Page 2 Advertisements Column 1
Manawatu Herald , 14 May 1892, Page 2
FOR WELLINGTON. f ''HE splendid screw steamer QUEEN OF THE SOUTH" Captain E. Harvey, Leaves Foxton every Tcjesda* l 1 nuitBDAY, and Saturday. For freight and passage money apply to F. R. YOUNG, Agent. K. B— The above steamer has splen did passenger accomodation, there beiDg a separate ladies saloon. ANCHOK BS, COMPANY OF NELSON. OWNERS of steamers Charles Edward, Kennedy, Murray, Waverley, and Aorere, trailing between Nelson, Wellington, Wat^snui, Foxton, Eangitikei, Patea, Wcjtport, Greymouih, and Hokitika. Proprietors of the Anchor Foundry All kinds of Engineering Work, Smith Work, Marine and General Repairs and Construc- tion undertaken. Westport and Greymouth coal delivered in cargoes of fifty to one hundred tons at lowest ourrcnt rates. Fuxtou Agents Mosses McMillan, Rhodes it, Co. Rangi.t.ikei Agent Mb AbthomJ^iom. J. H. COCK & Co. Shipping Owners, Nelson. A. H. Wylds, TIMBER, COAL, PRODUCE, AND FLAX MERCHANT. PALMERSTON NORTH. Q OLE Agent for this District for the Grey Valley Coal Company. Orders supplied direct from ship's side in quantities from One Truok and upwards, and forwarded to any part of the District by rail. A. H. WYLDS. TRUST M K ONIES To Settlers iv the Manchester, Doug las, and Pohangina Blocks T urn prepared to supply settlers on the nbovi b oclto with sums of money not exctediug £500 upon security of approved Burn 1 Land without reyuir- xntj pui/iiifiit or pnu-'iifiitiuii, cow-mis, gun. Hilir?! 1 rul'li lit* 1 ii'n.l at m>Tent rates of iut.r«.-t. iIO.OOO in sums if £2000 upwards current rules. I. HE II B E UT H^.NfKINP, BOLICITO AND v oTAI^ ?'BI.H;, PAr,ariifißTOi Noi.xa. IITR J. R. TRIP B, fcUiIGEON-DENTIST, PALMERSTOIS T NORTH. Will zisit Foxton on 6,h, 7- Bth aud 9th May.