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GRAND REOPENING, RAITHWAITE'S BOOK AROADF, THUR3DAT, 30th MAY. The Latgeat and Most Complete BOOK, STATION KRY, AND FA'Jf'Y GOODS WAREHOUSE In Australasia. THE FINE3T SIGHT IN THE COLONIES. LIO.OOO WORTH NEW STOCK In all Departments. The PUBLIC cordially Invited to Visit the New Premises. No one asked to buy. Just Purchased—the Jate Mr Christie's (of South Dunedin) Stock of 2.H00 PIECES OF SHEET ANP BOOK MUSIC, All new and in good order. To be sacrificed at One-half and One-third the Usual Pricea. THOUSANDS OF NEW SCHOOL BOOKS Just Opened. Exercise Books and School Requisites oheaper than ever. OSEPH GILLOT T'S STEEL PENS. GOLD MEDAL, Paris, 1878. The Best in the World. GRAND tXH IBITION ' OP NEW ZEALAND WOOLLEN MANUFACTURES. NOW BEING HELD. INSPECTION INVITED. D.1.C., HIGH AND RATTRAY STREETS DUNKDIN. P. LAING, Manager B. HiLLENSTEIN, Chairman of Directors. Visitors will also have an opportunity of seeing that useful and truly wondorful invention THE CASH RAILWAY in full operatior. PORTRAITS AT POPULAR PRICES. IHREE CABINETS FOB FIVE SHILLINGS. Ten shillings a Dozon; Cards, five shillings, BURTON BROTHERS, The Green and Gold Corner Verandah, Number FORTY-ONE, Princes street. OR EVERY DESCRIPTION HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE F. A. HOOPER AND CO., OCTAGON FURNISHING WARE-

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7919, 29 May 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 7919, 29 May 1889

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