NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. JUDGING from the immense crowd that visited out Establishment on Saturday our efforts to sati-.fy the Public are being appreciated. DON’T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY OF PICKING UP CHEAP BARGAINS. GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE AT MONTAGUE’S, Princes strceit. PORTRAITS AT POPULAR PRICES. rjIHRBE CABINETS FOB FIVE SHILLINGS. | Ten shillings a Dozen ; Cards, five shillings, BURTON BROTHERS, The Green and Gold Corner Verandah, Number FORTY-ONE, Princes street. JgRAITH WAITE’S BOOK ARCADE. LARGE VARIETY FANS JUST OPENED 2s Gd each. P.IG SHIPMENT OF BIRTHDAY AND MARRIAGE PRESENTS. EVERYTHING ALWAYS CHEAP. The Prop-ietor Buys direct from the Publishers and Manufacturers for Cash, and gives his Customers the benefit of all Home Discounts. Before Purchasing Elsewhere Compare Prices. Everybody Invited to Vis’t tire various Departments. BARGAINS ALWAYS TO BE HAD. ASK THE ATTENDANTS FOR WHAT YOU WANT, OR YOU CaNNOT GET SERVED. NO ONE ASKED TO BUY. T II E D.I.C. ANNUAL STOCK-TAKING BARGAIN TABLES HAVE NOW COMMENCED. Ad Reduced Goods areliid out on Special Tables, and marked in plain Red Figures. D.I.C. P. B. HALLENSTEIN, Chairman of Directors. LAING, Manager, jpOR THE WINTER SEASON Gentlemen’s Winter Umh rclothing Gentlemen’s Winter Shirts Gentlemen’s Winter Cloves Gentlemen’s Winter Scarfs Gentlemen’s Winter Socks Hats and Caps (all the newest shapes and colors for the season), At Lowest Cash Pihcks. Now Open at TAYLOR'S, RATTRAY STREET. [Established 1809 ] F OR E.VEkV DESCRIPTION Of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE VISIT F. A. HOOPER AND CO., OCTAGON FURNISHING! WAREHOUSE-
FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Funeral pi the late Mr Edward M'Glaehan will leave hia late residence, Edward street, St. Clair, TO-MORROW (-‘atuidiy). August 3rd, at 'i p.m., passing through the Octagon about 3 p m., for the Northern Cemeteiy. Frieids are respectful'}' invited, COLE AND SPRINGER,. Undertakers, 152 George street. FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Friends of the late John Steven aie respectfully invited to attend h : s Funeral, which will leave his late reshknee, Wondhangh, TO-MORROW (Saturday), the 3rd instant, at 3 o’clock p.m , for the Northern Cemetery. A. J, WYNN, Undertaker, ht. Andrew street.
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Star, Issue 7975, 2 August 1889