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T HEREBY givo notice that I will not -*- bo responsible for any debts contracted by Mr Jolin Crawford after this date. JAMES KENNEDY. Jones' Creek, Totara, Sept. 20, 1865. NOTICE. T DANIEL WRIGHT, of the Ferry ' Hotol, do not/aftor tho date of 12th Septembor, hold myself as a partner, or responsible in any arrangements with my lato partner, Mr J. Tcmporly. (Signed) DANIEL WRIGHT. NEW WEEKLY PAPEB. On Saturday, tho 30th instant, will bo published tho first number of a Now Weekly Papor, to bo called "THE LEADER," Consisting of 12 pages, and got up in all respects similarly to tho Molbourno papor of that namo. rPHE want of such a journal has long X been felt in tho country districts by tho mining comnnmity, and it is with a special view to moot tho requirements of this class that tho proprietors havo determined on issuing a weekly pubh'cation, which will be comploto in all respects, and contain tho fullest English, Colonial, General, Local, Shipping, Commercial and Mining intelligence Extracts of interest from all Homo and Colonial Papers, with tho latest and most rcliablo Mining Reports will bo given ; and merchants at a distanco may depend implicitly on accuracy in relation to prices current or other business reports. With referonco to mining nows, tho proprietors, from past goldfields experience, aro aware how grossly minors have been deceivod by interested and unscrupulous porsons writing up the particular field on which they aro located, and thoy havo thoroforo at considerable oxpenso secured tho services of ablo correspondents, on whose integrity they can placo the most perfect relianco, and who will furnish regular roports from every district on tho coast. In addition to tho ordinary features of a first-class nowspapor, a space will bo dovoted to the publication of an interesting Tale, to bo continued weekly, skotches, facotia), and general light reading. Tho proprietors havo also made arrangements for tho most comploto circulation of The Leadeb, agonts for its salo having boon appointed on overy portion "of tho goldfields, through* all tho provinces of tho colony, and in all tho principal Australian towns. Files will be sent by every mail to tho English agents. In conclusion, thoy bog to Bay that no effort will bo spared to make this in every respect a first-class journal, and from peculiar facilities at thoir command they can do so in such a mannor as to challenge competition. Thoy may say " it's not in mortals to command success," but thoy will do moro — desorvo it. Orders for copies, subscriptions, and advertisements will bo received at the West Coast Times oflico, Rovell strcot. HAVING observed an advertisement of Mr Procter's in your papor, in which ho denies over having sent a watch or part of watch to me for ropair, lonclose a letter for publication writton to mo by that gontlcman, and trust the full refutation that it contains will convinco him that a moro strict attention to documentary ovidonco would bo moro becoming on tho score of truth, if on that alono. James A. M. Turner. [copy.] Quconstown, Juno 16th, 1865. Mr Turner. Dear Sin, — I havo with this sent you a watch, minus tho pallets. I had tho misfortune to loso tho run of them, and when I found thorn, thoy wore in tho stato you see them at present ; if you could by any means put in a now pair you would greatly oblige mo. I havo also sent you oncloscd in this a list of a few things I want from Mr Haymnn ; you would oblige mo by putting them out and ho will sond them up. Business is very dull still, in fact — if anything, worse. I havo no nows to speak of, except that wo have had a visit from Professor Bushell. Hoping this will find you quite rccovorcd Irom your journoy, I remain, yours truly. John M". Pkoctek. P.S. — Mrs. P. wrote to you by tho last mail. Thoro aro no letters for yoa at this oflico. J. M. P. pHEAPEST PROVISION/ STORE IN HOKITIKA, Opposito tho Hospital. R. WRIGHT, Proprietor. GREY RIVER, T3UTEMENT BROS, beg to inform -*-* tho hotol kcopors, &c, of Greymouth that thoy havo opened anostabmont for tho manufacture of amilocl wators and cordials. They aro also starting a brewery in conjunction with tho \ sixmo, and hopo, by making nothing but i tho ( best article, to morit a sharo of support, WHERE do aiT" the Diggers moot ? Why, at tho GRIDIRON HOTEL, where thoy got a Quid Pro Quo. CHARLEY WILLIAMS, Top of Rovoll Stroot,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, West Coast Times, Issue 48, 23 September 1865

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 West Coast Times, Issue 48, 23 September 1865

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