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BUSINESS NOTICES. THE EXCHANGE HOTEL. MR. WILLIAM TESTAR, Pbopbietoi, HAS always on hand Wines and Spirits of the best quality. Good Accomodation for Gentlemen. " NELSON BREWERY" ALE, On Tap. Aitken & Co.'s Ales are equal to any ever brewed in the Colony. Corner of Tanpo Quay and Marketplace. ALBION HOTEL. MR. CHARLES THOMAS, (Late of the Rutland), BEGS tc remind his friends and the public, that he has on hand a first-class assortment ot Wines, Spirits, Ales, &c.~, carefully selected from importations of the best brands. PRINCE 0 F WALES HOTE L, TATJPO QUAY. THE Proprietor begs to inform his friends and the public generally, that he! has always on, hand first class Wines, Spirits, and Ale. JAMES RAPLEY. PRINCE OF WALES HOTEL, TUAPO QUAY. J RAPLEY begs to inform his friends and • the public, that he has; first class accommodation for Boarders. Good Stabling s~\ n sale cheap AT COLEMAN'S GENERAL FANCY STORE, Toys, Circular Tents, Blankets, Scrim, ' -^ American Leather Cloth •■* Oil Baize and Tick Great variety of Fancy goods MOfcEY TO LEND, /~^N GOOD FREEHOLD SECURITY. Apply tq M. V. HODGE, Solicitor. Market Place, Wanganui, 26th July, 1807. TURAKINA DISPENSARY. rriHE undersigned begs to inform the inhabi.l tants of Tarakina and the surrounding districts that he has OPENED HIS DISPENSARY At Turakina, With a large stock of FIRST-CLASS DRUGS AND CHEMICALS Of every description, And has obtained the assistance of a competent qualified gentleman to undertake the management of the same. He therefore hopes by civility, punctuality, and attention to business to receive, at his Turakina establishment, that liberal patronage which has been accorded to him elsewhere. Prescriptions accurately prepared. , GEORGE GOWER CHEMIST. Turakina, and Ridgway-street, Wanganui. July 27, 1867. BOOTS! BOOTS!! BOOTS!!! • JAMES A. McELWAIN, St. Hill-street. BOOTS and SHOES made on the premises. . Customers may rely upon the Superiority of the Workmanship. TWO. of the BEST WORKMEN WANTED; extra wages will be given to good'hands. WHITE HART,HOTEL. The. Avenue, Manawattj. WILLIAM BARNETT; Pbopbiktob. Ales, Wines, and . Spirits, of tite best brands, always in stock. ADELAIDE HOTEL, BY' MRS. L. H. BURR, Foxton, Manawatu, HENRY BROWN, Bread and'Fanoy Biscuit Baker, Confectioner, Foxton Manawatu. CHARLES HENRY SYMONS, Wholesale and Retail Butcher, Shipping Supplied. Foxton, Mana wat v . JOHN W. LIDDELL, Ironmonger, and General, storekeeper, Foxton, Manawatu. j

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Wanganui Herald, Volume I, Issue 89, 13 September 1867

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Wanganui Herald, Volume I, Issue 89, 13 September 1867

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