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MISCELLANEOUS. SECOND YEAR OF PUBLICATION. In coarse of preparation, to be delivered in September. 1867. About 450 pp. demy Bvo. Handsomely bound inCloth, gilt lettered. Price: to Subscribers, 15s; Non-subscribers, 2ls. THE NEW ZEALAND DIRECTORY FOR 1867-68, INCLUDING Wellington, Auckland, . Dunedin, Cbristchnrch, Nelson, Napier, Invercargill, Lyttelton, Picton, Blenheim, Bluff, Onehuuga, Hokitika, Greymoulh, Wangauui, Tarauaki, and the principal towns in each '.''•; district. WITH WHICH WILL BE COMBINED A CORRECT AND; COMPLETE MAP OF NEW ZEALAND. Compiled by the Proprietors, George Stevens and D. H. Bartholomew. Agents for Wangauui, ...... R. AITKRN <fr CO. /~1088 AND CO.'S TELEGRAPH LINE op ROYAL MAIL COACHES Leave the Booking Office, Adjoining Osgopd's. Empire. Hotel, Wellington, for the various branches as under :— WEST COAST, WANGANUI BRANCH, Every Monday and Thursday, at'R a.m., pas. ing through 1. Kni Warra Warra .10. Horewhenua 2. Ngahauranga - 11. Manawatu 3. Jbhrisonville \' 12. Lowerßaugitikei 4. Porirua 13. Upper Rangitikei" 5. Pahautanui 15.! Tutaenui 6. Horokiwi Valley 16. Wangaehu 7. Paikakariki 17. Wanganui 9.-otaki Coaches lqave the Booking Office, M'Donnell's, i Red Lion Hotel, Wanganui, for Wellington, j same day and hour. ' EAST COAST, WAIRARAPA LINE. Every Tuesday, Wednesday. Friday, and Satubday, at 7 a.m., passing through 1. The Hutt 7. Featherston 2« Taita 8. Tauherinikau 3. Silver Stream 9. Greytowri ; 4. Upper Hutt 10. Curterton 5. Mungeroa 11. Masterton 6. Pakaratahi Eetura Coaches leave Dixon's Accomodation House, Masterton, for Wellington, every Monday Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 7 a.m. TURAKINA AND WANGANUI. A Coach will leave Gleeson's Hotel, Turakina, for Wangauui daily, at 8.30, a.m., passing through intermediate stations. Returning, leaves the Red Lion Hotel, Wanganui, at 3.30 p.m., same day. Horses bought, 6old or exchanged. WILLIAM DAVIES, „ Proprietor. Wanganui, March 6. 1867. NOTICE. . . JJ°B: 8 AN D T%|- ILN E , ENGINEERS, IRON & BRASS FOUNDERS, 1 SHIPSMITHS, &c. GRAVE FENCING AUD PALISADING MADE TO ORDEB. A quantity of Sashweights always on hand at lowest prices. . Country Orders punctually attended to.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Wanganui Herald, Volume I, Issue 9, 12 June 1867

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Wanganui Herald, Volume I, Issue 9, 12 June 1867

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