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JOSEPH KOHN AND CO., i^ENERAL MERCHANTS, FANCY WAREHOUSEMEN, AND IMPORTERS OF Wax vestas Plaids, 250's, 500's, 1000's Bell and Black's and other brands Stationery Printing paper Cutlery Sheath knives and belts Perfumery Brushwai'e, combs, &c t Iron bedsteads Paper-hangings French calfskins Leatherwave Glasswai'e Wfttercoolers Hot- water jugs , llydropultß Tinware Cash boxes Gold scales Magnets Powder flasks Dressing cases Papier mache goods Cabinetware Games aud Sports Ormolu goods Vases Musical instruments Engravings Perambulators Whips, hunting, driving, jockeys and twigs Photographic albums Stereoscopes oncl slides Basketware Inkstands Clocks Alarums Lamps Plated ware, cruets, &c. Japanned Goods Marine and opera glasses Spectacles Eye preservers Looking glasses SadJle cloths Saddle straps Tobacconists' goods Meerschaum pipes Cigarette paper Cricketing materials Novels, parlor and railway library, &c. French novels Bagatelle boards Dolls, leather, china, crying, wax, &c Toys, a large variety Jewellery Fancy goods JOSEPH KOHN AND CO., High Street., Dunedin, N.Z. Hunter Street, Sydney, N.S.W. Mary St., Brisbane, Queensland. Threadneedle Street, E.O., London. Newhall Hill, Birmingham. SHOOTING GALLERY, BRUCE HOTEL, Opposite the Bank of Now South Wales, Revell Street. SKENE & MACGREGOR T>EG tointimato that having completed their now premises, tho Bruce Hotel, and erected a first class Shooting Gallery, thoy will be glad to receive a visit from their friouds. None but tho best brands of liquors kept. BRUCE HOTEL SHOOTING GALLERY, TIOKITIKA TRAMWAY IS NOW OPEN, REVELL S T It E E T, Next to the Boundary Store, For the sale of firewood, piles, stumps, posts and rails, and all other kinds of bush wood. Firewood at tho terminus, Rovell street, 265. per cord, all other bush-wood equally cheap, GIBSON and WILLIAMS. ROYAL PORTRAIT GALLERY. JW. DENSLQW, (lato of tho Royal t Portrait Gallery, ])uiiedin). wishes to inform tho public of Hokitika that his gallery will bo opened in a fow da} a, nearly opposite the Camp, Revell street. TO HOTEL KEEPERS AND OTHERS. FOR SALE, A FIRST CLASS COOKING RANGE, -£*• by Taylor Liverpool, largo enough to cook for 100 people. Apply to HENDERSON & BONAR. POTATOES. POTATOES. f\N SALE, at L. E. Nathan and Co., Revell btreet, at lowest rates.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, West Coast Times, Issue 34, 22 August 1865

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 West Coast Times, Issue 34, 22 August 1865

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