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THE RUN SALES.

Atthe meetlpg of the Qanterbury Land £ o ard on Saturday the report of the Classification Commissioners waa sent ow n to the Board by the GoTernment, lint thirty-eight of the ruos oontalnlog Ujj 6^o aerea olastißed nnder Class II as oapab lß °f being worked fa blocks of under 5000 »C7eß, and situated prtoolpally la the Tlmaro dislrlet, had been withdrawn from those ■ flUailfied f< r leasing at the expiry of the e^'oting leaaei on May 1, 1890, and ordered to be bat under Glass 111, thia with 97>?89 aores— being the aoaold portion oi the Oaoterbnry plaloi, Including about 17,000 f aoret In - the Mackenz'e Country and a few isolated pieoea left out of adjoining landa previously pnrohaaed, bat. under Oiaa» lit by the Oommtselooer* — makes 213,429 aores. to ba placed nnder the condition! of the Land Act, 1887, and opened for Battlement. The Board determined the areas, and price*, and tenarei at which to recommend the Governor to offer the remainder of the lands classified as rans, being, forty-threeruna for a fixed tenure of twenty one years, tweotyaeTen runs for a fixed tenure of fourteen years, fire runs for a fixed tenure of ten years, twelve rans for ten years with right *of resumption. Fuji particulars of these and the "final report 6f the Oommtsaloners will shortly be publUhed. _________

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THE RUN SALES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2100, 2 April 1889

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THE RUN SALES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2100, 2 April 1889

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