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Manawatu Herald , 13 September 1889, Page 2
ABERDEEN HOUSE. FOX T O N. TOIASTOSTOI. DIRECT IMPORTER —OF— DRAPERY AND CLOTHING. FIRST SHIPMENT OF SUMMER GOODS NOW ON VIEW. TT} Has much pleasure to intern the Inhabitants of Foxlon Ho te . 1 . keepers and Mill Proprietors they can now be supplied with— GROCERIES and PROVISIONS In every line at the lowest current rates, THOMAS FUNSTON. FLAX ! FLAX ! FLAX ! APHANCE HOB "COXTON L,HANU73 fOR fOXT.N A O HURT ipilK rVNLY. OHOBT J IMF. I^JTLY. Address- TRA.MWAY SHEDS, (NEXT POST OFFICE), MAIN-STREET. 1 "0 - ■ ■ Have now opened with a Choice Selection of Drapeiry. . . ,/ The Executors of Thos. Short, OF QUEEN-STREET, AUCKLAND, and CiRAHAMSTOWN, THAMES, Being largely overstocked through taTring advantage of the many BANK- RUPT STOCKS which they have purchased under the most advan- tageous circumstances FOE CASH, have decided to offer g: DRAPERY AND CLOTHINGS Of every description to the Inhabitants of Foxton and Surrounding Districts AT FABULOUSLY LOW PRICES. ; As their fumis by far the LAR&EST and OLDEST established Drapery Business in the Province of Auck and, they are in a position duriu" the FEW WEEKS they are in Foxton to offer snr,h ° inducements to purchasers as WILL NOT OCCUR AGAIN. NOW IS THE TlME^SSifffikSiaNs . BARGAINS in Gentlemen's Macintoshes $ BAKG^NS in Gentlemen's Overcoats BARGAINS in Gentlemen's Suits BARGAINS in Gentlemen's Trousers BA 1 GAI«-S m .Gentlemen's Trousers an -1 Yi»sts ' B RG INS in Gentlemen's Coats BARGAINS in Gentlemen's Mercery. . . BARGAINS of every description BARGAINS in Ladies' Ulsters and Jackets BARGAINS in Ladies' Flannels •' BARGAINS in Ladies' sheetings "BAEG INS in Ladies' Shirtings BaRG INS in ! adi. s' Dress Materials Bleached and Unbleached Calicos And in fact every article that may he purchased in a First-ulass Drapery Warehouse at considerably less than the usual price • • o As our representative, Mr. GERRAND, will only make a sho(t gfc in the Manawatu District we would urge the Inhabitants of Foxton not to miss this really UNPRECEDENTED OPPORTUNITY of secrn^ ing Goods at less than Auckland prices. All communications kindly ad- dress to our representative, Mr. J. Gekkand. To every purchaser of a 5s Parcel and upwards will he presented a great curiosity in the shape of an Auckland Novelty ! ! ! (J3- Customers are earnestly requested to shop early in the day as our Goods will bear daylight inspection. * '
"jV/T R J. R. TRIPE Palmerston North, (Opposite Bank of Australasia). Dentistry in all its branches. All work guaranteed ; if not ap- proved of need not be taken, and no fee will be charged. T> EII S T M O N I E S To Settlers in the Manchester, Doug- las, and Pohangina Blocks I am prepared to supply settler? on the abov? blocks with sums of money no. 1 , exceeding 4500 upon security of approved Rural Land witiiout reyuir- i*7 payment oj. procuration, comiiiis- *o»ijor other such fe<?s, and ut current iales of interest." . . ■ . -..££o,ooo in sumsof£2QGO,upwards at current, rates. . J.HER BERT HANK INS. Sowcnro .■ axd Notary Public, Palmerston North.