Government Gazette Excerpt 1860

THE
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE

PROVINCE OF HAWKE’S BAY

Published by Authority.

All Public Notifications which appear in this Gazette, with any Official Signature thereunto annexed, are to be considered as Official Communications made to those persons to whom they relate, and are to be obeyed accordingly.

T. H. FITZGERALD,
Superintendent.

VOL. 1. ]   FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1860.   [No. 17.

PROCLAMATION,

By Thomas Henry Fitzgerald, Esq., Superintendent of the Province of Hawke’s Bay, in the Islands of New Zealand.

I, THOMAS HENRY FITZGERALD, Superintendent of the Province of Hawke’s Bay aforesaid, Do HEREBY PROCLAIM and NOTIFY that the Lands described in the annexed Schedule will be open for Public Selection under the Regulations of the 4th day of March, 1853, and the Additional Land Regulations of the 15th February, 1855, at the Land Office at Napier, on and after Monday, the 7th day of May, 1860.

Dated this 29th day of March , in the Year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and sixty.

T. H. FITZGERALD,
Superintendent.

SCHEDULE ABOVE REFERRED TO.

Province of Hawke’s Bay.

PART OF TIKOKINO BLOCK, ON THE RUATANIWHA PLAINS.

Estimated Area – 7300 Acres of level Land.

BOUNDARIES:-
North – by Mangamauka;
East – By J. M. Stokes’ freehold land;
South – By Waipawa;
West – By Native Reserve at Tikokino, and Line A.

This Block is surveyed, and divided into Sections of from 40 to 160 acres each, as shewn on the Government Map of that District – according to which selections must be made – although Sections above 40 acres in extent may be subdivided at the request of purchasers, and by consent of Commissioner of Crown Lands.

(Signed) H. S. TIFFEN.
Commissioner Crown Lands.

PROCLAMATION.

BY THOMAS HENRY FITZGERALD ESQ., Superintendent of the Province of Hawke’s Bay, in the Islands of New Zealand.

I, THOMAS HENRY FITZGERALD, Superintendent of the Province of Hawke’s Bay aforesaid, Do HEREBY PROCLAIM and NOTIFY that the Lands described in the annexed Schedule will be open for Public Selection under the Regulations of the 4th day of March, 1853, and the Additional Land Regulations of the 15th February, 1855, at the Land Office at Napier, on and after the 7th day of May, 1860.

DATED this twenty-ninth day of March, in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and sixty.
T. H. FITZGERALD,
Superintendent.

SCHEDULE ABOVE REFERRED TO.

Province of Hawke’s Bay.

OKAWA BLOCK.

Estimated Area – 10,577 Acres, including Agricultural and Non-Agricultural Land.

BOUNDARIES:-

Commencing at the Lake called Ore-ore, and following the Eastern branch to the end; from thence to a point on the shoulder of the hill called Ngamahanga; which line bears by compass 356° 36′, from thence to a point at the foot of a ridge of hills near the bank of the Tutaekuri river, and thence to the Tutaekuri. The boundary then follows the course of the Tutaekuri upwards, to the mouth of a creek which rises, near the head of the Mangatarata, and up said creek to a point near its source; it then strikes across to the Mangatarata, and down that stream to its junction with the Okawa River, and down the Okawa to the Ore-ore Lake.

This Block has been surveyed, and is divided into Sections of from 80 to 320 acres each, [s]hewn on the Government Map of that District, which shows the portions fit for Agriculture as well as those not fit for Agriculture. Selections must be made in general according to the Plan, although subdivisions may be made of not less than 40 acres at the request of purchasers and by consent of the Commissioner of Crown Lands.

(Signed) H. S. TIFFEN,
Commissioner Crown Lands.

Original digital file

GovtGazette30031860.pdf

Date published

30 March 1860

Format of the original

Photocopy of pages from book

Publisher

Government Printer

People

  • Thomas Henry Fitzgerald
  • Henry Stokes Tiffen

Accession number

912/998/43702

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