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NEW MUSIC, (Via Suez). DINWIDDIE, MORRISON & CO. TTAVE JUST RECEIVED, - NEW MUSIC as under :- SONGS. Tom and I— Henry P. Lyste The Hero of Plevna— Louise Cohen Singing Quadrille— Cotsford Dicks Joy Bells— Agnes M. Limpus Waiting— F. H. Plagg Sleep, Baby Sleep— Helen M. Burnside Her Heart— H. B. Farnie SACRED SONGS. Who shall roll away the stone?— G. Washington Moon, F.R.S.S. Home Rest— S. H. Sigourney DANCE MUSIO. Apbian Night Quadrille— Cotsford Dick Cleopatra Galop— Charles D'Albert A Country Dance— J. B. Boucher Le Soir Valses— Olivier M6tra L'Etoile dv Soir Valses — Olivier Metra Leo' Gloches de Corneville Valses E. \ Deransart L'Amazone Valse— Joseph Andre* Engaged Valse— Charles D'Albert PIANOFORTE MUSIC. Daraphraise — W. Kuhe Marcheu — Joachim Raff The Goatherd's Song— Chas. Tourville Minerva (Grand March)— H. A. Wollenhaupt Les Cloches de Cornville — Florian Pascal The Bells of Cornville— W. Kuhe A Bay of Sunshine— Chas. Leduc Air Irlandais— J. O'Kelly Cavotte— J. O'Kelly Bargarolle— Chas. Lecocq Berenade— Chas. Lecocq Aubade — Chas. Lecocq Volkslied mit Variationen— Joachim Raff Marche Chinoise— George Samothe The Sorcerer— R. F. Harvey Sandler— Joachim Raff Cavotte in G Major— Randel Deuscienne Etude de Concert— Sydney Smith J J Stradella — Sydney Smith Santa Maria — Trekell The Sorcerer— Brinsley Richards Camille— E. D. Paris Swing Song— J. Munro Coward Echoes of the Chase— W. S. Ruckstro Love Song— Ch. Fontaine METZLER & CO.'S TWENTY-THREE POPULAR WALTZES, QUADRILLES, GALOPS, &c, Arranged as Duets for the Violin, By W. H. Montgomery. BOOK AND MUSIC WAREHOUSE, Tennyson-street. A MERICAN INSTITUTE, 1877. The" HIGHEST AUTHORITY In the United States declares the NEW STRAIGHT NEEDLE (New Improved) WHEELER and WILSON MACHINE The BEST in the WORLD. Unanimous Report of the Judges : — ' ' We do not hesitate to declare the New Wheeler and Wilson Sewing Machine the Best in the World, and we recommend for it the highest recognition — The Special Medal of 1877." Report of the British Commissioner to the Philadelphia Exhibition of 1876 :— "Of all the machines we tested, the Wheeler and Wilson New Machine waa the most completely successful, failing in nothing that was given it." FRED. A. PAGET. (From his report to the English Government). INSPECTION INVITED. Reduced Prices. The NEW MACHINE can be WORKED by HAND or FOOT. Full Instructions Gratis. NEWTON, IRVINE & CO., Sole Agents for Napier, 342 FURNITURE. LARGE AND TOWNLEY HAVE JUST RECEIVED A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OP NEW GOODS, Comprising— GILT CONSOLE TABLE, with Marble _ Slab and Pier Glass Pier Glasses Girandoles Looking Glases New Iron Bedsteads 70CTAVE PIANOFORTES, Walnut, by Kirkman, Bord, Aucher, {splendid Instruments, good value.) WE HAVE ON HAND, SUITES— Drawing-room in Worsted Repp Drawing-room in Figured Silk Drawing-room in Crettone, Sec. Dining-room in Morocco Leather Dining-room in Haircloth, &c. Library Suites, and Bedroom Suites. CARPETS— Brussells and Tapestry, from 3s 9d per yd. Kidderminster Carpets from lid per yd. Floarcloths Linoleum Boulinikon Cocoa and China Matting, And a Splendid Stock of HOUSE FURNISHINGS, Toilet, Dinner, Tea Ware, &c, &c. Liberal Discount allowed to the trade. LARGE AND TOWNLEY, REGENT- S T R E E T, Napier. TT WATERWORTH, DICKENS-STREET, MANUFACTURER OF CEMETERY MEMORIALS, TOMBSTONES, MONUMENTS, -fco., BEGS to direct the attention of the public of Napier and surrounding districts to the ADVANTAGES to be derived from ordering the above from the LOCAL MANUFACTURER. T. W. receives large quantities of Stone in Block, and is able to make every description of Cemetery and Monumental Work at Lower Prices and in shorter time than any Australian or Euglish Makers. Waste of time, risk of breakage, and heavy freights are avoided by ordering in Napier. Font Rails of the choicest designs always on hand. Headstones and Crosses, in great variety, from SOs upwards. Inspection requested at the Yard, Dickens-street, Napier. 68 Q. C. }C1) IN ING ROOMS Hastings-street. D. BLACK BEGS to inform the Public that h. ha taken the above Premises, which are vow RE-OPENED, First-class accommodation for Boardera Meals at all hours, 52

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Hawkes Bay Herald, Volume XXI, Issue 50417, 19 April 1878

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