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New Zealand Tablet, Volume I, Issue 18, 30 August 1873, Page 1
I If A R T I N FASHIONABLE TAILOR, (Late Cutter to D. Sampson) CRITERION BUILDINGS, PRINCES ST., Dunedin. TIT SINCLAIR TAILOR AND CLOTHIER, Princes street, O* tfOSITE CRITERION HOTEL. HP A L M E R, Gbnsbal Mason and Scdiptoe; ''outh end Monumental works, (near the Cemetery) Princes Street, South. Stone Sirkb Window Sills, Chimney Pieces and licarth Stones. Estimates given for enclosing graves. All orders punctually attended to. i Designs sent to all parts of the Colony. MUNRO'S Monumental Works, ~X* George Street, Dunedin. Designß furnished and executed or all kinds of Tomb- stones—ln marble, granite, and Oamaru stone; iron railings, &c. Designs forwarded on appli- cation to all parts of the Colony. TA MES KENNEDY, THE MINERS' AND TRADESMEN'S BOOTMAKER, Next Gridiron Hotel, Princes Street. T REANY, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL SADDLER Rattray Street, Dunedin, and Revel street, Hokitika. Established 1848. ANDREW MERCER J. Family Grocer, Wine and Spieit Meechant, Third Shop Rattray street (opposite Otago Hotel), DUNEDIN. /CLEARING-OUT SALE of Ladies' and V^ Children's Wearing Apparel. Ladies are invited to Mes CANEY'S Shop in Rat- tray street (next to Crown Hotel) to purchase Hats, Bonnets, Trimming, Dress Materials, Underclothing, Haberdashery and Hosiery, &c, at UOST PRICE. Mrs C. intends to give up business shortly. ISSBROWNL I E, (Late at Herbert, Haynes, & Co.) MILLINEE, AND LADIES' OtTTPITTER, Is now prepared to show a large and most complete assortment of Usclerclothinff, Stays, and^Saby .nen, which, iron: h-.. 1 long es- perience jn tiusspecjai department all '.'in con fidently recommeud to the ladi»s of Jaiir-Jin MILLINERY tillO KGOJ.'.jS, Friuces street.