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Manawatu Herald, Volume II, Issue 51, 20 February 1880, Page 3
GREAT CLEARING SALE Drapery, Clothing, Haberdashery, &c. AWING to very heavy accumulations of Stock in the above department of my business. I have determined on holding a Clearing Out Sale K)R ONE MONTH ONLY, during 1 which time there will be offered bargains of a charac- ter calculated to meet the times. The Goods will be sold in many cases Under Cost Price, as the Stock must be cleared off before the New Year. THE STOCK COMPRISES Prints, of all kinds Flannels Winceys—strong and good Eailway and Ostend Rugs Plaias Clothing— Men's Youths' and Shawls Boys' Jackets Hats and Capß Merinos of serviceable colors Neckties Hosiery Handkerchiefs &c, &c, &c por a .a. s h oustxjTT. I have now on sale the following HARVESTING TOOLS to which the attention of farmers is requested, as they are of the best description Hay Bakes and Forks fecythes and Scythe Handles American Ploughs Spades, Axes, Pitchforks. -And every Description of General Ironmongery. Note the Address JOHN W. LIDD EL L, STOREKEEPER, FOXTON. OTAKI STOT£E. WM. SMITH Proprietor £2,557 WORTH OF STOCK NOW OFFERED FOR CASH. WM. SMITH, ef Otaki, desirei to return hit beit thtnk* to the settlers of the district, who have so w«ll patronised him during the last eight years, and desires to indmate that he is at present holding a GKAKD CLEARING- SALE OF THE BALANCE OF STOCK, Preparatory to receiving an entirely NEW STOCK when the alterations to premises are completed. THE STOCK to be sold comprises— DRAPERY, CLOTHING nn)a HABDWAE, s and gHoEs NECKTIES, HAN DX PRINT 3, DRESSES FLANNELS FANCY GOODS LADIES' HATS AND BONNETS And everything else to be found in a well-furnisbed store. All these Goods will be sold at WONDERFULLY LOW PRICES, such as were never known in Otaki before. People wanting Bargains should hurry up and secure them. WM. SMITH, STOREKEEPER, OTAKI. AjMJ FOXTON BUTCHERY. JpSSE?< A RTHUR LOVEJOY desires to «^*£TO^ IX inform the public of Foxton PUBLIC WORKS, NEW ZEA- that he has taken over the above LAND. well-known butchering business from Mr F. W. Hodder, and hopes, PAINTING MANAWATU by strict attention to the business, BRIDGE. fa obtain a share of public patronage. rPENDERS will be received by the p am iHeB waited on daily for orders. 1 undersigned at the Public Shipping supplied. Works Office, Foxton, up to NOON v L- Vt ON FRIDAY, the 27th inst., for Tnse, sauaages, and all other Painting the Bridge over the Mana small goods always on hand, watu river near Palmerston North. ARTHUR LOVEJOY, Specifications to be seen at the Wholesale and Family Buxchbk, Public Works Offices at Wanganui (Opposite W hyte's Hotel), and Foxton, and at the Railway Foxton. Station, Palmerston North. Tenders to be addressed to the Minister for Public Works, and to to TIIE FOXTON PUBLIC. bo in proper form, and endorsed Painting Manawatu Bridge." JAMES DUNN, In case of telegraphic tenders, a TE SIRES to inform the public of wr'tten tender to be lodged at a Go- JLJ Foxton and surrounding dis- vernment Office. tricts that he has started busmen as JOHN T. STEWART, a Tailor at the room above the District Engineer. Ready Money Store, where orders Public Works Office. Foxton, may be left, and will be promptly 14th February, 1880. executed.