.ESTABLISHED 1863. Im. E * °* WOODWARD, , ftiattrmaceutioal Chemist (by Examination), Successor to A. M. Loasby, 174 Phi.VOBS BTBBET SOOTH, DtJNEDIN. A SPLENDID NBW~STOCK on hand of' g all tho Latest Approved Drags' arid' Druggists' Sundries, Ho * Water Bottles, Bmshes and other Kret-claas Perfumery and Soaps, Trusses,'.""'.: . Throat Pastilles, Enemas, r Bandages and Antiseptic Gauzes, Sponges. ' Elasti* Goods, Inhalers, etc., etc., etc. Quality Guaranteed. Telephone 302. P.O. Box 276. in urgent cases Prescriptions dispensed at night.. S.&C. EX S.S. PAKEHA. JUST OPENED, GRAND SELECTION OK LINOLEUMS LINOLEUMS • rT„nr n „. LINOLEUMS : KoiSSn LINOLEUMS ; UNOn™ LINOLEUMS UNOLEUMS LINOLEUMS LINOLEUMS LINOLEUMS LINOLEUMS FLOORCLOTHS FLOORCLOTHS FLOORCLO T H^ OORCLOTH F IoORCLOTH S o^o ™ B floorcloths floorcloths FROM NAIRN AND CO., KIRKCALDY. SCOULLAR AND CHISHOLM, RATTRAY STREET, DUNEDIN. DEPARTMENTS SOW BEING OPENED. "JJ Z. CLOTHING FACTORY, OCTAGON. Brisbane, August 23rd, 1897. To Messrs THOMSON AND CO., Dunedin. DEAR SIRS,-I be? to confirm my cable . advising you of the successful result ot juugmg of your products. Specbl Fikst Gold Medal Liqueurs and Cordials. > Special Fikst Gold Medal Aerated waters. Special First Gold Medal "Wai-Bonsoa Mineral Water. This, lam confident, will be to you very satis-factory.-Yours faithfully, J F. NOTLEY MEADOWS, N.Z. Court. JJETOUCHING. PRINTING, MOUNTING. PHOTOGRAPHIC GOODS. Fresh Stock P.O.P. in all-sized Packets. CAMERAS, TLATES, PAPERS. N.Z. CAMERA CO., OCTAGON, DUNEDIN. SPRING FASHIONS. THE COMPANY Are now showing a beautiful Aiwort* ment of all the Latest Novelties. For the Ecat and Cheapest go to.the LEADING FASHION HOUSE. SPECIAL DRESSES SPECIAL MILLINERY SPECIAL MANTLES SPECIAL LACE GOODS SPECIAL TRIMMINGS SPECIAL SUNSHADES SPECIAL GLOVES AND HOSIERY. CROCKERY, FURNITURE, AND GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHINGS. D.I.C;, HIGH AND RATTRAY STREETS. P. LAING, Manager, B, HALLENSTEIN, Chairman of Directors.
FUNERAL NOIICE. THE Friends of Sirs M. Robertson are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of her late Husband, which will leave her residence, Brunswick street. South Dunedin TOMORROW (Wednesday), the 22nd inst., at 3 30 p.m., for the Southern Cemetery. CHARLES J. THORN, Undertaker and Embalmer, David and Marion streets, Caversham. '' FUNERAL NOTICE. JHE Funeral of the late Mr Henry Clapcotfc L will leave his late residence, Newingtoii, for the Southern Cemetery, TO-MORROW (Wednesday), the 22nd inst., at 2.30 p.m, passing the Octagon about 3- o'clock. HUGH GOURLEY, Undertaker, •''" Clarke and Maolastgan streets;
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