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MESSRS. Q.RAHAM & CO. HAVE ON SALE,— Fencing Wire, Us "Martha Fisher," &o. 400 Coils Best quality No. 8 Oval Steel Wire. Coils very best Annealed Wire No. 6, 7, and 8. " No 10 Round and Samson Oval Wire. . 40 Kegs finest bright Staples, diamond points. tftalpacks and Cornsacks, ez " Ares," From Calcutta, ' 1500 Packs 27 x 50 loose tops. 1500 Packs 27 x 54 attached tops. 300 Packs 27 x 42 attached tops. 1 BALE BEST SEAMING TWINE. Blue and Red Ruddle, Best Sheep Shears. Marking Ink, 1 Lamp Blacks, Oils and every Shearing requisite. Ironmongery, Hardware, &c. Sheet Zinc, 10, 11, and 12 gauge : Cor-, rugated Iron 6, 7, 8 and 9 feet lengths, Spades, Shovels, Axes, Saws, Hand and Crosscut, Colonial Ovens, Oval Boilers, Kettles, Ranges, Tanks, and Taps, Furnace Pans 20 to 100 gallons. Tubs, Bucketß, Grindstones, Ridging, 0.G., Spouting, Planes, Augurs, Boring Machines, &a, <fca, and a most complete stook of Tradesmen's Tools and Building Ironmongery; Nails. Wire Nails, l£to 6ins Galvanised Nails, Screws and washer, Ewbanks assorted, Flooring and Finishing Brads, Copper iNaiia all sizes, &c. Implements. From well-known Makers, Ransomes, Sims, and Hoad,. we have arranged to execute any order to these makers, or any other Firjns, and can furnish Catalogues and Drawings 'of then Implements and Machinery. 1 Three-furrow Plough. 3 Two-furrow Ploughs. 3 Strong Swing Ploughs. 30 Two-wheel Ploughs and Sheaths. 8 Sets Harrows. 4 Patent "Star" Horse-Raker and Seats, &c. From Reid & Gray. * Two-furrow Plough, very strong. 2 Strong Swing Ploughs and Sheaths, also Ploughs from Hornsby, Howard & Co.---1 Fine Grass Seed Cleaning Machine. 1- Mowing Machine. Corn Shelters, Corn Crushers, &c. TO ARRIVE. 1 McOormick's Harvesting Reaper and Binder, bo largely used in Canterbury. ■ Faints, Oils, eto. Linseed Oil, Raw and Boiled, Castor Oil, Colza Oil, Turpentine, <&c. Tar, White Lead, Red Lead, Paints all Colors, 100 cases of Kerosene, "Diamond" and "Downer", Sulphur, Fine. Coarse, and Rock Salt, Plough Chains, Trace Chains, Whiting, Soda, Crystals Glass, &c. &c, and 150 Barrels Best Portland Cement. Groceries and Station Supplies. Teas, best quality and value, New Season. 20 Tons Sugar all grades, and complete. — Stock of Biscuits, Coffee, Confectionery, Soaps, Candles, Fruits, and Station supplies of every kind. Earthenware,

Just opened up a splendid assortment ' imported direct. Drapery, Hosiery and Saddlery Department.. Shawls, Moles, Tweeds, Blankets, Rugs, ' Ready-made Clothing, and Boots and ' Shoes. Hats, Cotton Prints, Ladies ' and Gentlemen's Saddlery. Whips, [ Bridles, &c, and a complete assort- . ment of all leading lines of Drapery and Fancy Goods. Tarpaulins Of all sizes, Dundee make. Iron Bedsteads, ex " Celestia Queen." 24 Iron Bedsteads, plain and fancy, French half tester and Cots, on view in the new building. Wines, Spirits, ToTsacoo, eto. Our Bond is full -of the best brands, of Wines and Spirits in case and bulk. Ales and Stouts, Quarts and Pints. Clpret, Champagne No. 2, plicquot, Roederer. Quinine Wine, Bitters, Sarsaparilla, &c. Cigars — Manilla, and Swiss. Tobacco— Twist, Nailrod and Pocket pieces, Venus brand Sheep Dips. McDougall's & Hall's well known Dips improve the quality and color of the Wool, easily used and destroy lice, scab, &c. Also Sheep wash Tobacco. Produce, eto. Best feed Oats, 250 bags. Best white Tartarian Seed Oats, 100 bags. 30 tons Flour, Bran, &c. . 100 bags Maize. Sond Wheat. Seeds. Poverty Bay Rye Grass Seed. Cocks foot, Clovers, White and Red, TimothyAlsyke, Lucerne, Alfalfa, Cowgrass, Mangold, &c. oc 5

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Poverty Bay Herald, Volume VI, Issue 911, 3 October 1879

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