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Business Notices. TIMBER!! TIM BER! ! ! T<HE UNDERSIGNED having made - 1- arrangements for several cargoes of Sawn Timber, has determined to reduce the price of his already large stock to the following low rate* :—White Pine, boards and scantling, to Us. per 100 feet, and other kinds at an equal reduction. , Orders will be received and executed with all possible despatch at the above rate. GEORGE BEAVEN. NATIVE LAiNDS. MESSRS. BERNARD & ALLEN, ARCHITECTS, ENGINKEBS, & SURVEYORS, St. Hill-street, Wakganui. \ft ESSES. BARNARD & ALLEN heving been LMA. appointed by license from his ExcelJeucy the Governor, to survey lands under the "Native Lands Act, 1665." 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 ail information as to its working, on personal application, at the offices of MESSRS. BARNARD & ALLEN, Licensed Surveyors, St. Hill-street, Wanganui, June 13, 1867. CO O L E MAN. COMMISSON AGENT. G>ods of every description bought sold or exchanged "Enquire within for everything." TUAPO QUAY, WANGANUI. JOHN PAWSON, Butcher, VICTOBIA AVENUE, WAKGANUI. Shipping and Families Supplied on the most reasonable terms. JOHN LAMONT, Grocer akd General Storekeeper, Wholesale and Retail Tobacconist. Taupo Quay. TURAKINA DISPENSARY. HP HE undersigned begs to inform the inhßbi- • L lants of Turakina and the surrounding districts that he has OPENED HIS DISPENSARY At Turakina, With a large stock of FIRST-CLASS DRCGS AND CHEMICALS Of every description, I And has obtained the assistance of a competent i 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 1! BOOTS!!! JAMES A. MoELWAIN, St. Hill-street. T>OOTSand SHOES made on the premises ■*-» Customers may rely upon the Superiority, of the Workmanship. ■» TWO of the BEST WORKMEN WANTEDextra wages will be given to good hands. ' NOTICE OF REMOVAL. THE Undersigned begs to inform hia friends and the public that he bur ' REMOVED To his new premises, near the Odd Fellows' Hail, • Ridgway-street. D. HARDING, Tailor and Habit Maker, (Near tbt OM Fellows' Hall), ; Bidgway-streefc. A large and. assorted stock of Tweeds and jßrwtf Cloths on hand. . . ~ . •; i August 12, 1867.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Wanganui Herald, Volume I, Issue 113, 11 October 1867

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Wanganui Herald, Volume I, Issue 113, 11 October 1867