In a message dated 2/27/02 6:49:09 PM, ray15(a)optusnet.com.au writes:
<< I discovered when I first encountered Griffith's Valuation, that
has nothing to do with clerical work etc.; but instead means something like
animal or stock housing -- we might call them cattle stalls or horse stalls
That's right, Ray and more---
According to James Reilly's book on GV: << "house" includes all
used permanently as dwellings and all public buildings such as houses of
worship, courthouses, schools, and the like.
"Office" includes factories, mills, shops, and farm buildings such as a
stable, turf shed, cow barn, corn shed, piggery, and so forth. Occassionally
farm buildings are referred to as "outhouses;" this term does not mean
"sanitary facilities." Such structures, if they existed, were not
A "garden" was a small area used to raise food, whether rural area, town or
city. It was not a flower bed.