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Manawatu Times, Rōrahi XXVIII, Putanga 543, 4 Whiringa-ā-rangi 1905, Page 3
John B. Gerrand Watchmaker, Jeweller And Optician. (17 years with Littlejohn and Son, Wellington). NEW PREMISES WALDEGRAVE'S BUILDING. Special Facilities for SIGHT TESTING Now Provided, All Work Placed in my Hands will Recive Skilful Attention. J. B. GERRAND, (Late Murray.) ■ [Established 1885.] . COLES 5 MUSIC HOUSE. WILL, for the benefit of Country Clients, exhibit the very latest models in Pianos ...AND... Organs at their Permanent Stand on the Show Ground. Catalogues will he distributed free. COLES'
The Square. Palmoraton North. ; Telephone (9 to 6) 210. After 6 p.m.. 292. Showroom Novelties. T ADIEB will find our stock the ■X-* most complete and up-to-date in the district, and we would respectfully advise our numerous patrons to make an early call of inspection. Our millinery always stands unequalled, and in this season's productions our milliner has surpassed all previous efforts. We are showing some artistic designs and shades in trimmed millinery at very moderate prices. Also Ladies' Sailor Hats in the newest shapest 3/9 to 6/6, and childrons' millinery in endless variety from 2/6 to 21/- In our Mantle and Costume Department we are showing a full range of the latest novelties, including : Ladies' Black Voile Dress Skirt?, 25/--t095-/ 9-5-/ Grey Tweed Dress Skirfca 10/6 Ladies' Washing Costumes from 15/- Ladies' Tweed and Voile Costumes, 19/6 to 4 guineas , INSPECTION INVITED. c. smTth, The Cash Draper. THE SQUARE. AMONGST our ordinary large stock of— Bag 3, Ports, Hampers, Trunks Straps ; i Labels : We have a • Belts • splendid lot j Spurs • of | Whips i .....: Tnongs .■■■ ■ : SADDLES • 6 Gollars • , jHames Harness for Gigs, Spring Carts and Drays, C.W. WYCHERLEY & SON, SADDLERS, Etc. PALMEEBTON NORTH. DXC. DXC. COMPENSATION PERIOD. ADVANTAGES or the Further Reductions AND Concessions Pending Eemoval to New Building ABB IN ALL DEPARTMENTS Very Apparent. - A NEW PHASE OF BUSINESS is Now in Progress AND AVAILABLE TO ALL In City or Country AT THE D.I.C. WELLINGTON. D.I.C. D.I.C. BOOKS OBTAINABLE... ...from... W. L. AITKEN, BOOKSELLER, . MainStkkbt. Gals Gossip, cloth, 4a ; Life of My Heart by Victoria Cross, An^al Jim by A. Q. Hales, The Blazed Trail by Stewart E. White, Life in a Crack Begiment by Baron yon Schlight, Patmos by Kathleen Inglewood, A Daughter o the Snows by Jack London, The God of His Fathers by Jaok London, The Eternal Cfty by Hall Came, 39 6d each, cloth editions; The Man from Snowy Eiver by A- B. Patterson, Rio Grande's Last Eace by A. B Patterson, 5s 6d; When the World was Wide and other verses by Henry Lawson, 5s 6d ; On Our Selection by Steele Rudd, Our New Seleotion by Steele Kudd, 63 6d. A Large Seleotion of Books By Mrs Henry Wood, Edna Lyall, SilhS Hocking, Joseph Hooking; Annie S. Swan, Ethel Turner, Marie Corelli, L. T. Meade. Beprinfcg of popular novels by best authors 8d each, hundreds to select from. N.Z. Xmas numbers now to hand, ready wrapped for posting. W.L.Aitken, BOOKSELLER & STATIONER, Main • Bfcreet, Palinerston North. '