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Knowa- Bargains in Cutlery, » t Spoons, and Forks at Montague's Great Slaughter Sale. ANTED Known—Bargains in Albums, Photo. Frame 3, Bags at Moiitsgue's Great Slaughter Bale. ANTED Known—Bargains in Soaps, T t Perfumery, Brushwarc at Montague's Great Slaughter Sale. ANTED Known—Bargains in Teapots, ' Tea Setß, Dinner Sets at Montague's Gicit Slaughter Sale. ANTED Known—Bargains in all Depart- ' ments at Montague's Great Slaughter ,ON'T Miss this opportunity of picking up Bargains at Montague's Great Slaughter Sale. Inspect our Immense Chow in Princes street. R JOHN P. ARMSTRONG, Dentist, may be consulted at his office, 112 Princes street (exactly opposite Cargill'u Monument). OR EVERY DESCRIPTION, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE F. A. HOOPER AND CO., OCTAGON FI7RNI3IIING WARE-

TVuBMSHED AT 5 P.M.)

FUNERAL NOTICE, |HR Friends of Mr John Gray are rcspect- . fully invited to attend the Funeral of his Into son, Andrew Gibson, which will leavo his residence, Upp:>r Russell fctrcet, for the Northern Cemetery, TO-MORROW (Saturday), the 10.h inst., at 3 p.m. HUGH GOURLEY, Undertaker, Clarke and Maelaggan streets.

FUNERAL NOTICE, r ■ <HE Friends of Mr Henry Gocdman arc _l_ respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of his late fon Sydney, which will leave his residence, Cross street, Kew, Ca*-er?ham, for the Southern Cemetery, TO-MORROW (Saturday), tho 10th insr., at 3 p.m. HUGH UOURLEY, Undertaker, Clarke and Mftclaggan streets.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7981, 9 August 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 7981, 9 August 1889

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