REFRESHMENT ROOMS, .BIVEE, BASTK. MllS PETER 11OS_S wishes to inform the public of Wanganui that she has opened a refreshment saloon fronting the lliver Bank near the Colonial Hospital. . The rooms have been tastefully .and elegantly fitted up. Ladies ■will find this a convenient and comfortable resort, ggir Note the Address— MRS. PETEII ]ROSS, lliver Bank. Sept. 25, 1871. TIENDERS WANTED for cutting fchis1. ties during six months, commencing October 1, 1871, on a part of the Kai Iwi run, about 900 acres. For particulars apply to the manager on the station. MOORE & CURRIE. Sept. 23, 1871. VfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 1a any one entering upon or drivingcattle from my land at Waitotara with-, out the permission of the person in charge will be prosecuted according to law. ROBERT PHA.RAZYN. Sept. 25, 1871. MRS. MORRISON'S SCHOOL. RIVER BANK, WANGANUI, nnHE 4th quarter will commence on 1 MONDAY, 2nd OCT. Sept. 25, 1871. TO LET. FOR a term of three months, a Comfortably Furnished Cottage. Apply to MR. FREEMAN, . .. Bank of New South Wales. Sept. 25/1871. A COTTAGE TO LET. Apply to Me Aitkex, St. Hill Street. Sept 2G, 1871. A STEADY Married Couple, can have XJL the use of one room and a kitchen, in return for attending upon, and cooking for, a single gentleman. Apply at this Office. Sept. 2G, 1871. FOR SALE, m'HE freehold of the House and f of JL an acre of land, opposite the Ben Nevis Hotel, being the best business position in Turakina. The house contains 2 parlors, 2 bedrooms, kitchen, and a large and convenient store suitable for wholesale or retail trade, For particulars, apply to H. S. TAYLOR, Agent, Campbell-place, Wanganui. Sept. 26, 1871. NOTICE. . ' ' I HEREBY Give Notice to owners of Sections Nos. 148 and 145,.Hawera district, that I have fenced in my section No. 149, and I do require them to pay me-their portion of the boundary fence erected by me. W. H. SHEPARD. 'Sept. 26,1871. WANGANUI PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY. nnHE first Concert of the season will JL be held in the ODD FELLOWS' HALL. OK FRIDAYS EVENING, 13th OCT. . Honorary Members who have.not yet obtained their tickets may have them xipon application to the Treasurer, Mr Tod, or from , ,- , JAS. G. WOON, Hon. Sec. Doors open at 7.30 ; concert at 8 o'clock. Books of the words will be issued to members free, on presenting their tickets. ". ■ - ■ * Sept. 26; 1871 v v ~..,. .- .NOTICE. . , . ~ ON and after the Ist day of Sept., no debts contracted by the Providors of the s.s. Go-head will be acknowledged by the master^ or owners of the above vessel. • .. . ■ - - ■ P. DOILE, Commander. Sept. 27, ,1873. r ■■ T 0 LET, liO LET, for a term as may be agreed on, a dwelling-house ,and section of ground fronting the' Market-place. For : particulars/ apply to : : : .! THOS. FLANNARY. ; Sept. 28,1871.
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