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The montldy meeting of the Canterbury Land Board was presided.over, in the absents of- -tho Cominisskjiiw (Mr H.f). M.: Hazard);; by .Mr K. Mao;aulay. •■ . . .■ -; : " ./; '. .'* ■ <. ■■■" Tlie foJlovving traasfors were, appj'oved:— '..-■• ' . ' • . 2-56, Run 102. Wintferslow, Ashbui-ton Co-uiity, 29,900 aere,s. William Logan and Cwfiri ' Urquhart to William Logan. P.R. 398, Run 100 a, Ashbnrton County .16,000 acres; P.R. 399, Run 1006, and lh. Res. 3117 and 3118, Mount Somersand Mount Hutt, 17,796 acres; E.R. 340 Lot 1, Pt. lies. 1502, blocks VII., VII., IX.J.-X.. Hutt, 340 acres 1 rood 13 poles; O.L. 2142, Pte. R<?s. 3117 and 3118, Mount- Hutt, 124 acres; all 'Hamish MeTjean to S. E. and L. L. Richards.

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LAND BOARD., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9601, 5 May 1919

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LAND BOARD. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9601, 5 May 1919

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