Submitted by Christine Gorman
LAND AND ROAD TAX 1910
From the Daily Examiner, October 29, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that the Land Tax for the year 1910 imposed in the Land Assessment Act is at the rate of 20 cents on every $1000 of valuation, land and buildings included and will be due and payable on the 1st day of November next, and that every person liable to pay said tax is required to pay the same to the Collector of the District wherein such property is situate, or at the Provincial Treasury, Charlottetown, as hereinafter mentioned.
ROAD TAXES 1910.
Further notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the AThe Public Roads Act 1907," there will be due and payable for the year 1910, on the 1st day of November next, by each male person between the ages of twenty-one and sixty years (excepting Clergymen and Overseers) a tax of $1 per head; and upon all horses over three years of age, owned by or in possession of any person residing within this Province (excepting horses owned by Clergymen and Overseers) the sum of twenty-five cents each.
Taxes levied under the said Public Roads Act are payable and collected at the same time as the Land Tax and by the same persons and process.
Notice is also hereby given that the following persons have been appointed Collectors of Taxes for the year 1910 for the Townships and parts of townships (hereinafter called lots) in this Province set opposite their respective names. That said Collectors will receive taxes payable to them by the ratepayers in their several districts at the residences or offices respectively of such Collectors up to the 15th day of December next. That immediately after that date, the said Collectors are required to call upon the ratepayers who may not have paid their taxes, and if the ratepayers then fail to pay the said taxes, the Collectors are required to leave a notice either personally or with some adult member of his family, demanding payment of the same with fourteen days. After the expiration of the said fourteen days, the Provincial Treasurer is required to issue Executions for recovery of all taxes remaining unpaid.
Taxes may be paid at the Provincial Treasury, Charlottetown, up to the 30th day of November next, but not after that date, excepting by ratepayers in the Royalty of Charlottetown (for which no Collector is appointed) who may pay their taxes at the Provincial Treasury at any time previous to issuing of Executions or Warrants for the recovery of same.
A discount of five percent will be allowed on Land Tax paid on or before the 30th day of November next. No discount is allowed on Road Tax.
AGNO J.GAUDET, Tignish, for Lots 1 and 2.
GEORGE B. ELLIS, Alberton, for Lots 3 and 4, and part of Lot 5, east of the Western Road, also
Savage and Fox Islands.
ARICHIBALD McAUSLAND, Bloomfield, for Lot 6, also for part of Lot 5, west of the Western Road.
CHESTER EASTER, Maddock, for Lots 7 and 8.
MRS. ALVEHETTA M. PALMER, Coleman Station, for Lot 9, also part of Lot 10, north of road leading from main Western Road to French Creek on Percival River, also north and west of said River.
R. C. HENDERSON, Freeland, for Lot 11.
DANIEL N. FORBES, Tyne Valley, for Lots 12 and 13, and part of Lot 10, east of the Percival River and south of the road leading from the main Western Road to French Creek on said river.
RODERICK A. McDOUGALL, McDougall's P. O., for Lot 14.
PHILIP B. McNALLY, Abram's Village, for Lot 15.
BENJAMIN D. TANTON, St. Eleanor's for Lot 16, and that part of Lot 17 west of the Creek running to Green's Mills and west of road from said Mill to William H. Brown's and crossing the Charlottetown Road, and west of western boundary of William H. Pickering's farm to Richmond Bay.
ALEXANDER CAMPBELL, Summerside, for that part of Lot 17, east of Creek running to Green's Mill and east of road from said Mill to William H. Brown's and crossing the Charlottetown Road, and east of western boundary of William H. Pickering's farm to Richmond Bay.
JAMES F. McNUTT, Darnley, for Lot 18, and Islands in Richmond Bay.
EDWARD J. WRIGHT, New Annan, for Lot 19.
J. DAVIS SCHURMAN, Freetown Station, for Lot 25.
COLIN WRIGHT, Central Bedeque, for Lot 26, also Indian Island.
PHILIP McCARVELL, Kinkora, for Lot 27, east of the Arnett and Searletown Roads.
ALBERT S. WRIGHT, Albany, for Lot 27, west of the Arnett and Searletown Roads.
MISS HANNA LANG, Tryon, for Lot 28, east of Creek from Augustine Cove and east of Cove Road to the Big Clear Road and east of farm now or lately owned by Hector McNeill.
CHARLES BELL, Cape Traverse, for Lot 28, west of Creek from Augustine Cove and west of Cove Road to the Big Clear Road, and west of the eastern boundary line of farm now or lately in the possession of Hector McNeill.
ANDREW McLEOD, Burlington, for part Lots 20 and 21, north of Southwest River.
ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL, Clifton, for parts Lots 20 and 21 south of Southwest River and north of Found's and Trout Rivers.
JOHN G. McKENZIE, South Granville, for part of Lot 21, south of Found's River and Trout River.
JOHN C. CLARK, Bay View, for part Lot 22, north of Malpeque Road, excepting farms fronting on said Road.
NORMAN McLENNAN, Fredericton, for part Lot 22, south of Malpeque Road and farms fronting thereon.
GEORGE HOUSTON, New Glasgow, for Lot 23.
BRADFORD W. LePAGE, Rusticoville, for Lot 24 and Robinson's Island.
DAVID S. McQUARRIE, Crapaud, for Lot 29.
MRS. SOPHIA MURCHIESON, Bonshaw, for Lot 30.
JUDSON A. McDOUGALL, Kingston, for Lot 31, and that part of Lot 65 north of West River.
LEIGH H. WARREN, North River, for Lot 32.
ERNEST A. PROWSE, Brackley Point Road, for Lot 33.
THOMAS LANE, Dunstaffnage, for Lot 34.
CHARLES F. FISHER, Scotchfort, for Lots 35 and 36 north of Hillsborough River.
DAVID McDONALD, Glenfinnan, for Lots 35 and 36 south of Hillsborough River.
DANIEL BIRT, Mount Stewart, for Lot 37.
WILLIAM SMALLWOOD, Mount Herbert, for Lot 48.
GEORGE H. M CARVER, Pownal, for Lot 49, west of Monaghan Road.
BERTRAM M. LEA, Vernon River, for Lot 49, east of Monaghan Road.
ROBERT G. FURNESS, Vernon River Bridge, for Lot 55.
ALBERT VICKERSON, North Pinette Bridge, for parts Lots 57 and 58, west of Wood Island Road and Road from Dixon's Mills to Halliday's Wharf.
JOHN N. McPHERSON, Grand View, for parts Lot 57 east of Selkirk Road and part of Lot 58 east of Wood Island Road.
NEIL A. GILLIS, Orwell Cove, for part Lot 57 lying between Selkirk Road, leading from Wood Island to Laughran's Bridge, Orwell River, and road leading from Dixon's Mills.
ANGUS M. BEATON, Beaton's Mills, for Lot 60.
WILLIAM McKENZIE, Wood Islands, North, for Lot 62.
WILLIAM E. STRETCH, Long Creek, for Lot 65, south of West River, also St. Peter's Island.
JAMES GORDON McKAY, Bradalbane, for Lot 67.
ROYALTY OF CHARLOTTETOWN, taxes payable at Provincial Treasury, Charlottetown
FRANCIS P. TRAINOR, Donnelly's Road, Peake's Station, for Lot 38, south of Fort Augustus and St. Patrick's Roads leading to line between Lots 38 and 39..
THOMAS D. COFFIN, Cherry Hill, for Lot 38, north of Fort Augustus and St. Patrick's Roads, leading to line between Lots 38 and 39.
PATRICK HOGAN, Bristol, for Lot 39.
EWEN E. WEBSTER, Marie, for Lot 40.
MURDOCK McINNIS, St. Peter's Bay, for Lots 41 and 42.
JOHN D. McISAAC, Bear River Line Road for Lots 43 and 44.
MARSHALL A. PAQUET, Souris East, for Lot 45.
JOSEPH MORAN, East Baltic, for Lot 46.
ARCHIBALD J. McPHEE, Lakeville, for Lot 47.
JAMES TRAINOR, St. Teresa, for Lot 51.
ALEXANDER C. McDONALD, Lorne Valley, for Lot 52.
JOHN RYAN, St. Peter's Road, Cardigan, for Lot 53.
INNOCENT CAMPBELL, Newport, for Lot 54.
ANGUS G. MATHESON, Dundas, for Lot 55 and Boughton Island.
ALLAN McDONALD, Little Pond, for Lot 56.
CHARLES B. FRASER, Montague Bridge, for Lot 59
MURDOCK CAMPBELL, Brooklyn, for that part of Lot 61 in fourth Electoral District of King's County.
MRS. HARRIET H. CONRAD, Sturgeon, for those parts Lots 61 and 63 in the fifth Electoral District of King's County, also Panmure Island.
WILLIAM JAMES BEERS, Dover, for that part of Lot 63, in the fourth Electoral District of King's county.
JOHN HILL, Murray Harbor South, for that part of Lot 64, east of Clement's Road, and a line in continuation thereof to Murray River.
JAMES SAUNDERS, Murray River, for part of Lot 64, west of the Clement's Road and a line in continuation thereof to Murray River.
JAMES McEACHERN, Summerville, for Lot 66.
RICHARD ROBERT JENKINS, Georgetown, for Georgetown Common and the Royalty and reserved lands adjoining thereto.
Prince Edward Island,
October 27th, 1910.