Page 2 Advertisements Column 1
Manawatu Herald , 7 July 1896, Page 2
FOR WELLINGTON. THE splendid screw steamer « QUEEN OF THE SOUTH •» Captain E. Harvey, "Leaves Foxton every Toesda* Thursday, and Satubiuy. For freight end passage money apply to J. OVEREND, Agent. N.B. —The above steamer has splen did passenger accoraodntion, there being a separate ladies saloon. ANOHOB S.S. COMPANY OF NELSON. OWNEI of steamers Charles Eo-vard, Kennedy, Murray, Wavoriey, and Aorere, trading between Nelson, Wellington, aLgamii, Fozton, Bangitikei, Patea, Westport, Greymouth, and Hokitika. Proprietore of the Anchor Foundry. All kinds of Engic;,<ui Work, Smith Work, Marine and General Repairs and Constmo- on undertaken. Westport and Greymouth ooal delivered cargoes of fifty to one hundred tons at wc3t urrent rates- Shipping Owners- Messrs J. H. Cook & Co., Belnon. W. B. RHODES, Agent, FoxtoD. npBUST MONIES To Settlers in the Manchester, Dong- las, and Pohangina Blocks I am prepared to supply settlers on the above blocks with sums of money not exceeding £500 upon security of Eural Land withou reguir* n ing paymen oj procurator*, commie.* ton, or other such fees, and at current rate of interest: £40,000 in sums of £2000 upwards it current rates. J. HERBERT HANKINS Solicitor, and Notary Public, Paxmerston Nobth. G. F. HAWKINS, BARRISTEE, SOLICITOR, AND NOTARY, MAIN-STREET, FOXTON, & THE SQUARE, PALMERSTON NORTH. Money to Lend on Freehold, Lease* bold and Chattel Securities. EVERY Wednesday and Thurs- day Mr Hawkins may be con* lulted personally at Foxton, at MR ALF. FRASER'S, Main-street, Foxton. PIANOFORTE AND ORGAN TUNER. MR. ARTHUR SILE has de- cided to visit Fox ton and dis- trict twice a year on his professional business as Tuner of Pianos and Or- gans. Notice will be given a fortnight prior to his coming to the district. Orders may be left with Mr A. Eraser, Bookseller, Main-street.