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Chew, Free Church Minister, of Norwich writes: — "A New Connexion Minister— a friend of mine—suffered severely from Tic for some time. He took one or two of your ' Anti-Neuralgic Pills, 1 and next morning he was quite well. The ' Quinine Pills have been of great service in our family.' Sold by all shemists and storekeepers. Post free from the proprietor, J. Baxter, Chemist Chriscohureh, for 18 postage stamps. — Advt New Favorite Pipe. — The undersigned has ju-tt received a consignment of the new Australian Needlewood Pipe. It 1b guaranteed not to burn or crack. There is an immense demand for these pipes in Australia ; they are only just introduced into New Zealand. On sale, the celebrated Ascot Tobacco — mild medium, and full strength — John Avery, "Wholesale and Retail Tobacco nist, New Plymouth. — Advt Handsome rich toned Piano, also a large assortment of Music, must be sold, bring consignment account,a.tG. M. Brasch & Co.— Advt. " One of the best" is the title of a successful play recently produced in the Old Country. New Venus tobacco is one of the best tobaccos ever introduced into this country. It combines purity and fragrance and altogether is a most grateful "smoke."— Advt. LOST, on Tuesdiy afternoon.— GOLD CABLE BRACELET, padlock attached.— Finder rewarded on returning to A. F. Mclntosh. 220 STRAYED from paddock at Moturoa, —Dark Bay MARE, with white stripe on forehead, and three white feet; rope on neck. Finder will be rewarded on leaving the same with WM L. HAWKES, 245 Moturoa Freeziug Works. A GOOD HOUSEKEEPER also a NURSERY GOVERNESS need places. Apply W. Courtney. 268 WANTED, — A GOOD STEADY MAN to drive the Coach and make himself generally useful. None bat experienced hands need apply. James Tarry, Inglewood. 267 WANTED, — A Good General SERVANT.— AppIy at once to Mrs Devonport between 7 and 8 p.m. 261 WANTED,— A General SERVANT. References required. Apply any evening after 7. — Apply Mrs E. G. Allen, Devon St. West. 256 WANTED TO LET, — TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS, pleasantly situated ; view of the sea ; 15 minutes' walk from the town.— Apply X.Y.Z., Herald Office. 254 WANTED,— YOUNG LAD, to milk and do odd jobs.- Apply office of this paper. 176 WTI/TOREY & SON respect • xtjL fully notify arrival of a arge shipment of Summer Goods ex Aotea, which are now all maiked off and ready for inspection. Our customers aud ihe public generally are invited to inspect the same. b 432 NEW PLYMOUTH HARBOUR BOARD. NOTICE OF WITHDRAWAL AND ELECTION. TARANAKI NORTH WARD. T EONARD BROWNLOW HORJLj ROCKS having given me notioe to withdraw his natno ua a Candidate at the Election for the office of a Member of the New Plymouth Harbour Board, I hereby declare Richard Hutiok Davies to bo duly elected a member of the Board. CLARENCE RENNELL, Returning Officer. New Plymouth, February 2nd, 1897. 264 NEW PLYMOUTH HARBOUR BOARD. NOTICE OF WITHDRAWAL AND ELECTION. NEW PLYMOUTH WARD. RICHARD HUTTON DAVIES having given me notice to withdraw his name as a Candidate at the Election for the office of a Member of the New Plymouth Harbour Board, I hereby declare James Baxter Connett to be duly elected a member of the Board. CLARENCE RENNELL, Returning Officer. New Plymouth, 2nd Febuary, 1897. 263 Tenders. TENDERS WANTED for DIGGING a Cool Chamber on farm of undersigned; also for PAVING with Puketea piles Stockyard on said farm. For particulars apply to the undersigned, or to A. H. Martin, on the farm. Tenders to be sent in by 15th February. HENR? J. FISHER. Chiec-Shan, lieu wood Road. 262 rTIENDERS are invited for the supply X of Provisions, Fruit, &c, for Band of Hope Picnic on Thursday, February 11th, 1897. All particulars can be had by applying to tho Secretary, C. Carter. 266 SALE, or to be Let.— A new, woll built, 5-roomed House with bathroom and scullery, also a Trap Shed on full quarter-acre section. Pleasantly situated n<;ar the Bea ; five minutes from Railway Station. The above will be sold on exceptionally easy terms, or let to an approved tenant. — F. P. Cokkill, National Bank Chambers. 2C5 HOUSE TO LET, in Courtenaystreet, containing six rooms and bathroom. Detached wash-house. Now occupied by Mr Laurie.— Apply to Chew Cuong. 147 aENTS' English Tan Boots and Shoes At McEwen Beos,
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Taranaki Herald, Volume XLVI, Issue 10833, 2 February 1897
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