PORTRAITS AT POPULAR PRICKS. fJIHRBE CABINETS JOB FIVE SHILLINGS. Tea shillings a Dozen; Cards, five shillings, BURTON BROTHERS. The Green and Gold Corner Verandah, Number FORTY-ONE, Princes street.
LAST THRfci; DAYS OF TUB D.I.C. GREAT WINTER BARGAIN TABLES. HIGH AND RATTRAY STREETS. J OSEPU OILLOTT’S STEEL PENS. GOLD MEDAL, Paui3, 1878. The Best in the World. JjlOR EVERY DESCRIPTION or HODSEHOLD f xr r n i T u r;e VISIT F. A. HOOPER AND CO. OCTAGON FURNISHING WAREHOUSE.
FUNERAL NOTICE. TBK Fn'cmla cf Mr John BucLln’.s if r.apectfully invited to attend the Funeral of liia late Wife, which will leave hia resiJcuce, Mount Cargill (neat Schoollu.use), TOMORROW (Saturday), the 17th_inst, at 1 o’cloc't p.m , passing the tram terminus, ‘‘Norraanby,” N.E.V., at 2 p.m., for the place of interment in the Northern Cemetery. CHARLES J. THORN, Undertaker, David and Marion streets. Caversham.
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