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Lawrence Advertisements. nri LLI A M M'BEATH, MANCHESTER HOUSE, ROSS PLACE, LAWRENCE, Wholesale and Retail DRAPER, CLOTHIER, HABERDASHER, hosier, glover, and silk mercer, "Importer of boots and shoes. " ;* •* ■ - "_ ' Tweeds in great'variety. Gentlemen's Colo,nial Made Clothing. Millinery and dressmaking done on the Premises. An inspection respectfully solicited. MATTHEW HAY, AUCTIONEER, GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, AND SHAREBROKER, Temple Chambers, ROSS PLACE, LAWRENCE. BASTINGS' COMMERCIAL HOTEL, LAWRENCE. The Proprietor begs to announce that the above premises are now complete, and offer every accommodation for Travellers and Families. Booking Office for Cobb and. Co.'s Coaches. T COMMERCIAL HOTEL LIVERY AND BAIT STABLES Comprise Twenty four Stalls, Loose Boxes, Carriage House, &c. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Saddle Horses, always on Hire. MR. ffRANCES WARD, Babbister-at-Lavt, Solicitob, and Conveyances, PEEL STREET, LAWRENCE. Managing Articled Clerk :— MR. J. L. S. KEEN. TO THE INHABITANTS OF TUAPEKA, LAWRENCE, & TEVIOT DISTRICTS. m BRADLEY, Begs to announce " that he has 'started a comfortably-seated Coach between Lawrence and the Teviot. BRADLEY'S ROYAL MAIL COACH Will carry Passengers and Parcels, leaving Lawrence at 4 a.m. on Wednesdays, and ■Teviot at noon on Thursdays. Parcels and Letters carried on horseback to Dunstan same day. BooKiNa Office — POTTS' VICTORIA HOTEL. HHAMROCK HOTEL, LAWRENCE, TUAPEKA. J. .DONOVAN has the pleasure to inform his friends and the public that he has opened the SHAMROCK HOTEL, where, by keeping Wines, Spirits, and Ales of the best brands, he hopes to' receive a share of public support. Good Accommodate^ for Travellers. N:B.~GOOD STABLING. fi E O RG E . V O U N G, MARKET GARDENER, ROSS'S GULLY, LAWRENCE. Freeh Garden Produce brought into Town ~ 'Daily."

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Tuapeka Times, Volume I, Issue 7, 28 March 1868

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