GRAND REOPENING, BRAITHWAITE'S BOOK ARCADr, ON THURSDAY, 30th MAY. The and Moat Comp!et* BOOK, STATIONERY, AND FANCY GOODS WAREHOUSE In Australia. THE FINE3T SIGHT IN THE COLONIES. LIO.OOO WORTH NEW STOCK In all Departments. The PUBLIC cordially Invited to Viait the New Premises. No one asked to buy. Just Purchased—the late Mr Christie's (of South Dunedin) Stock of 2 500 PIECES OF SHEET AND BOOK MUSIC, All new and in good order. To be sacrificed at One-half and One-third the Usual Prices. THOUSANDS OF NEW SOHOOT, BOOKS Just Opened. Exercise Books and School Requisites cheaper than ever. PRICES REDUCED. Following abolition of duty on raw material. "UDSON'S COCOAS Have been carefully improved, and are now the best and most economical of all Cocoas. HUDSON'S KOLA CHOCOLATE (Eating) Banishes Hunger, Fatigue, Indigestion, and
FUNERAL NOTICE. Friends of the late Mr Wilhelm X Bringezu are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral, which will leave his late residence, Kelvin Grove, North-east Valley, baok of Tram Sheds, TO-MORROW (Wednesday), £9th inst., at 3 o'clock, for the Northern Cemetery. COLE AND SPRINGER, Undertakers, IT>2 George street.
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