Page 3 Advertisements Column 7
Manawatu Herald , 28 September 1899, Page 3
JOE TOS, General Grocer and Ironmonger, Main-street, l^xton. : O ' ■■ I have a large stock of Books, Periodicals and Magazines. Also Gold and Silver Watches, Alberts, Rings and other Fancy Jewellery, all of which I am selling at prices to suit the times. JOE TOS. P. Hennessy & Co. A Drawing-room Suite for £12, Consisting of 1 Couch, 2 easy and 4 plain Chairs. Hand- somely covered, spring seated. GIPSY TABLES. A CARGO OF COALBROOK- DALE COAL Is expected to arrive on Saturday. Customers are re- quested to book- their orders at once. P. HENNESSY & CO.
ULlf Frasevj Removed TO NEW ND MORE COMMO DIOUS PREMISES NEXT TO HOWAN & WALSH. Alf Fraser, Main-street, Foxton. ■■«?<•.•.
lanawatu Hotel, AVENUE ROAD, j FOXTON. HAVING leased the above Hotel . I am |»repaieil to receive ~- tors and the general puttlic A I favouiing n»e with f.h ir paU'oaage will re«ejve th«» b st atteuti.ii!. Pkoprietor - T. E WANKLI'N The best brands of Alea. Wines, and bpirits I.ept in (*OOD STABLING A' VMM MO- DA ION. A first-class billiard table n the prem sea. Preserving & Mounting BIRDS. , MR. GEORGE LANGLEY is now prepared to nndeitalce the Curing nnd Mocnting of all kinds of Birds in si careful aud na- ture 1 niaimer, at the most reasonable charges. Specimens can be seen at his reel- dence, The Avenue.
1 THE RED HOUSE, FOXTON. M. H. WALKER DESIRES to acquaint the public with the fact that he has purchased the Business from Mr Thomas Westwood known as " THE REEf HOUSE," and would ask the inhabitants of Foxton and district to favor him with a Trial Ox»dLea?»« It will be the ambition of M.H.W. to serve his Customers well, and exe- cute all orders with dispatch. Hoping to receive the patronage accorded to my predecessor, and assuring Customers of every civility -and attention. I beg to remain, yours obediently, M. H. WALKER. In connection with the above, I desire to thank all the residents of Foxton for their patronage accorded to us during the past five yeaft, and ask for a continuance of the same to our success* r, who was so well a«u iavourably known as our Manager during the past term. 37th July, 1899, THOS. WESTWOOD & CO.