GREAT CLEARING SALE! ! ! jO^vAAA WORTH 01 GOODS to be sold; must be cleared to make room for ■ '■ .'■ *-■- ' . ' '" ' NEW SPRING STOCK TO ARRIVE. The large and extensive stock of "Drapery, con- -■ sisting of Underclothing . -' ■ •■•'■' . Mantles Shawls "-'• Trimmed hats' Plain and fancy winceys Merinoes Flannels ■■..;.. "... '■ Calicoes Sheetings '■ . &c, Sec, &c., Will be positively soldjregardless of cost. la order to meet the requirements of purchasers during the present sale, each department . has been carefully replenished with • NEW GOODS/ . . <--V from the latest importations. ; A very fine stock of MEN'S 'AND BOYS J CLOTHING ' > in the' newest. style and patterns, •. HATS AND CAPS1 in endless variety. Jn consequence'"j of the great Competition . in Wanganui, the undersigned ■'■ will: offer extra inducements to large purchasers! 1! Come early and secure bargains at the RANGITIKEI .HOUSE. Terms Cash. D. NATHAN. JOHN BRNNIE, COOPER, » St. Hill-stbeet, (Opposite the Chronicle printing office, and a few doors from the P'osCOffice corner.) '. Has always on' hand Butter Kegs, Churns, Cheese Vats, &c, Rtc. ' EWARD CHURTON,, \ • Licensed Custom. House' andiGeneral Agent, TAOPO QUAY, WAKGANUI. Landed, "CommercialJ'and Monetary Commissions of every description executed. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. THE Undersigned begs to inform his friends 4 and the public that he has • V ' REMOVED To his new premises, "hear"the Odd Fellows' Hall, Ridgway>-street. , . . ,D.. HARD ING, Tailor' and Habit Maker, (N r the Odd Fellows' Hall), Ridgway-stieet. A large and assorted;!stock of Tweeds-and Broad • ' -•' *--■' ' Cloths on hand. ■"•'■•' ' - ' ■ August 12, 1867. : : ROSS AND ANDERSON,' BUILDERS & CABINET MAKERS. • ' ■ ! . . -ii.H r.- ■<-~■ . -.i •;:•:; A . ' •■ CAMPBELL PLACE, WANGANUI. HAVE on hand a large assortment of Ameri- ' can, Colonial, aud English furniture. Every description of furniture made from Colonial woods on the shortest-notice. • NATIVE LANDS. MESSRS. BARNARD & ALLEN, ARCHITECTS,' ENGINEERS, & SURVEYORS, ', St. Hile-stbeet, Wangantti. MESSRS. BARNARD & ALLEN having been appointed by license from his Excellency the Governor, to survey lands under the "Native Lands Act, 1865." are prepared to execute any surveys, by contract^ in conformity therewith. Having already conducted many cases through the court, they confidently hope to give clients en,tire satisfaction. ■ ; • ' Parties desirous of. purchasing Native Lands, can ;see the Act, and bbtkin all information as to its working, on personal application, at the offices of MESSRS. BARNARD & ALLEN, Licensed Subveyobs, '' '•''"' St. Hill-street,' Wanganui, June 13, 1867,
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Wanganui Herald, Volume I, Issue 89, 13 September 1867
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