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DISPOSAL OF CROWN LANDS., Issue 7985, 14 August 1889
DISPOSAL OF CROWN LANDS.
At the Land Office yesterday ipplications were received for rural lantU i:i t'-e Clarendon, Glenomaru, Kawarau, Kurovv, Nnseby, Kaitangata, and Tuapeka Weit dist;:cts. In all there were 41 sections open for motion, and 226 applications were received lor them. The balloting took place this morning, and resulted as follows : FIRST-CLASS LAND. CLiUENDON.—Section 17, block 11, 21a lr 37p, cash price LI per acre, one applicant.— Erie Sinclair, perpetual lease. Section 22, block 11, 43a Or Up, cash price LI per acie, two applicants.—Wm. Campbell, perpetual lease. (J LENOMAttU.— Section 21. block 6,17 a 2rlop, cash | rice LI per acre, fiffceeu applicants.— Alex. Pullar, perpetual lease. _ Section 22, block 0, 46a 2r 30p, cash pneo LI Ssperaore, Henty-t'.ree applicants.-William Knox, cash. . Section 23, block G, G7a Or 10p, cash price, LI 5s per acre, twelve applicants.—Samuel Elliot, cash, , . T , Section 24, block 6, Ola 2r 32p, cash price LI 5s per acre, nine applicmts.—Thomas L'rown, cash. Section 26, block G, 52a 2r 27p, cash pneo L] per acre, four applicants.—John I'ullar, perpetual lease. . Section 27, block 6, 52a 3r 2p, cash puce LI per acre, three applicants.—Elizabeth Brown, Section 28, block G, Ola Or 9p, cash price LI per ace, nine applicants.— Samuel P. Leith, cash. , . rl Section 29, block G, Sa Or 32p, cash price LI per acto, tight applicants. Thomas Brown, Section 30, block G, 5a lr 33p, cash prico LI per acre, Beven applicants.—Samuel I'. Leith, cash. , , _ _ „ . Kawabau.—Section 16, block 5, 7a 3r 4p, cash prico LI per acre, two applicants.—William IVrriam, cash. Section 19, block 5, 22a 2r 28p, <ash price LI per acre, one applicant.—N.Z. and A.L. Company, cash. Kunow.—Section 1, block 10, 72* 3r, cash prico LI par acre, nine applicants.—William tfraier, deferred payment. Section 2, block 10, 61a 2r, cash price LI 5s per acre, eight applicants.- J. T. Qualter, perpetual leaee. . Section 3, block 10, 32a, cash price LI 5s pfr acre, eleven applicants. —Amelia Souurvtlle, perpetual lease. Section 4, blook 10, 78a 2r, ca.h price LI per acre, five applicants. —N.Z. and A.L. Company, cash. „ „ , . ~ Section Z, block 10, lloi, cash jrco LI per acre, seven applicants.—N.Z. and A.L. Company, cash. . . T i Section 0, block 10, 114 a 3r 30p, cash pneo LI per acre, eleven applicauts.—John Maunders, deferred payments. , , ~ Section 7, block 10,127 aOr 3p. cash p:ice LI per acre, ten applicants.—Jas, Duffy, perpetual Section 8, block 10,150* lr 20p, ca-.li price LI per acre, eight applicants.—Heniy Mulloy, perpetual lease. , Section 9, block 10, 233 a, cash puce 11 per acre, tm applicants.— 'lhomas M. Dorwaul, perpetual lease. Section 10, block 10, IOSa, cash price LI per acre, eight applicants.—James Strachan, perpetual lease. , Section 12, block 10, SO* 2r 20p, cash price LI per acre, three applicants.—William Strachan, perpetual leaso. . Section 13, block 10, 14Ga, cash price LI 10s per acre, seven applicants.—Maty Ann Qaaltei, perpetual lease. Section 4, block 10,101 a lr, cash pnea LI per acre, seven applicants.—Alfred Smith, perpetual lease. . _, Section 15, block 10, 194 a 2r, cash price LI per acre, Raven applicant?.—George Springer, perr,ctuallease. , Section 16, block 10, PO7 acres, cash price LI per acre, nine applicmts.—Edwio. Hardy, perpetual lease. Naskby.—Section 5, block 10, 52 acres, cash price LI 2s 6d per acre, one applicant.—Timothy O'Riien, deferred payments. Section 6, block 10, 44-> Or lOp, cash puco LI r.er acre, one applicant.—Timothy O'Brien, deferred payments. taction 7, block 10, 29a 2r, cath price LI per acre, one applicant. Andrew Laptlic, perpetual lease. Section 8, block 10,152 a ?,t 37p, cash price LI per acre, one applicant.—John M'Kay, parpetual lease. Section 9, block 10, 170* lr 38p, cash price LI per acre, ono applicant.—John M'Kay, perpetual lease. mm . Section 11, block 10, 118* 3: Up, cvmpnca LI 1i Gd per acre, nino applicant.!.—Wilson Mawhiniity, peipetual lease. SECOND-CLASS LAND. Kaitanga a —Sections 2, 4, end 5, block.", about 443 a, cash price 153 per acre, one applicant.—Kaitang»ta Coal Company, cas 1 !. Tijapkka VVkst.—Section GD, block 3, 42a 3r 3:ip, cash price 153 per acre, three applicants.—John Brook (ptr Mr W. D. Smith), defer ed payments.
DISPOSAL OF CROWN LANDS., Issue 7985, 14 August 1889
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