PUBLIC NOTICE. THE ‘EVENING STAR' RUNNERS’ SOCIETY Deliver Bills, Circulars, Plans, oto., from house to bouse, in any district In Dunedin and Suburbs, from Is 6d per ICO. For Information, etc,, apply to publisher, office of this paper. TONDON L '^ Al} AND DISC |OUNT SOCIETY, S Masse Street. LOANS from LlO to LIO,OOO, repayable to tuft convenience of Borrowers. Trade Bills discounted. Money advanced to persons entitled to taonOy in England «r elsewhere. HENRY BENJAMIN, Manager^ First shipment of hats For the early SPRING SEASON, Gentlemen are invited to inspect the latest SHAPES AND COLORS, AT TAYLOR’S, RATTRAY STREET. ®ie New Shades for the approaching Season include Nut Brown, Oata Beaver Brown, Cigar and Ctooolate Brown. Shapes and Prices to Suit all Buyers at TAVLOR'S, Rattray street. JOSEPH GILIiOTT’S STEEL PENS. GOLD MEDAL, Pat's, 1878. The Best in the World. JEON BEDSTEADS. A Large Shipment of the Goods Just Arrived, Air. Sizes and Prices. BEDDING of Every Description, to suit. F. A. HOOPER AND CO., OCTAGON,
FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Friends of Mrs 0. Sutherland are invited to attend the Funeral of her late sou William, which will leave her residence, York place, near Rattray street, for the Southern Cemetery, TO-MORROW (Thursday), the 3rd inat,, at 2.30 p.m. HUGH GOUKLEY, Undertaker, Clarke and Maolaggan streets. FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Fiienls of the late Mrs Annie Shackleford are invited to attend her Funeral, which will leave her late residence, Moray place, 'for the Northern Cemetery. TOMORROW (Thursday), the 3rd inao., at 3 p in. HUGH UOURLEV, Undertaker, Clarke and Maolaggan streets. FUNERAL NOTICE, f ipHE Friends of Mr Frederick Davidson arc respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of his late son, Victor Garnet Walton, which will move trora his residence, Catherine street, Eglinton, TO-MORROW (Thursday), 3rd inst., at 3 o’clock p.m., for the place of interment at the Southern Cemetery. JOHN GILLIES, Undertaker, 18 George street and 11 Great King street. FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Friends of Captain Finning are respectfully invited to attend the Funeial of bis late son, D’Arcy, which will leave his residence, Magnetic sweet, Pore Chalmers. TO-MORROW (Thursday), the 3rd inst., at 1.30 p.m., for the place of interment in the New Cemetery.
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