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IST B W__J^OjO^l) S. MESSRS. CLARKSON & TURNBULL 1 T)EG to announce that they have received and opened their New Goods for the season, which have been carefidly selected. Being bought at a favorable time, they will bear comparison with any goods m the market. The Old Stock has been carefully re-marked, and a reduction m many instances ' of 20 per cent. made. Clarkson & Turnbull have much pleasure m stating that the annexed is a list of New Goods only. TIMAEU AND TIMUKA. A STRACHAN Cloth, a new material for Ladies' and Children's Jackets and Mantles B ONNETS, An elegant assortment, comprising all the novelties m Straw, Plush, Velvet, and Millinery COLLARS, Boy's, Gentlemen's, Ladies' linen and muslin, Ladies' sets. CARPETS, A splendid variety, m Kidderminster, Axminster, Tapestry, and Brussels. COCOA Mats and Matting m all widths D RESSES, In these there is a well selected lot of choice goods, m Poplin, Poplinette, Mohair Winceys, Linseys, and Robes. DIAPERS, 7-8 and 4-4, and Cloutmgs. DAMASKS and Moreens, black, wliite, scarlet, and fancy colors E DGINGS and Insertions, m Muslin and Lace. F URNISHING Goods of all descriptions, Blankets, Counterpanes, Sheeting. FLANNEL, In Real Welsh, Imitation do., Saxony, and colored. Printed do, m all new colors and patterns. FANCY Goods, a large variety G LOVES and Gauntlets, Children's Ladies'and Gentlemen's, m Kid, Cashmere, Cloth, Ringwood,&c. H OSIER Y, Children's, Ladies' and Men's, m Silk, Cotton, Lisle, Cashmere, Merino, &c. HATS, Infant's, Children's, and Ladies' trimmed and plain, m the New Straws, Plush, and Velvet I NFANTS Robes, Dresses, Bodies, and Hoods J ACKETS, Children's and Ladies' Jackets, m Tweed, Sealskin, Witney, and Melton. Some very elegant, m Black silk Velvet, Plush, and Astrachan Cloth X NITTED Polkas, m Children's and Ladies' sizes L ADIES' and Children's underclothing, a first class stock. LONG CLOTHS, Lawns M ANTLES In the Bernouse style, a choice lot. MUSLINS, Book, Tarlatan, Jaconet, Norwich, Cambric, Mull, Fancy Muslin, N ORWICH Poplins O IL CLOTH For Table or Floor, all widths P AISLEY Shawls, long. Portmanteaus, Perambulators, Portmonies, &c. Q UILTS and Counterpanes, crib, -9-4, 10-4, and 12-4, m Toilet, Knotted, and Marsala R OBES, Ladies' Wincey and Mohair S KIRTS, Children's and Ladies' Skirts, m Cashmere, Wincey, and Silk, plain and quilted. Striped Wincey on the piece. T ABLE Cloths m white and coloured Damask, all sizes, m Reps, Reptarra, and Embossed, m all colors. Napkins, and Doyleys U NION Ticks, Body Linings, Damask, &c. Umbrellas, m Gingham, Silk, and Alpaca V ICTORIAN Lawns W INCEYS, A large lot, m new colors V OUTH'S, Boy's, and Men's Clothing,and underclothing of every description Z EPHYR SHAWLS CLARKSON & TURNBULL, TIMARU & TIMXTKA. ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF TIMARTJ. nnilE FOLLOWING PERSONS ARE OBJECTED TO as not being Entitled to have their Names Retained on the LIST OF VOTERS for the Electoral District of Timaru. "••- Name and Christian Name and Surname of p Abode. 15 of ™ e Supposed a R onm> op OnTFr-rmv Place of Each Person Objected to. rLACE 0F ABODE ' Qualification. uround of objection. Abode qf Objector. Browning, John Samuel Waimataiti Valley ... Freehold Sold Butterworth, William Timaru Leasehold, Queen's Hotel Left Chisholm, Robert Alexander ... Timaru ... ... Household Left Clarke, John Timaru Leasehold Dead v Crawley, William Timaru Leasehold Left \ I g Crosby, Henry The Cave ... ... Household Left *g Dyson, George Wallingford... ... (2nd claim) Household ... Left Green Charles... ... ... ... Timaru ... ... Leasehold... ... ... Left .. ... ... ... ... ... © Green, Richard Timaru Leasehold Left ... '-g Kitson, Walter ... Geraldine (2nd claim) Freehold ... Sold «T *S Levien, Jacob Timaru Leasehold Left " 'g -§j Loader, George Timaru Household Description of property revised by new claim g p§ Mazey, Josiah Timaru Household Left s§ Mouritz, James Arowhenua Leasehold Left Simms, William Henry Timaru Freehold Sold ..'. P» Spring, Charles Timaru Freehold Already on the Roll pq* Thomas, William Arowhenua ... ... Freehold Dead Watson, John... ... ... ... Timaru ... ... Household ... ... Description of property revised by new claim WederelL Charles Timaru Leasehold Left Younghusband, John Timaru Freehold Already on the Roll Younghusband, Frederick Edmund Timaru Leasehold Left J And I hereby give Notice that the above Objections will be heard by the Revising Officer appointed for that purpose. , j B. WOOLLCOMBE, Registration Officer. ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF GLADSTONE. mHE FOLLOWING PERSONS ARE OBJECTED TO as not being- Entitled to have their Names Retained on the LIST OF VOTERS for the Electoral District of Gladstone. Namb and Christian Name and Surname of p Ati«t>f Nature of the Supposed n, m v^«»n.n,™ n » Place of Each Person Objected to. Place of Abode - Qualification. Ground of Objection. Abom qf Objector. Brown, Daniel New Ferry, Waitangi Household ... Description of property revised by new claim 1 6 Campbell, William Grant Waihi Freehold Description of property revised by new claim § Gordon, George ... Pareora Household Left § Groom, Eichard Blue Cliffs, near <d ° Timaru ... ... Leasehold Left "fj o Hilliard, Henry Ayshford The Raven, Timaru... Freehold Sold t § -g Innes, David Springfield Freehold Dead ... ... ... ... ... ... Sg -g Major, Frank Waimate Freehold Description of property revised by new claim ,? 'So Newell, Richard Waimate Household Already on the Roll P ,3 Sheath, Isaac Brentnall Opawa Eiver ... Freehold Description of property revised by new claim e& Stericker, Edward Glaves Raincliff Leasehold Sold ... .„ J And I hereby give Notice that the above Objections will be heard by the Revising- Officer appointed for that purpose, B. WOOLLCOMBE, Registration Officer.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 Timaru Herald, Volume IV, Issue 105, 18 May 1866

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