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ITHE QUEEN'S TAXES.—NOTICE.

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THE QUEEN'S TAXES.—NOTICE. The following notice has been issued:— The attention of the public is called to the following statement in explanation of the altered mode of collecting the Queen's Taxes. "1.—INCOME TAX.—There is no alteration whatever in respect to the payment of Income Tax on dividends arising from public funds or shares, on interest of moneys, or on salaries. The tax under each of these heads will be deducted at the time of payment, exactly as before. "The Income Tax chargeable in respect of houses or lands, and on profits of trades or professions, for which an assessment is required to be made in and for the year ending the 5th of April, was formerly, by law, payable quarterly but the first and second quarters have, in prac- tice, been generally collected together in October, leaving the third quarter to be collected ip. January, and the fourth quarter in the fallowing April. Under the present law the tax for the whole year ending the 5th of April will be collected in a single pay- ment to be made in the month of January of that year. "2. —LAND TAX AND INHABITED HOUSE DUTY.-These taxes are chargeable as before, the house duty being rated on the current annual value of the premises in the year of assessment, ending the 5th of April. Under the former law they were payable in moieties, on the 20th of Septem- ber and 20th of March of such year. The whole year's tax will now be payable in one sum in the month of January. "3,—ASSESSED TAXES.—These were chargeable in re- spect of the greatest number of articles (male servants, car- riages, horses, &c.) kept fit used at any one time during the year ending 5th of April. These taxes became due, only in the year succeeding that in which the articles were kept, and were payable in moieties on or after the 20th of September and 20th of March. Thus, of the Assessed Taxes-on articles kept in the year 1868, ending 5th of April, 1869, one moiety has, or should have been, already paid, and the remaining moiety will still have to be collected in April next. No tax has been or will be charged in respect of any article kept between the 5th of April, 1869, and the 1st of January 1870. 4. -THE NEW EXCISE LICENCES, iiY lieu of the Assessed Taxes, came into operation on the 1st of January, 1870. "These licences must be taken out during the month 01 January, or within 21 days from the time at which any of the articles are taken into use, and will hold good until the 31st of December, 1870. "To facilitate the obtaining of the licences, forms of declarations have been prepared, and are being forwarded to all persons whose names appear on the lists-of Assessed Tax payers others may obtain them by application by letter, or' personally, at Somerset House, or at any of the places indicated in the notices affixed to the church-doors, &c. "The licences will only be supplied on the delivery of these forms, properly filled up, together with the enliount of the duties payable. The foregoing explanation will make it evident that no one can be called upon to pay taxes twice for the same articles for any one year, or to pay duty twice in respect of Income Tax, Inhabited House Duty, or Land Tax, for any portion of a year."

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