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Lawrence Advertisements. mUAPEKA DINING ROOMS, (Adjoining the Bank of New Zealand), PEEL STREET, LAWRENCE. GEORGE USTON, Proprietor. Every Accommodation for Travellers. I Coals and Firewood supplied. T A ME S HOPKINS,! GENERAL STOREKEEPER, Evans' Flax, Wholesale Wine and Spirit Merchant. tterbebt and no., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANTS, | i ROSS PLACE, LAWRENCE, Beg to intimate that their NEW PREMISES NOW OPENED With a Large and varied Stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE Of every description. fT|HE T\RAPERY T\EPARTMENT Is replete with a choice selection of Goods suitable for the season, AT MODERATE PRICES, WATER! WATER!! WATER!!! WATER LAID ON from the Main Pipes at the Shortest Notice, by THOS. BARNETT, Plumber, &c, Peel-street, Lawrence. T\ CAMPBELL, Mining Agent, PEEL STREET, LAWRENCE; Cases conducted in the Magistrate's Court, and every description of Mining business executed. 17 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 Accommodation ?ob Tbavbiisbs. N.8.-GOOD STABLING, TTpare CASH PURCHASERS of OATS, CHAFF, and POTATOES, And other Farm Produce. D. M'NICOL & CO. Whitehaven-street. GEORGE ENNIS, Veterinary Surgeon, HORSE CLIPPER AND SINGER, TOKOMAHIIRO, BALOLUTHA, AND TUAPEKA. 1 (ggr Orders left at the Masonic Hotel, Law* venoe, promptly attended to.* BAFFLE TJOEMB OAIT BE* HAD AT THB

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Tuapeka Times, Volume I, Issue 20, 27 June 1868

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Tuapeka Times, Volume I, Issue 20, 27 June 1868

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