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ADVERTISERS DIRECTORY - Auckland + Waikato 1881

Journal by ngairedith

a DIRECTORY list of the ADVERTISERS in the Waikato Times 5 July 1881


AUCKLAND IRON WORKS
SMITH, H. H. - Durham-street, West Auckland


AUCTIONEERS
BANKS and Co. - Parawai, Thames
BUCKLAND, A. - Auckland
BUCKLAND, J. S. - Ohaupo and Hamilton
... 22 May 1886 Mr Buckland left for Sydney yesterday with eleven head of choice cattle and seven horses, inclufing Comedy, who won the Waikato Hunt Club Steeplechase. Many friends attended the Rotomahana to see Mr Buchland off. Comedy, it will be remembered, was bred at Rotorangi, and was the property of Messrs Grice. There is a general expression of regret that Mr Buckland should be lost to the community
COTTON and Co. - Cambridge
DOWDEN, J. - Exchange Auction Mart, Auckland
HUNTER and NOLAN - Auckland
HUNTER and NOLAN - Ohaupo
HILL, K. - Hamilton
KNOX, J. - Hamilton


BARRISTERS & SOLICITORS
HAY, W. M. - Hamilton
GRESHAM, Thomas - Te Awamutu
WHITAKER and SHEEHAN, Hamilton
COLEMAN, W - corner Queen and Shortland street, Auckland
JACKSON and RUSSELL - Fort-street, Auckland


BLACKSMITHS & WHEELWRIGHTS
PARKER and GOODMAN - Tamahere
PEARSON, W. and G. - Hamilton East


BOOTMAKERS
STEPHENS - 136 Queen-street, Auckland


BREWERS
CUMMING, W. - Hamilton East
DICKSON and BURNETT - Ngaruawahia


BUTCHERS
AVENELL, W. - Te Awamutu
LAIDLAW - Te Awamutu


CARRIERS & CARTERS
KELLY, W. H. - Hamilton


CHINA & GLASS WAREHOUSE
SANDES & Co. - Hamilton


COMMISSION AGENTS
CLARK, G. E. - Cambridge
COTTON and Co. - Cambridge
EDGECUMBE, J. S. - Hamilton
ROCHE, R. W. - Te Awamutu


DRAPERS
COX, N. R. - Hamilton
GARLICK and CRANWELL - City Arcade, Auckland
HATRICK, J. E. R. - Hamilton
- J. R. E. Htrick, Draper, Tailor and Clothier, Hamilton East, Hamilton West and at Mr A. Isaacs' late store, Duke-street, Cambridge - Blankets from the Kaiapoi, Roslyn and Wellington Factories. Flannels (Colonial and English) in great variety. Shirtings, Sheeting &c., ladies Macintoshes and Gents' ditto. Dress materials - Plushes, Silks, Veveteen, &c., &c., a splendid selection to choose from. Ladies'and Children's Hats in endless variety. Ladies' Riding Caps from 6d each. Ribbons, Laces, Feathers &c. Crewel Silks, Knitting and Macrame Cord, Trousers and every description of fancy goods. The finest assortment of Jerseys out of Auckland
MOSES, J. - Hamilton and Te Awamutu
RATTRAY, W. - 66 Queen-steet, Auckland
SOMERFIELD, F. J. - 134 Queen-street, Auckland


DRESSMAKERS & MILLINERS
RATTRAY, W. - Queen-street - Auckland


ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS
BOYLAN - 74 Queen-street, Auckland
SANDER, T. G. - Hamilton
SIMMS, James - Hamilton


GALVANISED IRON WORKS
PARKER, S. - Wellesley-street, Auckland


GENERAL MERCHANTS
DEY and FRENCH - Hamilton East
- Tea Dealers and General Merchants, invite all to Inspect, Compare and Try their large and well-assorted stock. Just received, Ladies', children's, Men's and Boy's Boots. Dey and French 3/- tea. 3d a pound (about 9c per pkt of 100 tea bags! in 2012), Maize, oats, Chaff, Flower and Garden Seeds, Agents for Langstroth Beehives
LAIDLAW, G. A. - Te Awamutu


GRAIN & PRODUCE MERCHANTS
HENDRY & DACRE - Queen and Custom-house streets, Auckland
HESKETH and AITKIN - 1905 Queen-street, Auckland
LAYBOURNE, Adam - Fort-street, Auckland


GROCERS & TEA DEALERS
GIBBONS, H. P. & Co. - Hobson-street, Auckland
TREWHELLAR, T. - Hamilton


HOTELS
CUNNINGHAM and KING - Governor Browne Hotel, Hobson-street, Auckland
GAUDIN, F. - Waikato Hotel, Hamilton East
GWYNNE, Richard - Hamilton Hotel, Hamilton
- Richard died in May 1883 and a long obituary was written in the Waikato Times ... the form and face of Mr Gwynne were so familiar to all who lived in or visited Hamilton, that his departure from their midst will create a void which nothing can fill up ... a native of Rosstrevor, in the County Down, he left the Old Country in the year 1849, and made a tour of North and South America ... the ship in which he took passage was unhappily wrecked at Barwon Heads, and Mr Gwynne, who was an expert swimmer, was among the number of those who reached the land ... he had long been suffering from disease of the liver, until at length dropsy supervened ... the remains of the late Mr Gwynne were interred in the Hamilton West cemetery beside those of his two sons who died shortly afyer the family's arrival in Waikato ...
LEWIS, H. - Central Hotel, Te Awamutu
MISSEN, Edwin - Te Aroha Hotel, Waihou
- three miles from the Thames Valley Goldfield, visitors will find first-class accomodation and every comfort at the above Hotel with good Stabling and secure paddocks. None but the best brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits kept in stock. Saddle horses for hire, coaches for the Waikato and the Goldfield call at the Hotel daily
O'HALLORAN - Te Aroha
PEARCE, W. H. - Commercial Hotel, Hamilton
- he had the Royal Mail Hotel in Victoria street, Auckland in 1875
RAYNES, Andus - National Hotel, Cambridge (transferred from W. Walker 1879)
ROSE, F. - Masonic Hotel, Cambridge


INSURANCE COMPANIES
New Zealand Insurance Company - Insurance Building, Auckland
Mutual, Norwich


LAND AGENTS
CLARK, G. E. - Cambridge
HILL, K. - Hamilton
ROCHE, R. W. - Te Awamutu
- 10 April 1890 Dr Pairman and Mr R. W. Roche, being about to leave the Waikato, were entertained at dinner at Mr Lewis' Hotel on Thursday, the 3rd inst., all the surrounding districts being well presented (but no women invited) ... Mr Roche had been residing in Te Awamutu for over twenty years. He had been many years on the staff of the 'Waikato Times'. Polite and courteous to all with whom he came in contact, he was a favourite with all, especially the ladies ...
SEARANCKE, W. N. - Hamilton ([url=http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/biographies/2s10/1)William Nicholas[/url]


MANURES & BONEDUST
CLARK, G. E. - Cambridge
CUMMING, W. - Hamilton East
- Do not leave your bones lying loosely about, send them to the Waikato Bone Mill and turn them into money. Bones purchased in any quantity
HAMMOND and BRYAN - 1 Fort-street, Auckland
HURST, W. J. and Co. - 101 Queen-street, Auckland and Ohaupo
- Bonedust, Boneflour, Superphosphate of Lime, Superphosphate and Blloid mixture, Clover and Grass seeds, Agricultural Implements of every description


MILLERS
HALLY Bros. - Cambridge (flour mill)
LAMB, R. - Ngaruawahia
- in 1882 Hally & Lamb offered to merge their mill properties in the Waikato Farmers'Co-operative Association
- in 1885 they dissolved the partnership
- Hally Bros, Brewery at Cambridge was leased to E. Cussen in 1886


NURSERYMEN
SHARP, J. - Cambridge


SEED MERCHANTS
CLARK, G. E. - Cambridge
FOREST, F. - Piako
HILL, K. - Hamilton
HURST, W. J. and CO, - 101 Queen-street, Auckland
KEELY, J. - Cambridge West
LABOURNE, A. - Fort-street, Auckland
PALMER, W. J. - Carleton-road, Auckland


TIMBER MERCHANTS
BERRY, GARDENER and NEIL - Orakau and Kihikihi (Sawmills opened c1880)
COULTHARD Brothers, Steam Saw-Mills - Ohaupo
LAVERY and WHITEHOUSE - Te Aroha
- Ironmongers, Builders, Timber Merchants, all kinds of buildings designed and erected. Licensed dealers in Arms and Ammunition, Blasting Powder and Fuse. Dynamite and Caps. Saddlery, Hollowware, Plated Goods, Glassware, Paints, Stockholm Tar, Oils, Coal Tar, Stoves, Cutlery, China, Stationery
THORNTON, SMITH and FIRTH - Auckland


TAILORS & OUTFITTERS
JAGGS, William - Cambridge
- he opened his store on Xmas Eve 1879 bext door to Hammond's Chemist. He also carried on the his store in Ngaruawahia which he had had for 2 years
MARTIN, James - Hamilton (Private with the 3rd Waikato regiment)
NEW ZEALAND CLOTHING FACTORY - Auckland
RATTRAY, W. - Queen-street - Auckland


WHOLESALE TINSMITH
WAITE, H. - Fort-street and Eden-terrace, Auckland



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