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FUNERAL NOTICE. JHK Friends of the late Ferdinand Fredrick Jl Mouritzan are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral, which will leave hifl Lite re»idonce, St. David street, near Castle street, on MONDAY, the 28fch inst, at 2o'clock p.m., far the place of interment at tho Northern Cemofcery. JOHN GILLIES, Undertaker, 18 George street and 11 Great King street. FUNERAL NOTICE. f»IHE Friends of Mr Andrew Sinclair are 1 respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of his late wife, Ada Elizabeth, which will leave hia residence, Durham Cottage, Clyde street, near Frederick street. TO-MORROW (Sunday), the 27th, at 3 o'clock p.m., for the Northern enie eiy. -\VYNN, Undcrtakor, St. Andrew street.

Our supplement today contains the first instalment of our specialty—the youths' column, which will, wo are sure, bo eagerly perused by our youthful constituents; a# interesting article on great historic Scotch families, correspondence, Paris fashions, and a quantity of ether matter. The Auckland Education Board have raised by LIO a year the salaries of teachers classified D 3 and E, and who iiayo been employed for more than five years. Victoria Lodge, J.C, (Invercargill), hays decided not to join the Masonic Union; their opposition being to the proposal to form district grand lodges, ft»d w nominate ing instead of electing officers. At the Oamaru Police Court this moining Edw«nj Pickett was committed for trial at the next of the Supreme Court at Timaru for voting at two different polling booths at the late dftfi?* of a member for Oamaru.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 8048, 26 October 1889

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