**' PO S T OFFICE. ' ' NOTICE." PREPAYMENT OF POSTAGE. IT is important to remember that th 6 prepayment of Inland Letters is no longer optional. Every class of letters and packets, whether, for delivery at this office or elsewhere in the Province, or for transmission to other Provinces or to places beyond the Colony, must henceforth^be prepaid; and the prepayment must be made by affixing New Zealand Postage Stamps thereon. l Postage Stamps are sold by all Postmasters in the Province, and by the following persons in the City and Suburbs of Auckland :—: — J. Harris, Stationer, Princes-street ' , W. C. Wilson, Nm Zealaiidei\O,ffLce, ghortlahd- ,, stieet J. P. Leighton, Bookseller, Shortland-street G. T. Chapman, Queen-street , E. Wayte, _ „ „ John Varty, „ A.'Somerville, Grocer, Junction of Queen and Wakefield-streets T. B. Hill,, Chemist, comer of Chapel-street and Victoria-street , , T. Vaughan/ Draper, Parnell. ' W. CORBETT,, " Posfamaster. PoSt Office, Auckland, Ist April, 1862.
PUBLIC NOTIFICATION. By Johk Williamson, Esquire, Superintendent of the Piovince of Aiickland. WHEREAS a majority of the persons occupying property liable to be rated under the provisions of the " Local Improvement Act, 1858," having a frontage to that portion of the Cabbage Tree Swamp Road which is bounded on the one side by the road from Auckland to the Whau, and on the other side by the road which leads by the Three Kings to Mount Albert, and occupying at least one-half^ of the frontage to the said portion of the said Street, have represented to me that they are willing to be specially rated for the purpose of improving the said portion of the Cabbage Tree Swamp Road aforesaid. And Whereas, I, the said Superintendent, for the pui % pose of i*aising one moiefcy of the estimated cost of the said improvements, do hereby, by virtue of the powers and authority to me by the said Act given, order and direct that an equitable rate, at the sum of one shilling and sixpence for every chain of frontage to the said portion of the Cabbage Tree Swamp Road be levied upon all real property having a frontage to the said portion of the said Roa, except upon such land as is by the said Act excepted. And Ido hereby appoint that the said shall be paid and payable to Robert Baillie Lusk, at the Provincial Treasury, on the twentieth day of May next ; and I do hereby give notice that in the Schedule hereunder written, is set forth a list of the names of the persons liable for the payment of such rate, and the amount payable by each such person.
Schedule. Names of Persons. Frontage. Am £^* of ;_! o £ s. d. Henry Hardington 67 40 5 11 James Gribble 50 0 3 15 0 John Matthews 5 0 0 7 6 Edward Bull 10 0 0 15 0 Henry Hayes 39 75 2 19 7 Edmund George 10 0 0 15 0 James Paine 10 0 0 15 0 William Moyle 10 50 0 15 9 George Easton 10 0 0 15 0 ElihuShaw '50 076 Thomas Martin 11 30 0 16 9 William Sadgrove 30 0 2 5 0 John Langdon 10 0 0 15 0 Thomas Spargo 3 66 0 5 6 William Jane 3 33 0 5 0 John Walters 11 80 0 17 6 Thomas Horn' 8 49 0 12 9
Given under my hand at Auckland, in the said Province, the twenty-sixth day of April, one thousand eight hundred sixty-two. J. Williamson, Superintendent.
Tenders for Fasoining portions of Great South Road, between Papakura & Drury. Superintendent's Office, ■ - Auckland, 25th April, 1862. riIENDERS will be received at this office until JL noon of TO-MORROW (Wednesday,) 30th April instant, for Fascining certain portions of the Great South Road, between Papakura and Drury, according to a specification which may be seen on application at this office. Tenders to be endorsed, "Tender for Fascining." J. WILLIAMSON, „ Superintendent.
Commissariat, New Zealand, Auckland, 24th April, 1862. fIIENDERS in ' duplicate will be received at this JL office, until noon of FRIDAY next, 2nd proximo, from persons desirous of ERECTING a BAKERY at Otahuhu, according to a plan and specifications, to be seen at the Royal Engineer Office, Albert Barracks. Any information respecting the site of the proposed Bakery, can ■ be obtained fxojn ,the Acting Clerk of Works at the Camp, at Otahuhu. ' > HENRY BARTLETT; ' - ,t, t , ■ Assist.-Oom. -General.
FMPOUNDED at the Public Pound,' Newmarket, JL byWm. Sadgrove, for trespass and'damages in bis enclosed potatoes, at the Three Kings : — 6 Black and White Pig". Damages ss. each. Owner unknown. If within eleven days after the date of this'- notice, application : will be made to a Justice of the Peace, for an order for the sale of the above mentioned, Pigs, agreeably to the Provisions of the 1 Impounding Act, 1856.' M. MADIGAN, r , j Pound Keeper. Public" Pound, , ' 'Newmarket 25th April, 1862. '
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