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PUBLIC NOTICES. s. &c, EXHIBITION! EXHIBITION! Anticipating a demand for all kinds of FURNITURE AND FURNISHINGS DURING EXHIBITION TIMES, wo have landed ex WAITANGI tlie LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT OF IRON AND BRASS BEDSTEADS IRON AND BRASS BEDSTEADS IRON AND BRASS BEDSfEADS EVER SHOWN TO THE PUBLIC. while our Stock of WOVE-WIRE MATIRESSES UPHOLSTERED SPRING MATTREfcISES HAIR MATTRESSES KAPOK MATTRESSES MOSGIEL AND ROSLYK WOOL MATAND OTHER BEDDING, All Manufactured on the Premises, arc pronounced the BEST that can bo produced, By same vessel we have received a choice selection of ART MUSLIN CURTAINS ART SQUARES AND RUGS ART CARPETS AND FCOOROLOTHS ART COVERINGS AND TRIMMINGS In Genoa Velvets, Tapestries, Plushes, Cotalines, Saddle Bass, etc, etc, IfiE LATEST ADD'IriOKS

EXPANSIVE STOCK OF FUMCUETSE ALL TBE LATEST DESIGNS AND NOVELTIES DINING BOOM FURNITURE DRAWING ROOM FURNITURE BEDROOM FURNirURE LIBRARY FURNITURE HALL FURNITURE KITCHEN FURNITURE. OUR FACILITIES FOR MANUFACTURING* AND IMPORTING Are such that we Guarantee OUR GOODS THE BEST, AND OUR PRICES THE CHEAPEST IN DUNEDIN. SOLE AGENTS AND MANUFACTURERS FOIt EASTHER'S PATENT DOOR FLANGE, Promounood by all AN UNQUALIFIED SUCCESS FOK THE PREVENTION OF RAIN AND SOOCTLLAR AND OHISHOLM, RATTRAY AISD MACLAGGAN STREETS, DUNEDIN.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 8051, 30 October 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 8051, 30 October 1889

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