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Business Notices. Wanganui and E-angitikei Land and Building Society. A MEETING of the above Society *^*~ will be held at the Rutland Hotel on the first Monday in January next (6th; January, 1868) to receive the Ist monthly subscriptions to shares and to sell £100 or more of the Society's money. In the mean time the secretary is authorised to eni'ol the names and receive the entrance fees of intendingmembers. After that date persons who join the Society will have to pay up the back subscriptions and interest thereon, so that all members may be on an equal footing-. By order of the Board, JAS. ORME BARNARD, . Secretary. December 9, 1867. Mr. Patrick Keon BAR R I S T E R-A T-LA W, Of the Middle Temple, London, f Solicitor and Conveyancer, Campbell Place, Wanganui. ' ON SALE. SALT SALMON. /^ALIFCRNIAN SALMON of superior quality, \7 by the barrel or poimd, at . J. HURLEY & CO.'S, VICTOBIA ATEKUE. Burr, i"""1 ARRIEK between "Wanganui and all '^- y parts of "Rangitikei, &c. Carts leave daily for Turakina. A L X X A N D E R C . LESLIE, TINSMITH, IRON & ZINC WORKER, Next the.Odrl Fellows' Hall. EIDGEWAY STIVEKT. Jobbing nnd Out-dcor Work done on the shortest notice. HEN R V PA RSO NS , Pork Butcner, Market Place,-two doors from the Albion • Hotel-/• T3 P. begs to -thank the : inhabitants of *-*■• Wanganui, fortheliberal support they have hitherto accorded him, and to inform them that -he .has opened the above shop, where he will--be happy to supply prime dairy fed pork, all kinds of sausages, small goods, cfec, of .the best quality,, at the lowest rates. Orders punctually attended to. \ Families supplied, November 3rd/1867. ' For Sale. ar\ head; o¥ {l fat cattle. Apply to J -f ARCH. CAMERON, Glen Nevis Farm, Turakina. Valley. December 3, 1867. HAMILTON'S HORSE SHOEING FORGE. General Blacksmith work, Bnd jobbing of every description in the blacksroith line done on the shortest notice. CAMPBELL TOWN. the lower Ferry.) MASONIC HOTEL, Plymouth-street. JAMES NEILSON begs to " intimate that he has opened the above Hotel, and that he has a first-class stock of tho best Spirits and Wines, and hopes, by civility and uttention, to obtain a share of public patronage. Accommodation for a few Boarders. English and Colonial Ales. June 1867.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Wanganui Herald, Volume I, Issue 168, 14 December 1867

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 Wanganui Herald, Volume I, Issue 168, 14 December 1867

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