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New Zealand Tablet, Volume XXVIII, Issue 30, 26 July 1900, Page 28
RIGGLESWORTH AND BINNS, PHOTOGRAPHERS To His Excellency the Governor, CHRISTCHURCH, WELLINGTON, AND DUNEDIN. CIBVWRIGHT BROS. AND CO., Hiou Street, Dunedin HOTEL BROKERS AND AGENTS. We have some of the Best Hotels in the South Island on 6ur books for Sale. Valuations made and advances arranged on Hotels. R. S. BLACK, RABBIT EXPORTER, Dunedin. Is prepared to receive Rabbits t Cattle Yards, Mataura, and Ocean Beach, Bluff. Special arrangements with Larjro Landowners to clear their ground of Rabbits. RELIABLE AGENTS WAXTED. Box 230. Office, opposite Telegraph Office, Dunedin.
ARTHUR NATHAN'S "RELIABLE" TEAS CEYLOX, INDIAN and BLENDED, Have for years past maintaiued their super- ior character for Umvorm Quality and Good Value. Householders will find them the most economical to buy, yet for Strength and Fragrance they leave nothing to he L>i>lßEL>. Ask ion ARTHUR NATHAN'S LEAD PACKETS RELIABLE TEA and see that you get them und none other. arthujTnathan, AUCKLAND.
HOLIDAY BOOTS! The old shop still I^ads. C llAf X I Our Qualities and y I Prices give O I IVI VJ IM Satisfaction. WIIIIVII Don't Forget Us. Largest Stock in tho T" V f^ Test our Prices. D II U 0 COUNTRY FRIENDS.— Send for our new Price List it will surprise you. BOOT MANUFACTURERS, GEORGE ST., new: Octagon, also PRINCES ST., opp. Post Office., Dunedin. (Continental Boot Depot.)
Q ITY HOTEL, DUNEDIN. Having LEASED my VtoeAi.jjr HOTEL to Messrs. J. J. 'r ?<^7?f*Wii»»StSS^ CONNOR and J. T. <^4?L^aM^£T^MQJL HARRIS, I have to v?^2^Mfi36sfcZi^fiL? THANK the PATRONS the 'City' for then "^■^^sHnm' LIBERAL PATRONAGE Q|^^^^^^^^HjS|MH§SflHft^ Q d i Q bespeaking a Con- «^J^^^^^^^B£Ss|mEsl^ESi' tinuance of the same for f^^^^H^R|Hflß^s&^^Bß m 7m 7 successors I feel quite *fli^^^^HH|^HH|^^H|^^^9K satisfied that the reputa- 1 jJ]mßS»!^?^Os|^mE^K^^3P ti° n t^ 6 Hotel has enjoyed ■Y^tjfß^A^£JK^jS^^^B/BSO^ will be fully maintained under their Management. J. F. NIXON WITH reference to the above, we feel that it is hardly necessary to assure our Friends and the Patrons of the City that no effort will be spared on our part to merit the Patronage ao liberally bestowed on our esteemed predecessor.