Page 3 Advertisements Column 4
Manawatu Herald , 22 December 1894, Page 3
J. R. M°MILLAN, Auctioneer, Valuer, Shipping, Com- mission & Genera! Agent. Auction Sales conducted in any part of the Colony at reason- able rates. PROHM ACSCOV*** SAX.ES. Agent fok The Anchor S.S. Company, Colonial Mutual Life Assurance Society, J. B. MoMILLAN, Foxton. JOE TOS^ MAIN - STREET, FOXTON, The Season's Fruit of every des- cription in stock. Dolls, Toys, Books, and articles suitable for Presents. Please Call and Inspect. All lines of Grocery kept in stock, all fresh and of the best brands. Fresh Fruit and Vegetables always on hand. Reliable Garden Seeds from my own Garden. To Housekeepers. TTTE HAVE MUCH PLEASURE in informing the VV Housekeepers of Foxton and district that our FIRST SHIPMENT 0? HEW SEASON'S FRUIT, Viz, : CURRANTS. RATSINS. SULTANAS, MUSCATELS, etc., Have arrived. We guarantee them PURE & UNADULTER- ATED, and will require NO MIXING to freshen them up. Also, OUR CHRISTMAS GOODS have arrived. PHILIP HENNESSY & CO., OLDEST STORE IN FOXTON,
WOOL SALES. HpHE New Zealand Loan and | Mercantile Agency Company, Limited, wiil hold periodical Wool Sales during the coming season at their Warehouses, Featheraton street, on the following dates : — 18th January, 1895 15th February, 1695 Liberal Cash advances, free of commission, on all parcels sent in for sole here or for shipment to London. WALTER G. FOSTER, Manager, j Offices and Stores, Featherston-street, Wellington. UNDERTAKER. T BEG to notify that my NEW HEARSE | is now completed, and can be ob- tained on very reasonable terms. Funerals conducted promptly and carefully. ANDREW JON SON, "Undertaker. Avenue Road. Foston. Beatty's Pianos £;;*j wh«re. For oai.rtlogv.fi alclm^, Da- ! niel F. Ttaitty, Washington, Now Jersey.