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Manawatu Times, Volume XXVII, Issue 76810, 4 April 1903, Page 3
Best Southern Flour. 1001b Bags - . 11/$ 501b „ .- 6/--251b „ - - 3/3 SUGAK, No. 3 - 7/- No. 2 - 7/3 » No. 1 . 7/6 „ Brewers - 8/- OATMEAL (Best) - 3/3 KEROSENE(IoOtest) Tin 4/3 „ „ Case 8/3 AT GROVE'S CASH STORE. Barraud and Abraham, AGENTS FOR Ransomes, Sims & Jefferies Ltd., Engines, Threshing Mills, and Agricultural Implements. Booth. Macdonald & Co., Ltd,, Steel Star Winda. Steel Queen Pise TTarrows. McCormick Co., Binders, Mowers, Hayrakes'. Andrews and Beaven, Chaffcutters and Seed Cleaning Machinery. Binder Twine, Oils, etc. BARRATTD AND ABRAHAM, PALAjI USTON KOBTH. DO YOU BURN CANDLES? EXPERTS say that the A*c*xo B*esh Candles are better than any •tfej: Candles on the market, and "the Cariilts sustain tkis favourable opinion. APOLLO SPERM CANDLES are scientifically made of the finest grade of material. They have a nice white, waxy appearance, and bum brightlj and steadily. They Do Not Gutter. The wicks are chemically treated, which prevents them smouldering, j browing off sparks and suffocating fumes when BUUffeo. Apollo Sperm Candles burn longer than most Candles, and an therefore more economical.. , .„. Apollo Sperm Candles are the Best Household Candles: all grocers sell the APOLLO SPERM CANDLES ! Ironmongery & Novelties In Household Requisites I BEG to announce the arrival of a large shipment of General Ironmongery and House Fnnushinfe^bods. These are from the manufacturers direct. ■■ R. S. BIERY, CHEAPSIDE. 5 FOE 6* WANTEDS, Etc., SEE FIRST PAGII. THE TIRATU~SAW^ MILLING CO, WE wish to thank the general public for their liberal support accorded during the past, and beg to amounce the opening of our NEW TIMBER YAED in Bangitikei-street. on the site of the former Alliance B*leyards, where a large stock of all kinds of general Building and Fencing Timber, Moulding, Doors, Sashes, etc., wfll be kept on hand. We have three sawmills at work on the Tiratu Block, Dannevirke, famous for its splendid mixture of fine forest, consisting of Totara, Matai, Bimu, White Pine, etc.—no picking where other mills have cut out the best. And anyone wanting a new dwelling-house or sheds and shelter for stock and farms cannot do better than send their orders along before the fine New. Zealand timber disappears or becomes too dear to be bought. Orders entrusted to our manager, Pahnerston North, will receive our very best attention. • , . ' C. N. CLAUSEN, Manager, •■• Palmerston N. Is4d. J£A Isßd. Jf IN ES T BROKEN OBANGE J PEKOE 2/- per lb. GOLD TIPPED FANNING, A strong full flavored Te» 1/6 per 18. Remember, from <J. REVANS THE CASH ROCEtt. Samples upon application .-' I.T.K-.0.T.G.A.0.T.U. OTANGAKI LODGE, No. 70. HPHE regular meeting pfthe^abo've Lod^e A. will be held in the'Freeniasons' HaTl, Ashburst, on Tuesday evening, April 7th, at 7.30. Business : Ballot and initiation. Visiting brethren cordially invited. ■: By command of the W.M. JOHN PIERCY, Secretary. 1.T.N.0.T.G.A.0.T.U. MAFAWATU KILWINNING LODGE No. 47. INSTALLATION MEETING. rpHE regular meeting" of the above A Lodge wall beheld in tho Fveoniusons' Hill, Lroud street, Oli Wednesday, Bth instant. Lodge tyled at 3.30 P .m. Bharo for transaction of formal- business and general. v Visiting Brethren cordially invited By order of the W.M. " J. HEPWOETH, ■Btictituy.