-Hotels. EOBELAND HOTEL, ROBELAND, MAKARAKA. rpHIS well-known; long-established, and favourite Hotel, formerly in the X occupation of Mr. George Saundehs, and lately of Mr. Allen, hns now boen taken by 'Mr. F. ARCHARD, until lately the landlord of the Britomart Hotel, Auckland Mr. Archard now invites Ma friends and the Public genorally to pay him a visit. Here will be found the BEST ACCOMMODATION which the many conveniences of the Hotel will admit. Good, Large, Well-furnished, and Well-ventilated Bed Rooms Commercial Room. Public and Private Sitting Rooms. A GOOD TABLE, and FIRST-CLASS ATTENDANCE. Good Bath Room, with the celebrated Medicated Waters laid on. ; GOOD STABLING. WINES, ALES, AND SPIRITS OF THE BEST BRANDS PROCURABLE ACCOMMODATION FOR WEDDING PARTIES. CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE.
MARBLE ! MARBLE ! Ex " Helen Denny." MESSRS. WATERWORTH and TONG, having Just Received direct from London a shipment of Splendid MARBLE, thoy are prepnred to supply HEADSTONES from £4 and upwards. GRANITE! GRANITE! Ex "Glenloba." W. and T. would call special attention to, a Splendid Assortment of red and grey Aberdeen GRANITE, beautifully polished, now on view at their Yard. Gisborne Agent :— E. J. Upham, Cooper's Buildings, Gladstone Road. WATERWORTH AND TONG, Hastings Street, Napier, Opposite Mr. Holt's Timber Yard. SADDLER and HARNESS MAKER. J. C. TAYLOR, (Late of Messrs. McVay and Co., Gladstone Road.) JC. TAYLOR takes this oppor- # tunity of Acquainting the residents of Gisboine, and the settlers of the several districts ot Poverty Bay, that he has commenced busiuess on his own account as SADDLER and HARNESS MAKER, IN PEEL STREET, (Opposite Mr. Joyce's Empire Hotel, off the Gladstone Road.) From a long experience in First-Class Establishments, a thorough knowledge in all the several departments of his trade ; importing only from the beat houses, and using only the most lasting and durable material, the advertiser confidently trusts in securing a fair share of patronoge. Repairs of all kinds executed promptly and satisfactorily at MODERATE CHARGES. Harness for buggies, waggons, drays, and other teams, guaranteed to stand strain, wear and weather. REMEMBER THE ADDRESS :— J. C. TAYLOR, Peel Street, (Opposite Mr. Joyce's Empire Hotel.) "pTUMPHREYS & OCOTTER, Horse Shoeks, GENERAL SHIP & ENGINE SMITHS, Wheelwrights and Agricultural Implement Makers, PEEL STREET, GISBORNE. £3" N.B. — Reaping and all otiikk kinds de6 of Machinery Rei'Aiked. GISBORNE STEAM FLOUR MILL. ON HAND— SUPERIOR FLOUR, Circular Saw Brand, Superior Flour, Household, Sharps, Bran, Fowl Wheat Oatmeal, Crushed Maize, Crushed Oats. \ss»-TERMS CASH, OR THE EQUAL' an 16 KING & CO. STEAM THRESHING MACHINE. ANY PERSONS having GRASS WHEAT, or OAT CROPS requiring THRESHING can have the same done by applying to the Undersigned, or to Mr. Oxenham, in charge of Machine. KING & CO., 21 " Gisborue.
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Poverty Bay Herald, Volume VI, Issue 687, 30 April 1879
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