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The following transactions in Crown lands have taken place during the week ! Tuapeka West District.—Section 55, blcck 3, 98a 8r 83p, cash price 15s—John Carson, on deferred payment, Akatore District.—Section SO, block 2, 109 a ?r, cash price 20s (four applicants)-rtobert Johnston, on perpetual lease. Gimmetburn District, Section 5, block 6, 199 a lr lOp, cash price 20a (eleven applicants)— Leslie A. S> orman, on perpetual lease. Section 17, block 6, 520 a, cash price 17» 6d— James f-’cott, on paipetual lease. Section 23, block 6, 87a 3r 29p, cash price Ids (three applicants)— Patrick Fenessy, on perpetual lease. Mauiototo District.—Section 22, block 2, 55a 2r 2p, cash price2os—John Forrester', on deferred payment. Maungatua District.—Section 26, block 9, 11a Or 88p, cash price 20s—Sarah A. Morgan, on pe> petual lease. Section 14, block 11, 4a 8r 14p, cash price 35s (eighteen applicants)— John W. Carr, on perpetual lease. Section 15, block 11, 4a 2r 24p, cash price 40s (thirteen applicants)— John W. Carr, on perpetual lease. Section 16, block 11, 6a Or 22p, cash price 40s (seventeen applicants)— John Carr, on perpetual lease. Section 17, block 11, 6i 2r 37p, cash price 40s (nineteen applicants) Ada F. Joseph, for cash. Section 18, block 11, 3a 3r 25p, cash price 55s applicants) —Anna Carr, on perpetual lease. Section 20, block 11, 12a 2r 36p, cash price 20s (six applicants)— John W. Carr, cn perpetual lease. Olokia District.—Pection 13, block 5, 89a lr 29p, cash price 20s—Peter Leitcb, on perpetual lease.

Bankkburn District,—Section 6, block 6, 51a 3r op, cash price 20s — N.Z. and Australian Land Company, for cash. Upper Taieri District—Sections 13 and 17, block 2, 373 a 3r Ip, cosh price 20s (nine applicants)—Neil Brown, on perpetual lease. Warepa District.—Section 32, bl ck9, 119 \ Or 34 0, cash price 15s (four applicants)- Joreph Heaps, cn perpetual le <se. Section 85, block 9, 48a lr 24p, cash price 12s 6d-Charles J, Sutton, on perpetual leare, Section 86, block 9, 8a Or 3,', cash price 20s (three applicants)Johanna Ewart, for cash. Becger District. —Section 1, block 13, 319 a Or sp, cash price 12s 6d—Matthew C.csear, on deferred payment. Blftckstone District.—Section 18, block 7, 37a 3r26p, cash price 12s fld (fourapplicants)-Mal-colm Campbell, ou perpetual lease. Section 19, block 7, 320 acres, cash price 15s (four applicants)— Malcolm Campbell, on perpetual lease. Section 2, block 16, 177 aOr 34p, cash price 17s 6.l—Patrick M’Atemney, on perpetual lease. Section 11, block 16,156 aOr 85p, cash price 17s fid (three applicantß)-ThoraasSpaine, on perpetual lease. Gatlins District.—Section 46, block 1, 239 a 2r Bp. cash price 10s (five applicants)— Frederick Brae field, on deferred payment. Section 47, block 1, 142 a 3r lip, cash price 15s (twelve applicants)— John Elmer, on perpetual lease. Section 48, block 1, 143 a 3r 38p. cash price 12s fid (seven applicants)— Helen Mortis, for cash, Spc ion 50, block 1,126 alr 28p, cash price 10a (four applicants)— John Thomson, on perpetual lease. Section 51, block 1, 101 a2c 4p, cash price 15a (two applicants)— Mary Pnllar, on perpetual lease. Section 52, block 1, ll6a_ lr 14p, cash price loj (nine applicants)— William Steele, on perpetual lease. Section 58, block 1, 149 a Or 34p, cash price 12a 6d (two applicants)— Patiiok Hangh, on perpetual lease. Section 54, block 1, 182 a lr 37p, cash price 15s (twelve applicants)— Helen M. Steele, on perpetual lease. Section 55, block 1, 205 a2r 18p, cash price 15a (eleven applicants)— John M'Keill, jun., on perpetual lease. Highlay I'istrict, Section 1, block!, 60alr 30p, cash price 15a-Kerin Olaffey, on perpetual lease. Section 14, block 1, 42a 2f 2)p, cash price 15s (seven applicants)—Jeanni* Curie, for ca4b. Section 18, blcck 1, 47a Or 2ap, cast price 15s —James Hartstonge, on perpetual lease

Tiger Hill District.—Section 28a, block 2, 143 a Or 33p, cash price 15s (eight applicants) —William Leash, jan., on perpetual lease. Those sections for which more than one application was received were ballotted for by tin Commissioner of Crown Lands (Mr J. P. Maitland) yesterday, with the above result.

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LAND TRANSACTIONS., Issue 7921, 31 May 1889

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LAND TRANSACTIONS. Issue 7921, 31 May 1889

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