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MAIZE, WHOLE and CRACKED. JAMES CHESNEY and Co. have on Snlo, ex "Susannah Booth" from Sydney — 100 bags wholo maize 76 do cracked do (A splendid sample.) Also, A few tubs prime Woolongong butter T AND ING PER WALLABY— 26 kegs prime Wellington butler York hams, coffee, pepper Half ton prime onions Full and light weight candles Hopper plates, bulk brandy, pale Fresh eggs Picton fine smoked herrings Kerosene oil, &o To Arrive — Hart's Adelaide flour Wellington and Nelson butter Company's No. 1 sugar Bacon, hams, onions, &c. JOHN SOLOMON AND CO., Diggers Store, Rovell street. rvN SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED,Quicksilver Blasting powdor and fuse Gunpowder, shot and gun caps Axes, adzes, drills, hammers CASSIUS AND COMISKEY. TVTOTIOE OF REMOVAL. j. h.~hTobn, (Has Romoved to the premises lately occupied by Lubecki Bros., opposito the Camp.) JLIN JL LATE * OHEET XRON WORKER. REVELL STREET, HOKITIKA. STOVE? 'AND LAMPS MADE TO ORDER. General Tinware, Wholesale nnd Retail. J. JONES AND CO., (Late of Dunedin). STOCK AUCTIONEERS, COMMISSION AGENTS, And General Salonmen, COMMERCIAL HORSE BAZAAR, Revell street, Hokitika. House Sales Daily at 12 o'clock. T\ ISAACS AND CO, AUCTIONEERS, Valuators and Commission Agents, OPPOSITE THE CAMP RESERVE. Liberal advances made on all merchandise sent to the rooms for sale. T. MUNHO & CO., T%/r E R C H A NT S, HOKITIKA. AGENTS for the screw steamer WALLABY. ~ MORISON, LAW & CO., AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, WIIAKF STREET. •niCIIARD REEVES AND CO., Auctioneers and General Commission Agents, WHARF STREET, HOKITIKA. STORAGE FOR 500 TONS GOODS. Cash advances made on merchandise consigned for absolute salo. No charge for rent on goods, if sold within three weeks. ACCOUNT SALES PROMPTLY RENDERED, HENDERSON & BONAII, QUIPPING, Commission Agents and General Merchants. WHARF STREET T. It. PROCTER, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, Gold Mcl tor and Refiner, Opposito Union Bank of Australia, Rovell street. Amalgamated gold retorted, lnolted, and refined for market. HIGHEST PRICE GIVEN FOR GOLD. /~1 11 E V RIVER. THE POST OFFICE STORKS. REUI3EN~WAITE, The Original Pioneer of tho West Coast goldflolds, continuos in tin old spot, and all 'goods suitable for tlio diggers can bo obtained ut his sfcoro at Hokitika prices.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, West Coast Times, Issue 34, 22 August 1865

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 West Coast Times, Issue 34, 22 August 1865

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