Page 3 Advertisements Column 4
Manawatu Herald , 19 Mahuru 1893, Page 3
JOE TOS, Has for Sale a First-cla s Stock of Groceries, Ironmongery, Crockeryware, &c. RELIABLE GARDEN SEEDS, QUANTITY OF SEED OATS. JUST RECEIVED A CONSIGNMENT OF NEW BOOKS, COMPRISING— | Young Ladies Journal, Sylvias' Journal, Latest Fashion Books, Children's School Books and Requisites ; and a large assortment of Cheap Novels, i i FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES JOE TOS, MAIN - STREET, F 0 X T 0 N. HENNESSY, WESTWOOD & CO,, LJAVE just received Seasons Stock of YATES 1 EELIABLE Vegetable and Garden Seeds. | (CATALOGUE ON APPLICATION.) Sashes, Doors, Architraves, Bedsteads, Matrasses, Childs Cots, Timber, Posts, Wire, &c, &c. Grocers, Ironmongers, &c, HENNESSY, WESTWOOD & CO.
Advance Foxton! FURNITURE. REMOVAL TO TEAM SQEDS, MAIN - STREET, FOXTON. W. H. GEBBES, CABINETMAKER, UPHOLSTER- ER, CAP.PENTKE, AND JOINER. T)EGS to thank his Customers for F) thfir support during the last three years. Also to announce that he has removed to the Tram Sheds, next to Post Cfficc where they will get a better Show of Furniture. W. H. GERBES, MAIN -STREET FOXTON. MANAWATU HOTEL SIABLES, HAVING leased the above Stables, I hope by strict at- tention to them, to gain a share of the Public patronage. Horses thoroughly and quietly broken to saddle. W. G. TRASK, Proprietor. SEASONABLE NOTICE. Mrs J. Harris, OF THE "OLD TIMES" BOOT SHOP DESIRES to inform her numer- ous customers that she has now received a large assortment of Boots and Shoes Suitable for the Summer Season. PRICES ARK LOW-THE WAKE THE BEST. Inspection Invited. Mrs Harfis takes this opportu- | uity to wish her customers the Ci-m- --pliments of the Season "OLD T.MES 11 BOOT SHOP, lUTZLTVr - STREET, FOXTON. J. THOMPSON, (Opposite Whyte's Hotel, Main Street, Foxton).. Carpenter, Joiner, and Undertaker. All kinds of Jobbing Work done on th« sh*ntest notice. Pictures framed. Glass cut to any j size.