Thames Deep Levels Enabling Act 1906

Thames Deep Levels Enabling Act 1906

Local Act1906 No 17
Date of assent25 October 1906

An Act to make Special Provision for the Disposal of certain Mining Privileges in the Hauraki Mining District.

BE IT ENACTED by the General Assembly of New Zealand Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows:—

1 Short Title
  • The Short Title of this Act is The Thames Deep Levels Enabling Act 1906.

2 Improvements on land in Schedule may be sold
  • (1) The Warden of the Hauraki Mining District may cause the improvements existing on the parcel of land described in the schedule hereto (excepting therefrom the area therein mentioned) to sold by public auction on such terms and conditions as he thinks and the Minister approves.

    (2) The sole right acquired by the purchaser shall be the right remove from the land the purchased improvements at any time within three months after the sale.

    (3) The proceeds of such sale shall be paid into the Public Account, and shall form part of the Consolidated Fund.

3 Rights of purchaser
  • Upon the said parcel of land being made available for mining purposes under The Mining Act 1905, the purchaser at such sale, if he has duly completed the purchase, shall have a prior right to a license for a special claim in respect to the said land if he makes application therefor within one month after the land is made available as aforesaid.


Schedule
Description

ALL that piece or parcel of land, known as the Queen of Beauty Extended Special Claim, situated in the Thames Survey District, in the Hauraki Mining District, in the Provincial District of Auckland, containing by admeasurement 47 acres, more or less, and bounded—commencing at the northernmost point, peg I, by a line bearing 210° 46′, 412.6 links to peg II; thence by a line bearing 168° 22′, 543 links to peg III; thence by a line bearing 88° 25′, 165.5 links to peg IV; thence by a line bearing 43° 15′, 150 links to peg V; thence by a line bearing 111v 57′, 1366.9 links to peg VI; thence by a line bearing 212° 16′, 1829.4 links to peg VII; thence by a line bearing 286° 5′, 1841.6 links to peg VIII; thence by a line bearing 339° 23′, 1236.5 links to peg IX; thence by a line bearing 58° 52′, 1239.3 links to peg X; thence by a line bearing 52° 59′, 863.7 links to peg I, point of commencement: excepting nevertheless from the said parcel of land an area containing by admeasurement 1 acre 2 roods 5 perches, more or less, and bounded—commencing at the southernmost point; peg I, by a line bearing 87° 50′, 222.9 links to peg II; thence by a line bearing 45° 26′, 209.5 links to peg III; thence by a line bearing 359° 1′, 216.1 links to peg IV; thence by a line bearing 292° 14′, 157.2 links to peg V; thence by a line bearing 263° 5′, 114.6 links to peg VI; thence by a line bearing 241° 18′, 228.6 links to standard 37; thence by a line bearing 163° 25′, 320.6 links to peg I aforesaid: as the said parcel of land, and also the area excepted therefrom as aforesaid, are respectively delineated on the plan deposited in the office of the Mines Department, at Wellington, and numbered Mines 1906/975.