McAlpine’s York and Carleton Counties Directory for 1884-85 Page 6

Page 6 of the McAlpine's York and Carleton Counties Directory for 1884-85

Page 6 of the McAlpine's York and Carleton Counties Directory for 1884-85

Transcription:

ADVERTISEMENTS.

BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA.
Incorporated by Royal Charter
PAID-UP CAPITAL, – – £1,000,000 Stg.
London Office – 3 Clements Lane, Lombard Street, E. C.; Secretary, A. G. WALLIS.
Head Office in Canada – St. James St., Montreal; R. R. GRINDLEY, Gen. Manager.
Branches and Agencies in Canada – Brantford, Kingston, Paris, London, Quebec, Fredericton, Montreal, St. John, Halifax, Hamilton, Ottawa, Toronto, Victoria, B. C.
Agents in the United States – New York, D. A. McTavish and H. Stikeman, Agents;
Chicago, H. M. Breedon, Agent; SanFrancisco, W. Lawson and C. E. Taylor, Agents.
Bankers in Great Britain – London, Bank of England, Messrs. Glyn, Mills & Co.: Liverpool, Bank of Liverpool.
R. NAPIER, Agent,
Fredericton.

THE PEOPLE’S BANK
OF NEW BRUNSWICK,
Fredericton, N. B.
Incorporated by Act of Parliament, 1864.
A. F. RANDOLPH, President.
J. W. SPURDEN, Cashier.
FOREIGN AGENTS:
London – Union Bank of London.
New York – Fourth National Bank.
Boston – Eliot National Bank.
Montreal – Union Bank of Lower Canada

D. LENIHAN,
Retail Dealer in
TEA, SUGAR, MOLASSES, PORK,
DRY & PICKLED FISH,
HAMS AND PORK A SPECIALTY.
KING ST. – – FREDERICTON.

WEST END SAW MILL & LUMBER YARD,
FREDERICTON, N. B.
Always on hand – Spruce, Pine and Hemlock Lumber of all sizes and descriptions; also Shingles, Lath, &c.
I keep constantly on hand Spruce and Hemlock LOGS, which I am prepared to saw to order for building purposes.
RICHARD A. ESTEY.

[McAlpine’s York and Carleton Counties Directory for 1884-85 Page 13 – Index]

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