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Manawatu Times, Volume XXVI, Issue 713, 8 January 1901, Page 3
SHOWIN G To-day- PICNIC HATS, 6d Each, TSTEW SHIPMENT OF Kid Gloves AND Travelling Costumes AT LEOPOLD SIMMONS' General Draper & Importer I .- • ....■ ; THE SQUABE, i PALMERSTON NORTH, N.Z.L. AND M.A. CO.. LD. PALMERSTuN NORTH SALE. THURSDAY, 10th JANUARY, 1901, At 12 o'clock. PJIHE NEW ZEALAND LOAN JL & MERCANTILE AGENCY CO., Ltd., will sell by public auction as above— 100 fat and forward woolly ewes 1000 2-tooth wethers 163 4 and 6-tooth shorn ewes 500 ii-tooth wethers 150 lambs, shorn 500 2-tu..fch wethers 200 fresh, fafc and forward 2 and 4-tooth wethers 120 fafc and forward wethers 1 fafc cow 2 empty store cows 1 fat bullock 1 18-month shorthorn bull 1 cow and.calf 1 purebred Alderney heifer 1 store cow 1 steer . 86 3.year steers 10 18-month steers 15 weanora 25 good 8 and 4-year bullocks 25. weaners 8 prime fat bullocks 10 empty heifers 2.0 good empty heifers 1 Holstein-Ayrsbire bull PALMERSTON NORTH HOSPITAL. rpENDERS are invited for supply ,JL of firewood. Specifications can be seen at the Board's office, where tenders will close on Thursday, 10th January, at 10 a.m. WALTER RUTHERFURD, -■ Secretary. THE TRANSVAAL WAR Achievements of the Home and Colonial Forces in the Great Conflict of 1899-00. A SUPERB ILLUSTItATED HISTORY, written by Spencer Wilkinson, and illustrated by England's Best Artists. and Published by the Illustrated London News, PRICE, 4/- 5 FEATUEES—Eight full-page Photogravures, small and large Photos of all the prominent Leaders and Heroes of the Campaign, and reproductions of Pictures drawn on the spot by the Artists of the News. , A Beautiful Publication. A Achievement. The Regular and Volunteer-in War. Infantry and Cavalry Compared. A Record of Colonial Prowess. GET A COPY YOURSELF. GIVE OiSTE TO YOUR FEIEND. A FINE NEW YEAR GIFT. ...DON'T MISS THE I.L.N. 'S GREAT WAR NUMBERTHE BEST YET. John C. Swallow, Bookseller & Stationer, THE BQUAKE. Opposite the Bank of Australasia. ' Telephone No 90 h '- CALL AT The Geisha Tea Rooms, ■ -- .■-■'.-' FOR : FTEBNOON TEAS xi. LIGHI LUNCHES SUPPERS ; STKAWBEREIES and CBEAM. i<}RILLS.SaM PJES^" HAM and EGGS • CONFECTIONERY. A SHHUBST HACK GUINEAS 1902. il Nominations will be received on or before Saturday, 26th January, 1801, for tho Aahurst •Hack Guineas, 1002,. of 100 guineas ; second horse to .receive 20gs, aad third horse sgs from tho stakes1 I'or the present yearlings that arc not nominated fo: other than Hack Races at time of entry, and have -not won a race of over £10 at time of starting, hack ; and hunter races exceptta. Colts,, Bst 101b; fillies I «na geldings, Bst 51b. The winner of any Hack i <Juineas or Hack Sires Produce Stakes to carry a | penalty of 71bB. To be run on the Ashurst Racecourse in December, 1902. Noininatlwj; 10s 6d, a second payment of 10s 6d on night of general entry, 1901; and a final payment of 21s on night of general entry, l!) 02. Distance, 1 mllo. Nomination papers on application to tho secretary, J. H, VINCENT, Secretary. •>^^^i^ S i3R NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COMPANY. ROYAL MAIL STEAME~RS. S.S. " BANFFSHIKE," 5526 tons reg. Comniander—Slewart. rXIHIS fine steamer W ill -lea7e i Wellington for London, via Monto Video, Tenerlffe and Plymouth, <abont Thursday, 28th Fvbbuaiiy. Fcr freight and passage apply to BARR/VUD & ABitAHAM, Agents, North, Feilding and Danevirko. mENNIS SHIRTS • JL AND CRICKETING TROUSERS AT Leopold Simmons', Till SQUARE) PAtaffSSJQfl KoRJB.