TRICES REDUCED. Following abolition of duty on raw matt rial. 20 i er cent, be 1 , tar that any impoit.d Cocoa. Lr Philson says: " It ia thn purest that has ever come uw.lur iny observation." HUDSON'S KOLA CUOCOL&TE. Sir .I'. 15. Tlirri-ton says : ,; Chocolate made with Kola is iru times more uutiitiouj and su«t.iiuing than if uiuitu with Oocoa. . . A grtat conviii:riiCi' 'or traveller.^."
FUNERAL NOTICE. mE Funn-al of the late Mr Fdward M'Cxlftsban will leave his late residence, Edward street, St. Clair, on SATURDAY, August 3rd, at i! p.m., passing through the Octagon about 3 \> m., tor the Northern Cemete°" COLTC AND SPRINGER. Undertakers, 152 George street. FUNERAL NOTICE |HE Friends of tho late John Steven ate respectfully iuvited to attend \m Funeral, which will leavn his late residence, Wondhaugh, on SATURDAY, the 3rd instant, at :> o'clock n.m for the Northern Cemetery. A. J. WYNN, Undertaker, VH. Andrew street.
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