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CLASSIFICATION OF LAND.

a.m. t October 1. At the Lind Board meeting to-day Meaara Stevens and Field strongly expressed dieapproval of the regulations governing the question of the classification of land under the Land Act, and said that the Board were so bound down by these regulations that they (Messrs Stevens and Field) would sooner resign than submit to them. Mr Stevenß moved and Mr Field seconded a motion tP the effect that the hew survey regulations for the classification of land be not adopted, and that the Board make their »wn regulations. The discussion on this subject was adjourned.

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CLASSIFICATION OF LAND., Issue 10434, 1 October 1897

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CLASSIFICATION OF LAND. Issue 10434, 1 October 1897

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