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FOR LEASE BY TENDER*, For a term of Years, THAT Valuable Corner Site, having a frontage of 110 feet to Ross Place, and a frontage of 100 fee.t to Gabriel's Road. For particulars apply to W. TOLCHER, Hon. Sec. to Lawrence Athenaeum. FIVE POUNDS REWARD. rKEN from amongst my Cattle, on the 7th of last month, a RHOAN COW, branded the form of a heart and the letter M on off rump, and a half -circle and the letter R on off side;, prime, fat, and weighing from 600 to 630 lbs. Also, her Steer, following her, about eighteen months old, in fine condition, and branded half-circle and letter R. My ear mark is on both. Any person who can give such information as will lead to the arrest of the thief or thieves will receive the above Reward ; and as I believe both Cow and Steer have been slaughtered, should any one produce evidence which will lead to a conviction, a reward of £10 will be given. PETER ROBERTSON. Lawrence, 13th March, 1868. CHURCH OF ENGLAND BUILDING FUND. BAZAAR. IT having been decided at a Meeting of Ladies, held 2nd hist., to get up a Bazaar in »aid of the Building Fund, CONTRIBUTIONS of Clothing, Fancy Work, Toys, Live Stock, and articles of any and every kind whatsoever are earnestly requested. It is proposed to hold the Bazaar in May. Contributions will be thankfully received by the undersigned. (Signed) WILLIAM MEARS, Secretary. Lawrence, 13th March, 1868. NOTICE. A LL Parties seeking stray Cattle or Horses on Bellamy Station, are cautioned not to do so on the Sabbath Day ; and if found trespassing after this notice, will be subject to the penalty of the law. JOHN TREWEEK. "D SMITH'S Great Cattle Sale at Kaitangata is POSTPONED TILL TUESDAY, 31st MARCH, In consequence of the Dunedin Races. R. SMITH, Auctioneer, Clutha Ferry. • 17th March, 1868. THURSDAY, 9th APRIL. POWER, PANTLIN AND CO. have received instructions to Sell, at Tyson's Pound Yards, West Taieri, on Thursday, 9th April — OAA Full-mouthed EWES. 900 Store w* 7 ™ l3llß - Terms Easy. POWER, PANTLIN and CO. THURSDAY, 2nd APRIL, At 12 o'clock sharp. SECOND ANNUAL SALE OP SURPLUS STOCK. WAIHEMO. DRIVER, MACLEAN AND CO. are favored with instructions from Fredk. Wayne, Esq., to Sell by Auction, at his residence, Waihemo, on Thursday, 2nd April, at 12 o'clock sharp, The following STOCK, In lots to suit purchasers :—: — lAA RAMS, two-tooth, bred I\J\J by F. D. Rich, Esq. QA Pure-bred Leicester and /OU Lincoln RAMS. 1 000 EWES > tw °-to°th. 1 000 I>0 ' J frU-moiithed. 1 000 WETHERS > fat - KAA Do., four, six, and O\J\J eight-tooth, good stores 9000 WETHERS ' tw °-tootaAnd 8 HORSES, snitable for draught, saddle, and light harness. The Auctioneers have much pleasure in inviting particular notice to the above Sale, af.Mr. Wayne's stock are well worthy the attention of intending purchasers. TSBMS LIBBHAI, AT SALE. "Luncheon provided.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Tuapeka Times, Volume I, Issue 7, 28 March 1868

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Tuapeka Times, Volume I, Issue 7, 28 March 1868