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2lji?" ARRIVING? AND "TO ARRIVE, FOR AUTUMN AND WINTER TRADE ! BTETT GOODS ! 3XTX3"^ET C3J-0030S I I CTXa^CT' G-OODS Clothing, Overcoats, Ulsters, Blankets, Flannels, Rugs, &c. ; W.ILXIAJI T B A T . ■ Shawls, French Merinoes, Serges, Dress Stuffs, Hosiery, Men's Mercery, Millinery, Hats, AND A GENERAL STOCK, BOUGHT AT UNPRECEDENTED LOW FIGURES, AND WILL BE SOLD AT OUR USUAL SMALL REMUNERATIVE PROFIT. ' .

Masonic Livery and Bait Stables, GIS B OR N E. SADDLE HOBBES, TRAPS, AND BUGGIRS Always on Hire. TTORSEb can be left at Livery and I I every care taken of them, but no responsibility. Good and Secure Paddocking. Good Accommodation for Race Horses, and the best of Fodder always on hand. Persons sending Horses to the Bay will, by wiring to the undersigned, ensure that they will receive every attention on arrival m Gisborne. The Veterinary treatment of Horses is a speciality with the undersigned. jy 19 • E. V. Ltotbell COBB & CO. 'S LIVERY AND BAIT STABLER, (Back of Leonard & C 0.,) GLADSTONE ROAD. . Saddle Horses, Traps, and Buggies on ..•■;■•:• ■-»,; -Hire. ■ :'- .■ ■■■..• ■■•• ,' : : Single and Double Harness*. .-/ A COACH WILL RUN from MR. PAGE'S MASONIC HOTEL TO THE ROYAL OAK, MATAWHERQ, each ' " ■' '" ; '■•■• ■ Monday, Wednesday, and FRIDAY, Starting from Gis oorne at at 8.30 a.m. and 2.30 p.m. • Returning at 9.30 a.m. and 4 p.m. Horses broken into Single and Double Harness at £3 each. JOHN O'SHANNASSV, Proprietor. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIO. LIVERY AND BAIT STABLES. 1 JOSEPH MAIDEN r HAS pleasure m announcing to his friends and the publio, that he has taken' over the STABLES at the BRITISH EMPIRE HOTEL, PEEL STREET, where he will be able, to sup|. ly Saddle Horses, Stabling, and Buggies, to his friends and the public who favor him with their patronage. TT ALL'S SHEEP DIP. The Inventor claims the following advantages for this Dip. Jst. It is instantly and completely soluble, m either cold or warm water. 2nd. It is perfectly safe, non-poison ova m its effects on sheep, healing to all sores on the skin, simple m application »nd may be used at any season or m any climate. ""'.*.' 3rd. It is a ' certain preventive, and perfect cure for Scab. ' 4th. It most effectually destroys Red Lice, also Sheep Ticks or Cades, Maggots, and all other parasites, which infest Sheep. sth. The Dip is invaluable for protecting the Sheep from the attacks of Flies and Maggots. 6th. It has been found to be a valuable cure for Foot Rot. 7th. It greatly improves the general health of the Flock. Bth. It is, acknowledged by all who. have used it to be the best composition known for improving the quality and promoting the growth of the wool. 9th. The Dip is also invaluable for Hnraeß, Cattle, and Dogs, for the cure of Mange, and for the destruction of Lice and Fleas. GRAHAM & CO., ja 6 Agents. MARBLE ! MARBLE! Ex " Helen Dennst." MESSRS. WATERWORTH and TONG,' having Just Received direct from London. a shipment of Splendid MARB tiE. . they are prepared to supply HEADSTONES from £4 and upwards. , v . GRAN IT E I GRAN IT E ! ■;; EX " GLENLOBA. " , W. and T. would call special attention to a Splendid Assortment of red and grey Aberdeen GRANITE, beautifully polished, now on view at their Yard. Gisborne Agent : — TV. J. Upham, Cooper's Buildings, ' Gladstone Road. WATERWORTH AND TONG, Hastings Street, Napier, i Opposite Mr. Holt's Timber Yard.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Poverty Bay Herald, Volume VI, Issue 693, 12 May 1879

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Poverty Bay Herald, Volume VI, Issue 693, 12 May 1879