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i T3EGULAR WEEKLY STEAM /^njlkK COMMUNICATION C sJlffl fiE*^ BETWEEN HOKITIKA AND GREY RIVER. THE S. S. U N O , H. B, M'Meikan, Master, Is appointed to sail ON WEDNESDAY NEXT, 23rd INST., For tho above port. For freight or passage apply to HBNDBRSON AND BONAR, . "Wharf street. All cargo for shipment'mitst bo accompanied by an order from the agents. TJ AND T. HAWORTH havo on saleGalvanized ir>n. plain and corrugated Corrugated painted iron Black sheet iron Plain sheet zino Bar, rod, and flat iron, steel, &c. Ridging, spouting, guttering, &o. Smiths' files, shoeing knives, &o. Pit, Crosscut, and hand saws All kinds of Carpenters tools Every description of ironmongery Horse nails, American stoves, fenders Kettles, boilers, &0., &o. Tea and coffee pots, and tinware of all kinds A large assortment of paperhanging and screen cloth for ditto Boiled and raw oil, turpentine Gold size, patent knotting dryers Brown paint, burnt and raw umber, gold leaf, &c, &c. Scales, chairs, lamps, shades, &c. T and G boards, pine boards Quartering, doors, sashes, mouldings &a, &c. Bricks and coals R. AND T. HAWORTH, Gibson's Quay. TTO.KITIKA WAREHOUSE. Plato and window glass of all sizes Paperhtuigings in great variety Oils und colors White lead Mixed paints always on hand Brushes and varnishes, &o. Colored and ornamental glass Gilt mouldings Picture frames made to order American sashes and doors Clear pine mouldings, &o. Sashes and doors for shop fronts made to order on most reasonable terms. All orders punctually attended to. OBSERVE THE ADDRESS '.— J. N. PETERS, SASHMAKER AND GLAZIER", BEACH-ST., HOKITIKA. WILL SHORTLY OPEN. I, HERMAN, (Late A. Beverley.) TTAVING just arrived from Dunedin with a -tl splendid assortment of Gold and Silver Watches, Chains, Rings, Brooches, &c, will shortly open with the above woll assorted stook, comprising articles of Colonial and Home Manufacture, at prices defying competition. Noto the Address : I. HERMAN, Watchmaker and Manufacturing Jowollor, Revell Street, Opposite the Corinthian Hall. N.B. — None but first class workmen employed. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, The Proprietor leaving for England, THAT well known, favorite place of amusomont, THE LONDON HOTEL, Substantially built, 10 x 20, with iron roof, wontherbOarded and floored throughout, commanding ono of the most central positions, and doing a trado at tho present time seoond to none in tho township of Hdkitika. For terms and particulars apply at the Hotel, to the Proprietor, j. H. KEBBLE. ~ RUSH DOWN SOUTH ! To Packers, Diggers, and others. THE undersigned begs to notify that ho has commenced business as , HORSE SHOER AND GENERAL BLACKSMITH At the Tatara Diggings, when ho hopes, by civility and moderate charges, to receivo a share of your patronage. JOHN LINDSAY, Horse Shoer and Goneral Blacksmith. OSCEOLA POWELL, REVELL STREET BEPRESHMENT ROOMS. Hot Pies and Coffeo always ready. Tripe, &o. THIS establishment is under the management of an oxperienoed Cook. The Proprietor hopes by strict attention to business to obtain a fair share of the patronage hitherto awarded him. OrrosiTß Cafe National, Revell Street. ROYAL PORTRAIT GALLERY, Rovell street, nearly opposite tho Camp, TS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS, From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. DENSLOW, Artist. GREY RIVER A.QENOY. MR. LUSCOMBF, (lato Nees and Luscombo) begs to inform tho residents of Hokitika that ho has an office on tho River Frontage, and will ho happy to rocoivo consignments of goods, and to transact any business in this aistriott Accounts rendered promptly, and cash transmitted without dolny. RICHARD 0. LUSCOMBE, Maori Town, Grey lliver.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, West Coast Times, Issue 34, 22 August 1865

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 West Coast Times, Issue 34, 22 August 1865

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