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New Zealand Tablet, Volume IV, Issue 177, 18 August 1876, Page 1
PINDIAT AND GO'S. OTA GO SIEAM SAW, PLANING MOULDING, DOOR, AND SASH FACTORY, Cumberland, Stuart, and Castle streets, DtTNEDIN. They beg to intimate to Builders, Contrac- tors, and the Public generally, that having rust completed extensive alterations to their Plant and Premises, they are now in a posi- tion to execute 'all orders entrusted to them with the utmost despatch. All the Machinery is on the best and most modern principles ; customers can, therefore, rely upon all work being done in the best pos- sible manner. We would call special attention to our Door, Sash, Turnery, and Moulding Depart- ment, as recent improvements have enabled us to turn out large quantities of the best finish and design. As we import large quantities of our Colo- nial timber in bulk, we are prepared, with our large sawing appliances, to cut on the shortest notice to any size. Our stock, which comprises all the require- ments of the Building Trade — includiug Builders' Ironmongery of every description — is at present too large to be noted in an ad- vertisement. Our very large Shed and Building Accom- modation enables us to keep all stock suitable for up-country purposes, or which would be injured by exposure, completely under cover. All Orders, coastwise or up-country, shall receive our best attention. FINDLAY AND CO. MUNSTEE ARMS HOTEL, Coiner of Walker and Princes streets, Dunedin. P. O'BRIEN, Proprietor. First-class accommodation. Single and double bed- rooms, and a Bath-room. Private apartments for families. Charges Moderate. JAMES WALLS, Wholesale and Retail Ironmonger, Corner of Princes and Walker-streets, Dunedin Has on hand and to arrive — Register Geates, Leamington and Scotch Cooking Ranges, " Smith and Wellstood's " and " Watson and Gow's " Cooking Stoves, Mantlepieces, Fen- ders, Fire-irons, etc. A large variety of Electro Plated Ware. Latest designs also Bbittania Metal Goods, newest patterns. Tea Trays, Hip and Sponge Baths, Lamps and Chimneys, Brushware, Table and Pocket Cut- lery, Tinned and Enamelled Holloware, Ameri- can Brooms, Tubs, and Buckets, and Furnish- ing Ironmongery of every description. Spades and Shovels, Hay and Digging Forks. Manilla and Flax Rope, Seaming Twine, Scales and Weighing Machines, Plough and Cart Traces, Backhands, Lancashire and Scotch J&ames, American Axes and Churns, Pit and «7ro3S-Cut Saws, etc. American Angloctjt Nails. Wire and " Ewebank's " Patent Nails, Locks and Hinges, Iron and Brass Screws, and Builder's Ironmongery of all descriptions. Paints, Oiis, and Colors of every description. Blasting Powder, Patent Fuse, Breech and Muzzle Loading Guns, Sporting Ammunition, Cartridges, &c. Fencing Wire, Nob. 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10, Fencing Staples and Wire Stretchers. Fancy Bird Cages— a large variety. Slate and Marble Mantlepieces. A special line in English Galvanised Cor- rugated Iron, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 feet — best brands. A general assortment of Carpenter&' and Joiners' Tools by the best makers, always on hand. Agent for Wheeler and Wilson's Sewing Machines.