TO BE HAD AT TUB HERALD OFFICE. SHEEP DIPPING COMPOUND. Prepared by Stauk and Co., Norwich, England. A sum nnd speedy cure for the SCAB, LICE, TICK, and all other Pnrisilicnl Insects ia the fleece. It scours and bleaches the wool, nnd promotes its growth to an extraordinary degree. In casks, containing sufficient for five score, price 30s. M. J. STARK, Agent. Agent for Omata — T. Newsham. New Ply month, August, 1852. WHITE CLOVER SEED. WHITE CLOVER SEED.ex" Joseph Fletcher." It has been tried, nnd proved to be good before being oft'ered for sale by tho importer. On sale, at Is. Gd. per Ib. by W. R. King. TO BE LET, THE Malthouae and Brewery now in the occupation of Mr. Wm. George, tho Brewing Utensils, &c. (o be taken nt a valuation. Possession can be had on the 21st inst. For further particulars apply to CHARLES DAVY. SEVEN STARS HOTEL. AN ORDINARY will be provided at this INN, on the next and ensuing Saturdays-, at Is Gd per head, when the Undersigned wil I be glfld to see any of his old Friends and former Supporters. N.B. — Lunches every day. W. GEORGE. New Plymouth, Nov. 2», 1852. TARANAKI HOTELRSECCOMBE begs to inform tho • Inhabitants of New 'Plj mouth, and the '.Sister Settlements, that he has returned to tho above hotel, and hereby assures the Public that they will fin. l every accommodation to their comfort nnd refreshment. The rooms are large, clean, and well aired ; the Wines and Spirits of tho best qualiiy, nnd Provisions nmple and well cooked— nil of the best description that can be found in the colony. Good feather teds, clean and well aired. Saddle Horses kept hire. Good Siablinjr. By steady nttention to the abivf, K. R. hopes to merit a share nf public pnlronagc. New Plymouth, Nov. 29. 1852. WILLIAM LAX EM A N, GROCER, TEA DEALER, AND COFFEE ROASIER, DEVON STREKT, CORNER OF CUMUn STREET. PERSONS visiting New Plymouth will find tho store of the above replete with most useful articles for coloniil furnishing, having a large quan'ily of Goods to be sold at very low prices, for cash. N.B.— To bo Let, on Building Leases, GO feet of land, fronting Devon-street, fidjoining the " Taranaki Herald" office. ON SALE, AT THE TARANAKI HERALD OFFICE, A LEAF from the NATURAL HISTORY of NEW ZEALAND ; or, a Vocabulary of its different Productions, &c, &c, with their Native Names. By Richard Taylor, M.A., F.G.S. Also, A SERMON on CHRISTIAN UNITY, preached at Taurangn, before the Central Committee of the Church Missionary Socieiy, April, 184!). By R. Taylor, M.A., Church Missionary, Whangnnui. NEW PLYMOUTH MARKETS. £ ». <t. Wheat, per bushel, 010 0 Flour, fine, per ton 24 0 0 Do. seconds do 19 0 0 Fine Flour per lOOlbs 1 10 0 Bread, 21b. loaf 0 0 6 Maize, per bushel 0 4 6 Oats, per ditto •••• 0 4 0 Butter, per lb 0 0 10 Bacon, per lb. 0 0 9 Cheese, per lb 0 1 0 Eggs, per dozen 0 0 6 Potatoes, per t0n. . ........ 3 0 0 Hay, per ton 3 0 0 Poultry— fowls, per pair.... 0 2 0 Ducks, per pair 0 3 6 Turkeys, each 0 9 0
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Taranaki Herald, Volume I, Issue 19, 8 December 1852
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