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Human hair store. Tails of Hair, 4s 6d to 40s. Ladies’ Cuttiugs and Combings worked up, 3s 6d to 6s fed. Wigs, Fringes, Frames, ete , etc., always in Stock at London prices. Ladies’ Hair Cut and Singed, Is. f.T. M ‘QUEEN, 52 and 54 George street. N.B. —The oldest established Business In Dunedin. HIGH AUTHORITY ON WAI - KONGO A MINERAL WATER. Bottled only at Springs, Wal-Rongoa. The‘New Zealand Medical Journal’ says;— '* In regard to the Water itself, as a table beverage it can he confidently recommended. Beautil'ally cool, clear, and effervescing, the taste clean, with just sufficient chalybeate aatringency to remind one that there are healing virtues as well as simple refreshment in the liquid, this Mineral Water ought soon to become popular amongst all who can afford the very slight cost eitailed.” Wo supply the Dunedin and Wellington Hospitals. the Union Company’s entire fleet, and Bellamy’s with our Pure Mineral Water. Specially-made Soda Water for Invalid?. For Permit to visit Springs apply Dunedin Office. THOMSON AND CO, Office : Dunedin, PRINTING, MOUNTING. PHOTOGRAPHIC GOODS. Fresh Stock P.O.P. in all-sized Packets. CAMERAS, PLATES, PAPERS. N Z. CAMERA CO.,- OCTAGON, DUNEDIN. SPRING AND SUMMER EXHIBITION. D.LC. THE COMPANY Will Hold THEIR GRAND OPENING SHOW Of SPRING FASHIONS On TUESDAY, 7th INSTANT, And Following Days. Inviting Inspection. THE LEADING FASHION HOUSE. DIG., HIGH AND RATTRAY STREETS. P. LAING, Manager, B. Hallenstein, Chairman of Directors.

Marrlapre. Bolt—Fallows.— On the Ist .September, at St. Andrew’s Church, Wellington, by the ftev. C. S. Ogg, Francis Bruce, second son of the Hon. W. M. Bolt, M.L.0., to Florence Kastham, eldest daughter of It. Fallows, of Birkenhead, Cheshire, England. Death. Cullen - .— On the 9th inst., at the Hospital, Dunedin, Mary Ann Cullen ; aged 54 years. Announcements of births, marriages, and deaths sent for publication from the country districts require to be verified by the signature of either our agent in the district from which the announcement is sent or by the clergyman of the district. FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Friends of the late Mrs Mary Ann Cullen are respectfully invited to attend her Funeral, which will leave the Hospital, for the Northern Cemetery, TO-MORROW (Saturday), the 11th inst., at 2 30 p.ra. HUGH GOURLEY, Undertaker, Clarke and Maclaggan streets. FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Friends of the late Richard Voisey, of Caversharn, are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral, which will leave his late residence, Goodall street, Caversharn, TOMORROW (Saturday), the 11th inst., at 2.30 p.ra., for the place of interment in the Southern Cemetery. CHARLES J. THORN, Undertaker and Embalmer. David and Marion streets, Caversharn.

FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Friends of Mr George Gregory are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of his late wife, Rebekah, which will leave his residence, Rutherglen, Kaikorai Valley, for the Gieen Island Cemetery, TO-MORROW (Saturday), the 11th inst., at 2.30 p.m. A. -T. WYNN AND HOPE, Undertakers, St. Andrew street. FUNERAL NOTICE. npHE Friends of the late Neil M'Millan (and S_ family) are respectfully invited to attend h's Funeral, which will leave his late residence, No. 4 Stafford avenue (Upper Walker street). TO-MORROW (Saturday), September 11th, at 3 o’clock, for the Southern Cemetery. COLE AND SPRINGER, Undertakers. 152 George street.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 10416, 10 September 1897

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 10416, 10 September 1897

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