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Manawatu Times, Rōrahi X, Putanga 1248, 19 Hōngongoi 1884, Page 3
O--M.SNELSON 0- » SNELSON T ILL SELL VV ON SATURDAY, JULY 19, 80,000 feet Timber, and Assortment of Groceries, and Nursery Stock from Beanes field's ON SATURDAY, JULY 26, Balance of Timber unsold Flour, Wheat, Oats, also Horses, at Browne's Stables Sale each day at 12 noon. To Close Consignments. /"N SALE by the undersigned— 50 sacks Derweut potatoes 10 tons oaten chaff 50 sacks feed oats 25 boxes tea 25 boxes kerosene 2 tons Queensland sugar 20 dozen tether and clothes lines American chairs 40 sacks cocks foot A good second-hand Theodolite 1 10-Ton Timber Jack 1 5 cwt Arery's machine £ Ton Black Barbed Fencing Wire 1 2-Knife Chaff Cutter Ton Oxide of Iron Paint 10 drums paint oil 1 tori household soap 20 rolls roofing felt 100 full size wool bales 1 ton galvanised iron 20 kegs wire nails 2 Tons Fine Salt 2 improved Kibbling Mills 40 boxes candles 5 casks cement 6. ft!. ~SiEU>OM. Auctioneer^ <&c FOR WELLINGTON. rflE MANAWATU Steam Ship, ping Company's Steamer JANE DOUGLAS, Captain Fraseb, Will sail for the above port (Circura stances permitting; on SATURDAY, AT 10 p:M! Freight: 12s 6d per on , W. G. ROBINSON, Agent, Fox ton. Fred- Williams' EXPRESS LINE OF COACHES. BETWEEN PALMERSTON AND . WOODVILLE AT UEDUCSD HATES. nriHE Coacb. leaves the Princesa JL Hotel at '7 a,m. and starts from the Booking: Office, Club' Ho- tel, at 7.30, calling at Walkley's Commercial Hotel, on Monday, Wednesday,' and Friday , returning from Woodyille to Palmerstp;n Tues- day, Thursday and Saturday at 9,a.m ' Single Pares, each way, 7s 6d. PRINCESS HOTEL Livery Stables. LESSEE. HORSES always on Hire on Reasonable Terms, Good P^ddockjag provide^, Buggies always oh hire, 'Special trips to any part, T. JORDAN, SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER, THE SQUARE,! KEXT WAIKIET'S COMMERCIAJD HOTBi. TTORDAN takes this oppor. • }} tunity of thanking the pub* lie for past favors during the past five years, and begs to inform them that no- thing shall be wanting on bis pait to merit the, same confidence already re* posed m him. A well-assorted stock of Saddlery already on hand, and every article of the trade supplied at the shortest notice. the Address, T. JORDAN (the Old Original),' Next Walkley's Hotel. OPENING NOTICE, WAEEHOUSE. ! " J' 1 f • MESSRS • ' ■ gIMMONDB & pEGDEN HAVE much pleasure m notifying to the residents of Palmerston and adjacent district^; the opening of their- New Furniture, Floor Cloths, Carpets, Fancy Goods, and Crockery Warehouse, next to Wollermaa and Hutcheson's store, - TO-DAY, SATURDAY, JULY 12. Full particulars m future issue, PALIVIEBSTON -LUtteiiJEON ROOMS* The Sqttaee. , PALMEKSTON NORTH, ; (Opposite Bank of Australasia.} ; Mr.s PEVERT Phopbietress. Excellent Accommodation for Board«rs. Luncheon at all hours.