J. SIGLEY, TINSMITH, &c, . WHILE thanking the Public for the liberal support he has. received since commencing business in Gisborne, begs to intimate that he has REMOVED to premises CORNEKop GLADSTONE ROAD, Opposite Mclntosh's Butcher's Shop, where he will carry on his trade as usual. TANKS, IRON CHIMNEYS, STOVE PIPING, GALVANISED IRON WARE & TINWARE OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, made to order at LOW PRICES FOR CASH. RIDGE CAPPING (all sizes) manufactured on the premises and retailed at AUCKLAND WHOLESALE PRICES FOR READY MONEY. DAIRY & KITCHEN UTENSILS, PUMPS & IRON PIPING, AMERICAN PATFNT NOVELTIES, &c, IN STOCK. J. SIGLEY, TINSMITH AND PLUMBER, Cokner of Gladstone Road, Gisborne. CARTAGE & DRAYING. WILLTAM KING, MAKAURI, "^TOTIFIES that he is prepared, I -J-^ with either HORSES or BULLOCKS to do CARTING to any part of the District, with QUICKNESS AND DESPATCH, either by the JOB or by CONTRACT for a term as may be arranged.
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Poverty Bay Herald, Volume VI, Issue 911, 3 October 1879
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