PUBLIC NOTICES. WANGANUI STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, (Limited.) A N ORDINARY GENERAL MEET- -*-*- ING of the SHAREHOLDERS of the above Company, will be held at their Office, on WEDNESDAY, the. 25th day of September, at 11 o'clock, p.m., for the purpose of electing Four of their number to act as Directors in place of those retiring by rotation and resignation. Also for any other business, of which due notice may have been given in terms of the " Joint Stock Companies Act, L'tnited." GEORGE BEAVEN, Chairman. N.B.—A list of Shareholders eligible for electioo can be seen at ihe Company's Office. Wanganui, 12th Sept.. 1867. LOST. 4?O REWA RD —A HEA V V <*"* DRAUGHT FILLY, now rising two years, got by Samson, and with points precisely similar colour, dark brown, white spot on forehead, Roman nose, white hind foot unbranded. Supposed to I be in the neighbourhood of the Brunswick or Mission Stations. The above reward will be given on delivery to Mr. J. Chai>wick. ALEXANDER McMINN. Turakina, September 9, 1867. : FOR SALE. r T 1HE Celebrated Entire Horse X "RIFLEMAN." ■by," Sir Hercules," out of " Nora Creina ;" just-landed ex ' Nelson,' from Nelson. For further particulars, apply to Mr. G. Potter, "Rutland Hotel." or to — R. AITKEN. & CO. TENDERS. QEALED TENDERS are requested for •V the BUILDING of a new PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH and MANSE in Victoria Avenue. Tenders may be sent in for one or both buildings ; if for the two, the price for each to be stated separately, and the Building Committee reserve to themselves the right of selecting either one or both as may be considered expedient. The tenders to be lodged with Messrs. D. and P. Bell, Victoria Avenue, (where plans and specifications may be examined) J on or before noon of FRIDAY, 20th inst. j ■ '4the Committee do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. Sept. 5, 1867. NOTICE. rpHE UNDERSIGNED begs to inform -*- the inhabitants of W&nganui and surrounding Districts, that he will recommence business on MONDAY, 9th Inst., as AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION . AGENT, and trusts that his well-known punctuality in all business matters will merit the support of the country settlers and the Mercan. tile public. WILLIAM FI^NIMORE. Wanganut, 6th Sep., 1867. N.B. —The business will be carried on in the premises on Taupo Quay, at present occupied by W. T. Owen, Esq. MUSICAL ACADEMY » Conducted by Mr. W. HAYDN FLOOD, Organist of Christ Church. T ADIES SINGING CLASS, com-J-4 menceson WEDNESDAY the 11th at 3 p.m. Terms £1 la. Od., payable in advance. NOTICE. A GENERAL WETTING of the Wanganui CHORAL SOCIETY will be held, Bfter the usual weekly practicp, on TUESDAY, at Christ Church School Room. GEO. J. SCOTT, Secretary. Wanganui, 13th Sept., 1867.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Wanganui Herald, Volume I, Issue 89, 13 September 1867
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