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The Ladd^nd?3ui]!(&sgr Society. ! .' ■ Directors/,—--l -;- Wiilta^FMlimore Hutchison , .George -Bjowb ■ 11 W^&T Samuels ''■'.. J! W. iSinson ..^.^harles^ehb... . G. F: Allen' , " William Kells. Henry Hurley ; fi- '.;*.--A. Hi©avsd^Porter ;: ' John Morgan. Solicitor \-r-.. • Mattftijw Vere "Ho'do-e. / O . Secretary:— --.: -. ;, James Orme Barnard. 1 Shafe^t^^O 1; 'to be paid'by , subscriptions of ialf-a-crown a share. Entranceyfee—two shillings on first . share, ;ajgd one shilling on each subsequent share. n^HIS Society has for its ■*- raising, by small monthly subscrip-: tions, a fund ibr^the; purpose X)f. enabling; its "to j receive "auVdflces' uponj ixeehold or leasehold property. ', The advantages to be derived from -societies of this-kind:?Sre- so great and so^ well known feel that there is no lieed. to^niai'ge upon them. The rules have^&een-most carefully prepared, and it is believed, that.. the r officers | novL^leM^i i^spitelconfidence, not i only .'by' tlieir well known integrity, but.l itheir business habits. J : r It is proposed to extend the advantages <jf .this Society .to, : tb,e,iTurakina and Ran■gitikei districts, and to make the Society as widely and generally beneficial as possible For the accommodation of resident^ in the .Turakina .and Rangitikei districts, Mr.-Brooking of Turakina, and Mr' Frank Deighton, of Tutaenui have kindly offered to 'receive and transmit their monthly subscriptions. ~,. The^ Secretary will' en ror Members in the meantime, at his office in St. Hillstreet,, any day between the hours of ten - and four. . ,_„„. ~, . , ■■-- - - order'of the Directors, ; JAMES ORME BARNARD, Secretary. Nov. 11,1867.. .. v . H'eVr-y "paiisons, Pork Buibher, Market Place, two doors from the Albion ■:.■: Hotel. . • O P. begs to thank the inhabitants of AiI.W&J-PPS}} l°ri!M]ibir?lsupport they' have h'itberto accorded lum, and to inform them.that;he has opened-theabove shop, where he will be happy to supply primie, dairy, fed pork^allkinds of sausages, femali gob(is. A<fec., of the best 'quality, at the lowest rates. Orders punctually attended to. ~ . Families supplied. ! '■ " ' "Jj e-..-. t; .-..,-.?^iSale.y. .... ..^ o o;bF — ' P f^ J **■" JJ-J j^ ..:-. .-..,,. , Glen, Nevis Farm, t!-^'" J, *'J^ --'tu^km^taliy. jJPecember .3, 186?., ,- FORGE. •General Blackstnith work.'ehljobbfnpdi ..every dwjenpMon in the blacicMQiU) lin^ ~done,on tbt: ,e.h«irle?t notice. '.' i/^; ViCAp^LL,TOWN v ,Xpj)povjte,r&" lower Ferry.)

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Wanganui Herald, Volume I, Issue 161, 6 December 1867

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Wanganui Herald, Volume I, Issue 161, 6 December 1867

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