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LOCAL BODY NOTICES PAPAKURA BOROUGH COUNCIL STRIKING OF RATES—YEAR 1945 - 46. Public notice is hereby given that the Papakura Borough Council, pursuant to its powers under the Municipal Corporations Act 1933, the Rating Act 1925, the Hospital and Charitable Institutions Act 1926, the Local Bodies' Loans Act 1926, the Local Authorities' Interest Reduction and Loan Conversion Act 1932-33, and their respective amendments, and of all other powers enabling it in that behalf, intends at 7.30 p.m. on MONDAY, the 13th day of AUGUST, 1945, to make and levy for the year commencing on the Ist day of April. 1945, and ending on the 31st day of March, 1946, the following rates upon the annual value of a.ll rateable property as appearing in the Valuation Roll for the time being in force for the Papakura Borough to be paid in one instalment to the under-mentioned at the Borough Office, Coles Crescent, Papakura, on the Ist day of September, 1945. 4 The estimates upon which the above mentioned rates have been struck having been approved by the Council; are together with the Valuation Roll and Rate Book open for inspection at the Borough Office during office hours. (1) A Consolidated Rate of 4/8 in the £1 In lieu of the following:— General Rate 22.4 d in the £1 Street Lighting Rate 1.4 d in the £1 Loans Interest and Sinking Fund 23.52 d in the £ 1 Hospital and Charitable Aid Rate 8.68 d in the £1 (2) Also Separate Water Rates and Charges:— 1 Consumers rate in respect to Ordinary i Supply. (a) Where the Annual Value does not exceed ; £12 10/ the sum of 10/. (b) Where the Annual Value exceeds £12 I 10/, ,2 of a penny in the £1. Non-consumers rate upon all land and build- j ings to which water can be laid and is not I supplied, situated within 100 yards of any j part of the water works, a charge of one half the consumers rate. i (3) Sanitary Rate. A uniform Annual Fee in respect to the removal and disposal of nightsoil of £ 1 8/6 per service. A REBATE of 2\2% will bo allowed on such consolidated rates as are paid before the expiration of 30 days after the due date thereof provided all arrears are first paid in full. 28 A. L. COOPER, Town Clerk. CITY OF AUCKLA N D. WESTERN SPRINGS TEMPORARY HOUSING LOAN. 1944. Public notice is hereby given that the following Resolution, intended to operate as a Special Order, was passed at a Special Meeting of the Auckland City Council convened for that purpose and held on the 28th day of June, 1945, and will come up for confirmation at the Ordinary Meeting of the said Council to be held in the Council Chamber. Town Hall, Auckland, at 7 p.m. on THURSDAY, the 9th day of August, 1945:— "In pursuance and exercise of the powers vested in it in that behalf by the Municipal Corporations Act. 1933, the Local Bodies Loans Act, 1926. the Local Government Loans Board Act. 1926, and regulations thereunder, and of all other powers thereunto enabling it. the Auckland City Council doth hereby by Special Order resolve to borrow the sum of Thirty-four Thousand Pounds (£34,000) by way of Special Loan to bo known as the 'Western Springs Temporary Hous-» ing Loan, 1944,' for the purpose of providing temporary housing accommodation, Including reading. paths, drainage, water, gas and electricity on property at Western Springs, Auckland, owned by the Council. That the Loan be raised at a rate of interest not exceeding Three Pounds (£3) per centum per annum for a period of twenty (20) years from the date of the raising of the loan. That the security therefor shall be a special rate of one-fifth of one penny in the £ on the Annual Value of all rateable property in the City. That no amount payable as either interest or sinking fund in respect of the said Loan shall be paid out of Loan money, and that the Loan be repaid by equal half-yearl> instalments of principal and interest of One Thousand One Hundred and Thirty-six Pounds Ten Shillings and Fivepence (£1136 10/5)." T. W. M. ASHBY. 28 Town Clerk. AUCKLAND CITY BY-LAW NO. 40. Notice is hereby given that the following Resolution, passed at a Special Meeting of the Auckland City Council held on the 19th day of July. 1945, and intended to operate as a Special Order, will come up for confirmation at the Ordinary Meeting of the City Council, to be held in the Council Chamber. Town Hall, Auckland, at 7 p.m. on THURSDAY, the 30th day of August, 1945:— "The Auckland City Council doth hereby by Special Order make the foregoing By-law. to be known ns the Auckland City By-law No. 40." The purport of the said By-law defines the provisions to be complied with in respect to the type of building construction commonly known as stud framing, in which all the structural parts are of timbers of relatively small dimensions or depend upon a- framework of such timbers for support, including such construction having an incombustible exterior veneer, but notincluding buildings in which the floor loading exceeds 601b per square fcot. A copy of the said By-law may be perused at the Office of the Town Clerk. Town Hall, Auckland. during ordinary office hours. 28 MOTOR SERVICES WHITE .STAR SERVICES. EDWARDS MOTORS, LTD. MORRINSVILLE - TE AROHA - MATAMATA (via Tahuna) Depart Auckland 3 p.m. for Morrinsville, Te Aroha, Matamata —Monday to Saturday. Also: Depart Auckland 9.30 a.m. for Morrinsville, Te Aroha—Friday, Saturday, Monday. Depart Auckland 6 p.m. for Morrinsville, Te Aroha. Matamata —Sundays. Passenger free luggage now limited to 301b. Please board bus five minutes before departure time. Bookings: WHITE STAR OFFICE, Munlcipal Bus Terminal. Phone 41-963. WS

AUCKLAND - WAIHI AUCKLAND'- WAIHI BUSES DEPART AUCKLAND BUS TERMINAL for HaurakJ Plains, Paeroa, Waihi, 10 a.m., 3 p.m.; Sunday, 6 p.m. Fares: Paeroa 13/6, Waihi 16/. DEPART WAIHI for Auckland 8 a.m., 2 p.m.; Sunday, 4.45 p.m. Reserve Seats at least 24 hours before departure. Free luggage limited to one packet of 301b. TRANSPORT LIMITED, Phone 41-963. WS PROFESSIONAL MARTIN KIMBEL, M.I.H.S. Psycho-Therapeutist and Dietitian. (Over 40 years' practice.) War Neurosis, Nervous Debility, Mental Depression. Biliousness and Asthma Relieved. 11, Ponsonby Rd. Ph. 27-537 for appointment. WS SKIN AND SCALP SPECIALISTS THE NEW RAY CLINIC. Ground Floor Yorkshire House, 31. Shortland St. Principal: J. M. GEORGE, S.R.N. Brttish, American and Continental Modern Scientific Methods. PHONE 44-178. D GILES & GILES. Chiropractors, Palmer Graduates, Members N.Z.C.A., Dilworth Building, Customs Street. 45-525. MS CHIROPRACTIC Health Services.—P. Hamblin, 603. Colonial Muttinl Building. WS INSURANCE insure with THE SOUTH BRITISH. Low Rates. Prompt Settlements. FIRE. ACCIDENT, MOTORS. S

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 5, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 177, 28 July 1945

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