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WYLLIE AND MASON ' Will hold their usual MONTHLY STOCK SALE, At the WAERENGA-A-HDXA YARDS, On THURSDAY NEXT, 9th INSTANT, At 11.30 sharp. Present Entries: 0A HEAD CATTLE ACif) S HE E P, •x^^lncluding j? at Ewes and Wethers. On account A. McKenzie, Esq.: 2 TWO-TOOTH STUD ROMNEY RAMS O FOUR-TOOTH STUD ROMNEY " RAMS G. R. WYLLIE, 524 . Auctioneer. WANTED. WANTED— A Married Couple, for ■ Tokomaru Station.—Apply Williams and Kettle, Ltd.; or, W.D. S. MACDQNALD, Tokomaru Bay. 476 :___ ANTED—A good~General Servant. Apply Makarori Station, by telephone 113. ■ __ 521 WANTED— Second-hand Single-seated Buggy; also, Set oil Harness.— Particulars to Orton, "The Cot," Ormond. ANTED—A Cook:—Apply Mr7~C; Gray, Wadohika. 510 ANTED—A Boy, about 15 years, to assist in pantry and make himself useful.—Apply Masonic Hotel. __ 511 ANTED, to sell, . immediately— Lady's Chainless Bicycle (Columbia), nearly new, in good order.—Apply Herald. 534 ANTED, to sell—Tw<>"or three useful Sheep Dogs, at once. Owner leaving the district.—E. Langford. 504 WANTED""— ~X"Married Shepherd— • Apply J. E. Foster, at Williams and Kettle's. 430 WANTED— Smart Youth, for Dining--1 room. —Apply, at once, at City Buffet. 475 WANTED— A good smart Boy, to attend to horses and garden, at Kelvin Rise.—Apply to W. D. Lysnar .__ ANTED""KNOWN. —"The under- • signed is'in a position to regularly supply Green Peas, New Potatoes, and ail seasonable vegetables, at Lowest Prices for CASH only. Orders left at Mr Jas McKee's promptly attended to. —T. J. Thomas, Market Gardener. 326 "V"MAS "CARDS. Selling off. Sixpenny .A. packet Cards now sd, 9d box Cards (with envelopes) now. 6d, Is packet of 50 Cards now 9d. All reduced. —C. Rosie and Co. ___L_ A CHOICE ASSORTMENT of the very J\. latest styles in American Boots and Shoes just opened at the Phit-Essi. T this season of the year there ia nothing more pleasant than a drive round the rich Poverty Bay flats, and this is a luxury within the means of all by calling at REDSTONE'S Criterion Stablea. ARGAINS in Stylish, Ready-made Costumes*; just half-price at Mark Way's. __ ■ ■■ -1 -» . BUY THE BEST, and you will always get the Cheapest: Only the'best makes of Clothing, Shirts and Hats kept in stock.—At R. Robertson's. /~iHEAP FRUIT. —Apricots and Plums., \z)sn case; Apples, Id lb, or 5s per 651b case of assorted cooking and dessert apples. J. Walter Bull,jiext_Craig's. 514 /COSTUMES, "tailor made, in summer VJ tweed, just bought great job, will be sold very cheap at Mark Way's. _ ; /ShRJSTMAS BOXES. —All purchasers \J of goods.-to the value of! Five Shillings can select nice .Lace! Tie or Collarette at Mark Way's. __ (1 LOTHING AND MERCERY, — AU J purchasers of Ten Shillings and, upwards will be given Three Silk Ties "or One Fancy Silk Handkerchief at Mark Way's. ■ T7K)ir~lmmediate Sale — Snug Little X. Business. Suit lady or gentleman. Satisfactory reasons for selling. Immediate' possession. Cottage, Kaiti beach, 216.— J. Peckover and Co., Gisborne. I^OR Immediate Sale, near Gisborne — ' 13 acres freehold; 37 acres leasehold, house, outbuildings, mostly hillside, but will sell 4 acres on flab (if desired), very good soil.—J. Peckover and Co., Land Agents, Gisborne and Auckland. FOR Immediate Sale—'Extensive Main Road Frontage, a model market garden, pink of order and fruitfulness, extraordinary water supply, good sixroomed house, superior outbuildings-; a rare opportunity for industrious man;. or, owner will sell half garden only.—Apply J. Peckover and Co., Land Agents, Gisborne and Auckland. TjiRIENDS. passing through Gisborne1 by XT steamer cannot be better entertained the short time they are ashore than by a run into the country, the pleasures of which are greatly added to by up-to-date conveyances and reliable horses, which are only obtainable at REDSTONE'S. FOR Immediate Sale—Fifteen chains frontage on corner, well'adapted'for building sites. A choice Residential Property consisting of five acres, subdivided into five areas, grajss, oats, choice orchard, garden, new superior 7-roomed residence, six fire-places, washhouse, with cistern, cowbail,' buggy shed, stock yard, several* hives of bees, all well sheltered; situated at Kaiti; bargain at £885.: — J. Peckover and Co., Land Agents, Gisborne and Auckland. [ FOR SALE~cheap, a good strong Buggy Whip. Owner has no further need, as he now gets his horse shod at John H. Ormond's. 928 TNDIGESTION or WAHOO? You X can have either, but not both. LOST, Christmas Eve, in town —Grey Beardy Dog, registered Rangitikei district.—Any person returning- same ~to Meuzies' Boarding-house rewarded. 533 LOST Lady's Macintosh, containing handkerchief marked "C," yesterday, between Mr SpringalTs, Whataupoko, and Mangapapa. Reward.—Herald OfficeV OST—A small Cheque, No. 671039, drawn by Arai Road Board.—Finder rewarded on returning to J. Whinray, or Herald Office. 526 T OST—A Black Sheep Dog, with white JLJ breast and bushy tail. Finder rewarded.—lan Simson. 530 T ADIES' and Children's White Canvas JLJ Shoes, new fresh goods,- imported direct, Cheap.—At Phit-Essi Boot Shop. T ATEST NOVELTIES in Silk Ties, JLJ Handkerchiefs, and Scarfs. Very choice and pretty, suitable for Christmas presents. Just opened to-day at R. Robertson's MADAMSTDtTLEMONS; Phrenologist, Graphologist, Scientific Palmist, etc., may be consulted daily from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Rooms opposite Royal Hotel, Gladstone road. Fee, 3s 6d. 484 MERCERISED SATEENS.—A eplendid selection of these very pretty, fashionable-, and useful goods now being exhibited on Show Tables. — William Pettie. . MUSHROOM HATS.—Just landed a large assortment for Ladies and Children at Mark Way's. £W MILLINERY:—Now showing a magnificent assortment of Trimmed Millinery, including some choice Paris models; also, great variety Sailor Hate. —William Pettie. (~)RMOND QUARRY is now at its best, and as a pleasure resort there is no more beautiful spot so handy to town. With the horses and conveyances on hire at REDSTONE'S Stables, this favorite picnicing ground is within easy distance of Gisborne._ ' T> EWARD.—Lost, "Coupon Book, beXV longing Singer Machine Co.; no use except ( to owner.—Please return Chrisp and Son, Agents. ' 529 SPRING CLEANING.—Buy your Lace Curtains, Sheeting, Art Muslin, etc., at Mark Way's. Cheapest in town. SKIRTSAND^LOUSES— Juet opened a choice selection of Ladies' Silk Skirts, Lustre Skirts, Printed Muslin Skirts, White Skirts; also, Blouses of every description.—William Pettie ~\ SEE XMAS DISPLAY of all sorts of Useful and Ornamental Article's (imported direct from London). Splendid value. Prices to suit all purses.—At C. Rosie and Co.'s. IF YOU WANT a Wedding, Birthday, or Xmas Present, be sure and call at C. Rosie and Co.'s. Grand selectiou of Fancy Goods now on view.. Imported direct. T OASBY'S WAHOO has cured more JJ cases of chronic Indigestion than any other remedy.' Thousands of testimonials prove this. OU CAN GET IT CHEAPER AT AFMBBROS.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XXIX, Issue 9341, 4 January 1902

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Poverty Bay Herald, Volume XXIX, Issue 9341, 4 January 1902

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