TT OOD AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRAPERS, SILK MERCERS, HOSIERS, HATTERS, HABERDASHERS, TAILORS, CLOTHIERS, AND GENERAL OUTFITTERS, Wansbeck-stbeet, Oamabtt. Always in Stock, a first-class assortment of GENERAL DRAPERY,HOUSE FURNISHINGS, CARPETS, RUGS v s y DAMASKS, AND FLOOR CLOTHS, SILKS, SHAWLS, MANTLES, & MILLINERY, LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S UNDERCLOTHING, &c, &c. CHILDREN'S, LADIES', AND GENTLEMEN'S BOOTS, SHOES, SLIPPERS, &c, Of evej-y description. A Large Stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING, VERY CHEAP ! DRESSMAKING AND MILLINERY Conducted on the premises. * # * The TAILORING DEPARTMENT is now under the management of Mr RoBEar Ross, long and favorably known as a first-class Cutter in some of the largest establishments in the Home country. HOOD & SHENNAN, Wansbeck-street, OAMARU.
T^T ILLIAM LUKE has just received, per Star of Tasmania, a large Consignment of PERFUMERY, BRUSHWARE, AND FANCY SOAP, . Direct from John Gosnells & Co., Perfumers to Her Majesty.
Vt^he oamaru brewery company ( LIMITED ) Have authorised CHARLES PRENDERGAST to receive orders and collect monies due to the Company.
T>OBERT ROSS begs to inform the inhabitants of Oamaru and surrounding districts that he has opened a BOOT AND SHOE ESTABLISHMENT, In Wansbeck-street, above Tees-street. ALL KINDS OF LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S BOOTS AND SHOES MADE TO ORDER.
T S.ANDERSON, HOUSE PAINTER AND IMPORTER op Paperhangingo Glass Oils and Colors Gilt Mouldings, for cornices and pictureframes, and Paints of all descriptions. Centre of Tees-street) OAMARU.
T A. REBELLO, LAND, STOCK, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, WaIMAIE, CANTERBOTtr. * # * Sawn Timber, Posts and Rails, and Firewood delivered on anj part of the Waitaki, at the lowest rates.
"1VT O T I C E .— I, MR JAMES COOKE, have opened the ALLIANCE BOARDING-HOUSE, Thames-stbeet. First'dass Accommodation for Travellers and Private Parties. Private Rooms for Families. GOOD STABLING.
"VTOTICE. —In consequence of a change of Proprietors in the OAMARU MEAT COMPANY, all Accounta up to the 1st Jvse, 1867, are requested to be paid forthwith to the under■igned, whose receipt shall be binding. GEORGE SUMPTER.
l^TOTICE.— ALL FOWLS found trespassing on tlie SWAMP FARM, marching with Mr Aimes' Farm, will be destroyed. J. TURNBULL.
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, North Otago Times, Volume IX, Issue 262, 26 November 1867
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 North Otago Times, Volume IX, Issue 262, 26 November 1867
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