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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 68

Canterbury Court—(Continued.)

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Canterbury Court—(Continued.)

31. W Stocks, Christchurch—Mount Somers' Stone, in Block and Turned.

32. W. Cuddon, Fendalton—Pale Malt Crystalised Amber and Porter Malt Pearl Barley.

33. Wigram Bros., Christchurch—Pale Amber and Patent Malt.

34. James Rowe, Christchurch—Photographs and Oil Paintings of Pigs.

35. New Zealand Pickle and Preserving Company, Limited, Christchurch—Pickles, Sauces, Bottled Fruits, and Ketchup.

36. F.J. Edmonds, Christchurch—Baking, Egg and Custard Powders.

37. Mrs. J. A. Young, Winchester—Tomato Sauce.

38. Jonathan All press, Timaru—Tomato Sauce and Chutney. These Sauces are guaranteed by the Manufacturer, and certified by Professor Bickerton to be absolutely pure and of fine flavour. Testimonials from Medical and many prominent gentlemen, Hotelkeepers, &c., supplied by Manufacturer, or Mr. Meadows at the Canterbury Court.

39. W. B. Common & Co., Christchurch—Clovers, Permanent Pasture Grass and other Seeds.

40. John Drapper, Christchurch—Paper Bags and Envelopes.

41. S. Manning & Co., Limited, Christchurch—Barley and Malt.

42. W. H. Price, Brass Founder and Pump Maker, Sydenham, Christchurch—Eclipse Patent Double Action Pumps, suitable for all purposes, including prevention of fire, domestic purposes, &c., &c. Full particulars with reference to these pumps may be obtained from Mr. F. N. Meadows in the Canterbury Court. Send for Illustrated Price List from Exhibitors.

43. Brick, Tile, Terra Cotta, Fire Clay, and Pottery Works, Glentunnel—'Tiles, Terra Cotta, Fire Clay Goods, Ornamental and Plain Bricks, Hoofing Tiles, Vases, Rustic-ware, General Pottery-ware.

44. W. Stokes, Christchurch—Patent Cup-shaped Lead Headed Nails.

45. G. Hedges & Son, Timaru—Russeltonia Osier, for basket making

46. Map of Godley Valley and Glaciers—kindly lent by J. H. Baker Esq., Government Land Survey Department, Christchurch.

47. Wm. McWilliam, Christchurch—Fishing Tackle.

48. Photograph—Result of a day's fishing in Canterbury—Angling competition, December 17th, 1888.

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49. Photograph—Basket of Trout caught in the Lower Selwyn—kindly lent by W. H. Spackman, Esq.. Christchurch.

50. Two Oil Paintings of Stallions—lent by the A. & P. Association, Christchurch.

51. Wool in Fleece—Grown by Mr. Mathias; forwarded by The New Zealand Loan & Mercantile Agency Co., Limited, Christchurch.