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New Zealand Tablet, Rōrahi 37, Putanga 37, 11 Kohitātea 1884, Page 8
KITCHEN RANGES all Sizes SPECIALLY DESIGNED for burn- ning New Zealand Coal, both portable and for building in, fitted with either high or low pressure boilers. REGISTERED GRATES, and a choice as- sortment of Verandah and Balcony work and other builders' requisites always in stock. H. E SHACKLOCK, General Iron and Brass Foundry, Crawford street, Dunedin. INOAID, M'QUEEN & CO. VULCAN FOUNDRY, Great King Street, Dunediu. Eugineers, Boilermakers, Iron and Brass 1 Founders, Millwrights, Iron Shipbuilders, Sec. High Pressure and Compound Sflpam Engines, Turbine and other Water Wheels, Quartz Crushing and every description of Pumping, Winding, Mining, Stone-breaking, Woolwashing, Drying, Flour Mill, and Dredging Machinery made and repaired. Cast and Wrought Iron Ripples ami (sluice Plates. Repairs to all kinds of Reaping, Thrashing, Horse-power Machines, &c., executed with Despatch. Flax-Dressing Machines of im- proved make.
J AND W. STEWART, COACHBUILDERS, GREAT KING STREET, (Nearly opposite Bacon's Stables), Have for Sale- Single and Double Buggies, Waggonettes, Pony Phaetons, Station and Express Waggons. Also Made to Order — Every description of Hose Reels, Hook and Ladder Carriages, Fire Brigade Plant &c, &c. All of their own make. Workmanship and Materials guaranteed. HARP OF ERIN HOTEL QUEENSTOWN. Mrs. M'Bride ... iToprietoress. The above commodious and comfortable Hotel oifers first-class accommodation > Tourists and others visiting the Lake scenery pITY HOIEL, DUNEDIN. MBS. N. MURPHY ... Proprietress. On and after 3rd December, Mrs Murphy will OPEN her DINING-ROOM for LUJM- CHEON to the General Public from Noon Daily, and trusts by attention, civility, and reasonable charges to merit a share of Pub- lic Patronage from her many friends, as well as from the merchants and oche s in Uunedin and neighbourhood. A Separate Room for Ladies, with Wuit- resses in attendance. The Prices of the various Articles will be attached to the Bill of Fare for the day. Tea, Coffee, Chocolate, etc., at all hours. Board and Residence in the Hotel as per arrangement. CITY HOTEL, DUNEDIN. v , November 22, 1883. W THOMAS HALL Would respectfully inform his Friends and the Public that he is now prepared to SUPPLY A FIRST-CLASS DINNER With Tea or Coffee, from 12 a.m. to 3 p.m. For 9d, at his New Central Premises, 132 Princes Street (Opposite Colonial Bank). Private Rooms for Ladies. Tea at all Hours.