t , « ___ ' ■ . The Land return for the "year ended Marcli 31st has just been completed. It shows a,total of 4,130,966 acres taken up, 2325 acres'selected, as against 2,273,183 acres taken up and 282,716 acres selected for che previous year. The return is made up as follows:—Land taken up—' Cash, 51,743 acres ; deferred payment, 41,235 ; perpetual lease, 238,583 ; small areas, 50 ; agricultural lease, 53 ; village settlement on deferred payment, ,810 ,-•' village;homestead special settlementj 270 ; special settlement, 4873; pastoral lease, 3,731,258 ; small grazing runs, ,60,340; h-vn.-^r-.-l-. ITSI. Land selected—Cash,, 7*7 : .■■■, »■ ;= >ii:'. it, ■.! payment, 304;, peivpetual lease, 830 ; small areas; 2 ; agricultural lease, 1; village settlement, 1;' deferred payment, 75 ; village settlement (special settlement), 20 ; special settle-1 ments, 45 ; pastoral lease, 207; small £ grazing runs, 35 ; homestead 19. (
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Land Return., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2414, 30 April 1890
Land Return. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2414, 30 April 1890
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