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The Cyclopedia of New Zealand [Auckland Provincial District]

Wallis And Caley

Wallis And Caley (Robert Marten Wallis and Thomas Lace Caley), Saddlers and Harness Makers, 156 Queen Street, Auckland. Bankers, Bank of New Zealand. Telephone, 690. Private residences, Mr. Wallis, Mount Eden Road; Mr. Caley, Mount Eden Road. This business, which was founded in 1889, is conducted in a handsome two-storey brick building
Hanna, photo.Mr. Wallis. Mr. Caley.

Hanna, photo.
Mr. Wallis. Mr. Caley.

page 386 a large and growing trade is done in goods made by the firm. Previous to going into business both partners had a wide experience in all branches of the trade, and consequently they conduct their business in the way best suited to meet the varying demands of the general public. In the workroom a large number of hands are employed and up-to-date appliances are used. The firm's bag and portmanteau department has developed into considerable proportions, and every description of bag is made. In the collar department work of a superior order is manufactured, and collars in patent and plain leather are made after any pattern. Saddlery and harness of all kinds are repaired, and also portmanteaux, Gladstone bags, handbags, etc. A good stock of cycling sundries is kept, including cycling gaiters, touring and tool bags. Tennis racquets are repaired and restrung with the best English gut.