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PORTRAITS AT POPULAR PRICES. T hree cabinets FOR FIVE SHILLINGS. Ten shillings a Dozen; Cards, five shillings. BURTON BROTHERS, The Green and Gold Corner Verandah, Number FORTY-ONE, Princes street. EX STEAMER AORANGI. J TAYLOR has received his Winter Ship • ment of CRIMEAN SHIRTS. These Shirts have been made to order from Patterns Specially Selected, and can be had either with Collars attached, or with Unahrinkablo Neckbands, for wearing with white collars. AH sizes in stock from 14in up. Note the Address: TAYLOR’S, Rattray street. [Established 1809] D.LC. THE COMPANY Have now opened their Second Shipment of LADIES’ SILK UMBRELLAS, With EXTRA LONG ALPINE HANDLES. FURS. CAPES, MODENAS, and MUFFS in Skunk, Beaver, Otter, Bear, Lynx, Silver Fox, Musquash, Seal, Squirrel, Gold Mouflon, Opossum, Snow Russian; RBAL SEALSKIN JACKETS; Also, all the leading shapes in Jackets and Mantles. SPECIAL SHOW TO-MORROW And following days. D.1.C., HIGH AND RATTRAY STREETS. P. LAING, Manager. B, HALLENSTEIN, Chairman of Directors. THIRD EDITION. fPOBLISHED AT 5 P.M.J FUNERAL NOTICE THE Friends of the late George Davidson are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral, which will move from his late residence, Main street, Maori Hill, TO-MORROW (Thursday), the 16th inst., at 2.30 o’clock p.m. (proceeding by Cosy Del), and crossing George street about 3 p.m.), for the place of interment at the Northern Cemetery. JOHN GILLIES, Undertaker, 18 George street and 11 Great King street.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7907, 15 May 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 7907, 15 May 1889

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