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; BUSINESS NOTICES. T, w • R o_ b m so n , PRACTICAL WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER,' ,; . JEWELLER, &c. Nautical Instruments repaired, Pipes Mounted, &c. VICTORIA AVENUS, OPPOSITE THE RUTLAND HOTEL. : A L EXANDRR. C . LESLIE, TINSMITH, IRON «fe ZINC WORKER, Next the Odd Fellows' Hall, RIDGEWAY STREE.T. : Jobbing and Out-door Work done on the shortest . notice. P oopee' and parsons, FAMILY BUTCHERS, - VICTORIA AVENUE. Shipping supplied on reasonable terms. — ■ _— * ■- ; ; W . A . OAKL EV , Tailor, &c, BEGS to inform his friends and the public . generally, that he has this day removed'his business lately canied on in the Victoria Avenue, to HIS NEW SHOP IN ST. HILL-STREET., ' Opposite the Chronicle Printing Office, and a few floors from the Pust-office comer. • August 2, 1867. '- ■..-..' ~ : : ■- : _ I EDWARD HOWE, : WHO LF. SALE Ar N D RET AI L STOSEKEKPF.R, Taupo Quay. Wvnganui. Dealer ivi Drapery, jiud Clothing, Groceries, Oilmen's Stoics, &a BEE HIVE STORE S, Victoria Avenue, (Opposite, the Grammar School). . JAMES RAE begs to announce to his friends and the public generally, that he will open the above stores On SATURDAY, the 10th INST., with a Select Stock of Groceries, Provisions, &c, and trusts by civility and attention to business, to merit a share of public snpport. , . Wanganni, 7th August,' 1867. ' ' ' ■ BETT AND ROBERTSON, Timber 'Merchants, (Opposite the Presbyterian Church,) ' Victoria Avenue. DOORS, Sashes, Mouldings, Skirting, Arctii. traves, and a general assortment of Builders's Ironmongery, always on hand. Also paint, oil, varnish, glass, paper-hangings, and scr m.

THE ROYAL BLUE HOUSE, . ' TAUPO QUAY, WANGA.NUI. - - ; CHARLES SAMUEL'S WELL-KNOWN JEWELLERY ESTABLISHMENT, NEXT DOOR TO STEPHENSON'S GENERAL STORE. ' GREAT SALE OP WATCHES; JEWELLERY, CLOCKS, ELECTRO-SILVER AND FANCY GOODS. ' FOR ONE M~6~NTPI ONLY] COMMENCING ON SATURDAY, 24=th INST., THE PROPRIETOR LEAVING FOR AUSTRALIA. /CHARLES SAMUEL being about laavirig New Zealand is determined to SELL OFF his laree! V-> and well-assorted stock ° ■ F0 R ON E MON T H ON LYM ! The clnss of Goods is so well-known that it is not necessary to comment upon the quality, style &c It has been well botisrht and selected with tast" and judgment. " ' A REDUCTIDN OF 20 PER CENT. OR 4s IN' THE POUND WILLIE MADE UPON ?HE , . MARKED PRICES ! ' . Every arlicle in old is guaranteed genuine. The lease which has about niuo years to ruD, to be sold ; the premises hnving only,just undergone alterations and improvements. WILLIAM E L L IS , WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, TAUPO QUAY, WANGANUI. W f • "am« . the Puhlic "Sainst being imposed ripon by a certain adveTtrsement, emanaanir from a W*K h™ 'NOT 8 oTa' ™d "P°" th6m to' examine his Li9t' of Pri"8 ' -»'*nolher advertisement; ROYAL BLUE HOUSE, SSy'aJe 11^^1 *" W&^ M°^ ™*> bought at his | A GRE A T GIF T ENTERP RI S E !'(

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Wanganui Herald, Volume I, Issue 73, 26 August 1867

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Wanganui Herald, Volume I, Issue 73, 26 August 1867

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