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Manawatu Herald , 13 September 1889, Page 4
PRACTICAL WATCH, CLOCK AND ! ■^lliifefiißiM, MUSIOaL BOX REPAIRER. TO STAND THIS SEASON AT THUJ,.- v SANSON. OROUA D WNS STATION, Watch Springs *.. .. 0/6 The Th.koughbred Stalliox Watches Cleaned .. .. 3/- Vt j l_ T I GE U R An<^ a^ ot^ er cbar s es n p r °p° rfci on. BRED by Messrs FindUy, Gionormie- ' " ton, V.coris. By Kin<i Cols (imp ) jx> pj T -j- n"WA"R T> dam Fenella by ftftbernun (m r .) dam U* D IT UWAO I Rose de Florence (imp.) by Fiying Dutch- ! or , . „ 'man. etc. JPRACTICAL WATCH AND CLOCK. Fanel'n, own sister *to Maiibyrnonj; jVIAKER, AND JEWELLER, (sire of RicbmoDd, Imperial, Horatia, etc), tit o n hnd half niMer to King of the Ring (aire Main STREET, FoXTON. of First King, double Chumpion winner, - — - Sx^s.ht'siw.'aVi ay! *•■ Howm4 t *• "-' »• less, who w&8 a grand performei in India). lias COmmenced business next Mr C. Kina Cole (imp)., sire of the Duke, Off Honove, where he will promp'ly at- Color, CoultouD, Littla Jack, Nelson, etc., tend to nil work left. Having had SSSqul %£ "r',MS,.": -™ rr °? eri T c wilh a loadinß by Voliineur out of Mw Kidgwny by Irish [ n K»sh firm, he wi 1 guarantee satis- Birdoatche-. I :tion in all work udertaken. King Cole was 11 flrst-olaaa performer on I (he English turf, Efe made his debut as n f tbree-year.o!d at A«cot, wh re ho won the /■ ~ ' — — Ascot I'erby and St. James Palace Stakes. I 1 As a four:yeur-o!d he won t»ie CuinberWml ' TT7ELLINGTON TWEED COM- Plate, and defeated the Derby winner, ji yy PNY Kingcraft, at leve wpightß over two miles ji * * at Newinnrke". Hjb own brother Kinf. : ii,r xp pnrr A TVT m mATTADO Lud was sold at auction to go to the stud 1M -^ -KG HA JN 1 lAILOJKS, for 6000 guiueaa. • An inspection of Voltigeur'a tabulated PHOENIX BUILDINGS pedigree will show ttia' he ia full of ' Emilius blood — sire of Riddltsworth . | IiAMBTON QITAY. Terms— £3 3j, payable by promissory j note, and due Ist February, 1890. ileduo- ' ____ tion made for two or more mares from the ! same owner. , . -.,. Every care taken but no responsibility. « « have always in stock a Choice Paddockinjj free for one month, after Assortment of which 2« 6"J v heail r Wi-ek will be charged. ENGLISH, SCOTCH. AND COLO- _ JN'IAL TWEEDS FANCY TROUSERINGS, LIME! COATINGS, Ac, Ac. "V IME for Agricultural and ( IL^ Building* pputr t osos for .-ale at : lowest possible rates. Apply to • Lovers of style and good fit should O. HONORE patronise the Practical Cutter (late of Foxton. Bros., Bond street, London). Or to a *t n 1 -r> D. M Ebooks, A ' ALGAB - Tram Contractor, Sanson. Manager. GEMgTT ~"R ETTH ARDT, PIANOFORTE AND MUSIC WAKBHOUSE. THE AMERICAN PALACE ORGANS £12 10s, £15 10s, £22 10s, £27 10s, and £45. Ijgf The above are pronounced the Best in the World. PIANOS by Collard& Collard., Lipp & Sons — Erard. Brinsmead 6c Sons, Roenisch — Kirkman, Feurich — Bord, and Brooklyn Company. BJ4ASB BANDS SUPPJ/LED. Vioiias, Klitbs, Cornets, and otner Brass it stiruiuuiits. Violin st rings and bowf.. jTITHNGi. FOII ALL CLASSES OF INSTRUMENTS. Dunces, Songs, aud i^nmotbrlo I iucerf ia uheet and books. Postago on a single sbeot, 2d. rayrnon 8 may ho t'orvardod by Post Office Ordur if small urj;oo:itß in fitaiWJS. Music sent throu«Jj the ;)o»i: cannot be exctung«u OATALOGUB PRICE LISTS ANT> TEItMS ON APPLIUATJOCi LAMBTQI QUAY, WELLIWm
WANTED, Farmers and Dairy men to inspect my Barr* @ u urns, which are without doubt the beet churns in the market. The have been twico exhibited, and re- ceived highest prizes both times. Over a dozen testimonials to be had on application. Chas. E. GAUSTAD, Cooper, Fitzherbert Street, Palmerston North. Mr Edmund Osborne, Storekeeper, Foxton, has been appointed agent for Foxton district, from whom tes- monials and prices can be obtained, and where the ohurns can be seen. r»OVERNWENT LIFE INSURANCE v* DEPARTMENT. CHIEF ADVANTAGES. Low premiums and large bonuses. v Funds kept in New Zealand, , Clalmn paid immediately after proof ol OMWk. Most liberal conditions. Low New Zealand mortality. Xoonomioal management. State socurity. TOTAL SUM ASSuiiF (including _ mao 1 Bonus Additions) ... ... ••• *IW* TOTAL FUNDS (tho whoU inwted In New Zealand) ... ... ••• «iS"M»* In addition to the above funds, the I office has an ANNUAL INCOME of The Surplus Cash Profits in 1885 were £242,566 OPENKG OF TONTINESA7INGS FUND SECTION. Tontine Savings Fund System Policies ara ' "&SK url« and oxisting.As.urance Polioy- holden will be allowed to join this wftton. All profits accruing after entering the seotion are set apart to be divided among the policy- holders remaining in the section at the^ end ofl9oo, when liberal returns in caih are anti- . d SS principles of the Tontine and mode <* ' keeping accounts are not kept secret, M ia case of other Tontinea advertised. i %• Information can be obtained at i the H«j4 ' F. W. FBANKLAND, ! Attttftryaad Prinolpal OflMf.
PALMERSTON STEAM COOP. ERAGE. nOOK, Manufacturer of Butter Kecs, Tallow Casks, Cheese Vats, Parrel Churns, Box Churns, Cylinder LhuruH, Butter Uoxee, Brewora Vats Beor »md Spirit Keg 3, Kunmelled Kogs, &c. &c. on the shortest iintico at lovost posaiblo prices, iiddrosb— Main Street, Palmorston Novth. GOVERNMENT LIKE INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. LOAKB ON MOBTGAOE. From time to time a Halted portion of the funds is lent on first mortgaga of freehold security, with option of repayment by ftxud instalments, spread over 13, 15, or 20 yearn. Half-yearly Payment for eaoh 4100. Period of Loan— A s. d. Twelvs years ... ... 6 4 7 JWlton years 6 8 0 Twenty years 4 13 8 Loans repayable by instalments whereby principal and interest are both liquidated within a given time, and on terms »? a most ' favourable chavacter, present marked advan- tages to settlers and others. The borrower may, boforo the expiry of ihe full period, redeem the loan, with or without notice, on terms which can be as- certained at this oflice, or at any of the oflicus of this Department, where also forms of ap- plication can be obtained. For full particulars as to loant, apply to the Head and Branch Offices and Post utUco* F. W. FKANKLAND. Aotuary and Priucipal Oulcur. D. M. LUCKIE, Commissioner THYNNE, LINTON & CO., S3IPPINB AGENTS WONKURS,