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MORf PORK. @ur €yes are Opeq V . , 1 coftcTjequiremcr\tso/th«^acoriZrrade 1 —SOLD WHOLESALE BY THE--1 CHRISTCHURCH MEAT CO., LTD. j l^rJtaL K JL3S9 JL W»JCJL MJ JcC(^ JtX* ALSO WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BY GRIFFEN AND SMITH, HOWE AND TRUSCOTT, KBTTLE BROS 1 J. W. EASSON AND 00, M. NOONAN, (Greymouth) LARGRIDGJS AND MASTERS, A. JACKSON, W. BINNIE, , J. W. TAYLOR AND CO, (Brnnner.)

Greyntouth-Point Elizabeth ' Railway and Coal Company (Limited.)- - POINT ELIZABETH, COAL CREEK AND BRUNNER COLLIERIES. Present output yearly .« 200,000 tons Onr present facilities equal.- 250,000 tons May be Increased to. M . M 500,000 tons When sufficient demand arises. Highest awards and certificates obtained rom the'Oolonlal and European !Exhlbllons for. our COAL, FIRECLAY, and FIRECLAY GOODS, Including GASJRETORTS and TILES of all kinds. GOAL delivered In oar-goes of 10 ton and upwardsfat any port in the oolony west ourrent rates. FOREIGN EXPORT.— We are quot ng specially low rates for foreign exportfo.b. at Greymouth, or* for tranship meat at Wellington or any other ports o the oolony ; despatch guaranteed. CHARTERS.— We want tonnage fo PortPirie, Hongkong, Iqulque, loading a •bore. DEPOTS.— We have depots at Welling* ton, Lyttelton, Ohriatcbnrch, and Dunedin, from which the trade and consumers , are supplied whosesale or retail from yards or direot from steatnerß or hulks Large supplies always on hand, Including COKE, FIRECLAY, IREBRICK and TILES. LIME FOR SALE 1 BEST LlME— fresh burnt at onr 00l . ljerles from Imported Napier and other celebrated limestones, at lowest rates. ALEX.HrboUGALL, Managing Director. Painters. - J. HOLMES, PAINTER, PAPERHANGER, SIGN '. , WRITER & HOUSE DECORATOR Taixui Stbmt, - Importer direct from England of window* fc glMfl, paperhangings, paints, oils, brashware, scrim, &o, &c, which enables him to sell at ■ LOW PRICES. 1 Estimates furnished; country orders promptly attended to all work entrusted 1 to him executed with despatoh, and none [ but the best material* nied. Note the address— 1 DOORS FROM THE POST OFFICE, TAINUf BTREET i . : — — 1 PAINT, PAPERHANGING, and , GLASS WAREHOUSE. i, ESTABLISHED, 1865. 2 P. BADGESR, J ESTABLISHED 1865. a . — PAIBTER, PAPERHANGER, STG* WRITER AND GENERAL HOUSE DECORATOR, TAINUI TREET HaS ON SALE— - Window Glass, CUs, White Lead Varnish, Brushware, Paperhangings, Sorlm, etc., and • othet Painters Materials, at ' GREATLY REDUCED PRICKS,

Tjl M P I R E HOTEL. WllHa Street, Wellington. Hamilton Gilmbk, Pbopbibtob. This old-established and favorite hotel la centrajly situated, and within five minateV walk of the Wharf, Post Office, and Public Buildings. Excellent accommodation for tourists, commercial travellers and visitors to Wellington. WEST COASTERS receive a hearty welcome. The best brands of wines and sp'rl only kept. Staples's beer on tap. Large and convenient sample rooms. EMPIRE HOTEL, Willis Street, Wellington. ROYAL HOTEL, Opposite Government Railway Station WELLINGTON. Proprietor GEORGE ROSS. Builder and Engineer of the s a Ino, Hokltika and Greymouth. Twelve years on Wellington seotion N Z Railways. BEST LIQUORS. FIRST - CLASS ACCOMMODATION. RUGG'S KUMARAHOTEL KUMAR A. This hotel is one of the LARGEsT and MOST SUBSTANTIALLY BUILT on the West Coaßt. The parlors, sitting rooms and bedrooms are EXCELLENTLY FURNISHED, and afford every convenience to tourists end visitors. A first class Billiard Table and a carefnl marker in attendance. EXTENSIVE STABLING— Buggies, coaohea. and well baed saddle horses on hire. BEST BRANDS OF BFER, WINES and SPITITS kept. JAMES RUGS, Proprietor. USE HAYWARD BKOS Worcester & Tomato Sauces, 25 first awards to 1891, Ohrlateharoh. WASTE PAPER on SALE at this OffiM

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Grey River Argus, Volume LVII, Issue 9527, 24 August 1896

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Grey River Argus, Volume LVII, Issue 9527, 24 August 1896

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