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Special Advertisements. Ashburton borough council. It is hereby notified that the Council of the Borough of Ashburton did at a special meeting, held at the Borough Council Chambers, Burnett street, on the the 28th day of March, 1881, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, adopt the following proposed By-laws, amendments of existing ; By-laws, new Building Regulation, and amendments of existing Building Regulations. A special meeting to confirm same will be held at the Council Chambers, ■ Burnett street, at 7 p.m. on MONDAY, May 2nd, 1881. NEW BY-LAW. \ In pursuance of Sections 202 and 203 of “ The Municipal Corporations’ Act 1876 ” and of all other powers enabling them , in this behalf the Council of the Borough k of Ashburton ordain as follows, that is to . say — In any case in which the Council shall I cause a footway on either side of any - street within the Borough to be partially j or wholly constructed of asphalt a pro- , portion of the cost of so constructing such j footway shall be a charge upon the owners i and occupiers of the land and buildings ■ fronting thereon and the amount which 3 each such owner or occupier shall pay > under this By-law shall be as follows—f (a) Where the footway shall be partially ■ constructed of asphalt and the portion so constructed shall not exceed Four feet Six inches in’ breadth seven pence half- * penny per foot for every foot in length of the frontage thereon of such lands or buildings. ? (b) Where the whole breadth of the Footway shall be so constructed one 0 shilling and three pence per foot for every foot in length of the frontage thereon of ’ such lands or buildings.

NEW BY-LAW IN PLACE OF BYLAW No. 54. If any cattle shall be found upon any land and such that there is no fence capable of confining such cattle whether upon the same land or any other dividing such first mentioned land from the streets whether public or private of the Borough or any of them without any person having charge of such cattle or the same being securely tethered upon such land so that they cannot trespass upon the adjoining streets the owner of such cattle shall forfeit a sum not exceeding Twenty Shillings for every head of such cattle and the proper Officer of the Council or any Constable may seize such cattle and place the same at some neighboring place of safe custody And if the penalty and costs imposed by the Justice or Justices hearing the case shall not be paid within the time limited in and by the order made by such Justice or Justices the said Justice or Justices may order such cattle to be sold and the money arising from the sale after deducting the said penalty and the costs awarded and the reasonable expenses to be estimated and assessed by the said Justice or Justices of seizing keeping and selling the said cattle shall be paid if demanded within three months to the owner of the cattle and if not so demanded then to the Borough fund. And if the said money shall not be sufficient for all the purposes aforesaid the amount whereby the same falls short or if no such sale be ordered the whole of the said amount may be recovered from the said owner in like manner as other penalties and sums adjudged or ordered to be paid by Justices are ordered to be recovered.

NEW BY-LAW IN PI,ACE OF BYLAW No. 57. 57. It shall not be lawful for any person to drive any cattle not being in harness or yoke through the streets of the Borough except between the hours of twelve o’clock midnight and seven o’clock in the morning unless with the sanction of the said Council signified by permit under the hand of the Town Cleric first had and obtained and any person offending against this By-law shall be guilty of an ofience Provided that Horses led by proper halters shall be deemed to bo “ in harness ” within the meaning of this Bylaw. NEW BUILDING BY-LAW IN PLACE OF BUILDING BY-LAW No. 1. 1. All that part of the said Borough of Ashburton comprising the sections fronting on that part of East street lying between Kermode street and Peter street and hereinafter called “the said Land” shall be subject to the following Building Regulations : AMENDMENTS OF BUILDING REGULATIONS. Clause 6 of the Building Regulation is hereby repealed. In Regulation No. 7. The word “division” to be omitted and the word “ side ” substitutsd for it. In Regulation No. 8. The words “outside walls” to be omitted and the word “ side ” substituted for it. In Regulation No. 9. The words “outside walls” to bo omitted and the words “ side walls ” substituted for them. In Regulation No. 10. The words “ outside and division ” to be omitted and the word “aide” substituted for them. NEW BUILDING REGULATION. The following fees shall be payable to the Council as the charges of the Borough Engineer or Surveyor for examining plans for buildings to be erected within the Borough which may be submitted for his inspection.

Where the cost of the Building is from LIOO to L3OO ... ... 20 Where the cost of the Building is from L3OO to LSOO ... ... 30 Where the cost of the Building exceeds LSOO ... ... ... 40 Such fees will be recoverable from the person submitting the plans for inspection in an action of debt at the suit of the Town Clerk in any Court of competent jurisdiction. Dated this 28th day of March 1881. ■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that -J-’l these Alterations and Additions to By-laws have been Adopted and Confirmed by the Council of the Borough of Ashburton, and that the same will come into force on 23rd day of May, 1881. HUGO PRIEDLANDBR, Mayor. CHARLES BRADDELL, Town Clerk. Ashburton, 14th May, 1881. 791 a

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 344, 14 May 1881

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 344, 14 May 1881

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