MR. W. TAYL OX, HAIR RESTORER, MAY be consulted on all diseases of the _ human head, from ten to four, daily, liair restored in ten days ; no cure, no pay. NOTICE TO LADIES. Mrs, W. Taylor may be consulted by Ladies on all diseases of the human head, from ten to four, daily. Mr. W. Taylor, Hair Dyer and Perfumer, guarantees an instantaneous dye of Brown or Black in Five Minutes. TAYLOR'S HYGENIC BALM AND BOTANIC WATER, the only restorative for producing the growth of the hair, the same as used by Her Majesty the Queen of England. The Premises are now Open. W. TAYLOR, Late of 141, Fenchurch-street, London, (Professor Browne's) A clean pair of brushes to every customer. TAYLOR— the only Wig Maker and Ornamental Hair Manufacturer in Wellington. W. TAYLOR, Opposite the Bank of' New Zealand. WELLINGTON, 3rd October, 1865. " WHITE SWAN" tiOTEJI CUBA STREET. THE undersigned begs to inform his nume- , rous friends and the public generally, that he has taken the above well -known Hotel ; and he trusts that he will receive • liberal support at their hands. The best Wines, Spirits, and Beer, always on hand. Capital Stabling attached. Accommodation for a few Boarders. Visitors will find every attention paid them. CHARLES MONAGHAN, Proprietor.
nROWN AND ANCHOR HOTEL, Lambton Quay, Wellington, Choice Wines and Spirits. Excellent Hotel Accommodation, CHARLES MERRITT, Late S. Downes.
R. BORTHWICK, TTOUSE, SHIP AND SIGN PAINTER, Paperhanger, Sign Writer, &c, Importer of Paperhangings, Oils, Colors, &c. A. Borthwick's patent Antifoulihg Composition for wood and iron Ships' bottoms always on hand. Country and other orders punctually attended to. Note the address— LAMBTON QUAY.
AMERICAN COACH FACTORY, Courtenay Place, Te Aro, WILLIAM BLACK & CO. beg to inform the public of Wellington and vicinity, that they have commenced business in the above line, and trust from long experience in the trade to give satisfaction to all who may favour them with a trial. New Work made to Order on the Shortest Notice. Repairing neatly done with and Dispatch. Mail Coaches Express Waggons Dog Carts Barouches Buggys Sulkies &c, &c, TERMS MODERATE. N.B.— All materials are of the best description, and imported to order.
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Post, Issue 272, 21 December 1865
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