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liDRICKS delivered at £1 10s. per thousXJ and. Apply to W. Figgis, Brickfield, Hardy Street. O/ REN WICK, M.D., Licentiate of the J- • Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh (late surgeon • of the Thomas Harrison), begs to inform the inhabitants of Nelson that he intends to practise his profession in the colony, and, having had considerable experience both in Europe and India, particularly in the treatment of diseases incidental to the climate of the latter country, hopes to merit a share of public patronage. N.B. Dr. R. has brought a good_Miortment of medicines from England, and is residing irnhe house lately occupied by M|. Bvng, near Messrs. Empson and Co.'s store. W/TR. G. F. BUSH, Surgeon and Ac--LTJL coucheur, Trafalgar • Squwe, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, Licentiate of Apothecaries' Hall, late House Surgeon to the Bath Hoipital, Surgeon to the Bath Friendly Society, Surgeon to the Second District of the Bath Union, &c. &c. At home until half-past Ten in the morning, and after Five in the evening, Drugs of the beat quality may be procured retail. Commercial hotel & billiard V^ ROOBr, Bridge Street, Nelson.-J. K.WARBURTON begs to acquaint the public of Nelson, and visitors from the neighbouring settlements, that the above extensive premises ore now open, where families or single gentlemen can be accommodated with board and lodging on moderate terms . - A large stock of superior wines and spirits always on sale. December 16, /T> RICKS of superior quality at £2 10 0 -U per Thousand. Carted on very reasonable terms. Orders received by W. Jones, at the Brickfield. Hardy Street.^ J SS FINE ENGLISH BOAR, imported -XJL in the Bolton, at Mr. Drutnmond's Stockyard. Nelson, Dec. 7. ! — A Loan Society is now es- *-!• »J- tablished by the Independent Order of Recbabites. Persons wishing to borrow must apply to the Secretary, Mr. J. Magarry, corner of Tasman and Nile Street East, where the regulations may be seen, and all particulars obtained. IX^TANTED, by a YOUNG MAN pracT T tically acquainted with Agriculture in all its branches, who had the entire management of * Urge farm for six years before leaving England, a SITUATION, either as superintendent to any gentleman about to engage in farming, or to take a share with any one about to commence farming. Unexceptionable references can be given, and security if required. Address (by letter), A. J., Examiner office. LF^mMAEL CLARKE/WELL-SINKER, X Hammond's Brickyard, Nile Street East, begs to acquaint the inhabitants of Nelson tb^t he will undertake the sinking of wells at 2s. per foot in depth, References can be given to several gentlemen for whom wells have been sunk, and who are now plentifully supplied with water. J4^ T. HICKTON, Shakspere Walk, •H. JL • respectfully acquaints hit friends and the public that he has commenced business v BAKKR, and will be happy to supply them with GENUINE HOME-MADE BREAD, which he will warrant to be made vkom flour only. Families supplied on the most reasonable terms for ready money. Loaves exchanged when not approved of. Robert palmer, bricklayer -L»v and PLASTERER, Nile Street East, near Trafalgar Square, returns thanks to the inhabitants of Nelson for the support hejias already received, and begs to assure them that all orders with which he may be entrusted shall be executed m a workman-like manner, and on reasonable terms. •_fOHN THOMPSON BRAMWELL. *J LAND SURVEYOR (late Assistant- Surveyor to the New Zealand Company), and General Land and Commission Agent. Bridge Street, Nelson, Dec. 16. tjf 7 D. MACFARLANE, Licensed AUCV • TIONEER and LAND AGENT. Nelson Haven, August 26. tPp B. TITCHENER, AGENT for the X • SALE and LETTING of LAND. Trafalgar Square, Sept. 1. /CIRCULATING LIBRARY.—In comV_^ pliance with a very general request, C. ELLIOTT informs the inhabitants of Nelson tb.it his select assortment of Books are now lent out to read on the following terms ;—; — Single volumes,- in which a norel or other work is complete JtTO 0 6 Other volumes 0 0 4 Quarter's subscription 1 1 0 Annual subscription 3 3 O C. E. begs to say that, should be receive sufficient encouragement, he will make immediate arrangements to enlarge his Library both from Sydney and London. A catalogue may be seen at the Examiner office. GRAMMAR of the NEW ZEALAND LANGUAGE. Now published, price 2s. 6d. each, Parts 1 2 and 3 of a New Zealand Grammar, by the Rev. R. llaukskl-, A.8., TC.D. Each Part to contain forty-eight octavo pages stitched in a wrapper, ana will be issued monthly until the work is com* pleted. VALUABLE FAMILY MEDICINES. JUST received, at the Office of this Paper, a quantity of the following justly celebrated Median** :-- DIGESTIVE or DINNER PILLS, for assisting digestion, correcting acidity, prevss^sing and removing -atalence, oppression -of the chest, heartburn, nausea, giddiness, head* itches, disorders of the stomach, and bilious affections. In boxes, 2s. J>d. and, 4*. 6d. each. ALTERATIVE TONIC POWDERS and PILLS, a certain specific for the removal of tecondarjr symptoms, eruptions of the skin, scorbutic and glandular affections, pains in the bones, ulcerated , sore throats, chronic rheumatism, scrofula, lot* of appetite, depression of spirits, and all diseases arising from an impure state of the blood. In box&, fisr each. BALSAMIC PILLS, a- safe and effectual remedy for local debility, affections of the kidneys, lumbago, &c. In boxes, 4s; da. and 7s. each. AROMATIC SPICK PLASTERS, stronjlylrscommsnded for all affections of the chest. 3*. and S». each.

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Page 165 Advertisements Column 3, Nelson Examiner and New Zealand Chronicle, Volume I, Issue 42, 24 December 1842

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