Nothing augurs more surely the growth of a place than the increase in the number of printing offices… 1869.

[Found under: “NOTES OF THE WEEK.”]

Messrs. Black and Auld, having erected a new printing office on Merchant street, adjoining Rawson’s watch shop, have moved into the same, and are prepared for any kind of work in their line. Both the members of the firm are practical printers, and are qualified to do work as neatly as anybody in town. Nothing augurs more surely the growth of a place than the increase in the number of printing offices and of the work done in them. Let them have a share of the business.

(PCA, 10/2/1869, p. 3)

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Pacific Commercial Advertiser, Volume XIV, Number 14, Page 3. October 2, 1869.

 

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