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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 8054, 2 November 1889
GOVERNMENT NOTICES. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. Public Works Office, Dunedin, 21st October, 1889. WRITTEN TENDERS will be received at the Public Works Office, Wellington, until noon of Wednesday, the 13th November, ISB9, for the Middlemarch Bridges Contract, Otago Central Railway. They are to be marked on the outside " Tender for Middlemarch Bridges Contract," and addressed to the Minister for Public Works. Telegraphic tenders will be received if presented at any Telegraph Office by noon of the same date. Plans, specifications, and general conditions may be seen at the Public Works Offices, Christchurch, Dunedin, and Wellington, and at the Railway Manager's Office, Invercargill, The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. By command. E. R. USSHER, District Engineer. v. ?ssm & NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. PRINCE OF WALES'S BIRTHDAY. j SATURDAY RETURN TICKETS will be on the Hurunui-Blulf Section on Btb, 9th, and 11th November, and will be available for return up to and including 15th November. EXCURSION FARES TO THE LAKES AND INVERCARGILL. EXCURSION TICKETS will be issued from Dunedin to Kingston and InvercaigiU on 7th. Sth, !)th, and 11th November, and will be avail' able for return up to and including Kith November. The Fares will be:— To First Clasf. Second Class. Invercatgill ... 25s 18s Kingston S3-- 22d Holders of above Tickets may break the journey at any stopping place on direct line of route, and the Kingston Tickets will be available either via Waimea Plains Railway or Invercargill, CHRISTCBUROH RACES. —NOVEMBER sth, Oth, and 7th. CHRISTCHURCH SHOW. - NOVEMBER 7th and Bth, EXCURSION TICKETS to Christchurch will be issued from Dunedin, Waikouaiti, Palroerston on 2nd, 4th, s:h, fith, and 7th November, and will be available for Return up to and including 18th November. The Fares will be : First Class, 3Gs; Second Class, 2!*. Holders of Excursion Tickets may break the journey on direct line of route going or returning, providing the specified time is not exceeded. By order. f'i R0 W N LANDS SALE J by Auction, at the. Crown Lands Office, Dunedin, on THURSDAY, 7th November, 1889, at noon. PASTORAL LICENSES. RUN 36, Lake County; about 2,500 rcres. Term, 7 yearn. Uvw.t annual rental. Lfi. RUN 335 a (class I), Vincent County; about 22,600 acre?. Term, 21 years. Vpaet annual rental, L 25. RUN'4I7, Lake County; about 15.900 acres. Term, 21 TTpjft annual rental. 15 RUNS 418 and 431 grouped), Lake County; about 33,000 acre.?. Term, 21 years. Upset annual rental, I 5. RUN 433 (class I.), Vincent County; about 24,100 acres. Term, 21 years. Upset annual rental, L 5. OTAGO PENINSULA DISTRICT.—Section 53, block 111. : about 437 acres. Term, 10 years. Upset annual rental, L 5. KURIWAO DISTRICT.—Sect'onl, block Xr.; about 1,578 acree. Term, 10 years. Upset annual rental. T. 19 14* Gd. KURIWAO DlSTßlCT.—Sections 9 to 11, blocklX. (grouped); about763acres. Term, 10 years. Upset an-uial rent.il, L 9 10s M. Possf s.Mon will be on day of silo. The foregoing Licenses will be sold generally in accordance with the provisions of patt VI. of "The Land Act. ISSS." Tenure of Runs marked "Class I." beirg certain for terms stated, Government not je«erving any right of resumption. Purchasers will be required to deposit a half-year's rent from date of sale, and 21s license fen, immediately on fall of hammer. ON RUN 433. MID-HAWEA DISTRICT.-Section 2, containing 83 acres-. Upset price, 20s per acre. Valuation for improvements, Ll2O. Terms : 20 per cent, deposit on fall of hammer ; balauce, with valuation for improvements and Crown grant fee (20s) to be paid within thirty days from day of sale. SMALL GRAZING RUNS. BF.NGER DISTRICT.-Section 7, block XIV.; 1,034 a Or 36p. Upset annual rental, L 25175. Valuation for improvements, LlB6 10s. GLENKENICH DISTRICT. Section 73, block XI.: 651 a2r lfip. Up?et annual rental, LIC 6s. Valuation for improvements, L 348 6s. KURIWAO DTSTRIOT.-Srctions 4 and 5, block IX. (grouped): 658* Or 28p. Upset annual rental. LIG 9s. Valuation for improvements, L 33. MOUNT HYDE DlSTßlOT.—Sections 17, 24, and 25, block IV. (grouped); 888 a3r 38p. Upset annual rental. T,22 4s 6d. Valuation for improvements, 1278 4». STRATH TAIPRI DISTRICT. Section 2, block III.; 3,7"5 alr 4p. Upset annual rental, L 94 2i Od. Valuation for imp-ove-ments. L 298 4s
Leases of the ab >ve small Graz'ng Runs are offered for a term of 21 years from Ist March, 1890, under the provisions of part VIL of "The Land Act, 1885." Possession on day of sale, except in case of section 73, block XI,, Glenkenich District, possession of which will not be civen until Ist January, 1890. Purchasers must deposit statutory declaration required by section 200 of "The Land Act, 1885," and pay the first half-year's rent and lease and registration fees (31s) on fall of hammer. Valuation for improvements payab'e within fourteen days from date on which possession is given. RURAL, VILLAGE AND SUBURBAN DEFERRED PAYMENT LANDS (REOPENED). DUNBACK DISTRICT (RURAL).-Section 8, block "V. ; 281 a3r lip. Upset price, 20s per acre. Valuation for improvements, L 162, Section 14, block V.; 2<>9a, 2r 14p. Upset prico, 20s per acre. Valuation for improvements L 59 ss, TUAPEKA WEST DISTRICT (VILLAGE). —Seotion 22, block XIV.; 5a Or sp. Upset price, LI 10a per acre. WAIKOTKOI TOWNSHIP (SUBURBAN). —Sections 9,13, and 20, containing 2a Or Bp, 1 acre, and la lr 30p respectively. Upset price, L 5 per acre. Valuation for improvements on section 13, L 3 4s, Terms of Payment: For Rural Laud, ore twenty-eighth of total price and 21s (license fee) to be paid on fall of hammer; balance in equal half-yearly payments, extending over 14 years. For Village and Suburban Lands, one-tenth of total price and 21a (license fee) to ba paid on fall of hammer; balance in equal half-yearly payments, extending over five yews. Purchasers must deposit statutory declaration required by section 113 of " The Land Act, 1885," and pay valuation for improvements (if any) at time of sale. TOWNSHIPS. TOWN SECTIONS in Kurow, Pembroke, Waitaki Bridge, and Waipahi Townships. Upset price, L3O per acre, except sections 1 to 23, block I.; 2to 21, block II.; and 6, b'ock 111., Town of_ Pembroke, whiok are offeved at L 3 per section. SUBURBAN SECTIONS in Riverside Township, containing from 2 roods to 8 acres each. Upfet price of sections under 5 acres, L2O per acre; of sections over 5 acres, L 5 per LEASE OF FRANKTO?* FLOUR MILL. Lease for 14 years, from Ist December, 1889, of sections 2, 4, 5, 6, and 7, block XVIIL, and part of Durham street, Frankton Township, containing 2a 3r 17p, together with Flour Mill erected thereon, and all Water Races, Dams, Machines, etc., thereto belonging. Upset rental, L 5 per annum. Further information on application at this CC * J. P. MAITLAND, Commissioner of Crown Landß, Crown Lands Office, Dunedin, 7th October, 1889. IRECT from the Mills.—Choice selection HJ> grand Tweeds and Coatings for Bespoke Department. Clothing Factory, Octagon. E are Cash Buyers of Wool, Sheepskins, t v Rabbitakins, Horsehair, etc, in any quantity. Arthur M'Donala and Co., Bond street. TMOST Value in Cash is paid by the \j Challenge Piano Dep&t for Second-hand Pianos. ESSRS FITCHETT AND THORNTON, to Lend on freehold securities,
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