh the ftrsfjf’Sjboo and twOahd a half per cent, on the balance; above £lo,'ooo and under; £ 20,000, two and a half per cent, on.the balance, and so. oh lessening in proportion to the extent of the estimated cost on the proposed work. If employed ; bji the day, 5 the charge would be threeguineas cleared all expenses. ARCHITECTURAL, CHARGES, . In furnishing designs andspecifications with jestihiated cost, i&cf for cottage and villa resijdcnces, shopfronts, warehouses, banks, public jbuildings,. &c., ;&c., the charge would be from iftve. to two and a -half per cent, in proportion to |the estimated cost of the proposed building. , : . VALUATIONS. I Hbhse and landed property,, agricultural machinery, tools-and effects, railway plant, and ■every description qf engineering and building material, plant, &c,', &c., valued on equally reasonable terms as abovel r ‘ i T. M. HAJID¥ JOHNSTON, : C.E., Member of 1 the Institution of Civil En- , , gineeta; London.’ j • Offices—-Sydenham Chambers, ... Hereford street, Christchurch., 672
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 250, 24 January 1881
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