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piANOFORTES AND HARMONIUMS. Made expressly for the climate of New Zealand. MUSIC and all kinds of MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS always in Stock. GEORGE LEGG, Pianoforte and Music Selleb, PARNELL, AUCKLAND.

MUSIC WAREHOUSE. EG. SMITH begs to intimate to the • Public that he has received advices of the early shipment of a large and carefully selected Stock of Pianofortes, Harmoniums, and Musical Instruments of every description from the first London and Parisian Houses. A general assortment of the newest Classical and Popular Music. Fancy and Mercantile Stationery in great variety. WELLINGTON MUSIC WAREHOUSE, Adjoining the Club. WILL SHORTLY BE OPENED.

BROADWOODS' PIANOFORTES. EX MALLARD. MISS LOUISA ROSE having new Pianofortes on hand by the above celebrated manufacturers, bega to inform the inhabitants of Wellington and Us vicinity that they are on sale, and can be viewed at her establishment daily. The above can be guaranteed as genuine, having arrived direct from the manufactory. S®" PARISIAN BAZAAR, Willis street, Wellington.

MR. R. A. R. OWE N, Member of the Conservatoire, Brussels, (Late Solo Pianist, Otago Exhibition), PROFESSOR OF THE PIANOFORTE AND SINGING. Terms to be obtained at Messrs. SteinhofE, Willis street : and office of the Evening Post.


M'INTYRE, STAFFORD & CO., SHIP CHANDLERS, SAILMAKERS, AND GENERAL MERCHANTS, Custom House Street, In the Store formerly occupied by J. Dransfleld. rpHE above having procured the services of JL a first-rate Practical Sailmaker, are prepared to execute orders, and guarantee to make sails equal to any in the colonies, and on moderate terms. Sails made and repaired Tarpaulins and dray covers And all manner of Sail Work made to order on the shortest notice. Custom House Street, Wellington, 30th May. D M'INTYRE, MARINE SURVEYOR, , Custom House street, Wellington.

GEO. SELLWOOD, TJRICKLAYER AND BUILDER £j Manner-street, opposite the Ship Hotel OVENS BUILT AND REPAIRED On the shortest notice. All descriptions of Firework done on the most reasonable terms.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Post, Issue 113, 20 June 1865

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