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Special Advertisements. PRIVATE SCHOOL, 9 . Moturoa-street, WELLINGTON. n MISS BABER, M.A. Principals : ffISS BRADWELL . BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Vacancies for Boarders. The New Term will begin on TUESDAY, 18th September. Miss Brad well will be At Home on Moniuy, 17th September. Fitzherbert Terrace School. BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Under the direction of Miss Swaixson. Head Mistress, Mrs Henry Smith. The Now Term will begin on Tuesday, September 18th. > . WELLINGTON COLLEGE. THE Third Term will begin on Tuesday, 11th September. The Head Master will receive parents and guardians on Monday, 10th September, from 2 to 6 p.m. CHAS. P. POWLES, Secretary. WELLINGTON GIRLS' COLLEGE. " mllE Third Term will begin on Tuesday, JL 18th September. The Principal will receive parents and guardians and new pupils on Monday, I7th September, between ' 10 a.m. and 12 noon. 5 CHAS. P. POWLES, Secretary. . ngZ'tawa, shannon. COUNTRY BOARDING SCHOOL ' FOR GIRLS. THE Third Term will begin on Tuesday, 18th September, IHOGi Principal: Miss M. Taylor. • EVERY i BUSINESS MAN. v QHOULD keep his Books prok3 perly. He will then be able to tell — Exactly what his Position is. Exactly what his Earnings are. Exactly what his Expenses are. Exactly the position of every account. In fact, if his Books are properly kept, they will tell everything regarding the results of trading, etc. We are prepared to put your j Books in order ; start them ; keep them, or show you />/»<• to keep them, on up-to date methods. Our charges are moderate. Write MORRIS & CO., Colonial Mutual Buildings, WELLINGTON. LOSS OF APPETITE. THOSE suffering from the above cannot do better than try Tararua Vineyard ■> Wines. , CLARET, 2")..- per case of 2doz. pints, j* HOCK, 20/- per cas-e of 2doz. pints. L Stocked by W F.C.A. W. G. LAMB, 3 " Proprietor^ ■ W HY WASTE MONEY? FARMERS and others who do honest toil for their livelihood often neglect golden opportunities of securing full value for their savings, which are often flitted away, leaving absolutely nothing tangible to show for the outlay ; or possibly the money is left in the Bank—wholly unproductive. LANDED PROPERTY affords the safest and most conservative form oE investment money can buy, while properly in and around a prosperous city and progressive seaport secures the further enormous benefit of an ever accumulating increment in rising land values. GET VALUE for your surplus earnings by investing in Wellington city and suburban property. If you have ~ £25 or £1000 available, write for detailed particulars of sterling ml- , vestments earning from 8!, to 15 per ■i" centum nett. The information costs cl nothing, and your communications are treated with strict confidence, el W. G. HUTCHISON, Imperial Chambers, Fbathbeston-street, Wellington. ir a HUSBAND BROS., Land Agents, - Pahiatua. Telephone 72. Land Guide, with full list of properties, can be had on application. i. tyf\f\ ACRES, O.R.P. at £1 11s 6d 7 flvv per acre, 150 acres in grass, 7 well watered by running stream, 4-roomed 8 house, trap-shed and whare, 3 miles from. ~ railway station, 2-h miles from school and creamery. Price, £6 per acre for owner's interest. £400 can remain. 553 QAA ACRES, L.1.P., 100 acres in faIXJXj grass, divided into 3 paddocks, well watered by running streams, 4 roomed -house and scullery, 6-stallod cow-shed, large hay-shed. Rent £9 10s per acre. Nine „ miles from Pahiatua, school on property, 1 '.% chain from factory. Price, £4 10s per acre. 3 - Half cash. 543 :e Q PCQ ACRES, toehold, 225 acres in 000 grass, balance bush, ring fenced, a « divided into 3 paddocks, whare. Price, £6 6s per acre. £965 can remain at 5 per cent. 542 HUSBAND BROS., Pahiatua.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Wairarapa Daily Times, Volume LV, Issue 8553, 12 September 1906

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Wairarapa Daily Times, Volume LV, Issue 8553, 12 September 1906

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