' JOHN MANSON .& CO., HAVE JUST RECEIVED 1 Case Ladies' WATERPROOF MANTLES from 17s. 6d. 1 „ „ Fashionable Black STRAW HATS from 2s. 1 ' Colored RIBBON VELVETS, RIBBONS, and OSTRICH TIPS. 1 „ LADIES' and GENTS' UMBRELLAS, comprising — Gingham, Alpaca, Zinella and Silk, with Ivory and Rustic. Handles. Corner of Bridge and Trafalgar-sts. «w^^" M "^^ l *** lww * M *^* , * , ---"*-----**---*""™ ,w^ M^^ ■""■"■ H. D. Jackson, BOOKSELLER AID STATIONER TRAFALGAR STREET, NELSON. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF FANCY GOODS, TOYS, AND BERLIN WOOLS ALWAYS IN HAND. LICENSED TO SELL POSTAGE and RECEIPT STAMPS, ACCEPTANCE FORMS, &c. SUBSCRIBERS WANTED FOR PERIODICALS. 1994 AUTUMN AND WINTER DRAPERY :o: T. R. Hodder & Co., RICHMOND. :o; Ex "RANGITOTO" — Dress Materials, Cloaks, Hats, Fancy Drapery, Clothing 1 , Boots and Shoes, &c. T. R. HODDER has just returned from Melbourne, having carefully selected a very large and seasonable assortment of Goods, and of excellent value. Also, 40 Boxes Superior TEA, Hardware, Fancy Goods, &c, &c. 629
NOTICE. AL L PERSONS indebted to GEORGE YOUNG, late of Nga Timoti, are requested to PAY their accounts to the Undersigned by Isc June next. H. YOUNG. Tbe Store, Land, and Stock, for Sale, enquire at the Store. 824 TO BE SOLD. — THE LUGGER BOAT JISISMARK, Belonging to Mr. Richardson, as she now lies at the Fort, with Sails, Rigging, Anchor, and about 4 cwt. Iron Ballast, tihe is an excellent sea boat, well found, inj every respect, and only sold in consequence of owner requiring a larger vessel. Apply to Mr. AUGARDE, 829 Trafalgar-street. THE INANGAHUA QUARTZCRUSHING COMPANT. [Registered], AN EXTRAORDINARY, MEETING of SHAREHOLDERS in the above Company will be held at the Albion Hotel, Greymouth, on FRIDAY, the 18th day of APRIL, 1873, at 3 o'clock p.m. Business : To Take the Necessary Steps to Wind Up the Company. G. W. MOBS, 756 Legal Manager. I\T" OTICE is Hereby Given, that on and afte JLi the 21st day of APRIL, 1873, next, the Pro visions of the *** Cattle Trespass Act, 1868," wil be Enforced on my LAND, being Part ot Section No. 24, Lower Takaka, and that it is my intention to Claim Damages for all Cattle Trespassing upon the said Land, whether the same shall be fenced .or unfenced. AU POULTRY, DOGS, &c, found on my land will be DESTROYED. FRANCIS YARD HICKS. Takaka, March 17, 1873. 685 TO THE ELECTORS OF THE SURBUBAN ELECTORAL DISTRICT. - Gentlemen— lt is with much regret I have to inform you, that it has become necessary, for me to resign the honor of being your Representative in the Parliament of Nevr Zealand. ,-y. My reason for taking a step so much regretted , by me is/ that owing to urgent .private affairs which require my immediate departure ior Eng* land, I shall be unable to take my seat this next session. . Being: most unwilling that ybur interests should suffer through theabsence of your Representative, I have lost no time in placing my resignation in the bands of the Speaker,, in order that you may ha fe ample time afforded- you to elect another member for the district. Allow me, Gentlemen, to take this opportunity of thanking you for the confidence, so honorable to me, which you have reposed in me, .and to express a hope that I am permitted at some future* time to return to New Zealand I may have the gratification of meeting you all puce more, and. en joy ing again that cordial ' friendship and good will which has hitherto existed between us, and which has been to me a source oi unmixed pleasure. t . y AJ ;.. %$\ 'XTpiyyfyeo^ij,^ * y-yy : A ;o-JHI; ■■'[''"■". VGentlemen, /* . - V i.y : ■'"'■■ Your obedient servant, I VJ -Vff-V *nfT£ ; RICHARDSON. ; *- / ',Nel«m,;'Marchßl,Vlß73^>-; y-yfyy 'A.. 825,
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Nelson Evening Mail, Volume VIII, Issue 81, 3 April 1873
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