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THE OLDEST SOAP MANUFACTORY IN NEW ZEALAND SOAPS OAP ESTABLISHED 1859. M. BARDSLEY & SON, PROPRIETORS. ■8.1 £ S 5s5 s 2 ALSO THE CELEBRATED f!1 | 2 JJffj PRIZE PALE, j I fl J •§ | I P'UKEST. '* *? | £ '& a, > C4_i « a is A 5 v MANUFACTOEY : KING AND CUMBERLAND STREETS, DUNEDIN. fIyPRICE LISTS ON APPLICATION'
DAVID R. HAY, Land and Estate Agent, Money and Share Broker, TEMPLE CHAMBERS, 90, Princes street, Dunedin. Various sums of money to lend on freehold security at current rates. Loans of all kinds negotiated. HENRY BERGEE, (Late Adelaide, 5.A.,) HOUSE, COACH, A.ND SIGN PAIN TER Geaineb, Glazier, Paperhanger, &c, 120, GEORGE STREET, DUNEDIN Pictures Ec-touched, MonnteJ, and Framed, "V" ATES, SONS AND C 0. 3 DRAPERS, CLOTHIERS, ASD IMPORTERS, Nos. IGI and IG3 GEORGE STREET, DUNEDIX. Mani.igc and Mourning Outfits. Dress and Mantle Making. -TVR. COLE, formerly Health Officer for this Ci y. find late Assistant-Surgeon to the Armed Conslabulaiy,Taranaki District, has RESUMED PRACTICE in Dunedin Temporary Residence : York Villa, Lower Yot^k I'i.acb, Near Albert street.