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Free Lance, Volume IV, Issue 173, 24 October 1903, Page 10
By JSnJjntjifll^y-ffi?'^*' I& Excellency Special Appointment THE Governor. Wall Papers. Wall Papers. Wall Papers. OUR NEW SEASON'S WALL PAPERS HAVE ARRIVED . . //I V^ They are Modern Art in Wall Papers. I IV They are Something Worth Seeing. | I x They are Simply Beautiful. * They are Unique. They are quite a New Departure in Wall Decorations, the Designing being the Work Work of Eminent Artists of England and America.
Our Wall Papers have Combination of colours and delicate harmony of contrasting shades which make them so beautiful and pleasing. We are introducing this season the PANNE! velvet patterns made to match the colours in the upholstery textiles of the coming season. In addition to these we have in stock a large number of decorative effects, including several dis- tinct departures which will be found invaluable even to the most exacting taste. Patterns will be forwarded free to those desiring them. It will be to your interest to call in and see- these modern decorations. R. & E. TINGEY, Wall Paper Providers, . . MANNERS STREET, WELLINGTON.
THE ROUSE & HURRELL CARRIAGE BUILDING CO., LIMITED, Courtenay Place - - - Wellington, -^ INVITE INTENDING PURCHASERS OF
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, DOGCARTS,~GIGS, SULKIES, AND DAISY CARTS OF ALL KINDS . . To send for their ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE, Post Free. The Wellington Meat Export Co., Ltd,,
Manure Works: Ngahauranga rO FARMERS. 37 per cent. Soluble Phosphate; one-half Bone Dust, as above. NO. 3 MIXTURE— £4 17s. 6d. PER TON. One-half Imported Superphosphate, aa above ; one-half " M." Manure, as above. SPECIAL POTATO MANURB,| £5 PER TON. (Copied from the Eeport of the New York Agricultural Experiment Station, at Geneva, N.Y.) GUARANTEED ANALYSIS : Five twenty-thirds Dried Blood, 15 per cent. Ammonia ; Ten twenty-thirds Bone Dust, as above ; Eight twenty-thirds Kainit, 13 per cent. Potash. KAINIT. — The addition of a small propor- tion of Kainit to any of the Mixtures is an advantage, and will be made without extra charge if specified by the purchaser when giving the order. MIXING. — The Manures are not mixed until the orders are sent out, and purchasers at their option can have the original manures sent to them in the makers 1 bags, and make the mixtures themselves. Special Mixtuees can be made at any time to suit farmers.
Offices: Lambton Qnay, Wellington. IMPORTANT CHEAP MANURES. NET CASH, ON TRUCKS AT NGAHAURANGA, IN 2 CWT. SACKS. For 1 cwt. Bags, 2/6 per ton extra is charged. M. MANURE— £« 10s. PER TON. QUKANTEED ANALYSIS : Tricaleic Phosphate . . . . 26 per cent. Ammonia 8 per cent. BONE DUST— £S ss. PER TON. GUARANTEED ANALYSIS : Tricaleic Phosphate . . . . 43 per cent. Ammonia 4 per cent. The present stock of the above two classes of manure, viz., M and Bonedust, is all re- quired foi mixing puiposes, and orders can- not theiefore be taken for these manures by themselves. IMPORTED SUPERPHOSPHATE, £5 ss. PER TON. GUARANTEED ANALYSIS : 35 to 37 per cent. Soluble Phosphate. NO. 1 MIXTURE— £S ss. PER TON. GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: One-half Imported Superphosphate, 35 to
THE WELLINGTON MEAT EXPORT COMPANY, LIMITED. DILNOT SLADDEN, Secretary. Wellington, August 13th, 1903. REMOVE FURNITURE^ THE NEW ZEALAND EXPRESS COMPANY direct attention to their Complete Arrangements for PACKING, REMOVING, AND STORING FURNITURE, by experienced and caieful men. Ring up Telephone 92 for full particulars. Address— 2o, CUSTOMHOUSE QUAY.