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In Bankruptcy. In the matter of WILLIAM HENRY EYES, of the City of Wellington, Gentloinaß, THEREBY give notice that the abovenamed WILLIAM HENRY EYES has this day filed a declaration that l.i is unable to meet bis engagements witl: his creditors. F. M. OLLIVIER, Solicit. :r. 3rd October, 1873. mHE WELLINGTON ALMANACK, AND WEST COAST, WANGANUI, AND WAIRAEAPA DIRECTORY, WIMj BE PUBLISHED EARLY IN DECEMBER. TWENTIETH YEAR op PUBLICATION. The Publisher, whilst returning his sincere thanks to the public for the liberal patronage bestowed upon this work, begs to state that its increasing popularity has been a further inducement to him to spare neither expense nor trouble in its preparation j and that the WELLINGTON ALMANACK FOR 1874 Will be found to be one of the best publications of the kind in the colony. In consequence of a large number of persons being unable to seenre a copy of last year's Almanack, parties requiring copies of this year's edition fire requested to send their orders to the publishing office, Willis street. T. M'KENZIE, Publisher, Independent Office. T AND TRANSFER ACT NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given that tho parcel of land hereinafter described will be brought under the provifions of the " The Land Transfer Act, 1870," unless oavaat be lodged forbidding the same on or before the 11th day of October next. WELLINGTON.- Part section « 571," 13 perches. Bounded — north-east, 35 feet, by a private road, other part of section " 671 ;" south-west, 35 feet, by section "570;" north' west and south-east, 102 feet 6 inches respectively, other parts of section " 571 ;" the northwestern boundary running parallel with and distant 275 feet from Tinakori Bond. — ANNE ST HILL, by her Attorney, Edward Pearce, Applicant, on behalf of James Murphy, the Occupant. A diograra may he inspected at this office. Dated this lOUi day of September, 1873, at the Lands Registry Office, Wellington. JOHN E. SMITH, District Land Registrar. m O BUILDERS. Tenders for additions to St Paul's Cathedral will be received up to the 14th October. For particulars, applj at my office. Tenders to be addressed to the Church wardens, and left with Dr Kemp. The lowest or any tender not necessarily aocepted. C. J. TOXWARD, Architect. 3rd October. m O BUILDERS. TENDERS for the erertion of an Engineer's Office at Pipiten Point will be reoeived up to noon on the 9fh inst, at our office, where pinna and specifications muy be seen. The lowest or any tender not necesearily accepted. JOHN BROGDEN & SCNS. Feathereton street, 2nd October. mO OON T R A~C~T OR S, TENDERS for tho formation, metalling, and kerbing of Courtenay Place, will be received by the City Council until 4 p.m. of Thursday, the 9th met. Plans and specifications can be seen on application. N. MARCH ANT, City Surveyor. 2nd October. WELLINGTON GAS COMPANY (LIMITED.) N O T I 0 E. TENDEBS will bo received until noon of the 15th OCTOBER for the purchase of the TAR made at the works. Particulars on application at the Company's office. The highest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. J. R. GEORGE, Manager. Wellington, Sept. 30, 1873. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. Wo hereby give notice that we have by mutuul consent Dissolved Partnership, and that all debts duo to the late firm of Carmont and Astill, butchers", must be pnid to Mr John Curmont, who will ulso pay all moneys owing by tho suid firm. JOHN CARMONT, JOHN ASTILL. 11th September, 1873. XTjT & G, TURNBULL & CO Have for sale, ex Veronica, from Mauritius New Crop Sugars, 1873, 10,000 MATS SUGAR, Consisting of Pine to finest White Cryefcala Fine to finest White Counters Fine to finest Yellow Crystals Fine to finest Yellow Counters Fine to finont Brewers' Crystals. Samples of the above shipment can be seen at our office on the 6th inst. JOHNSTON & 0 O Mebchants and Commission A&ents, AGENTS FOR The Pacific Marine Insurance Company The British and Foreign do The Trident Marine do The London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company The Oalifornian, New Zealand, and Austru-lia-B Mail Steam Ship Company Taranaki Steam Navigation Company Beid and Gray's celebrated double Furrow and other Ploughs Also, Sole agents for the sale of LowntW rum Guinness' stout, bottled by N. B. Foster Bass' ale Duff Gordon's winea Lecoq Frere's brandy B. and IS. Perrier'a champagne R N E S T T~H V N l N E Land Agent & Sttbveyoe, Atjoxionbeb Foxton, Manawatu. Mr Thynne has a thorough knowledge of the Manawatu, and is prepared to eeleot totara or agricultural land. ,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Wellington Independent, Volume XXVIII, Issue 3918, 4 October 1873

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Wellington Independent, Volume XXVIII, Issue 3918, 4 October 1873

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