THE REVISING COMMISSIONERS appointed under the Ratepayers' Roll Revision Ordinance hereby give notice that they will hold Courts for revising the eeveral Rolls of the districts referred to in the schedule annexed, at the following times : — Date. Name of District. Place of Meeting. Septembr a.m. Satur. 3 Central Avon, at 11 Carlton Hotel, Papanui road. Frid. 9 East Avon, „11 Mr. Thomas's House, Papanui road. Mon. 12 East Heathcote,, 11 Board office, Ferry rd. Tues. 13 West Avon, „11 Parish's Accommodation House. Wed. 14 Central Heath- Spreydon Arms, Lincote, „11 coin road. i Thurs. 14 South Heath- Mr. W. G. Britten's cote, „11 House. Mon. 19 EastLincoln,atll.3o Board office, Shand's road. Tues. 20 West Lincoln, at 10 Weedon's. Wed. 21 Kaiapoi, „ 11 Resident Magistrate's Thurs. 22 Rangiora and Court, Kaiapoi. Mandeville, 10.30 Board office, Woodend. Satur. 24 Oxford, at 10 Howard's AccommodaI dation House. ■ Mon. 26 South Sefton, „11 Board office, North I Port. j Tues. 27 NorthSefton.atnoon Weka Pass Hotel. J. Bbittaw, j A. R. Ceetke, > Commissioners. E. Jollie. J Christchurch, August 27,1864. 8-27 HIS HONOR THE SUPERINTENDENT has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned places for the Revision of the' Ratepayer s, Rolls for the several Road Districts, in accordance with the provisions of the Ratepayers' Roll Revision Ordinance, 1864:— Name of District. Place of Meeting. Central Avon ... Carlton Hotel, Papanui road. East Avon ... Mr. Thomson's House, do. East Heathcote ... Board office, Ferry road. ( West Avon ... Parish's Accommodation House. a Central Heathcote ... Spreydon Anns, Lincoln road. South Heathcote ... Mr. W. G. Brittan's House. East Lincoln ... Board office, Shand's road. West Lincoln ... Weedon's. E Kaiapoi ... ... Resident Magistrate's Court, Kaiapoi. Rangiora and Mandeville Board office, Woodend. ° Oxford ... ... Steward's Accommodation House. South Sefton ... Board office, North Port. North Sefton ... Weka Pass Hotel. - Sastßakaia ... White's Accommodation House. North Rakaia ... Willis's „ West Rakaia ... Gigg'sAccommodationHouee: South Rakaia ... „ „ „ Ashburton Turton'e „ „ Geraldine ... ... Court House, Arowhenua. Timaru „ „ Timara. Waitangi Clarke's Hotel, Waimati. Mount Cook ... Timaru. Port Victoria ... Forster'e Accommodation ' House. Port Levy Mr. Fleming's House. Little River ... Beach Hotel, Waikoka. John Haix, Secretary for Public Works. Public Works Office, Christchurch, * August 27,1864. 8-27 TO CAPITALISTS, SPECULATORS, AND OTHERS. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, ALL THOSE EXTENSIVE FREEHOLD PREMISES situated at the corner of High 1 street, Madras street, and St. Asaph street, at the entrance of the town of Christchurch, and known as the CAVERSHAM HOUSE HOTEL, together with the Barn, Stabling, Loose Boxes, and r every convenience for carrying on a large and lucrative . trade. The land consists of 20 uuarter-acre sections, partly leasehold j freehold frontages on Tuam, Madras, High, and St. Asaph streets. This property is now under lease, four years of which are unexpired, and ' offers peculiar advantages L to parties seeking a good investment for capital. Part of the purchase money may remain on mortgage at 10 per cent., for a term of years. No. 834 Also, at the CORNER OF TUAM & MADRAS STREETS, _ In close proximity to the business part of j Chrietchurch, ONE ACRE OF FREEHOLD LAND, WITH THE VILLA RESIDENCE, Stabling for Two Horses, Coach House, &c.,and every f convenience for a small family. Part of the purchase money may remain on mortg*ge. The Furniture, Carriage, Harness, kc, (all quite new, and recently imported from England), may be taken at a valuation, or at a premium on English cost price, to pay expenses, &c. No. 835 Also, two capital QUARTER- ACRE SECTIOXS OF FREEHOLD, At the Corner of Tuam and Barbadoes streets. No. 836 Theee valuable properties are offered for sale in consequence of the proprietor being desirous of returning to England. For full particulars, apply to 6-27 LrcK k Clack. ~" hllswell road. an excellent 20-acre section for ; SALE, fenced in, and under crop. Payments—£l6o deposit, and balance in March, 1865. So. 686. Apply to g.27 LrcK & Clakk.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Press, Volume V, Issue 570, 27 August 1864

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