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Observer, Volume XV, Issue 822, 29 September 1894, Page 4
T OND ON DE RR V PHARMACY Undersignedbegsto return his sincere thanks to his numerous patrons for past 12 months, and hopes by strict attention to still merit then: patronage. Undersigned also wishes to make known that he served a long apprentice- ship with Dr. McCaul, of the above city, and having acquired from him a thorough practi- cal knowledge of the remedies and medicines suitable for the numerous diseases attending both male and female, and, as a great boon, that most eminent physician conferred upon him before leaving for this colony, a thorough knowledge of the special remedies for secret and private diseases for which hundreds of teßtimonals could be given for the past 12~ months in Auckland but, treatment for all such is, and must be, strictly confidential- Poor, foolish sufferers only have faith and try his remedies and prove their efficacy for your- selves. jyj- JgCCLES, DISPENSING AND FAMILY CHEMIST, SPECIALIST, KARANGAHAPE ROAD ■ 17, cm, &~co.; TIMBER MERCHANTS. Architraves, Skirting, Mouldings, Timber Joinery, Bricks and Lime, at very lowest prices. LARGE STOCKS of SEASONED TIMBER All orders receive our personal supervision. T EYLAND, /C.STT>RIEN & /CO., STEAM, SAW, & PLANING MILLS, Customs - stbeet West, Auckland. /CARPENTERS' ARMS HOTEL, GREY-STREET, AUCKLAND. ARCHD. HILL, Proprietor. Wines and Spirits only of the best quality kept in Stock. Ehrenfried's XXXX Ale on Draught. Good Accommodation. /COOK & /CRAY, ACCOUNTANTS, TRADE ASSIGNEES AND FINANCIAL AGENTS. AUCKLAND, WELLINGTON. AND CHRISTCHURCH. ~T ORTHE]R N FURNISHING IN WAREHOUSE. Cabinetmakers, Upholsterers, Patent Spring and wire Mattress Manufacturers, REMOVED Ten doors lower down from old premises HOBSON-STREET, AUCKLAND. H. OBEE Manager. Patent Spring and Wire Mattresses — 3.6 x 6.2 . . . . 11/ 3.6 x 6.2 . . . . 12/6 4.6 x 6.2 .. ... 15/6 Suites of Furniture from £4 to £50. All kinds of Cabinet Work and Bedding made to order at lowest prices. Best Workmanship Guaranteed. /CAFE IMPERIALE (Late ' Blue Post ' Dining Rooms), VICTORIA - STRE ET EAST First-class LUNCHEON for Business) fT> Men, comprising three courses, and [ y tea, coffee, or cocoa ; } *^ SUPPER ROOMS Open, for the convenience of those attending the Opera House, till midnight. FIRST - CLASS ACCOMMODATION FOR BOARDERS. Hot and Cold Baths. H. C. D. SERGEANT, Manager (For seven years with E. Waters, Queen-st.) GUNGURU COAL RETAIL DEPOT. FEREWOOD AT LOWEST PRICES. Grain and Spice Crushing a Specialty. P. BRYANT, Custom-Street West. Bon Bons 8 small cigars, 6d.