Dissolution of Partnership Imperative. THE UNDERSIGNED FIRM OF DRAPERS, CLOTHIERS, AND. OUTFITTERS, TRADING AS LEONARD & CSO. Having determined to dissolve partnership by mutual consent* A B^E FORCED TO CLEAR THE WHOLE Cm| THEIR ■ ■ :Ma!g^ificent stoc^ AT WHATEVER PRICE IT WILL BRING, in order to have a -fiW settle- ! ........ ment arrived at. • y--;-* OUR SHIPMENTS THIS SEASON have been VERY LARGE 'in every department, therefore the -\ GOODS "WILL HAVE TO BE SACRIFICED! to be able to clear within a given time. V Dress Serges, French Merinoes, Winceys, SHAWLS, JACKETS, ULSTERS, & BOBSS, 100 pieces of Flannel to cut up. Blankets will be almost Given Away IENS, TOUTH'S^BOYS' CLOTHING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AT LESS THAN HALF PRICE. IN SHEETINGS, TICKINGS, TOWELS, And EVERY OTHER ARTICLE SUITABLE for HOUSEHOLD PURPOSES, —WE INTEND TO — Realise at Once, and without Delay! Gome and Look through the Stock ! The Goods are all new, therefore you connot be deceived. Remember, the whole of the Stock must be turned into CASH in a few weeks, no matter what the SACRIFICE OR CONSEQUENCE MAY BE. PLEASE NOTE :— The Sale will commence on Saturday, JULY sth. If you want to be well sorted tip COME EA&LY, As we have an offer for the premises, the Establishment may BE CLOSED before we get quit of every article. However, we will give timely notice should this be the case. LEONARD & CO., WHOLESALE and RETAIL DRAPERS and CLOTHIERS, GLADSTONE ROAD, GISBORNE.
E. K. BROWN. TT ~R^ "OROWN has now re.Pj • Jl\_. .O ceived a large and varied supply of WINTER GOODS of every description. Ladies' L.ong Jackets, Ulsters, Waterproofs, Shawls, &c. Serges, Meiinoee, Winceys, Fancy and Woollen Dress Materials. Fancy Woollen Goods in Great Variety. Hosiery, Flowers, Trimmings and Lace Goods. Men's, Boy's, Youths' and Children's WINTER CLOTHING. Ironmongery, Saddlery, Crockery, China, Glassware, Stationery, Farm and Gardeu Seeds, Groceries, Confectionery and Oilman's Stores. Licensed Dealer in Arms and Ammunition. Agent for Sharland's Specialities. Cooper's Sheep Dip. Dealer in Produce of everydescription. Advances made upon Wool, Tallow, and Grass Seed. Everything sold at fair remunerative prices. 2£ per cent, discount allowed on all purchases of £1 and upwards, and on Drapery alone, 5 per cent, allowed. N.B. — All Goods marked in plain figures, and any article not in stock will be procured in town for regular customers. Foreign Orders Executed. EDWARD KNIGHT BROWN, General Storekeeper, CUSTOM HOUSE STREET,' GISBORNE
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Poverty Bay Herald, Volume VI, Issue 911, 3 October 1879
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