|JSE pEACOC K'S CELEBRATED JAMS THE BEST IN TH H MARKET. FROM CHOICEST FRUITS. !► Jilnp # Xex"^ 01^ • [«% A Y^T M #\ HZ. INDUSTRIAL GAZETTE. Ef AAT lllAllfl M #1\ Ta "The blending is entirely »ttendtd to I ■r'^l *m*W*rY*^U Sft \ m 1)V Mr Nelson himself, who is a \M \m §B 1* llt UkbjMf /a \ Taster of great experience, and has *^ w *■ t Sfie \ wa. lllu * a B l iccia^ traininsr in the art." V IKITU F B /^ilfcvA TIMAIW HEKALD. m Irl Irl Cm U 'T J HnREi-®SSir w l " h ' s flrm deterre* the iupE£f — B Uws23B223w»»^ V ort of *H purchaser! of Tea, •v^^^ ■■_ * B li^ET^i^. as th ? article the y ° fler >■ ir fVf^ » %j mm Jf Jjfff m T vsm >\A \ IA superior to anything we have W^ /pT^~£7°^J^\ yet teen in this Colony." i,r\ B S T*Ta JlJLErl^ \ lk " Ml> - Neteou «■ * P r °- O^HOUGH^ /$ jjfsEßjt a\ \ P R I CES C B°Y P ALL /IP f^^S \ \ V"' 2 / 4 ' AUCKLAND,WELL!NGTOM,BHRISTCHURCH,DUNEDIN, AC.ENTS KVK S^YVi/HERE
SOUTHERN CROSS HOTEL, ADDINGTON. THIS FAMILY HOTEL, replete with every convenience for Travel lei a and Boarders, is situated on the important Addington Junction, in close proximity to the Canterbury Sale Yards, Canterbury Agricultural Society's new Show Grounds, and Government Workshops. Good Stabling, including loose boxes and yards. Trams pass every half-hour. P. BURKE. HE SOUTH BRITISH INSURANCE COMPANY Effects Insurances on very description of Property at LOWEST CURRENT RATES Claimß Promptly Settled. Office : Liverpool Stbeet, Dunedin. ! A TRULY WONDERFUL WATCH. THE WATERBURY. The Correct Time for 15s 6d. THE " WATERBURY" is in every respect essentially the Watch for the mechanic, the clerk, the miner, the bushman, the working man, in a word the watch for the people, and is within the reach of all. Descriptively, the "WATERBURY" is similar in appearance and size te the "Waltham, has a white dial, bevelled crystal glass, and is ", keyless, or a stem-winder — no fear of losing the key or leaving it in some other pocket. Send P.O. Order to A. AND T. INGLIS, Sole Agents for New Zealand.
WANTED KNOWN. THOMAS GORMAN (for the last eight years with Messrs. Ogilvie and Byers) has taken the premises formerly occupied by Messrs. Parsons and Henderson, MAIN NORTH ROAD, TIMARU, where he intends carrying on business on his own account, as HORSBSHOER and GENERAL BLACKSMITH, and hopes by strict attention to business and good workmanship, to merit a share of public patronage. AREETT'S HO T E IL, High & Manchester Streets, CHRISTCHURCH. This New and commodious Hotel occupies a most central position in the best business part of the City, and is in close proximity to the Post Office, Railway Station, etc. The Rooms being lofty, well-ventilated, and superbly furnished, it offers unrivalled accommodation to Families, Tourists and Travellers. Those visiting Christchurch will find it to their advantage to inquiie for the above Hotel. JOHN BA.RRETT. Proprietor. JAMES JONES, MONUMENTAL WORKS, High Street, Timaeu. Monuments, Headstones, Tombs, Fountains, Vases, and all kinds of Ornamental Stonework. J, J. being a Direct Importer of Marble and Granite Monuments, etc., from the ©heft pest Home Markets, is able to sell at the, lowest rates. All kinds of Native Stone?, — a large Btock always on hand. WOOD AND IRON FENCES. Designs, with Prices, on Application.
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