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From Williamstown Chronicle, Saturday 7 October 1893, page 2.
MR R. TAYLOR, butcher, of Nelson-place, has shown his confidence in good times returning by doubling the size of his business place. His shop is now one of the largest in Nelson-place, and considerably improves the appearance of the Front.
Williamstown Chronicle, Saturday 8 December 1894, page 3
Messrs R. Taylor and Co, butchers, knowing that the only way to do a big trade is to advertise largely, inform the public in this issue that their cool storeage chambers are being already filled with Christmas delicacies, a full stock of which, with prime joints of all sorts, are always on hand.
Williamstown Chronicle, Saturday 22 December 1894, page 3
R. TAYLOR & CO., Begs to inform the INHABITANTS OF WILLIAMSTOWN - And Surrounding Districts That they have just completed arrangements for a Large Supply of . DAIRY-FED PORK Such as will suit the FESTIVE SEASON -INTENDING PURCHASERS-Would do well to LEAVE THEIR ORDERS FOR Fresh & Corned Pork AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE
To avoid disappointment We have a large quantity of ROAST BEEF, LAMB, PORK Always in the Air Chamber, Cool, Fresh and Clean from Flies, &c DON'T FORGET THE ADDRESS R. TAYLOR & CO., NELSON PLACE, WILLIAMSTOWN.
Submitted on 28th May 2019 at 10:39 AM
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