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ITT" "~~ ' ' ' ; M Rewards £5 EEWAED. T OST from Invercargill, about December last, ±j a small Dark Bay SADDLE MARE, black points, branded JH near ribs. The above reward will be paid to anyone returning the mare to J. GALBRAITH, Noahs Ark Stables. £2 EEWAED. STRAYED from the Noah's Ark Stables, about a week since, a DARK BAY HORSE T (draught) four black points, branded TH on near shoulder. Anyone bringing same to Noah's Ark Stables, will receive the above reward. One Pound will be paid for information leading to recovery of the Horse. Educational THE CALEDONIAN SCHOOL. Tay Stbeet, Invercargill, JOHN G. SMITH, Master. TXTAS re-opened, after tine holidays, on * * January 6th. Common Branches taught in Public School, Higher Branches in private classes. Terms moderate. By a Diploma of fellowship conferred by the Educational Institute of Scotland, Mr Smith is certified to be qualified to teach English, Grammar, Composition, History, Geography, "Writing, Arithmetic, Alegebra, Geometry, Natural Science, Agricultural Chemistry, Latin, Greek, French and German. ~ Tr ' POE EIYEETON. "• npHE Royal Mail Coach will leave for the -"- above place, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at Half-past 10 a.m. punctually j returning to Invercargill, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Booking Offices : Albion Hotel, ■ Dee-street j and Post Office, Riverton. All Parcels carefully forwarded. t D. CAMPBELL, Proprietor.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Southland Times, Issue 958, 27 May 1868

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