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TUST OPENED, The most Splendid Selection of COLONIAL-MADE CLOTHING, FANCY SCARFS AND TIES, HOSIERY, MERCERY, HATS & CAPS, EVER EXHIBITED To the Public in Wellington. The Styles are Modern and Recherche The Prices arc most Reasonable The Materials are very Choice and Durable The Latest Improvements in DRESS are always to be obtained at WARMOLL'S. THE HOSIERY DEPARTMENT Contains a Superior STOCK OF REAL SCOTCH GOODS. THE HAT and CAP DEPARTMENT Contains the most varied and Fashionable Assortment of London and Parisian Hats and Caps To be OBTAINED IN THE COLONY. THE BUYING DEPARTMENT. There is no House in the Colony that has greater facilities for purchasing in the HOME and COLONIAL Markets, and few that possess so thorough a knowledge of the Clothing and Outfitting trade. INCREASED ATTRACTION. WARMOLL'S .ESTABIISII ENT Is now entirely devoted to the GENTLEMEN'S, BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING AND OUTFITTING TRADE, And contains the most perfect assortment of GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING In Wellington. The advantages to be derived from purchasing first hand in the MARKETS of London, Paris, Scotland, Australia, &c, Are offered to tho Public of Wellington by J. WARMOLL, FIRST-CLASS OUTFITTER, (Opposite the Bank of New Zealand), WELLINGTON.

TJLUNDELL AND CURLE, GENERAL PRINTERS, WILLIS STREET, Having received, per Tararua and Otago, from Sydney, A CHOICE SELECTION OF TYPE, Plain and Ornamental, Are prepared to execute any Orders with which they may be favoured with neatness and despatch. POSTERS, HANDBILLS, CARDS, CIRCULARS, BILL HEADS, CHEQUE BOOKS, LABELS, LAW FORMS, CONDITIONS OF SALE, PRICES CURRENT, PROSPECTUSES, CATALOGUES, And every description of LETTER-PRESS PRINTING On the shortest notice.

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Evening Post, Evening Post, Issue 113, 20 June 1865

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Evening Post, Issue 113, 20 June 1865