WARMOLL'S FIRST-CLASS OUTFITTING ESTABLISHMENT, (Opposite the Bank of New Zealand), WELLINGTON. f There is no Place Like WARMOLL'S \ \ to Buy Good Clothing. j B3F All the articles combine Strength, Durability, Superior Style of Cut, and Choicest Pattern of Material, that are sold at WARMOLL'S. Sea Voyagers and Travellers, the best place for Outfits is WARMOLL'!;'. For a choice selection of Fancy Scarfs, Ties, Belts, Braces, Handkerchiefs (hemmed), -. Purses, Perfumery, Combs, Brushes, and all Toilet Requisites— Alwayg go to WARMOLL'S. Country Settlers, Farmers, &o, will find Stong, Serviceable and Good Articles at the Establishment kept by J. WARMOLL. HATS AND CAPS. Every one should buy their Hats and Caps at WARMOLL'S, ALL THE YEAR ROUND. For the largest and best selected Stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing Try Wabmom/s,
MATTRESSES! MA.TTRESSESI MATTRESSES 1 ! J Large Stock of Blankets, Sheets, Bedding, and Mattresses, always ready for use at WARMOLL'S BEDDING WAREHOUSE,. Four doors from HIS CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT. 1 THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE FOR SALE, 10 qr-casks Mar toll's brandy 20 qr-casks BP rum 10 hhds do 100 cases' Scotch, whisky 50 cases JDE^ geneva 20 cases superior sherry wine 15 qr-ensks do 10 qr-casks superior port wine 20 cases champagne 30 cases ginger wine , 50 casks bottled ale and porter 5 half-tierces tobacco 50 half-chests tea 20 qr-chests tea 30 boxeß tea 60 boxes Sydney soap 20 boxes sperm candles 10 casks sugar-house treacle 15 cases crushed loat sugar 40 bags do 10 casks loaf sugar 40 bags Mauritius sugar 10 cases Harper Twelvetrees' washing powder 10 bales wool packs 80 bags salt 10 casks currants 10 cases Hobart Town jams 2 cases English cheese 92,300 feet of V.D.L. timber, assorted sizes 16,150 V.D.L. shingles 14,000 V.D.L. palings And various other goods. Also, Ex Wild Duck, 4 casks Poa Praetensis grass seed WILLIAM HICKSON and SON. Jannary 27. ,
JUST LANDED, EX WILD DUCK AND CLAUD HAMILTON : 35 tons 8.8. H. iron 25 cases Morewood and Hamilton's gald corgtd. iron, 6. 7, and 8 ft 20 kegs French wire nails 18 rolls cocoa matting, 3, 4, and 6-4 20 brls blasting and FPF powder 1 cask amber resin 2 cases iron bedsteads 6 do register stoves 12 Gordon, Kent, and American stores 3 kitchen ranges 14 Colonial ovens 1 case nursery fireguards 4 cases floorcloths 12 cast furnace boilers 20 cases Sam Collins' axes 2 do do picks 1 case American handles 36 cases Jerome's clocks 10 do kerosene oil 20 coils Manila rope 33 do Europe do 1 bale cotton waste 25 drums boiled and raw oil and turps 7 casks assorted colors 12doz Foster's and Parke's patent spades 2 hhds^inware 1 hhd camp kettles 1 " B.M. cruet stands and tea-pots 1 case Albata and E. P. goods 1 case Lockwood's cutlery 2 cases plated enameled ware 1 case Avery's Steelyards 2 cases coffin furniture 1 hhd brushware 2 casks washers, bolts, and nuts ' 2 cases Howard's celebrated ploughs 1 cask putty 4 casks sheet zinc And a large assortment of builders' and and furnishing ironmongery. Feb. 8, 1865. E. W. MILLS.
WANTED, immediately, a Respectable Woman as NUIiSEM AID to accompany a family to England. Apply to Mrs. Andrew, Tinkori-road.
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Evening Post, Evening Post, Issue 12, 21 February 1865
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