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THE ROY A L BLUE HO USE , I TAUPO QUAY, WANGANUI. -,-'•' >■";•' CHARLES SAMUEL'S WELL-KNOWN JEWELLERY ESTABLISHMENT, sNEXT DOOR TO STEPHENSON'S GENERAL STORE. ■'],'.' GREAT SALE OF WATCHES, JEWELLERY, CLOCKS, ELECtRO-SILVER, AND FANCY GOODS. FOR ONE MONTH ONLY! COMMENCING ON SATURDAY, 24th IXST., THE PROPRIETOR LEAVING EOR AUSTRALIA. > . /"CHARLES SAMUEL being about leaving New Zealand is determined to SELL OFF his large Vy andi well-assorted stock- : 8. FOR ONE MONTH ONLY!!!.; ..'.",' The class of Goods is so well-known that it is not necessary to comment upon, the quality', style, &c. It has been well bought and selected with taste and judgment - - ' , " A REDUCTION OF 20 PER CENT. OR 4s IN THE POUND WILL BE MADE UPON THE MARKED PRICES ! ( , • ' Every article in Gold is guaranteed genuine. The lease which has about nine- years' to run, to be sold ; the premises having only just undergone alterations and improvements. ■'.-:• - -.■-.'. IRON M O N G E R Y. THE UNDERSIGNED HAS NOW LANDING EX ' VIBILIA/ 1 MARINER,' AND • OTTER,' r% UPWARDS OF ANE HUNDRED CASES, CASKS, AND PACKAGES OP IRONMONGERY, Viz.:----14 cases Corrugated Iron, 6, 7, 8 and 9 ft. 1 cask Stamped Milk Dishes 4 Richmond and Chardler's Chaff Cutters 4 doz. Scotch Slashers 9 cases Axes - 8 doz. Sheep Shears 10 doz. American Scythe Sneaths 1 cask Tin Billies 10 doz. American Hay Rakes I 12 doz. Williams' Butchers Knives and Steels 7 doz. Scythes Plough and Cart Traces, Pit Saws 23 Grindstones Steel Spades 1 case Fenders &c., &c, &c, And GENERAL IRONMONGERY GOODS. - T H O MAS S C R I V N E R , VICTORIA AVENUE.

i T W . ROBINSON,. PRACTICAL WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER, JEWELLER, &c. Nautical Instruments repaired, Pipes Mounted, &c. VICTORIA AVENUE, OPPOSITE THE RUTLAND HOTEL. ALEXANDER C. LESLIE, TINSMITH, IRON & ZINC WORKER, Next the Odd Fellows' Hall, RIDGEWAY STREET. Jobbing and Out-door Work done on the shortest notice. pOOPER AND PARSONS, FAMILY BUTCHERS, VICTORIA AVENUE. Shipping supplied on reasonable terms. W. A. OAKLEY, Tailor, &c, BEGS to inform his friends and the public generally, that he has this day removed his business lately carried on in the Victoria Avenue, to HIS NEW SHOP IN ST. HILL-STREET., Opposite the Chronicle Printing.Office, and a few doors from the Post-office corner. August 2, 1867. BETT AND ROBERTSON, Timber Merchants, (Opposite the Presbyterian Church,) Victoria Avenue. DOORS, Sashes, Mouldings, Skirting, Architraves, and a general assortment of Builders's Ironmongery, always on hand. Also paint, oil, varnish, glass, paper-hangings, and scr.m. MRS. GOODFELLOW, MILLINER and DRESSMAKER, Victoria Avenue, opposite the Grammar School. Mourning orders attended to on the shortest notice. . BEE HIVE STORES, Victoria Avenue, (Opposite the Grammar School). TAMES RAEbegs to announce to < his friends cl and, the public generally, that he opened the above stores On SATURDAY, the 10th AUGUST., with a Select Stock of Groceries, Provisions, <fee, and trusts by,civility and attention to business, to merit a share of snpport. ' , Wangauui/llth August, i 867. ■

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Wanganui Herald, Volume I, Issue 89, 13 September 1867

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Wanganui Herald, Volume I, Issue 89, 13 September 1867