Moriarty, William, Boot Manufacturer, Draper, Clothier, Grocer, Ironmonger, Wine and Spirit Merchant, etc., High Street, Carterton. Telegraphic address, “Moriarty, Carterton.” P.O. Box 14. Bankers, Bank of New Zealand. Mr. Moriarty was born in the “Auld Counthry,” and came to New Zealand in 1887, via San Francisco, after learning his business with Mr. Daniel Ward, of Callowhill Street, Philadelphia, U.S.A. On arrival in Wellington, Mr. Moriarty went into business in the boot line, and was well known in the Empire City in that capacity for some five years. He then, in 1882, removed to Carterton, and began there in a very small way as compared to the present extensive establishment. His premises are partly of two stories, having a frontage of sixty-four feet to the main street, with an additional store and factory at the back. Mr. Moriarty is a direct importer, and does a large trade in Carterton and surrounding districts.
Armstrong, Ralph Robert, Saddler and Harness Maker, High Street, Carterton. Established 1872 by present proprietor.
Catt, Henry, Saddler, High Street. Carterton.
Krahagan, A. H., Boot and Shoemaker. High Street, Carterton. Bankers, Bank of New Zealand. Established 1883, and conducted by the present proprietor since 1892.
Pepper, Joseph S., Bootmaker, High Street, Carteron. Established 1893.
Smith, Henry Farr, Bootmaker, High Street, Carterton. Established 1890.
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