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GOLDEN Eip I(PfE| ■ , In thanking the public for the very iberal patronage extended to me in the, past I would solicit a contlnuance'of their support in tha fnture. • ; Only the very BEST BRANDS of Wines, Whiskies,' and' Brandies kept in stock. '•' ■ The choicest of Beers always- on Up. Every civility nod convenience to out* tomers from town and country. , - MARY BUROHELL, < ' Proprietor. / FT L U B a 0 T 1 L MawhibaQuat, G RE YMO di'H. BEVILACQOA~VINqiST» focsMil manager of Daweon's Hotel/ RWfto|ii, . pleasure in announcing that "■'••^blb^ LEASED from G. E. Hall, th<>i*aftptVj\ premises known as Hunt's Olab mill. , n where he hopes by his care and attentroa to the wants of customers and the quality of the vlandß, to secure a fair share ot public patronage. The accommodation for boarders, tourists, and visitors Is first class. In ref erenoe ,to the above, Mr G. S Hall begs to thanks his customers for the patronage he received, and hopes they will continue to give an equal support to his successor, Mr Vincent. GEORGE HALL WEBER^a London Tailoring Establishment NOTICE OF REMOVAL ' ' We beg to intimate to our numerps patrons that WE HAVE . REMOVED to more CENTRAL PREMISES In MAWHERA QUAY, next to Dt Morlce, were in addition to the tailoring we intend keeping a select assortment of gentlemen's mercery, hosiery, hats and oaps of -the latest shapes and styles. Oat experience as catters for upwards o£ 15 / years in some of the leading West End shops of London should be a sufficient guarantee, together with past local experience as to our style and fie, wbich oannot be surpassed. ■ All work made on the premises under our immediate, •upervl* ' slon. We have alao one of the largest seleo ; tton of tweeds in the colooy, and a we import direct from Home we are enabled tc make all kinds of suits to order at reason - able rates.. . _ An early inspection invited:^ ' " : . • , . "- 1 "™ ;1 - '-/„ \ ■, Note the Addbiss :— * 5 * WEBER S LONDON TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, Mawhera Quay, Greymouth. E. HOPKINS, Acknowledging past favors wishef to Inform his patrons and tbe p^bllp generally that he has just received oon* Bignmentsof ,j JAPANESE GOODS Whloh are to be cleared at, prices un« heard, of. "Sample" Tea Caddies, 2s 6d each Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, Is 6d pet pair, Salad Bowls, Fancy Plates, Caps and Saucers, Tea Sets, etc, etc. • < GLASSWARE. Butter Dishes and Sugar Basins from 9d each, Olass Shades for Wedding flowers, Vases from Is per pair, Tea Pots from Is each, • - . • A large assortment of GLASSWARE OItUCKERYWARH!, BRUSHWARB. EN AMELLED WARE, &c. E. HOPKIHSr FAMILY GROCER, AND CROCKEt V AND GLASSWARE ItMPORTER, BOUNDARY STUKET. Ashton's Family and Cog mercial^otel, RICHMOND QUAY. MR ASHTON begs to notify that he has reeamod charge of the above well known hotel, and frosts to see his old friends aud new ones. The hotel has been completely re« famished and all the fittings new and of the vary best qimlltv W. WALTON & 00 MASONS, BRICKtAYRaS, AN iMOJNUMENTAL SCULPrORS, Mackay Street. Greymouth. A NEW SHIPMENT OF M4RBLBJ ifc OAM ARU HEADSTONE various designs, jaat to hand, and to bo seen on the premises. I Imperishable lettering doce. Sand for design. Ooacrete kerbing always op handi DEM O R I 0 1 ' SURGBON, : ; Lste Swgeou io «ho s.s. Oraat Bkltalv ': foroaerly Surgeon to the l?ortnampto ~~ General Hospital the Liverpool : Eye •> Em Infirmary, tha Birmingham Gij s Hospital, Lying-in QbJprltlee tf be consulted Q vermouth Dbpei Maw en Qiaf t

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Grey River Argus, Volume LVII, Issue 9527, 24 August 1896

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Grey River Argus, Volume LVII, Issue 9527, 24 August 1896

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