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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. THOUSANDS OF. , NOVELTIES OPENING DAILY VSAITHWAITE'S ANNUAL SALE. SALE POSITIVELY CLO3ES THIS WEEK. TIRED AND LOW-SPIRITED. MR B. MACANSH, of Murrumbnrrab, N.S.-W., writes:—"For two years I suffered intense pain in the chest after eating, and sickness after meals was a common occurrence with me. I was induced to try LOASBY'S WAHOO, and now you may add my name to the list of former dyspeptics who have been completely cured by your wonderful remedy." LOASBY'S WAHOO, price 2s 6d everywhere. Wholesale, K.P. and Co.'s N.Z. Drug Co. OILVI.E' DUST FLOUR, Best in the Market. ' Don't be put off.- Ask for it, and insist upon having it. Kept by.all grocers. FOR New Sailor Hats, trimmed French and .English millinery, Straws, Flowers, and Feathers see Mrs Gill's. FINEST stock of: Kid and Fabric" Gloves ever shoVn; new Fall. Nets, Laces, sty lißh Collarettes. '-'. LEADING styles in Blouses, Infants'and Children's Millinery * new Sunbonnets; see windows. . At Mra GUl's, i L„ STRUCK—Tattei sail's Hotel for Best Liquors in Town and Speight's Beer; good accommodation. Fred Catter, proprietor. LOASBY'S "Waho6,"the unrivalled herbal remedy for all stomach, liver, and kidney complaints; 2s 6d. Chemists. Grocers. MADAME XONELLO, Profeasiona,l Palmist and Graphologist (Hindu system), Athol place (Forth and Albany streets). S electrioityvU* to a taljow candle " so is u HondaiLanka Tea; to-It's competitors. Booth, George street. *;

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 10454, 26 October 1897

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 10454, 26 October 1897

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