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TMVOLi TA N T T 0 MI%E RS . W& continue to Retort and Sinejt Gold Free of al.l Charge for the Bank ftf New Zealand. BROADBENT AND EAST, WATCHMAKER- AND JEWELLERS, M.4.WHEUA Quay, Nexjb .the Union Bank of Anstralj.%. TIT li, C. CHILO 0T T, -"-*■ L A P I D A R V, Back of Post Office Hotel, Mawhera Quay, Greymouth. ffreenskong put aud polished to any design. Ordevs ieffc $t Broadbent and East's wjll be punctually attended to. T3 E E S AND TV L E R, BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, PROCTORS ■ AND CONVEYANCERS. ELD O N CHAMBERS, Werita street, Greymouth ; and Camp street, Hftkitika. TUT 11 , O'LOUG HLJ N , BARRISTER, SOLICITOR, AND CONVEYANCER. Office — Albert street. ATTU WIESENHAVERN, Wholesale and Retail TOBACCONIST.. Packers and Storekeepers supplied at the Lowest Prices, "VTT ATS 0 N AN D WIOK ES. TIMBER MERCHANTS, AND COMMISSION AGENT S, Arney and Gressou streets. „ TT AL L OF CO UMEII CE . J. MANSON AND CO. Importers of GENERAL DRAPERY AND MEN'S CLOTHING. JJEXT TO SWEENEY'S HOTEL, GKEYMOUTH. npHOMAS AND M'BEATH, (Late Hugh Kirkpairick and Co.), WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRAPERS, Mawhera Quay, Greymouth. AMOS AND BADGER. PAINTERS, GLAZ IERS, PAPER-HANGERS, AND HOUSE DECORATORS, Boundary Stkeet. FQRS'YTH AND MASTERS., Wholesale Ironmongers, Boundary street. Hungarian nails, kip and sole leather, pegs, fyeel tops, trees, lasts, &c ; axes, picks, Ames's No. 2 shovels, guns, ammunition, pjtch, tar, oakum, paints, bar and sheet jrpn, horse shoes, steel. — "jay RS H A N N O N, * Bookseller and Stationer, Boundaiy street. Newspapers and Magazines by every mail. CIRCULATING LIBRARY, T^" O T I C E . A Letter Express leaves R. Shannon's, Boundary street, every Monday, for Fox's arid Pakihi. TV/I- ACK AY ' S * EXPR ES S, An Express leaves Greiymonth for Fox's aud. Pakihi every Saturday, carrying letters and parcels. An Express leaves Greymouth every Tuesday and Saturday for Ahura, Duffer's, Noble's, Teviot, and German Gullies. Letters can be forwarded to and from any p,f the above-named places. Office— Greyraouth : Mr Parkinson'?, next Victoria Hotel. Pakihi: Mr R Mackav's, Beach street. TT AIR- .CUTTING. PROFESSOR BROWN'S Hair-Cutting, Shaving and Shampooing Saloon, where you can rejy on Superior workmanship and civility, second to none in town. ' ' Professor Brown's Hair-Brushing Apparatus, by steam power. NO MORE BALDNESS. Professor Brown, Agent for the Sydney Black Oxide of Cowper Pomade, Three doors from the Monster House, Mawhera Quay. >vY Js. BROWN, .'.;.■'■;'•. Proprietor.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Grey River Argus, Volume III, Issue 147, 20 December 1866

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Grey River Argus, Volume III, Issue 147, 20 December 1866

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