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The Empire veil holds its own bravely straight on into the spring season. Worn with the wide-brimmed hats that grow bigger and more gorgeous each day, this veil is the only thing possible, and is in reality a great protection against sharp breezes and whirling dust. The little mask veils died quietly ; and it is better so, for their numerous dots and sparkles were a strain on the eyes, and they were rarely becoming. Sir John Bennett Lawes has just bequeathed to the cause of agricultural science the sum of LIOO,OOO, together with fifty acres of land and the laboratory and museum at Rothamsted.

Herbert, Hayhes & go., FAMILY MOURNING, AND Black Goods Warehouse. We give special attention to the execution of Mourning Orders , and guarantee to supply the best value in Mourning Outfits at the Shortest Notice. We have the Largest AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK IN THE COLONY TO SELECT FROM. WE EMPLOY THE VEST DRESSMAKERS, THE BEST MAiVTLEMAKERS. THE BEST MILLINERS. ESTIMATES GIVEN. Patterns and Measurement Charts sent to any part of N.2. & 0 SB I THE PUBLIC TRUST OFFICE OF NEW ZEALAND. ESTABLISHED 1872. THE ATTENTION OF PERSONS ABOUT TO MAKE THEIR WILLS IS DIRECTED TO THE LARGELY-REDUCED SCALE OF CHARGES ON COLLECTION OF MONEYS, AS SHOWN IN “NEW ZEALAND GAZETTE” OF JULY 10, 1889, PAGE 790. < HEAD OFFICE * WELLINGTON. LOCAL AGENT; J. EDMUND SMITH.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Star, Issue 8030, 5 October 1889, Supplement

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