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New Zealand Spectator and Cook's Strait Guardian, Volume VIII, Issue 754, 23 October 1852, Page 1
Ex " Persia" and " Samarang**' 'pHE Undersigned hasreceived Invoices •*- per "Persia" and "Siimarang" consist- fhff of 21^'"' ' ' '■ " "•- - .
1? f- . s - Book, Jaconet, Cambric, Swiss, Cheque;; and Printed Muslins, Coloured Linings, Mohair 'Caps' and Coronets, "Woollen Caps, Jackets^ CraVats; Bootees, Boots, Gaiters, &c., Cashed mere and Woollen Hoods, Black-silk Stockings and other Hosiery. Also, best quality White and Black Satin
Shoes. Also, now landing, Superior Walking-sticks, German and Shell Side and Dressing Combs, Pocket, Ivory and Back Combs, Bone and Oak Nail Brushes, Shaving, Tooth, Comb, Hair and Clothes Brushes, all good quality, Coloured Marbles and- Allies, and a selection of White Lace' Edging* - And- in .Samarang — Frilled Jaconet, Book, Osborne, and other Collars, Child's do., Habits, Chemisettes, Sleeves, Puffs, &c, French Cam- bric Handkerchiefs, Frock "Bodies and Skirts, Robe, do.. Robes and Frocks, Frilled Book Dresses, Ladies' Book Dresses, Chorded Jaco- net Petticoats, Scollops, Insertions. Also, an assortment of Black Lace Edging, &c. THOS. K. WARBURTON. Lambton^quay, August 28, 1852.
Exotic Nursery, King's Road, Chelsea, London.
A/TESSRS. KNIGHT & PERRY "*-*-*• having. for so long a period (about 50 years) gradually augmented the resources of their, large establishment, and having received a corresponding extension of patronage from the most distinguished personages of this and other countries, now confidently solicit the orders of those who wish to enjoy the pleasures of the Garden and Farm for Culinary Flower and Agricultural Seeds, Plants, Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, Fruit Trees, Implements, &c, which together )-with every other article con- nected with Agriculture, Horticulture, and Flo- riculture, they can supply of the finest quality in their respective kinds, and at as low a rate as is simply remunerative. They- respectfully solicit remittances or satisfactory references, with orders from .those whom they have not
had the honor of previously serving. p.S. — They beg to observe that delicate Plants may be best conveyed very long dis- tances in glass cases. Export orders receive their peculiar atten- tion. August 21, 1852,
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON £itt & gift JJnsurrtttC* Cflmpanij.
Established 1836.— Empowered by-Acts of Parliament.
The Amount op Capital subscribed exceeds - £1,500,000.
The Liability of the Proprietors is declared by the Company's Acts of Parliament to be unlimited. .Business.
Insurance against Loss by Fire of Property of every description. Life Insurance in all its Branches.
Insurance op Leases for Years, by which the value of Property so held is made equal to Freehold. Agents for New Zealand. Messrs. William Bowler, Son, & Co. ; Lambton-quay, Wellington ; Messrs. Cookson, Bowler, & Co., Lyttelton ;
who are fully empowered to issue Policies, and settle claimsj on satisfactory proof of loss, and to appoint Agents in the other Settlements. Wellington, August 21, 1852.
TTAY, STRAW, CORN, always on -■--*- hand at the Livery Stables, Ship Hotel. JOHN PIMBLE, Manners-street, Te Aro. Wellington, April 24, 1852.
Wool. rpHE Undersigned will .advance and -*- effect Insurances upon Wool, as usual, consigned to their correspondents in London. HERVEY, JOHNSTON, & CO. Lomljard-stree.t, March tiV'lBs2.
HORSE INFIRMARY, at M. Quin's, Dixon Street, Te Aro. Wellington, March 17, ltfs2.
Undersigned is a (IJash Buyer of WOOL of the ensuing clip.
W. WARING TAYLOR. Wellington, starch 17, 185?.' •
To b;e Let, T^HAT LARGE HOUSE next to the Store of the Undersigned. For particulars, apply to K. «T. DUNCAIf. May 12,^852.