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PUBLIC NOTICES. g MITE AND SMITH, OCTAGON. PAPERHANGINGS to suit all titles; the Latest and most Fashionable Designs, from the beat manufacturers. SMITH AND SMITH, Octagon. PAPERHANGINGS,—IOO,OOO Pieces to choose from, 6d per piece and upwards, SMITH AND SMITH, Octagon PAPERHANGINGS,—A very large stock Sanitary (washable goods), which everlasting wear. SMITH AND SMITH, Octagon FLOCK PAPERS (vaiious colors) for Church Decorations and other purposes, SMITH AND SMITH, Octagon. MIRRORS (all for Drawingrooms, Bedrooms, Saloons, Shops, etc., etc. ; artistically framed, at low cost. SMITH AND SMITH, Octagon. GENUINE WHITE LEAD, Lins'ed Oils, Turpentin •, Varnish, Canvas, Tacks, Tape, etc, etc. SMITH AND SMITH, Octagon. GLASS SHADES (all sizes)-Roun 1, Square, and Oval (white glass), with Ebonised Stands, complete, SMITH AND SMITH, Octagon. CENTRE FLOWPPS (Papier Ma.-be) for Ventilating Ceilings; HO patterns to choose from. SMITH AND SMITH, Octagon. PICTURE MOULDINGS -A Laige Variety from Is per length. SMITH AND SMITH, Octagon. ARTISTS’ OIL COLORS.—Single Tubes, 3d; Double Tubes, Cd; and all kinds of Artists’ Materials equally cheap, SMITH AND SMITH, Octagon. D.I.C. FOR THE LARGEST STOCK AND LATEST NOVELTIES VISIT THE OOMPANV’S WAREHOUSE, HIGH AND RATTRAV STREETS. P. LAING, Man ger, B, HALLBNSTEIN, Chairman of Directors. ST. GEORGE JAM,—lies in the market. All Grocers.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7924, 4 June 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 7924, 4 June 1889

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