Page 4 Advertisements Column 4
Manawatu Herald, Volume III, 10 June 1890, Page 4
PRIITIIft OEEICE, , MAIN, STR EE T, ; FQXTON. Wm. T. R. COOK, Proprietor. : . started a General Prin t ing Office, I nm now prepared to execute the following work at Wellington , prices and on the shor.est. notice. Artistic and commercial Printing of .11 descriptions. Tost'rs, , Bills, and Eailwav Show Va'ds, Ball Programmes, with pencils aud tasse s, Menu Card*, in Gold jiu*l Cpioiits, Memorial dar^lf^ov^ny pattern, ' "M'eihbrßLeadiifMss,.- in. % ' ..!.". Jopes. &c, i Ladies'- and-tßrenti' Visiting j Cards, Counte.- Slips, Dod- , ■ ' ■.'■ geis, Business C-.irds. ' '- 'Mii%HS^ bY &l "sizee u. speciality ...: -..- >••,;."• Jft4 n i> Pool's- ••■■■ , ileceipt books of trllkimls? also ;. ■;'. ;:,: : /;in ! TglCß6uNd[> *'•■'» .-! • ;in ciihcr-pl^jiij'^lorocoo, .or Leather. v V "ot .-thtionery, SqliaqLJ^poks, o urlEMtfe^si^^ , hi^;, Birt firia y'books L dgefs 1 ;* I) : ay" Books, Novo s, ec, . »... ..;. 1.-.-. ■/ r- . AT.-JFIIE • "" GENERAL PIUNTINCf OFFICE F 0 X T 0 M.
HANOFOETE AND MUSIC WAREHOUSE. ' . THE •• ■ ': ' ' '■ ' ' " ...- AMERICAN PALACE ORGANS £12 10s, £15 10s, £22 10s, £27 10s, and £45. I® The above are. pronounced tho Best in tho World. PIANOS by Co]lanl& Collard, Lipp & Sons— Erard. Brinsmead & Sons, Roenisch-^Kirkiuan, Feurich— Bord, and Brooklyn Company. iU<AS£ HANDS SUPPLIED. Violias, Flutes, Cornets, and other Brass li.struint'nts. Violin strings and tows. . . . jTITTI> t^S FOR.. ALL CLASSES OF INSTRUMENTS. Dahco^ Bongs, and Pianoforte Pieces in sheet and books. Postage on a Mingle sheet, 2d. J-ayinen'H may te forwarded by Fost Office ' Order. If small amounts in stamps. I ■■■■■'. I ■■. . ' I Music g&nt through the post cannot bo oxcKaugen. CATALOGUE IMICE LISTS AND TERMS ON APPLJOATJoa I A IB TO l QUA V, WBLLUfITOI.
TX/"ANTED, Farmers aud Dairy ** men to inspect my B.irr^ churns, which are without doubt the best churns in the market. The have been, twice exhibited, and re- ceived higheßt prizes both times. Over a dozen testimonials to be had on application. Chas. E. GAUSTAD, Cooper, Fitzherbert Street, , , Paliueraton North. Mr Edmund Osborne, Storekeeper,. Foxton, has been' -appointed agent for Foxton district, from whom tes- [ monials and prices can • Ee" obtained, and Where the churns can be scon, A ©VIC E To. the Inhabitants ;of FOXTO.V. Alighting from the u.i» in'Palinir- stui), turn your eyes toward? Rang'itikei St>ee£ aud you will see there the PIOMIX HOTEL. and on visiting the same you will find int. RYiusr. Who wi l'huve much pleasure iv at- tending to your wauls. Everything of;th« very beat and prices inoJeiate. L. G. WEST, PJIOPUIETOR