J^RANCIS MEE ti AKi WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT, , Wholesale and Retail I PRODUCE AND PROVISION MERCHANT j Great King-stkebt, Dunedin ' (Opposite Hospital). | Cash buyer of Oats, Butter and Potatoes. /~IARRIERS' ARMS HOTEL Dee-street, Invjercargill. i John Hughes - • Proprietor ] ■■■ ~"~ i Good Accommodation for Boarders. PriTate Booms for Families. Good Stabling, with Loose Box accommodation. SOUTH KND MONUMENTAL WORKS, Kstablished - 1865, HP A L M E h , « Stone Mason & Sculptor, liinces Street South, Dunedin. Mon üm« ntsand Tombstones Erected ; Stone Sinks, U indow Sills, Chimney Pieces, and Hearth Stones fixed. Estimates given. Town and Country Orders promptly attended to. T WILKIE AND C 0., COMMERCIAL AND MANUFACTURING STATIONERS, PRINTERS.EMBOSSERS, BOOKBINDERS AND ACCOUNT-BOOK MANUFACTURERS, Princes Street, Dunedin. JUST LANDED (ex s.s. Tongariro) Large Supplies Artists' Materials, Canvas, Drawing Papers, Ctayon Papers, &c, &c. Q. AND T. YOUNG, Importers, Watchmakers and Jewellers, 80 Princes street, Dunedin, Have Just Landed, ex ship Dunedin, and Suez Mail Steamer, large shipments of Gold and Silver Watches ; Gold and Silver Jewellery; English, French and American ' clocks ; Silver and Electro-plated goods, etc. selected by their Mr. George Young, from the leading manufacturers in England and the Continent. G. and T. Young, from the fact of their buying from the manufacturers direct, and for cash, and having no commissions to pay are in a position to supply the very best, quality of goods at prices considerably lower than those who purchase in the markets here. Note the address :—: — \ 80, Princes street, Dunedin ; Great North j Road , Trmaru ; ami Thames street, Oamaru. JAMES GIBSON AND CO., Vogel Street, Have made extensive preparations to meet this Winter's trade effectually. We now deliver Best Green Island Coal ... ... 16s Walton Park Coal ... ... 18s Kaitangata Nuts ... . 18s Kaitangata Coal ... ... 26s Shag Point Coal ... ... 26s Newcastle Coal ... .. 32s Bluff Gravel 5s per Bag. "T^OTICE of REMOVAL. -1-1 si J JAMISON and CO. have Re- • moved to more commodious and less expensive premises, No. jryQPRiNCES STREET SOUTH LI O where they will be enabled to proluce their hitherto well-known 9"i S TROUSERS for 17s 6d, and -J 1 £4 10s Suits for £3 15s. Established 1.^71. HARP OF ERIN HOTEL QUEENSTOWN. Mrs. M'Bridb ... Proprietress. The above commodious and comfortable Hotel offers first-class accommodation tc Tourists and others visiting the Lake scenerj
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Page 26 Advertisements Column 1, New Zealand Tablet, Volume XVIII, Issue 21, 17 September 1886
Page 26 Advertisements Column 1 New Zealand Tablet, Volume XVIII, Issue 21, 17 September 1886
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