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Lawrence Advertisements. A HENDERSON, • Boot and Shoe Makee, PEEL STREET, LAWRENCE, In thanking the public for their generous support for the last five years, begs to announce that he has greatly enlarged his premises, and increased his stock of imported Hoots bnd Shoes, and as he selects his own stock, he is able to supply a cheaper and better article than anyone in the District. A. H. has lately made a grtfat reduction in the price of goods of his own manufacture. N.B. — Inspection Invited. 10HN L. SHADWELL KEEN, *J Dispensing and Family Chemist, DIIUGGIST, AND SURGEON-DENTIST, Peel Street, LAWRENCE. .Teeth Extracted, Stopped, and Scaled. Opei'ations performed under the influence of Chloroform, if desired. GRIFFIN'S JUNCTION FAMILY HOTEL, V PEEL STREET, LAWRENCE. Wives, Spirits, and Ales of the Best Brands. AP A R X* E R , • WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, &C., PEEL STREET, LAWRENCE. A. P. begs to announce that he has always on hand a large and well-assorted stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, Fancy Goods, &c, &c, which he is enabled to dispose of at Town Pricts. Parties bupplying Gold can have it made into Brooches, Pins, &c, to any pattern. Repairs Neatly Executed, with Despatch. T AM E S' HARRIS, 0 BAKER, GROCER, AND GENERAL MERCHANT, Corner of Peel-street and Koss Place, Has on hand a large assortment of — GLASS, CHINA, AND IRONMONGERY, KEROSENE OIL AND LAMPS. J. H. respectfully invites the public of Lawrence and Burioundiug districts to make an inspection of his stock of the above Goods. N.B. — Outdoor Orders Promptly Attended to. FISH OH ! FISH OH ! FRESHFISH! FRESHFISH! • EVERY THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, (Weather permitting). DANIEL LEWIS, Ross Place, Lawrence, has made arrangements for a constant supply of the above by Express. The Tuapeka and Dunedin Express leaves Lawrence every Saturday morning, and Dunedin on the following Wednesday, carrying light Parcels, &c, at Moderate Charges. TAMES SMITH begs to inform the inhabitants of Wetherstones, Lawrence, and surrounding districts that he supplies none but first-class Meat, at lowest possible prices. Families Waited on for Orders, and Joints Punctually Delivered. MINERS' BUTCHERY, Wetherstones. MEDICAL HALL. JONAS H^A RRO P, I CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, PEEL STREET, LAWRENCE. Carefully Prepared. L ~— — — Db. HALLEY CAN BE CONSULTED.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Tuapeka Times, Volume I, Issue 7, 28 March 1868

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Tuapeka Times, Volume I, Issue 7, 28 March 1868

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