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PHOTO&EAPHT. CAUTION TO PERSONS WHO WANT A: EVERLASTING PHOTOGRAPH. NEVER go to an Establishment whero thero is reduction in prico; 'tis a suro sign of abo article, and a, bad Photograph is worthless and sui to fade—consequently the shadow perishes bofoi tho substance. W. H. REED, ARTISTE, SnOKTLAND-STItEET. tggp- Every Photograph warranted or exchanged. NOW COMMENCED ! ! ! CHARLES MARKS' CLEARING-OUT SALE 300 TRUNKS OF BOOTS AND SHOES ADAPTED FOR THE WINTER, TO BE SOLD AT LESS THAN COST PEICE. EOR ONE MONTH ONLY TN consequence of ALTERATIONS ON HI PREMISES, and to make room for Frosh Shipment; CHARLES MARKS Will SEii the Whole of ins Present WELL-SELECTED STOCK OF LADIES,' GENTLEMEN'S, AND CHILDREN'S BOOTS AND SHOES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, FOR CASH ONLY. Wholesale Buyers and Country Dealers will fine this an excellent opportunity to buy CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES. igg- Please Note tho Address— CHARLES MARKS, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, QUEEN-STREET. (Opposite the Southern Cross office.) N3, —Maxwell's Brass and Steel Spurs and Patent Boxes on Sale. PICTURE ERAMES ! PICTURE "ERAMES!!! "U1 NGRA VIN GS, PHOTOGRAPHS, OIL PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS, &c, &c, Ac. Fbamed in the Best vnd Cheavest Styles. B . RITTEN33 Elt G- & CO., (Pictu'e Frame Manufactory) VICTORIA-STREET, AUCKLAND. JUNCTION OE QUEEN AND GREYSTREETS. In consequence of no roads to Albortland, TH K Undersigned finds himself compelled to DISPOSE of the greater portion of his HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, brought out from England, consisting in part of tho following— Walnut Suite, crimson Largo Mahogany Dining Tablo Mahogany French Bedsteads, and othors Hall Tablo Timepieces Chronometer and Clocks Couch, green A quantity of fir6t-c-'.a*s Prints, in which are Martin's three noted pictures of "ThoLast Judgment," " Dny of His Wrath," and " The Heavenly Plains" Rifle Potent Safe 109 Planes and Tool Chest Oil Painting, " Monks at Devotion," from Wilson's—a fine picture in chaste gilt frame, 5 feet by 40 inches A variety of Marble and Sian Papers, for hallsand passages A 4001b. Weighing Machine, Avery's 2 Pier Glasses 6 Iron Bedsteads 4 Time-pieces in rosewood 10 ditto in hric gilt—worth £20, to be sold half prico 11 ditto papier mache, 15s. each And,' 5000 pieces of Hall and Wall Papor3 At such prices as will ensure a speedy salo. NOW OPEN. EDWTtf S. BROOKES. VICTORIA LIVERY & BAIT STABLES, ALBERT-STREET, AUCKLAND. L4TVTT, , FOK HIRE > I ADIES and Gentlemen's Saddlo Horeos Buggies, &c. Also, Jlose aad open Carriages for Wedding Parties, &.o. Jontracts entered into for Wharf and Town Cartage. Hoi b3B and Carriages bought and sold Privately. Horses broken into Saddle or Harness IMRTE AND THOMPSON, Proprietors.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 New Zealand Herald, Volume II, Issue 501, 21 June 1865

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