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PUBLIC NOTICE ALL OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS due me mast be Settled ou or before 25th instant, otherwise they will be handed over to my solicitor for collection without further notice. M. J. MALAGHAN. Queenstown, 4th January, 1877. TENDERS mENDERS are required for the supply of Horse Feed for the ensuing twelve months to the Oromwell Quartz Mining Company, Bomligo. The gaods to be delivered at the Company's Mill in the following quantities per month : Oats, about 200 Bushels, at per Bushel. Chaff, about 2 Tons, at per Ton. Bran, about 1 Ton, at per Ton. Tenders to be sent to the Company's Office, Cromwell, on Friday, January 19th. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. JAMES MARSHALL, Manager. TO WOOL GROWERS. undersigned are prepared to make Liberal Advances upon the Growing Clips of largo and ■qfnill flocks for sale in the local markets, or for shipment to London consigned to their agents, if ours Russell, Le Cren and Company, 37, Lom-bard-street, at Greatly Reduced Rates. Mr William Geisow will afford wool-growers in the Lake District full information a* to charges for skipping and sale in London. MARTIN, MAITLAND k CO. Stock and Station Agents, INVERCARGILL. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the part. nership hitherto existing between the undersigned William Giles Huff and Alexander Aitken •arrying on business as Dairymen and Cordial Manufacturers, has been this day dissolved by mutual consent. All accounts due the firm must be paid by the 30th instant; and all accounts against the firm muit be sent in by the 20th instant. Wm. G. HUFF, A. AITKEN. "Witness to the signatures ) of W. G. Huff and A. > Joseph T. Cbojt3. Aitken: J Queenstown, January 4th, 1877. NOTICE A LL persons having claims against the Estate of the late William M'Conachie and Elizabeth Norrington, deceased, are requested to forward the same to the undersigned on or before the 14th JANUARY, 1877. AD persons indebted to the above-mentioned Estates must settle their accounts on or before the said date, otherwise proceedings will be taken for the recovery of same. Dated at Queenstown, this 14th day of December, 1876. ROBERT BOYNE. FOR SALE. 1 _______ The Golden TERMS REASONABLE. For further particulars, apply at Office of this paper FOR SALE. COMPACT STATION PROPERTY WELL BOUNDED AND SUB-DIVIDED. CONTAINING about 32,000 Acres, with 6000 Sheep. All the improvements consist of Woolshed (with Screw Press), Stone House, two Drafting Yards and Paddock. Fences have been erected recently. CAMPBELL & M'LEAN, Wanaka Station. FOR SALE. That well-know and valuable property, OWENS' MORVEN FERRY HOTEL AND PUNT. O ITU ATE on the Main Road to Dunedin, about 15 miles from Queens tewn, together with [l4 Acres Land laid down in English Grass ; 5 Acres Land under Cultivation; 1 Acre Orchard. Boats •te. Terms Easy. For further particulars apply to the owner, on th pound, Powell & Longuet, Invercargill, or J. F. TULLY, Queenstown. TO WOOL GROWERS AND OTHERS rTIHE UNDERSIGNED are prepared to make liberal CASH ADVANCES on all Wool, grain, &c., consigned for sale to their friends at London or Melbourne. M'PHERSON & CO., Invercargill. N.B.—Mr J. B. Kebr, Kingston, will attend to all consignments for us. ROTHERHAM'S WATCHES. TNT£]?J)ING Purchasers are invited to write for PRICE LIST, POST FREE, to CHARLES BEEBV, WATCHMAKER & JEWELLER, ' (next Bank of New Zealand) QUEENSTOWN.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Lake Wakatip Mail, Issue 1000, 10 January 1877

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Lake Wakatip Mail, Issue 1000, 10 January 1877

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