'Mr. W. Stemson, the well-known cabinetmaker and furnisher, of Upper Sy-monds-street, is not giving up business. A notice advertising the sale of a cabinet maker's stock, the property of a Mr. Steinson, appeared in our last evening's issue, in which the name S'teinson was wrongly printed as Stemson. Mr. Stemson is continuing business as usual at the premises in Upper Symonds-atreet. The Men's Suit Shop. A good article for the cnrpful buyer is the ready-to-wear suit. It is not a slop garment. See ours. Geo. Fowlds.— (Ad.) Easter encampment: Smith and Caughey, Ltd., are showing an enormous variety of rugs, blankets, and waterproof sheetings, suitable for camping; lowest prices. Inspection invited.—-(Ad.)
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