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Public Notices. STEEPLECHASES -AT WALKER'S' ARAMAHO. fjpWO Steeplechases will come off at Walker's, Aramaho, on the day after the Wanganui Jockey Club .Races. First, open to all horses, weight age, over about four miles of fair hunting country, with'three water-jumps. Entrance £1 each. Second, for all horses that have never run in either steeplechase or hurdle race. Weights lOst., and over the same course. Entrance, 10s. The first steeplechase will start at about 11 a.m. Aramaho, Oct. 2, 1867. TOWN BOARD. \ '"TENDERS for Cleansing and Deepen- I ing the Main Drains in Harrison j and Glasgow-streets will be received here till 5 p.m. on MONDAY, the 21st inst. Specifications may be seen here on and after Monday next. "WILLIAM KELLS, Chairman, i Wanganui Town Board. Town Board Office, October 9, 1867. TO HOTEL KEEPERS. A PPLICATIONS for sites for ORAND STAND and three other BOOTHS on, the Race Course will be received until the 23rd October. For terms and conditions apply to' a. 'mcdonald, Sec. Wanganui J. C. Sept. 30, 1867. WANTED—A General Farm Labour. * * Apply to W. FINNIMORE. WANTED—A SMART ACTIVE BOY, who can read and write. Apply at the Rutland Hotel. Auction Notices. PURE BkED LINCOLN AND LEICESTER SHhEB. EDWARD LEWIS, Has received instructions from J. J. . Croker, Esq., to sell by Public Auction, ON WEDNESDAY, 16th INST., on the AGRICULTURAL SHOW GROUND, (in the paddock of W. H. Watt, Esq.,) TTIHE following very valuable and choice selection of Lincoln and Leicester Rams and Ewes, being the Pick of the Flocks of F. Howard, Esq., R. Graham, Esq., and T. Bassett, Esq., of Auckland :— 14 Hog Rams, the pick of F. Howard, | Esq. Flock 15 Ewe Hoggetts, the pick of F. Howard, Esq. Flock I 7 Rams, 4 and 6 tooth, the pick of R. Graham, Esq. Flock 25 Ewes in Lamb, and with lamb, the pick of R. Graham, Esq. Flock 5 Rams, 4 and 6 tooth, the pick of T. Basset, Esq. Flock. The Auctioneer confidently recommends the above to the notice of intending purchasers, the whole having been selected with great care, and are the pick of the Flocks of the above-named celebrated breeders. Catalogues on application at the office of the Auctioneer. Sale to commence immediately after the swarding of the prizes by the Agricultural Association.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Wanganui Herald, Volume I, Issue 113, 11 October 1867

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Wanganui Herald, Volume I, Issue 113, 11 October 1867

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