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Manawatu Herald, Volume III, Issue 64, 12 April 1881, Page 1
Watchmaker and Jeweller. "X"RrH~i~s~c6 p, WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER I OPTICIAN LAMBTON QUAY, WELLINGTON. Removed to premises lately occupied by Messrs. Shaw and Son. LEVER WATCHES .l^^i^^ GENEVA WATCHES fn Great Variety;!? (gf^ Uh^^i VMiety £6 TO £9 0 £2 TO £25. Also a Large and Varied Stock of GOID AND SILVER JEWELIiY, SILVER AND ELECTKO-PLATED WARE, CLOCKS, &c, ALWAYS ON HAND. Goods sent carnage free to all parts of the country. Every description of Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry, accurately repaired, and all work guaranteed. i * | INSPECTION INVITED. ^r WATCHMAKER TnD JEWELLER^ .glpsi|t^|w THE SQUARE, PALMERSTON. JysZo^^L^^k. Avmcled — Paris Exhibition. 1867. Admitted — London, |j|y|§§£l lilliMi LEVER & GENEVA WATCHES in GKEAT VARIETY ilPlJr A W ELL - SELECTED STOCK OF E WELR V ; Jgffir Every descript ion of "Watches, Clocks, 1 ] and Jewelry, skil- GEORGE REICHARDT, PIANOFORTE AND MUSIC WAREHOUSE, AGENT FOR J. BRINSMEAD & SONS' GOLD MEDAL PIANOS. PIANOS from the most celebrated English, Gorman, and French factories at prices Varying Irom £37 to £100. BRASS BANDS SUPPLIED. Violins, Flutes, Cornets, and other Brass Instruments. Violin strings and hows. FITTINGS FOR ALL CLASSES OF INSTRUMENTS. Dances, Songs, and Pianoforte Pieces in sheet and hooks. Postage on a single sheet, 2d. Payments nmy be forwarded by Post Office Order. If small amounts in stamps. Music sent through the post cannot be exchanged. CATALOGUES, PRICE LISTS, AND TERMS ON APPLICATION. IAMBTOI QUTY, WELLIMTW. NOTICE TO THE TRADE. GRATEFUL— COMFORTING. YTTT DEAKDS begs to inform his r r BREAKFAST ' TT • numerous friends and cus- „By ft thoroU g h k now l ft dge of the . . i.ii.nTj natural laws which govern the ope- toiners that he has appointed MR E. of nutritioDj &ud COLE agent at Foxton for his b y a ca . refu J application of the fine properties of well-selected cocoa, Mr WRATPn WATPR9 E PP 8 has P rov 'detl our breakfast jEEATED WAIERS, tab|eg with & delicateJy fl avored be - , „ A , „ . veraee which may save us many Manafactured from the well-known j ieav^ r doctor8 > bill?. It is by the i. rp~.~ a ~* v~a —v:u 4 « judiciou3 use of such articles of diet spring at Terrace End, which for h&% & conßtitution may be gradual i y purit-y and excellence cannot be sur* *™ 1 * U P ™ ti[ Bt f°»« enough to resist r J every tendency to disease. Hundreds passed. of subtle maladies are floating around — . us ready to attack wherever there is a weak point. We may escape many The Trade waited on daily. a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves . well fortified wiih pure blood and a properly nourished frame " — See PAINLESS DENT ISTKY. art ide in the Civil Service Gazette. „ Made simply with boiling wa»er or MR CBOSSE, milk x Surgeon Dentist, Sold only in pac k otß O r tins, labelled : Late of Wellington, JAMES EPPS & CO., Has commenced practice in Wan- HO,M(EPATHIC CHEMISTS) ganui, and may be consulted at his ' LONDON, residence, Kidg way street (corner of St Hill street). "pEFINED NEATS' FOOT OIL, ARTIFICIAL TEETH The best lubricator known. Constructed on an entirely new - — principle, as approved of in Kngland Sawmillers ; printers, sewing ma- and America ; extraction of stumps chinists, chemists, and hairdressers not neoessarr. Satisfaction guaran- ***}*' A , teed in every case. The bost K un OIL The best dressing Decayed and aching teeth made for leather, patent axles, &c perfectly sound with gold or me- £ rep ? v ®? b J M o tallic stopping. J. ■&. H VAN 8, Children's teeth regulated. Saddler, Wellington, and sold in bottles at Is. PA'JNLESS EXTRACTIONS' One gallon tins, five gallon arums, With Aneefhetio Kther. i and casks Prices on application.