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MR. A. E. GRAYSON, Dentist,
(Successor to his Father, the late MR. JOHN GRAYSON)
OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE,
S. K. THOMPSON,
117, HIGHGATE, KENDAL
J. OTTLEY ATKINSON,
31, STRAMONGATE, KENDAL
CARTES DE VISITE OR ALBUM PORTRAITS.
J. HENRY HOGG'S GALLERY, in the Garden
behind the Savings' Bank, STRICKLANDGATE,
**Sold Agent for HUGGON and Co.'s celebrated
HOARE & CO.S celebrated LONDON STOUT and PORTER
same price and quality as supplied to the Great International Exhibition of 1862.
MR. ADAM SUGDEN, Stricklandgate, Kendal, Agent.
SEVERS & BATESON'S
Pints, 1s 3d. Quarts 2s.
AUCTIONEER & APPRAISER,
12, CASTLE CRESCENT, KENDAL.
Sales of Farming Stock, Stock-in-Trade, Furniture, and all kinds of Personal Property conducted on reasonable terms.
SALE ACCOUNTS MADE OUT, COLLECTED OR AUDITED.
N.B. Agent to the Crown Life Assurance Company.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
M. DE ROME,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER.
Stock and Share Broker, General Commission Agent, &c.
AFTER Fourteen years occupancy of his late office, begs to inform his numerous Patrons and Friends that he has removed to more eligible Premises at
NO. 25, STRAMONGATE, KENDAL.
Where he will be glad to attend to all further business.
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER.
TEA JUST AS IMPORTED FROM CHINA.
FAMILIES can be supplied with Original Packages of Good Sound MONING, CONGOU, in quarter-chests, containing 19-1/2 lbs and 20-1/2 lbs of Tea, at 2s per lb., less quantities 2s 4d. Each chest has an over-weight of 3/4 lb. of Tea.
Carriage paid on receipt of Post-office Order for £1 19s or £2 1s. Less 2-1/2 per cent for cash.
LETTERPRESS AND LITHOGRAPHIC PRINTING. - All Orders for Books, Pamphlets, &c., &c., received at the
And executed with neatness and despatch.
11, Finkle Street, Kendal.
ESTABLISHED 45 YEARS.
FIREWORKS ! FIREWORKS !!
Cannon Balls, Paper Caps, Gup Caps, Fire Balls, Balloons, Powder Flasks.
The Largest, the Cheapest, and Best Assortment in the City to select from
JOHN OWEN, 49, SHUDEHILL, MANCHESTER,
Importer and Dealer in all Kinds of Foreign and English Fancy Goods.
Shippers, Shopkeepers, and Auctioneers, Hawkers, and others, are most particularly requested to call and Inspect the Stock of NEW ARRIVALS from the Continent, for the approaching season, consisting of Toys of all sorts, Work Boxes, Desks, Dressing Cases, Leather Goods, Pearl Goods, Bird Shades, Flower and Fruit Shades, Clocks, Lustres, Glass of all kinds, Trays, Teapots, Cutlery, Brooches, Buckles, Perfumery, Pipes, Dominoes, Chess, Drafts, and all other kinds of FANCY GOODS.
Cases of Goods always packed up to suit any Trade from £2 to £5, and £10 to £15, well selected, of all kinds.
Note the Address:
The Old Established Toy Warehouse,
49 SHUDEHILL, OPPOSITE THOMAS-STREET
M A N C H E S T E R.
JOHN OWEN, Proprietor.
ISAAC P. HEAP,
(late R. HEAP and Son.)
BUILDER, TIMBER AND COAL MERCHANT,
CROSS LANE & CAPPER LANE, KENDAL.
HAS on hand a good Stock of Boards and Scantlings of every size and description.
Boards for 3/4 d. per superficial foot at the Works
Timber, Coals &c., on the most reasonable terms.
Prices, &c., on application.
Estimates given for Joiners and Carpenters Work.
Residence: 102, Kirkland, Kendal
is the only kind used in Her Majesty's Laundry.
THOSE LADIES who have not yet used the GLENFIELD STARCH, are respectfully solicited to give it a trial, and carefully follow out the directions printed on every package. It is rather more difficult to make than other Starches, but when this is overcome, they will say like the Queen's Laundress, that it is the finest Starch they ever used.
Reduction in Price of
LIEBIG'S COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF MEAT.
IN order to lead to an increased consumption of the above EXTRACT, the Company have reduced their Prices as under:
1 lb., 11s. 1/2 lb., 6d. 1/4 lb., 3s 2d. 2 oz., 1s 9d.
SEVERS & BATESON,
BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE,
Opposite the Market Hall,
CAST IRON SPOUTS, IRON TUBING, &c.
HENRY RUSHTON, Plumber &c., KENDAL.
PARTIES requiring SPOUTS, or IRON TUBES, can be supplied at the lowest prices.
All kinds of Gas-Fitting &c., done on the shortest notice.
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