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Manawatu Times, Volume XXVI, Issue 7128, 2 January 1901, Page 1
W.SEED, (Late F, Bryant), Thb Sqtjabk, Palmerston Nokih, HAYING commenced business in those oentral premises hitherto oooupied by Mr F. Bryant, W. Reed desires to notify that none but the pnmest meat will be sold as previously. SAUSAGES A SPF.CIA_IT_. Small Goods of all descriptions on hand, i ■ THE SQUARE Parkins _ IttfluM,' The Square Butchery Next to Montague's Arcade. WHOLESALE & RETAIL BUTCHERS THE best house in town for the primes meat PORK BUTCHERY. JOHN 0. BENDER, Next to U.P.0.A., Palmerston _f. EAS commenced business as above. Small Goods of all descrinf ions on hand. Pork Sausages and Boiled Ham fresh daily. Orders for Poultry, Sucking Pig and Sandwitches promptly vittended to Only the best of dairy-fed Pork. kept. Good i mild-cured Bacon and Hams always in 1 Btock, MANAWATIT '~~ SASH & DOOR WORKS (Late S«juikes.) Bennett and Sollitt proprietors. contractorsTbuilders, &o. 13LANS and Estimates for all) 1 work in the trade supplied. HOWLESALE & RETAIL. Hart & Keeling> BOOKBINDERS, . Manufacturing Stationers, f~ ETTERPRESS & LITHOGRAPHIC I-i . PRINTERS, AND Bubber Stamp Makers. Mi in street, Opposite the Cnurthouea Palmerston Noith. FISHING TACKLE. W. S. "HART, GONMAKER?, rr Maih stbbkt West, Famierston North. JUST ARRIVED-A large and varied tf assortment of Fishing requisites, comprising:— ! RODS LINES . REELS TRACE? CASTS MINNOWS • FLIES HOOKS GUT FLY BOOKS WADERS BASKETS Ac, &o. Rods and Tackle Repaired. qpHB BEST TYPEWRITER 13 THB i YOST. Price, J825. Cash Tiecount, 5%. The Yerex and Jones Compaiv, Victoria street, WELLINGTON. '■ Send for Catalogue. Local Agents— BROPHY, MOWLEM & WILLIAMS. MR H. E. GUNTER, TEACHER OP PIANOFORTE. TERMS— Three Guineas per Quarter. Address— School of Music. The Square, PALMERSTON NORTH •Karataonga Moil, HASTINGS, HAWKER BA.Y. Boarding School for Boys* TERMS— 50 guineas per annum. Pro«"j pectus on application to JOHN A. FRASER. Fea*3n?ftster O JBL _*__ V E3 IN , PaLMBRSTON N. SCHOOL FOR GIRLS PRINCIPAL—MISS FRASER, COi_L_ G .aTte~sT__crL, PALMERSTON N. PRINCIPALS-J. E. Archibald, M.A, and Mrs Archibald. Evening classes at usual hours. Apply'at School, Broad st ~_ t, Olub" Hotel Stables, ~ The Square, Palmeriton North H. WOODFIELD Prcpbktor ' LANDAUS, Victorias, Buggies and Gigs always on hire. Sad lie and harnesß h( rEes supplied at 'he shn*test notice. Hor*es broken to saddle . d he mess. Hor *c clipping done at c arrent l ates, an tl vrot'i guaranteed. H, WC:-.;!_£BLD !"iuh^uielSftt| '