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BUSINESS NOTES.

o r ralms (in polfi) lor the table, hall, or conservatory, at Messrs Harrowby and Knight's, JRidgway Street. Telephone, 193. They tlon'l like it, but you will. The eodlin moth (lock uot like "%lipsc" ; U-y it on the little jiowl and. you will like the result. Before commencing operaviotts secure a cqpy of "Spraying for Profit;" from Messrs Harrowby and Knight, It tolls you all about the moth and Eclipse. We were shown to-day at Messrs Laird and Son's depot three of the new roses lately imported by the firm, viz. : Souvenir de Pierre Netting (1901), colour apricot yellow blended with coppery yellow, long bud. opening to large, finely-shaped flowers; a distinct variety that lias been awarded many medals on the Continent and Ote gold medal of the National Eose Society. Madairfc Jean Dupuy (1901), rosy ycllpw, changing to creamy white and yelloW towardß the margin, outer petals edged rose; a neat and charming ' Cointeeeo Tovby (1001). soft peach (ioloui 1 , ' the outside of petals red, base of petals coppery yellow; promises to be a very handsome rose of a much desired colour. Messrs Laird and Sons have still a number of new varieties to" show flower, which will be watched with interest. In Chambers, before Mr C. C. Kettle, Registrar, on ttie application of Mr Wray, on ihe lOlli insi, leWors of »<Wnistralion were graaitrd to Hannah Michael, Blake Marshall, and Geo. Lihope Marshall, in re Ivy Harriett Marshall, deceased. On the motion of Mr, Lloyd, probate of the will of John Tyler, deceased, was granicil t.. Mary Ann Tyler. On October 13th ..n {!>•' motion of M* Wray, probate of tho v.ill of Joseph Lennox Buchanan, decen-ort. ol Okoia, was granted to John and Harry iitichunan. On October 27, on the niotioii ot Mr Gordon, probate of -the. will of I-Vtwt.rd Charles Under, deceased, was grant -d 1j Tryphena Bridev. SOUTIIEKN- PRAISE FOB KHKCTMO. Rlieunio,- Hie great r'heumali- inodicine ha* only jixet been introduced inlo thr South Island, and already ib vrairea au being sung. Mr W. Newton, curicr, Sydenhaln, writes Ist October, 100:5 : —"A few days ago I had a very bad aitnt-k of IJlicumatic Gout, "and on the m-oinmcn elation of a friend purchased a bottlo ot Tdipuir.o' flow Mr McFerran, chemist, of Clm^clmrcli'. The cfEect was' magical, and befoxe I had- taken the contents of one bottle the. CAeniciatinir pains had entirely lefl v.io and I aril pleased .to say I have hud no return of them. Your remedy is a spleudio one, and I shall not hesitate to induce any sufferers to use it." Sold by chemists and stores at 2s 6d and 4s 6d per bottle.

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BUSINESS NOTES. Wanganui Herald, Volume XXXVII, Issue 11089, 27 October 1903

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