Mr. Naylor, an English organist:, and a brother of Dr. Naylor of York Minster, who was recently in the city, hat been appointed organist at the Nelson Cathedral. The appointment was made by the Ker. J. P. Kempthorne (vicar) and Messrs. Blytli and Maginnity, churchwardens. The new organist was to be here by the first of May. Mr. Ambrose K. Moore, the present organist and choirmaster, has held his second appointment sine* 1895, but prior to that year he was organist at the Cathedral for 17 years, and he has been connected with the church for 30 years. ,
J. Tonson Garlick, amongst othir seasonable goods, has just opened np a splendid lot of eider down quilts and printed plushettes, very handsome and durable for hangings; also printed and plain art serges in various colours. Beautiftl assortment of tapestry and chenille table cover and coloured curtains.-" The People's" Furnishing Warehouse.
One Box op Clarke s B 41 Pills is warranted to cure all discharges from the Urinary Organs, in either sex (acquired or constitutional). Gravel and Pains in the Back. Guaranteed free from Mercury. Sold in Boxes 4s 6d each, by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors throughout the World. Proprietors: Tkb Lincoln and Midland Counties Dkuo Commit, Lincoln, England. SncuLATOBS akd Others should consult Mr. Thornef, 91, Queen-street, «t enoe about the purchase of desirable blocks of land and boom. DtUnKtdwcwiU'
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New Zealand Herald, New Zealand Herald, Volume XXXIV, Issue 10434, 5 May 1897
New Zealand Herald New Zealand Herald, Volume XXXIV, Issue 10434, 5 May 1897
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