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stone's otago and-;This l handsomely.; southlnd directory, bound and admir- V ably printed work, for 189©, being'the : seventh year of publication, is now to - hand, and, like "its predecessors, is amonument of painstaking skill. It contains, as usual, complete street and trades ■ directories for the City of Dunedirfand for .- the town of Invercargill, and township directories for all townships in, Otago and Southland, - Pastoral, Ecclesiastical, Official and Judicial directories, directories for Municipalities'" and Counties with " Statistics of Revenue of Cities, Boroughs' : and Harbor Boards, a Directory of Public' - Societies, Railway and Road Itinerary, ; Postal and Telegraphic/information and - statistics, a Synopsis of the Legislative* Enactments 1889, the Fencing Act, -' the ' Impounding Act, Dog Registration Acts, list of Court Fees, etc., in the several Law Courts, Statistics of Population, Land Tenure, Live Stock, Imports and Exports of New Zealand, the Public Debt of the Australasian Colonies, the complete ' Customs Tariff, besides an immense amount of other information, The work is also furnished with admirable;maps off the Colony, of the City of Dunediri, etc., . the latter being on an entirely new plan. This publication is 4ndifipensible to the - merchant and business man, and is exceedingly creditable to the compilers and publishers. The.printing has-been" entirely executed in the Colony, and as a specimen of typography leaves nothing to be desired. It is published at 12s 6d.

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REVIEW., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2399, 12 April 1890

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REVIEW. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2399, 12 April 1890

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