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Greymouth Business Advertisers in the Jubilee Souvenir
1868 - 1928
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Ring & Inkster , Kodak Cameras Dealers
D. Douglas, Grocer & Provision Merchant Mackay St & Marsden Rd.
Ivan J. Bennington, Confectioners
Victoria Park Sweet Shop, Arthur Hill Proprietor
E.I. Lord, Publicity & Advertising Agent
Riordan's Bread & Small Goods
Thos. Brown, Grocer, Mawhera Quay
Murray's West Coast Fashion Depot, Mackay St
F. Hayes, House Furnisher
George Kear, Tailor
Ashby Bergh & Co., Ltd., Iron Mongers, Mawhera Quay
Auctioneer, H. Marshall
The AARD Taxi Service Drivers, R. Hill, L. Owens, J. Perrin
The Jeanette, Millinery, Tainui St.
Gilbert Bros.Jewellers, Tainui St
T.Crankshaw, Tailor, Mackay St
T. McSherry, Saddler, Tainui St
Agent Olo Soap, J. W. Greenslade
J. D. Wingham Wholesale Merchant, Mackay St
Tymons & Co Drapery
Preston & Son Fishmongers
Smithfield Butchery, F. Cooper, Proprietor
Gage & Son Tea & Supper Rooms Mackay St
Millers , Greymouth, Reefton, Christchurch, Westport, Hokitika
The Federal Billiard Saloon,Phillip Stewart, Proprietor
Harley & Co., Ltd House Furnishers and Auctioneers Richmond Quay
Seymouse Fruit Shop, Mackay St.
Mesdames Fairhall & Campbell Florists, Mackay St
J Steel, Golden Eagle Hotel, Boundary St.
Imperial Hotel Proprietress, E.M. Phillips (late of Wellington) Richmond Quay
Park Hotel, Mrs Russell, Proprietress
Revington's Hotel,J.J. Dore, Proprietor
The Gilmer Hotel, Simon Crase Proprietor
Royal Hotel, F. Williams, Proprietor
Time Line for Grey District from the Jubilee Publication 1868-1928
Brunner & Heaphy reach the Mawhera Pa, Greymouth
Brunner returns to Westland and explores Buller River from the sea coast to its source
Oakes Bros reach West Coast in the schooner 'Emerald Isle' the first schooner to cross the Grey Bar
James Mackay travels via coastal route from Nelson to Grey and negotiates with Maoris for purchase of their lands.
Barbara Andrew 2002-2005