Walter Bentley— you all know Walter— was at the highest one night in King Henry VIII, at the Wellington Opera House : Farewell, a long farewell to all my greatnesß, This is the state of man : to-day he puts forth The tender leaves of hope, to-morrow blossoms, And bears hia blushing honors thick upon him ; The third day comes a frost, a killing froßi — Voice from the gods (mimicking Walter) " Then try Wood's Great Pepermint Cure !" It brought down the house. It will sure!/ pay you to Cf nnmn keep your old letters as U Itililjjb . we pay highest cash prices for old postage stamps and collection*. British West Indies and the j older issues oi the Colonies especially desired. Remittances always made first of all after receipt of stamps. Forwards consignment to A. V. HAUSMANN &. CO., 19 Leader Lane, Toronto, Canada. Established 1872. Oldest^stamp import" ing house in America. Mention this ~~ IN MEMORIAL WANTED KNOWN. — For Monuments, Tombstones in marble or granite, Wreaths, Fencing, Kerbing, Lead Lettering, Brickwork, md all kinds of Cemetery work— Apply to W. WALTON & Co,, Greymouth. The only direct importers of Marble on the Coast. ANGLO-CONTINENTAL GOLD SYNDICATE, Ltd. MR GEGRGE WALKER has been appointed AGENT for he Anglo-Contir.cntal Gold Mining Syndicate, Limited, for Inangahua and Grey Counties. The above Syndicate is prepared to t?.\<a up the Option of Developed Mining properties for Flotation. It will undertake the Development and General Management of approved Mining Properties on such terrDsas may be agreed upon. HENRY A. GORDON, r * General Manager. CANTERBURY FROZEN MEAT CO., Ltd. I:r\LFAST FREEZING WORKS MANURES FOR THE SEASON. .''pHE unqualified success of the 1 Company's Manures for the last three seasons prove that they are the most economical, and leave the most remunerative results of any manuresjoffered in New Zealand for garden or farm purposes ; where used the results have been exceedingly successful. Small quantities can be obtained from local ctorekeepers. Farmers csn o'oiain lull particulars ironi the Company's local agent. A. DUNBAR, Agent. MRS ARMSTRONG, (Late of Lyell.) BEGS to intimate to the ladies oi Reefton that' she has com- . ■ mencei business as Dressmaker in premises next to the Catholic Church. Perfect fit and latest fashions guaranteed. Terms moderate.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Inangahua Times, Volume XXII, Issue 1288, 5 August 1897

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Inangahua Times, Volume XXII, Issue 1288, 5 August 1897

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