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Sufve^rs,' &c. -. : :fS - - ' *. _ “ ': r t A :4 : • v : j 'Gy ; Hastings Bridge, SEDi ■ "S U iIYE Y OR, And 'Licensed under Land Transfer Act. .; Office : Hobbs and Co.’s new Buildings, High, street, second floor, Christchurch. 675

MR *;HARDY J O H N S T O N, i GIVIL ENGINEER AND ARCHITECT, Authorised and Licensed Surveyor, ■ VALUER AND ARBITRATOR, Trprepared to execute Surveys, Engineering and Architectural Designs, Estimates, and Reports, and Value Property in town or country at the following tariff of charges, exclusive of travelling expenses. . ‘ : ■ SURVEY CHARGES. ; any ffafctionaFpart oF'an acre, and not exceeding five acres, two guineas. . .Exceeding five acres and under twenty-five acres, three guineas. , ‘ 'Exceeding, twenty-five acres and under fifty i acres, ; three guineas for the first twenty-five acres,(and:one shilling per acre for balance. ' j. Exceeding fiftyacres and under one hundred acres, Jour,guineas for the first fifty acres, and ‘6iie'shilling per acre for balance. Exceeding cne hundred acres and under five hundred guineas for 'the first one hundred acres, : and ninepcnce per acre for balance. ’',. v ..... ... . . r Exceeding five hundred acres and under five thousand, mnepence per acre for the first five hundred acres; 'and - sixpence • per acre for balance. • Ebr sub-dividing into allotments carefully pegged' afid numbered, the cliarge, in addition to the'above wbiild be two shillings for each town allotment comprising any fiactional part oft an acre, andj t\yo shillings, and sixpence lor each suburban or rural section comprising one acre and upwards. The- ahdve charges do riot apply to very hilly or brokcni country, or to “ bush ” land, in ; which, case Jronvtwenty-five to fifty per cent, would have to. be added in proportion to the difficulties mef ivith in the country to be surveyed, and also in discovering the boundaries of the Crown Grants.

[ ..Fair copies of;the survey plan draw’ll on mounted paper,- together with book of reference, if required, will be furnished at the rate ;of ten per Cent, pit 'the cost ot the survey. : ': All surveys-iwill be carried out and completed in accordance with-the rules and instructions issued by the,.Surveyor-General for, the guidance of the Survey department of the Governiiieht, and rvill'be certified to as being correct. O Tho charge-per day would be two guineas ;cleai" of all expenses should clients prefer that mode of payment. . - , : , ENGINEERING..CHARGES. /Tn making'surveys of land for engineering purposes;' such; for instance, as the drainage or or irrigation of districts of country, the drainage or >yatqr supply : of towns, construction of raffiijays,' common roads and bridges, canals, aafbdrs, river imprOveinentsV &c., the charges tvbuld b£ for plans, design, : estimate, report, &c ,at the rate Of'three per cent, on-the total ' estimated .cost- ofthe proposed work if undeC and r upder per'bent; oh the first ,£5,000 and two and a half per cent, on the balance ; above y£lp^6oo iandmnder l£2b;oob, two and-a : half per cent; .911- the first j£jto,poo r and two per cent,, on the balance, and so on lessening jn proportion to the extent of }he estimated cost op the proposed ‘■work. ! If employed ’by the day, the charge would be three guineas clear of all expenses.- , .. ARC 11 ITEC TU R AI, CIIAKGES.: : '^rjii^urnishing,designs.andspecifications with estimated cost, &c., for cottage.and villa, .residences, shop fronts,- wbrehottses,'banks, public 'buildings;': 4c. , 1 &e. , the .charge would be ■ from five to two and a half per cent, in proportion to the estimated cost of the-,proposed building. : VAkUATIpNS- 1 '-. House 1 and landed property, agricultural machinery, tools-arid effects; Railway plant, arid jevef-y description of engineering and building material, plant,, &c,, 4c,, valued on equally reasonable terms as above. ■ • ” : 'T. -M. 1 HAKDT jQHNSTON, C.E., Membbr; of ;f th4 Institution; of ' Civil En- . ii'■ igmeers,’London. ' Offices—Sydenham Chambers, f w E^erefopd, street; Christchurch. 672

oi v' eßusiness Notices: 1 T ■■■t".-!: i-7-m BEDS HOUSE FOR BOYS’ TWEED; SUITS: AT 4s. Cd; a 1 v-’i i X BEDS HOUSE FOR MENS’ PAGET ; j : J COATS’, 5 EDGES, ! AT 63. ' '_ J 1 _ T EEDSHOUSE FORMEN’S TWEED I i - TROUSERS AND 1 VESTS, AT ■ life. 6d. : ' L' BEDS HOUSE FOR MEN’S HEAVY TWEED TROUSERS, AT Gs..6d. T BEDS HOUSE FOR MEN’S GER- . 10,8. ‘ 6c1.. ...... 1 Ti EEDSHOUSE FOR MEN’S TWEED jLir SUITS;. A T 255. : ■ I HOUSE FOR STYLISH . ■■■•: . ■■■ r V ! : r ? 3fl OASHEL STREET, W., U.u i(lNearlyroppomte'tke Press Office), u. i i.i! CHRISTCHURCH. : • : - • 401

u-d ot-xtoi&ctTi e?®d ; in g ; M AN UP ACT DRY, STREET/ ASiaBtJRTOK ; rifi: • <*R!VjBEY" artfcfd Sold at Christchurch | jXJi‘>Kaßß& :r ‘tknd guaranteed 'Best of: inatetial arid wotKiriarishipl i i hr.'i .iV:,;: n-ys '-si 1 | 51 '.f 'U N E R A L S , dririAPiiy & GoSrPi.riTEiiY ritjßNis'HED ;W- I) AV I S . STREET, ASHBURTON. . . .702 i 11 ,-svl !•«! f.rrj/ow O Mtepatrick, 'BbOT A?fH : ‘SHOE MAKER,'; ’BtfitriiKas, j'. : 7 SpUßieT, : ' j ’ of’ Boots! fuad.iSjtoeß Jlp4 0 ", rijajle tp qrdjer, g)t S’ FITZPATRICK.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 268, 14 February 1881

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 268, 14 February 1881

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