NEW ZEALAND
AUCKLAND
EASTERN SIDE OF QUEEN STREET, AUCKLAND
RESIDENTS BETWEEN SHORTLAND AND VICTORIA STREETS
1859

Daily Southern Cross 24 Jun 1859 p2 col 6

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PUBLIC NOTIFICATION

By John Williamson, Esq., Superintendent of the Province of Auckland.
WHEREAS a majoiity of the persons occupying property liable to be rated under the provisions of the "Local Improvement Act," 1858, having a frontage to the East side of Queen-street, between Shortland-street and Victoria-street, and occupying at least one half of the frontage to the said portion of the said Street, have represented to me that they are willing to be specially rated for the purpose of forming a footpath, with a kerbstone, from the corner of Shortland-street along the East side of Queen street, to the corner of Victoria-street, aforesaid. And Whereas I, the said Superintendent, for the purpose of raising one moiety of the estimated cost of the said Improvements do hereby by virtue of the powers and authority to me by the said Act given, order and direct that an equitable rate at the sum of two shillings and sixpence, for every foot of frontage to the said portion of Queen-street, be levied upon all real property having frontage to the said portion of the said street, except upon such land as is by the said Act execepted And I do hereby appoint that the said rate shall be paid and payable to ROBERT BAILLIE LUSK on the eighteenth day of July next. And I do hereby further give notice that in the Schedule hereunder written is set forth a list of the names of the persons liable for the payment of such rate and the amount by each such person:

SCHEDULE ABOVE REFERRED TO
AMOUNT OF FRONTAGE (Feet) AMOUNT OF RATE
ADLAM Joshua Walter 13 £1 12s 6d
BARR Thomas 17 £2 2s 6d
BARR Thomas 13 £1 12s 6d
BOYLAN James Thomas 26 £3 5s 0d
CHAPMAN George T 15 1/2 £1 18s 9d
CLEMENTS George 11 £1 7s 6d
CLEMENTS George 11 £1 7s 6d
COTTER Thomas 21 1/2 £2 13s 9d
DARBY Patrick 23 1/2 £2 19s 9d
DENNETT Ann 22 £2 15s 0d
DOUGLASS Thomas 12 1/2 £1 11s 3d
DOUGLASS Thomas 15 1/2 £1 18s 9d
DOUGLASS Thomas 12 1/2 £1 11s 3d
ELIAS Angelo 17 1/2 £2 3s 9d
FORSAITH Thomas Spencer 66 £8 5s 0d
HAMPSHIRE George 15 £1 17s 6d
HARDINGTON Henry 47 £5 17s 6d
HENDERSON James 22 £2 15s 0d
HENDERSON William 26 £3 5s 0d
LEWIS George and Edward 11 £1 7s 6d
LEWIS Michael 19 £2 7s 6d
LOW Joseph & William MOTION 20 1/2 £2 11s 3d
MacLEOD Donald Roderick 66 £8 5s 0d
MARSH Thomas Wells 22 £2 15s 0d
MORRIN William 33 £4 2s 6d
NEWELL Benjamin 8 1/2 £1 1s 3d
NEWELL Benjamin 11 1/2 £1 8s 9d
NICHOLAS E O 22 £2 15s 0d
PETSCHLER Charles 25 £3 2s 6d
REES Ann 12 £1 10s 0d
ROBERTSON Peter 22 1/2 £2 16s 3d
ROGERS William Leicester 49 1/2 £6 3s 9d
SHALDERS Richard B 24 £3 0s 0d
SOMERVILLE Hendry 11 1/2 £1 8s 9d
SOMERVILLE Hendry 11 1/2 £1 8s 9d
SOMERVILLE Mark 53 £6 12s 6d
STARK Henry P 33 £4 2s 6d
WALTERS William 22 1/2 £2 16s 3d
WAYTE George 18 £2 5s 0d
WOOD Edward 13 1/2 £1 12s 6d

Given under my hand at Auckland, in the said Province, the twenty first day of June; one thousand eight-hundred and fifty-nine. J. Williamson, Superintendent.


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