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Tokomairiro Advertisements. SADDLERYI'^fa^ SADDLERY! MESSRS. LOW AND SONS, SADDLE, HAENe'sS, AND COLLAR MAKERS, Beg to call the attention of their friends and patrons in the Lawrence and Waitahuna Districts totkeir splendid asssortment of Saddlery •Goods, "second to none in the Province. Being Cash buyers, we are enabled to sell at prices that defy competition. A choice Assortment of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Saddles and bridles. Whips of every description, and Harness on hand ready made. Inspection invited. Saddles Stuffed to peri fection. Orders promptly execuied. Note the Address — LOW AND SONS, DUNEDIN, TOKOMAIRIRO, AND CLUTHA FERRY. MRS. ROBERTSON, Glasgow House, MAIN SOUTH ROAD, Tokomairiro, Has Eemoved to her New Premises, and has always on hand every description of LADIES' APPAREL, DRESS GOODS, And every variety of MILLINERY. Inspection Invited. SHAMROCK HOTEL, Tokomairiro. THOMAS QUILL, having taken the above Hotel, which he has thoroughly fitted up and re-decorated, hopes to receive the support of the district and travelling community. Best aopommodation for travellers j and Good Stabling. Wives, Ales, and Spirits of the best quality. Miscellaneous. RELIANCE HOTEL, OTAKIA, (18 miles from Dunedin and half-way to Tokomairiro), WILLIAM CLEMENIS - - Propeietob (Late of the Caledonian Inn, Dunedin). Private Dwelling House, in the vicinity of the Hotel, specinlly fitted up for the convenience of Wedding Parties. Pleasure Boats Provided. Good Stabling, Stockyard, and Padddock. Superior Accommodation for Travellers. WINES, SPIRITS, AND ALES Of the Choicest Brands. A RCHIBALD ATTCHISON Blacksmith and Fabeiee, OTAKIA. Horses Shod on the shortest notice. NOTICE. IITESSRS. ALLAN AND CO.'S ROYAL MAIL COACH will leave the Gridiron Hotel, [ Princes Street, South, Daily, at 7.30 a.m., arriving in Tokomairiro at 12 noon ; leaving Commercial Hotel at 12.15 p.m., and arriving in Dunedin at 4.45 p.m. Passengers and Parcels can be booked at our Offices, Gridiron ILptel, Dunedin, and at Commercial Hotel, Tokomairiro. J. ALLAN AND CO., Proprietors. f

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Tuapeka Times, Volume I, Issue 7, 28 March 1868

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Tuapeka Times, Volume I, Issue 7, 28 March 1868

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