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ADVERTISEMENTS. NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, BOOKS, STATIONERY. JOSFPH BRAITHWAITE, Importer, comer of Arcade and High street, authorised agent for Australasian, Home News, Illustrated London News, London Punch, Graphic,. Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, Young Ladies’ Journal, London Journal, Buw Bells, Family Herald, .etc. MELBOURNE CHAMPION RACE, To be run January 1, 1879. 1,000 Members at £1 Each. Forty Prises. Messrs drake a collins’s conSULTATION on above Event is now Open. First prize £SOO Second Third „ Starters (divided) ... Non-starters (divided) 200 100 100 100 £I,OOO Drawing will take place about the middle of December. Early application for tickets necessary. Grossed cheques, with exchange added, and stamps for reply and result. DRAKE A COLLINS, Tobacconists, Princes street, Dunedin. aUNN AND ROSS Beg to draw attention to the undemoted choice selection of goods, newly arrived:— Marble and Slate Mantlepieces Minton Tiles, for hearths, various patterns Trout Fishing Tackle, consisting of— Flies, suitable for New Zealand rivets Fishing Baskets , Fishing Bods and Reels Minnows, etc., etc. American Silver-plated Goods English „ „ Sheep Shears 1 , Saddle . . V and all station requisites Oils j Fencing Wire, No. 6, 7, 8,9,10, which will be sold cheap to effect a clearance, GUNN AND ROSS, Ironmongers and Importers, PRINCES STREET, Dunedin. HOGG AND HUTTON'S ADVERTISEMENT, PORT WINE, ISsTvintage, 42 years dd. Per dozen, 110s. ■pORTWINB, 1044 Vintage, 82 yean old. JL A Bargain. Per dozen, 755, ROWN SHERBif, 10 years. Jnzt re. oelved. Rare value. Fur dozen, 765, £IOLONIAL WllteS, 80. to 85» per doaen." WmSKBY (Genuine), 48s pa HOGG A HUTTON, Octagon,

FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Friend* of Mr William Faithfull are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of his late wife, which will leave his residence, Momington, near the Momington Hotel Tomorrow (Tuesday), 10th inst., at two o’clock, for the Southern Cemetery. WALTER G. GEDDE9, Undertaker, Octagon. FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Friends of the late Mrs Jane Mackie are respectfully invited to attend her Funeral, which will leave her late residence, Clyde street, To-morrow (Tuesday), at four o’clock, for Southern Cemetery. Walter g. gbddes, Undertaker, Octagon. FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Friends of the Hon. Major Sir John L. 0. Richardson, H.E.1.0.5., are informed that his Funeral will leave the Imperial Hotel, Princes street south, on Wednesday, the 11th inst., at half-past two o’clock p.m., for the Northern Cemetery. WALTER G. GEDDES, Undertaker, Octagon, Dunedin.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Star, Issue 4921, 9 December 1878

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