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New Zealand Tablet, Volume IX, Issue 471, 21 April 1882, Page 8
STS TA ™ L £ A^TIN AND CO., GENERAL MERCRANTS Are prepared to execute Orders for all^ Bcnptions of Wines and Spirits, in any quanUties,fromTvo Gallons upwards w », PRIV >. T^ PA^*ILY TRADE. PORTS. 2L23RS£sy **"-«» " »» » Good Sound Genuine Port " •• L ffiK M " icl " ! " >w "' e Sandeman's Dry Amontillado 6 ofaSd 10 '' PalC ' aQd d6liCate ;10 y gars old OOO^^^ Dry and Pull 5 „ OO'OO^^Z'* 4. --^ Ladies' Wine 4 „ o <j> <> Medium q Dinner » » <> O <■> Dinner and Fine Old Sherries Moderate Co,t Storekeepers and the Trade supplied in every requisite. New Season 'b Tbas • Ungous in Hall-Chests, Boxes, and Quarter Chests. Flavouring Teas." SrGARS : * Company s and all Mauritius sorts. Crushed Loaf. General Gboceries. STATION STORES' 1 Special Attenhon will be paid to this De- partment, where all the usual necessaries can be obtained at the lowest market values. STAVELY, AUSTIN, & CO., Wholesale Wine, Spirit, and General Merchants, Bond and Jetty streets. Dunedin, 30th November, 1880.
T AXE WAKATIPU STONE a^ -i-i MONUMENTAL WORKS. c. McCaffrey, Corner of Bond and Police streets, (Behind Gridiron Hotel), DUNEDIN. Monuments, Headstones, and Tablets, exe- cu^d to any design on the shortest notice t fo^jnjduigana ornamental purposes the Lake Wakatipu Stone cannot be surpassed and m corroboration of this fart I can point to ite having oblaiued First Awards at the Sydney and Melbourne Exhibitions, and the only First Award at Dunedin. OBERT BURKS HOTEL, George stbeet North Dunedin HUGH BKOSMAHAV - PROPRIETOR (Late of Oiaii Hotel, Orari. Canterbury.) First-class Accommodation lor Boarders and Travellers. One of Alcock's Prize Billiard Tables, also a first-class Hand Ball Court, where the lovers of the game will find everything necessary to the sport. The cellars stocked with the best of ales and liquors. A good table kept, and terms moderate. H. BROSNAHAN, Proprietor. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. HUGH GO URL E V desires to inform the public he still continues the Undertaking Busiuess as for- merly at the Establishment, corner Clark and Maclaggan st. eets, Dunedin. Funerals attended in Town or Country witlj promptness and economy.