Bay of Plenty |jj Land B A Hint; to Those Seeking ■ } *■ 18 For,the fullest and most Reliable in l|« formation enquire from Joseph E MMM Dalton,. land agent, Te Puke. Ove || ifl thirty'yeW practical experience S 11 •To those desirous of disposing ©111 estates, and who likt ■■ .P.-W!;cut deal. -Place yourproper- WM m Wsfi "West established agency. Hi Inn>nt&r correspondents in all parti Wm of the 'Dominion and over-sea. Wm 1 j •If W'Su*- l ?? kin S for Lands • ill come to the old agent and interpreter, Hi I licensed over thirty years. : WM JOSEPH E. DALTON |' || Write for information. Pullporticulasa^' 18l .gSSIi a pleaittg, jS| AGENCY. ■ (Est. 1901.) t S Oldest Agency in the District. ' |||f ■?QfeHil)ALTOa'■ 1 LAND & ESTATE AGENT, VALUAS H .?$$ . LI( ?ENSED INTERPRETER;! S TePuke. J J Properties from Ito 15,000 acres in al! p M "■ u parts, of the Bay. ||| Fullest and most authentic information 111 •>i •; i ■ given to intending purchasers. , § |j§! ENQUIRIES INVITED -NOTHING A MM '■ ■'<TROUBLE. " f ||I Telegraph'Whenua. A.B.C.Code4th < § 1 j j | Coachbuilding .. j | Factory .. . |1 MODERN and up-to-date vehicles «£ ißi •:■ every description made 'to order» ' WM Old vehicles' Renovated in workmanlike <fl I Agricultural Implement's made and || J .SHOEING A SPECIALTY } fjj General Smith's work guaranteed ti ' '~l| .produce-satisfaction ||1| .AH odewlcajrie^t-ly-^rpetßSn^—-J W ;l TO those about to build get an Est* mm lIPALMER. v . M It cests nothing] " 'j||| Plans Prepared Work "M 1 : Satisfaction given and Terms easy '"■ &'' 111 PLUMBING WORK "'' '- II CABINET-MAKING ' S ;T.-E PALMER, : : (>■ I Builder, Contractor and Undertaker, X 1 i j : PuS~HoteT | A FREE HOUSE ||| Adolphus Montgomery - Proprietor j^^M THE BEST appointed and most com« WmS. fortable Hotel in the Sl&mm Visitors can rely on receiving every 111111111 attention, the domestic appointmen4J^!^ili being under the personal supervisfonor^^^^S Mrs Montgomery u , fl^gii^ EXCELLENT CUISINE-Only tiiili bestbrandsof Spirituous Liquors kept JB > and General Forge. >PH GEO..ROBINSON___ Proprietof % M ALL Classes of Shoeing and General S Smith workundertaken. Vehicfe! H , . Agnbultural Implements, & c ' M carefully repaired ' || MODERATE CHARGES] ■ M ■AIEIAL SOLICimj, S BeUvuTSivate B Hotel 111 TAURANGA t^S ALL the Comfo^^^^^^^^^^^B
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7, Te Puke Times, Volume II, Issue II, 8 April 1913
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