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Public Notices. „ NOTICE. • THE Business of." unite's Furnishing Warehouse will be carried on for a lew weeks in the Factory, St. Hill Street, whore accounts can be paid and odds and ends purchased* FIREWOOD! FIREWOOD: GREAT REDUCTION xx> FIREWOOD! T) LEASE forward your orders to the JL undersigned. M. HOGAN AND. CO. NOTICE. Wju would respectfully ask our numerous Customers, under the trying circumstance and tho heavy loss caused by the late fire, to bring in their accounts as early as possible before, the 20th inst., and not to wait for accounts to be rendered. We especially appeal to customers to helj> us in this direction. Yours faithfully, D. J. ESAU AND CO. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER OF LICENSE. I ALFRED MITCHELL, of Wanganui, 1 Hoteikeepor, being the holder of a Publican's License in respect of the house and premises situate at Wanganui and known by tho sign of the. Metropolitan Hotel, do .hereby give -notice that I desire to obtain and will at' the next Licensing. . Meeting to be holden at the Magistrate's Court, Wanganui, on the sth- day of Septeniber, 1904, apply for a transfer of the said license from myself to Benjamin Thomas Bennett, my appointee. r Dated this 29th day of July, 1904. The name of the owner of the said Hotel is John Brennan. A. MITCHELL. Treadwell and Mcßeth, Applicant's Solicitors, Wanganui. NOTICE. SPECIAL BANK HOLIDAY. "PURSUANT to the. terms of "The X. Banks and Bankers Amendment Act, 1882," and "The Bank Holidays Act. 1902," SATURDAY, 13th August, 1904, has been appointed a Special Bank Hbliday at the offices of the undermentioned Batiks in Wanganui. < The Union Bank of Australasia, Ltd. — G. E. TOLHURST,, Inspector. The Bank of New South Wales— E. J. FINCH, Inspector. The Bank' of Australasia — C. WINTER,, Inspector. Tho National Bank of New Ltd J. G. STOTT, pro General Manager. The Bank of Now Zealand^ — ALEX. MlCnjEv, tJ j^ro' General Manager. IN THE MATTER OF "The Native Land Laws Amendment Act, 189^." To the Commissioner of Crown Lands, Wellington. J . WE hereby give you. notice, that in exercise of iClie, no.^er, .of sa> contained and inrplied in a certain Jtemo.randum o£. Mortgage dated the seventh "day of December, 1897, registered number 145,362. and made between Toea- Er'ina (sometimes called Toia Erina), the wife 6i -William' Parker on the one part, and Robert Thompson Batlev of the other part and of all powers him thereunto' enabling the said Robert Thompson Batley will sell -by putajic auction, through the Registrar of the- Supreme Court of New Zealand, at Wanganui, on the tenth day of Nov- ' eihber, 1904, at 12 o'clock noon, ALL THAT piece of land, containg 553 ( acres, known aV : "NgatfrukehufA No. 7," being part of Block XII., Maungakaretu Survey District. , Dated a£ Wanganni,,,thig fourth day of "AtJgust; 1904. ' . FITZHERBERT AND MARSHALL, Solicitors for the said Robert Thompson >' ' " Batley. ■ \' " '

NRW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. FOOTBAIuI, MATCH. BRITAIN v. NEW ZEALAND. ON 13th August Special Tr.aiw (with Refreshment Car attached) will leave Wanganui at 5.0 a.m., arm-ing Wellington at 12.40 p.m., returning from Wellington at 5.55 p.m. for Wangaftvi. The South special will stop at any intermediate station bfetween Wanganui and Longburn, if required, except East Town, Balcer's Crossing, Tiirakina Platform, Pukcpapa, Aorangi, and Terrace End. / Holiday .Excursion tickets, available for return till 17th . August, will be issued to Wellington (via either route) and Te Aro, on ]2th August from Wanganui and intermediate stations; and on 13th August by the &.0 a.m. special. For further particulars sco Posters at stations. BY ORDER. Tenders. WANGANUI COUNTY COUNCIL. nPIENDERS aro invited for -the lease of X this Upokongaio Ferry for one year. Conditions at County Office, Taupo Quay. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Tenders close at noon on TUESDAY, 6th September. ' 1904. ERNEST BARNS. County Clerk.

IT DOESN'T MATTER! IT doesn't matter where you go, there they are— Turner and Turner's TIP-TOP TEAS. Turner and Turner's Tip Top Teas are always fresh and flavomy. Turner and Turner are Tea Specialists and their registered Tip Top Teas are thought a great deal of by the very large number of people who use them. Write or call. . TIP TOP TEAS. TOP OF ST. HILL STREET, WANGANUI.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Wanganui Herald, Volume XXXVIII, Issue 11325, 6 August 1904

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Wanganui Herald, Volume XXXVIII, Issue 11325, 6 August 1904

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