A special meeting of the Otago Harbor was held yesterday to re-enact the by-laws regarding which an irregularity had taken place in the advertisement. The by-laws were adopted, carried, and ordered to be conveyed to the Minister of Marine, under seal, as required by law. The Works Committee’s report recommended that sections 9, 10, 23, and 24, block 59, during or after tho Exhibition, be put up to auction at an upset rental of LSO per annum, usual terms—fourteen years’ lease, subject to the valuation of the brick building thereon ; valuation to be fixed in accordance with tho valuation clause of the Board’s leases. Also that sections 6, 7, and S of the same block be put up at an annual rental of L 62 10s, subject to valuation as above, and subject to Coporation’s approval of buildings. Also that the block at the foot of Frederick street, containing acres (more or less), near to Mr Paterson’s boatshed on the reclaimed ground, be put up to auction at the annual rental of L2O per acre, and on fourteen years’ lease, with the usual terms of valuation and rental. Adopted.
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HARBOR BOARD., Evening Star, Issue 7939, 21 June 1889
HARBOR BOARD. Evening Star, Issue 7939, 21 June 1889
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