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New Zealand Tablet, Volume IV, Issue 177, 18 August 1876, Page 2
pRINCES-STREET WIDENING- It is now arranged that Princes-siret is to be WIDENED as far south as Police-street, and oa that account we have to pull down and re-erect our present building forthwittv^^ We therefore beg to offer to the public, for v " FOURTEEN DAYS ONLY, our large stock of Paperhangings, Paints, Oils, Glass, Brush- ware, Varnishes, Ironmongery, Earthenware, Pictures, &c, &c, at Cost Price. A shipment of really first-class Pictures now landing ex Orpheus. sScani,an Beos. & Co., Princes-street South. JOHN HISLOP (lath a/bevbly), , CHRONOMETER, WATCHMAKER AnW JEWELLER, Exactly opposite the Bank of Otago, Princes-street. Every description of Jewellery made to order. Ships Chronometers Cleaned and Rated by Transit Observations. N.B.— J. H. being a thorough Practical Watchmaker, all work entrusted to his care will receive his utmost attention. p< - L O B B HOIEL Of Princes street (Opposite Market Reserve) Superior Accommodation for Travellers. Pr vate Rooms for Families. ' MRS DIAMOND, Pbopbietbbbb. First-class Stabling. TT ALL OF COMMERCE D. TOOHEY. DRAPER, CLOTHIER, & OUTFITTER, Oatnaru. N.B.— Millinery and Dressmaking on the Premises. WANTED TO SELL DRAIN PIPES of every description, Flower Pots, Chimney Tops Foun- tains, Vases, Batter Crocks, Flooring Tiles, Bricks, &c. LAMBERT'S WATER OF LEITH WORKS. VENETIAN BLIND WORKS. OATERSON, BURKE, & Co. L (Late with John Taylor) 3 eg to inform their friends and the publio ;enerally that they have opened those central •remises in Maclaggan street three doors bove the Arcade. They trust that their ability and long ex- >erience in the above trade will gain a share of he public patronage, especially as they supply Venetian Blinds at the low rate of from One shilling per foot upwards. Old Blinds Re-taped and Painted on the ihortest notice. Country orders executed with lispatch. Note the address — Three doors Lbove the Arcade, Maclaggan street. "JOSEPH REANY WHOLESALE AND RETAIL SADDLER Rattray Street, Dunedin. TOOME BRIDGE BOARDING HOUSE (late Carrier's Arms Hotel), Pbinces Stbeet Sottth, Dxtnbdin. FRANCIS M'CLUSKES, Pbopbibtob. First-class Accommodation fur Boarders. Private Rooms for Families. Charges moderate. Good Stablig attancngd. J^EWMARKET HOTEL, PRINCES-STREET SOUTH. Comfortable Stabling and Loose Boxes. Close and Open Carriages for Wedding Parties, &c. Buggies and Saddle Horses always on Hire. Liberal Terms to Commercial Travellers. HENRY SCOTT. MRS. HUNTER, STRAW HAT MAKER AND GENERAL DYER. Hats cleaned, dyed, and altered to the newest shapes. Cargill street, one door from Filleul street, Dunedin. Gloves and feathers cleaned and dyed. Ladies' material of every deßcription dyed.