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:'" :- BUSINESS NOTICES. ' ■■"'" IMPORTER OF SADDLERY. HARNESS ! HARNESS-MOUNTING, WHIP^,< fitc.V&c. C. H . BLAK E , , WHOLESALE AND RETAIL SADDLER,' ■/•-"' "V ICTO BtA 1 A v-H NU B , HAS great pleasure in informing the Inhabitants of Wanganui, and surrounding* Districts, that he has just received.a large and varied Assortment of, — Buggy, Spring Cart, and Gig Harness Colonial-made Cart, Pole, and Trace Harness Gtent's ant? Ludies' Siding Paddles " " Brides "•■..' " " Whips " " " Spurs Ladies' Victoria Stirrups and Slippers, Stiirup Irons of every description, Stirrup Leathers, Green Hide and other- Girths, Headstalls, and Headstall Bridles, of British and Colonial Manufacture. Breaking: Tackle and Riding Bits, of every description. Horse Clothing, and Racing Saddles, Brushes, Curry and Mane Combs, &c. Field Officer's Spurs. - ■ • • Also, Prince of Wales, Kay's patent Bngsy, Spring Cart, Scotch arid open top. Collars, always on hand, or made to order, at the shortest notice, All of which C. H. B. being determined to sell at the lowest possible prices for Cash, begs to submit to the inspection of his;nnmerous friends, and the Public generally, trusting to receive a con-" tinuance of that liberal patronage so long bestowed oii him. . , .-- ---! Country orders punctually attended to. ' i . Branch ."Establishment, Tmakina. ; Jime 28, 1867. ON ' SALE. SALT SALMON. /^tALIFORNIAN SALMON of superior quality, \^s by the barrel or pound, at J. HURLEY fc CO.'S, _____ . VICTORIA AVENUE,; FOREST AND FRUIT TREES. &c r *■ (\ 'CASES of the above just received per JL& ' Wanganui' from Taranaki, comprising :_ Norfolk Island and other Pines ; SpanisßChesnut3, Walnuts Mulbeiries, Caramelias, Heaths • ° Hollies, Apples . And othor choice Fruit Trees, which, together with the extensive stock nf Evergreen and other Shrubs on hand at the Nursery, will be offered at very moderate prices during the present and two following inontb.3. FRANCIS WILLIAMSON. St. John's Nursery; : Victoria Avenue. July 25ih, 1867. TRAVELLER'S REST, TUTAENUI. JOHN MATTHF.W begs to inform the public that-be has now completed the large addition to the above Hotel with every convenience for visitors arid travellers, and trusts by keeping nothing but the best supplies of everything, and paying every attention to those who may patronise him, to merit their support. Good Stabling and secure Paddocks. Saddle Horses, and Traps for Hire. April 6, 1867. ['HE undersigned has now on slock a firstclass assortment of— MEN'S CLOTHING,' LADIRS' DRESSES, BOOTS AND SHOES," Groceries of every description. Crockeiy. Ironware, Floor-Cloth, Carpeting. PaperHangings, Saddles and bridles, Kerosine Lamps, Clocks, &c. , r „ F. DEIGHTON, May 31.1867. Tutaenni QTEPHEN BELLVE begs to inform his friends KJ and the public that )w has taken oyer the bnsiness. carried, on, up to this time, l*y Messrs. Frnnklyn and Hurst, at Turakina, and trusts by strict attention to business, and keeping a first-rate stock of goods, to receive the same libeal support affor.iedto his predecessors. I^HE UNDKRSIGNF.D begs to inform the Inhabitants of Wanganui and the surrounding districts, that he has always on hand a first class supply of Fruit, at reasonable prices 5 alsp, Fresh Vegetables > every morning, and will commence selling oysters of the beat quality after the First July. And trusts, through care and attention to those who may favor him with their orders,"to receive a share of public patronage. ' A. CAMPBELL, Greengrocer, Taupo Quay. OLD WANGANUI COOPERAGE. BIDGE WAY'S THE ET. (> ear Times Office.*> Established 1HOS). C . ,S E C O ■ v h E t Hcvitig ptrehased the above from Mr. Cummins ami removed to Kidgcway-sireet, is prepurtd to execute town <uid country orduu prompt, and in a !>■•?• in,-ea-like roauii ;.■:•.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Wanganui Herald, Volume I, Issue 84, 7 September 1867

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Wanganui Herald, Volume I, Issue 84, 7 September 1867

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