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agents for 'THE PRESS' 1882

Journal by ngairedith

taken from PRESS 23 November 1882

THE "PRESS"
THE "WEEKLY PRESS"
THE "ILLUSTRATED PRESS"
can be obtained through the following agents who will also receive and forward orders for Advertisements or Printing:-

AMBERLEY
Messrs J. WHITE and Co

AMURI
Mr D. COAKLEY

ASHBURTON
Mr E. J. PAUL, Burnett street (opposite Somerset Hotel)
Mr F. CLARK
Mr H. M. JONES
Mr HAY, Railway Bookstall
Mr BEVAN
Mr CARSTONS
ANDREWS Bros

ASHLEY
Mr W. WILSON

ASHTON
Mr W. H. WAKE (in 1866 was Hon Secretary of Kaiapoi General Cemetery)

AKAROA
Mr H. BILLENS
Mr J. DALY

BALCAIRN
Mr REID

BARR HILL
Mr T. MUTTER

BARRY'S BAY
Mr E. S. LATTER

BLENHEIM
Mr Richard Doidge NOSWORTHY (1832-1920) (grocers & provision dealers)
Mr H. ELBECK
Mr DOBSON

BROOKSIDE
Mr J. BALDWIN

CHRISTCHURCH
RAILWAY BOOKSTALL
Mr LAKE, High Street
Mr SCHLESINGER, High Street
H. J. WOODS and Co., High Street
Mrs BRADWELL, Colombo street
Mrs POPE
Mrs ATKINSON, Whately road
Mr A. WHITE, Whately road
Mr R. BINSTEAD, Cashel street
Mr W. SUCKLING, Colombo street
Mr SHANNON, Colombo street
Mr SMITHSON, Manchester street
Messrs McKAY Brothers, Manchester street
Mr FRANCIS, Manchester street

CARLETON
Mr A. BENNETT

COALGATE
Mr John Richard Bickerton DIGBY (1827-1888)

COURTENAY
Mr WHITE

CUST
Mr W. E. LEACH

CHERTSEY
Mr J. PATTERSON

DARFIELD
Mr H. MARSON

DUNSANDEL
J. HENRY

DOYLESTON
Mr BLANK
Mr DOYLE

DUVAUCHELLE'S BAY
Mr SHADBOLT

DUNEDIN
Mr R. T. WHEELER, Stafford street

EALING
Mr W. BOWLES

EYRETON
Mr MAY

FLAXTON
Mr J. KING

FERNSIDE
Mr MAYNE

FAIRLIE CREEK
Mr W. CLOSE

GERALDINE
Messrs MORRISON and DUNLOP

GLENTUNNEL
Mrs TROUP

GREENDALE
Mr H. THOMPSON
Mr H. MARSON

GERMAN BAY
Mr J. PRINCE

GOVERNOR'S BAY
Mr M. MILBURN

HALSWELL
Mr McDONALD

HALKETT
Mr CHEYNE

HURUNUI
...

HORORATA
Mr John Richard Bickerton DIGBY (1827-1888)

IRWELL
Mr J. LAWRENCE

KAIAPOI
Mr J. LOWTHIAN WILSON
Messrs J. C. ROLL and SON

KAIAPOI ISLAND
Mr J. H. HENWOOD
Mr G. H. BLACKWELL

KAOKOURA
Mr J. DAVIDSON

KILLINCHY
Mr H. J. UNWIN

KIMBERLEY
Mr J. MARSON

KOWAI PASS
Mr H. WILLIAMSON

LEITHFIELD
Messrs HARRIL and Co

LINCOLN
Mr REVELL
Mr COX

LITTLE RIVER
Mr J. REYNOLDS

LAKESIDE
Mr W. H. GORTON

LEESTON
...

LYTTELTON
Mr C. LEYS
Mr L, DAVIS
Mrs ROBERTS
Mr T. MacDONALD
Mr G. AYERS
Mr J. COLLINS

Le BONS'S BAY
Mr T. OLDRIDGE
Mr W. BARNETT

LITTLE AKALOA
Mr T. PAWSON

LOBURN
Mr PEAT

LONDON
Messrs GORDON and GOTCH, 37 Bride street
Mr G. STREET, 30 Cornhill
Messrs BATES, HENDY and Co
JEWRY, E.C.

MANDEVILLE PLAINS and SWANNANOA
Mr THOMPSON

METHVEN
Messrs MORGAN and HIBBS

MOERAKI DOWNS
Mr LEACH

MOUNT SOMER
Mr HOOD

MELBOURNE
Messrs GORDON and GOTCH

MALVERN
Mr G. KEYS

ORARI
Mr BROSNAHAN

OXFORD EAST
Mr F. A. WATERMAN

OXFORD WEST
Mr G. A. WHITE

OXFORD
Mr A. COCKBURN, Terrace

OKAIN'S BAY
Mr WARE

OHOKA
Mr W. TAYLOR

PAPANUI
Mr FORD

PEEL FOREST
Mr F. NEWMAN

PICTON
Mr F. HILLMER

PIGEON BAY
Mr SMITH

PORT LEVY
Mr KELLEY

PLEASANT POINT
Mr MORRIS

PREBBLETON
Mr F. W. EAST
Mr H. B. HOWELL
Mr HAZELHURST

RANGITATA ISLAND & RANGITATA SOUTH
Mr LITTLECOT

RANGIORA
Mr GOOD

RAKAIA
Mr COX

ROLLESTON
Mr T. W. SMYTHE

RICCARTON
Mr J. E. HANSON

ROBINSON'S BAY
Mr GUNDY

RUSSELL'S FLAT
Mr Richard Potts POLE (1844-1913)

SALTWATER CREEK
Messrs D. & D. CAMERON

SELWYN
Mr J. WEST

SPRINGSTON
Messrs HOWARD and DARTNELL

SOUTHBRIDGE
Mr L. V. DESBOROUGH

SUMNER
Mr J. TOLAN

SEFTON
Messrs VAUGHAN and CORDNER

SHEFFIELD
Mr J. HEIGHWAY

SOUTHBROOK
Mr GRIMWOOD

SYDNEY
Messrs GORDON and GOTCH

TAI TAPU
Mr FORBES

TEMPLETON
Mr KISSELL

TEMUKA
Mr G. DAVEY

TIMARU
Mr P. W. HUTTON
Mr KEYGATE
Mr BOWMAN

TINWALD
...

WADDINGTON
Mr J. PITCHER

WINCHESTER
Mr G. TAYLOR

WINSLOW
Mrs PYE

WOODEND
Mr DANIELS
Mr John WINSLOW

WAIKARI
Messrs VAUGHAN and CORDNER

WOOLSTON
Mr J. H. HOPKINS

WAIAU
Dr D. COAKLEY

WEST MELTON
Mr MURRAY

WHITECLIFFS and SOUTH MALVERN
Mr GRINDROD

WAIMATE
Mr F. GASCOYNE


PHOTO
THE PRESS OFFICE
c.1900
was taken from that link
... The Press , like most colonial newspapers, began in a modest way, and was started to oppose what was considered a growing spirit of extravagance in the administration of the province ...

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