Canterbury Provincial Ordinances
11. Reserve No 330 Ordinance 1872
[23rd July 1872.]
Whereas by a Grant from the Crown bearing date the Twenty-first day of February One thousand eight hundred and seventy all that piece or parcel of land in the Province of Canterbury in the Colony of New Zealand situate in the Christchurch District and containing by admeasurement thirty-four acres more or less commencing at a point on the south-western boundary of Section No. 4382 the said point being the easternmost corner of section No. 9199 thence south- westerly along the south-eastern boundary line of the said Section No. 9199 and of Section No. 13501 a distance of thirty-five chains sixty-seven links thence south-easterly along the north-eastern boundary of Section No. 1983 to the road reserved along the north-western side of the Southern Railway thence north- easterly along the said road to the south-western boundary of Section No. 4382 before mentioned and from thence returning north-westerly along the same to the commencing point and numbered 330 (in red) on the map of the Chief Surveyor of the Province of Canterbury setting out and describing the rural land in the Christchurch District aforesaid was granted unto the Superintendent of the Province of Canterbury and his successors in trust for a Gravel pit reserve.
And whereas it is expedient that the said Superintendent should have power to
sell let or otherwise dispose of the said land comprised
in the said recited
Be it therefore enacted by the Superintendent of the said Province with the
advice and consent of the Provincial Council thereof as
1. Superintendent may sell or demise land comprised in grant.
It shall be lawful for the Superintendent of the said Province with the
advice and consent of the Executive Council thereof to sell
let or otherwise
dispose of all or any portion of that parcel of land comprised in the said
This Ordinance shall be intituled and may be cited as “The Reserve No. 330 Ordinance.”