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BUSINESS NOTICES.. To arrrive per ' Christina Thompson,' direct from Melbourne. 5 pockets 1866 hops 5 tanks malt 2 bales corks 50 cases Kerbsine R. AITKEN & CO. •Wanganui, June 1, 1867. WOOL. rPHE undersigned are prepared to make liberal advances on Wool and other • Colonial Produce consigned to their correspondents in London. TAYLOR & WATT. July 18, 1865. FOR SALE. QNE COBB'S COACH, with harness for four horses. Apply to TAYLOR & WATT. O~N SALE. I X BARRELS Wiikie's Cabin Bis--1-" cuits 30 bags Auckland do. 2 tons colonial oatmeal 30 tons Adelaide flour TAYLOR & WATT. Wanganui, June Ist, 1667. '"PHE undersigned has now in stock a . first-class assortment of— MENS' CLOTH ING, LADIES' DRESSES, BOOTS AND SHOES, Groceries of every description. Crockery. Ironware, Floor Cloth, Carpeting, Paper Hangings, Saddles and Bridles, Kerosine Lamps, Clocks, &c. F. DEIGHTON. TUTAENUI." May 31, 1867. OLD WANGANUI COOPERAGE, RIDGEWAY-STREET, '-,■ (Near Times Office.) Established 1859. C.SEC O M B E Having purchased the above from Mr. Cummins, and removed to Ridgeway-street, is prepared to execute town and country orders prompt, and in a business-like manner. NATIVE LANDS. MESSRS. BARNARD & ALLEN, ARCHITECTS, ENGINEERS, AND SURVEYORS, St. Hlll- street, Wanganui. jyrESSRS. BARNARD AND ALLEN LV-1- havjng been appoimed, by license from his Excellency the Governor, to survey lands under the " Native Lands Act, 1865." are prepared to execute any surveys, by contract, in conformity therewith. Having already conducted many cases through the court, they confidently hope to give clients entire satisfaction. Parties desirous of purchasing Native Lands, can see the Act, and obtain all informatipn as to its working, on personal application, at the offices of MESSRS. BARNARD & ALLEN, Licensed Surveyors, St. Hill Street. Wanganui, June 3, 1867. WANTED. T^"ANTED everybody in Wanganui, and V* surrounding district to know that W. WALLACE has the largest and best selected stock of Watches, Jewellery and Fancy Goods, cheaper than any other bouse. Call and judge for yourselves. Opposite the Ferry. WANTED— A CANVASSER for the New Zealand Directory. Apply at the office of the Evening Herald. *

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Wanganui Herald, Volume I, Issue 9, 12 June 1867

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Wanganui Herald, Volume I, Issue 9, 12 June 1867

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