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MIDDLE DISTRICT OF THE MIDDLE ISLAND.

Name of Applicant. Date of Application. Where Situated. BOUNDARIES. No. W. B. Rhodes and Co. 24th December, 1S50. Timarn. Northward, the river Otaio ; eastward, the sea coast; southward, the river Waihoa ; westward, the Dividing Range. Northward, the river Hurunui ; eastward, the sea ; southward, the Motunau creek and run, and a branch of the river Waikari; westward, the Hurunui and Waikari. Northward, the Motunau boundary line ; eastward, the sea ; southward, Mr. Waitt's boundary line; westward, a ridge of hills running parallel to the sea. coast. Northward, Ko Motunau; eastward, the sea; southward, tho Waipara; westward, the Waikari. Northward, the Wai-au Ua ; eastward, the sea; westward, a range of hills running from the Hurunui to the Wai-au Ua, about seven miles from the beach; southward, tho Hurunui. • Eastward, the Waikari river ; northward and westward, the Hurunui river; southward, a range of wooded hills. Between the Wai-au Ua and Leader rivers. Northward, the Tutaiputaputa river; southward, the Wai-au Ua for a few miles from the sea, and the Tna-huka river from the point of its junction with the Wai-au Uti; eastward, tho sea ; westward, the Stanton river. Northward, to the extent necessary to secure the required amount (viz. 20,000 acres); eastward, a branch of the river Waipara, that runs about north and south; southward, the river Waipara; westward, to .include Mount Deans. Northward, the river Opihi; eastward, the reserved land at Timaru; southward, the river Otaio ; westward, the Dividing range, about 10 miles from the eastern boundary. Extending about 12 miles west from Mr. Caverhill's boundary line, including the pasture land between the Hurunui and the Wai-au Ua. Northward, the Manuka creek to the north of the present homestead ; eastward, the sea coast; southward, a place known as the Boat Harbour; westward, about 12 miles inland. Northward, the river Oapi; eastward, the native reserve at Horowenua; southward, the river Opihi; westward, the back range of hills. Eastward, the river Ashburton ; westward, the Hinds; northward, the mountain ranges ; southward, a line between the Ashburton and Hinds rivers, parallel with, aud 10 miles from the coast. Situated on the south bank of the river Alford, commencing at a point 2 miles from the sea, and running parallel to the coast to a point ontheCarew; and iive miles up both risers. Between the rivers Hare and Cocks, commencing at their junction and running 10 miles up each river. Eastward, the Hinds river and the run applied for by Joseph Hawdon; northward, the mountain ranges; southward, a line between the Aiford and Hiuiis, about 10 miles from the sea coast; westward, the Alford river. Northward, a river being the southern boundary of a run applied for by Mr. R. Fyfe, o'f Kaikora; eastward, the sea coast; southward, any natural boundary about 10 miles south of Amouri; westward, abont 8 or 10 miles inland from the sea coast. Northward, an imaginary Hue. parallel to the Rungitata river, and about 3$ miles distant: eastward, the sea; southward, the river Raugitaia; westward, a line parallel to the sea coast, and about 9 miles distant. Northward, a line from the western boundary to the sea coast about 4 miles north of Fraser's Bluff; eastward, the sea ; southward Moeraugi Bay ; wesiward, a river called To Kuri to Fraser's Bluff, and 4 miles on. No boundaries given. Northward, the river Ashburton; eastward, the run applied for by Major O'Connell, about 20 miles from the sea coast; southward, the river Alford ; westward, the mountain range. Between the rivers Hurunui aud Pahau, adjoining run applied for by Mr. Sidey. Northward, the river Pahau ; eastward, the rivers Pahau and Hurunui; southward, the river Hurunui; westward, the line of hills between the Hurunui and the Pahau. Northward, the river Wai-au Ua; eastward, the range of hills from.the junction of the Pahau and Hurunui to the river Wai-au Ua ; southward, the range of hiils abutting on the Pahau; westward, the river Pahau. Northward, the Kaikora range; eastward, the Stanton river; southward, the Wai-au Ua river; westward, a line parallel to the Stantou river, and at such a distance as will give 30,000 acres ; southward, the Wai-au Ua river. Northward, the Kaikora range ; eastward, the boundary of the run applied for by Mr. Buxton; southward, the Wai-au Ua river ; westward, a Hue ut such a distance from the eastern boundary as shall give 15,000 acres. ' • Northward, the river Rangitata; eastward, an imaginary line 10 miles'distant from the sea coast; southward, the river Cocks ; westward, the mountains. Northward, the river Ashburton; eastward, an imaginary lino parallol to and about five miles distant from the sea coast; southward, the river Hinds ; westward, an imaginary line parallel to aud about 10 miles distant from the eastern boundary. Northward, the river Pareora ; eastward, an imaginary line five miles distant from the sea coast; southward, the river Waihoa ; westward, the mountains. ... 1 2 Clifford and Weld. 26th „ „ Hurunui. 3 George Cooper Pawsey. 18th February, 1851. Motunau. 4 Kobert Waitt. 20th „ „ Double Corner. 5 J. S. Caverhill. 5» )> » Hurunui. 6 7 Charles Sidey. 1st April, 1851. Hurnnui, 8 9 George S. Mason. Thomas Hanmer. 10th „ ,, N. of Cant. Block. N. of Cant. Block. >» " >» 10 Longden and Le Cren, for Capt. Mitchell. 25th „ „ N.of and adjoining Cant. Block. 11 Rob. and Geo. Bhodes. 30th June, 1851. Near Timaru. 12 Wm. Lyon. >j » j> Hurunui. 13 Wm. Lyon. 5J )) >> Ko Motunau. H A. Hombrook. 3rd July, 1851. Timaru, 15 J. C. Aitken, on behalf of Joseph Hawdon, loth August, 185J. S. of Cant. Block. 16 Andrew Lyall. j> » » Ditto. 17 J. H. Collins. 16tb „ „ Ditto. 18 Brigade Major Edw. M. O'Connell. 9th September, 1851. Ditto. 19 W. Flyger and W. Lovitt. 11th „ Amouri. 20 A. S. Collins. 19th „ S. of Cant. Block. 21 A. and T. Fraser, !» >> J> Moerangi. 22 23 John Macfarlane, George G. RusseM. 7th November, 1851. 10th „ „ Wai-tui Plains. Timaru. 24 25 William Carter. A. C. Clifford. 24th 27th December, 1851. N of Cant. Block. Ditto. 26 Capt. F. E. Campbell. 29th „ „ Wai-au Ua Plains. 27 Mr. Buiton. 5th January, 1852. Dit'o.. 28 Edw. Jas. Lee. Ditto. 29 Vincent Hewitt. 8th „ „ Timarn. 30 Julius Fordham. >; )> )» S. of Cant. Block. 31 Vincent Hewitt. Timaru.

Schedule of Applications for Sheep and Cattle Runs on Crown Lands, January 10, 1852.

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MIDDLE DISTRICT OF THE MIDDLE ISLAND., Lyttelton Times, Volume II, Issue 54, 17 January 1852

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MIDDLE DISTRICT OF THE MIDDLE ISLAND. Lyttelton Times, Volume II, Issue 54, 17 January 1852

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