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r best medicine known Is Sons’ EUCALYPTI Exits incomparably powerful i, Colds, Influenza; the relief . In serious cases and accidents o they wounds, burns, scaldlngs, ais, it is the safest remedy—no > inflammation. Like surprising meed in Croup, Diphtheria, Eton iammation of the Lungs, Swellings, .rrboea. Dysentery, Diseases of the f- and Urinary Organs. In use at all hosp., u and medical clinics; patronised by Bis Majesty the King of Italy; crowned with (nedal and diploma at International Exhibition, Amsterdam. Trust In an approved article and reject all others. NEW goods; IN ALL DEPARTMENTS! NOW BEING OPENED. N. z - CLOTHING FACTORY, OCTAGON. THE QUEENSLAND INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION JUDGING COMMITTEE, When Awarding Thomson and go., Of Dunedin, FOUR SPECIAL'GOLD MEDALS For the Excellence of their Manufactures, agreed that never had they sampled such excellent Sodawater. Special Gold Medal Aerated Waters Special Gold Medal Fruit Syrups and Cordials Special Gold Medal Wai-rongoa Special Gold Medal Limejuice Cordial. October, 1897. WANTED Known That Bill-heads, Circulars, Cards, Programmes, and General Printing of every description are executed at ths Evening Stab Office at moderate rates. '.&FANOY goods, d.lc. ’ THE COMPANY Are now showing a Large and Select Assortment of FANCY GOODS, Leather Writing Cases, Music Folios, Desks, Companions, Novelties in Basketware, Wickerware, Photo Stands, Photo Frames, Perfumery, Brushware, Toilet Soaps, etc. WOOD CARVING TOOLS. Newest Designs in Wood Carving Paper Patterns, Prepared Woodwork, etc, ; <j djTc., ? HIGH AND RATTRAY STREETS. F. LAING, Manager. B. HALLBNSTEIN, C3|ohalrman of Directors. ■RETOUCHING, PRINTING. MOUNTING. .PHOTOGRAPHIC GOODS. Fresh Stock P.O.P. in all-sized Packets. CAMERAS, PLATES, PAPERS. N.Z. CAMERA CO., OCTAGON, DUNEDIN.

FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Friends of the late Professor Parker are respectfully invited to attend bis Funeral, which will leave the residence of Mr Wyatt, Warrington, for the Warrington Cemetery, TO-MORROW (Tuesday), the 9th inst., on the arrival of the 3 o’clock train from Dunedin. Special arrangements have been made with the railway authorities to stop there for the convenience of those wishing to attend the Funeral. HUGH GOURLEY, Undertaker, Clarke and Maclaggan streets. FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Friends of John and William Major are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their late Mother, which will leave her late residence, Dowling street, for the Southern Cemetery, TO-MORROW (Tuesday) the 9th Inst., at 2.30 p.m. ’ HUGH GOURLEY, Undertaker, Clarke and Maclaggan streets. FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Friends of Mr Charles M'Peak (also the Friends of his son, John S. M'Peak) are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of his late Wife, which will leave his residence, Harringtonstreet, Port Chalmers, TO-MORROW (Tuesday), November 9th, at 12.15 p.m , passing Botanical Gardena at about 2 p.m., for the Northern Cemetery, COLE AND SPRINGER, Undertakers, 152 George street. FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Friends of the late Mrs John Brook (and family) are respectfully invited to attend her Funeral, which will leave her late residence, High street. Roslyn, TO-MORROW (Tuesday), November 9, at 2 o’clock, for the Northern Cemetery. COLE AND SPRINGER, Undertakers, 152 George street.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 10465, 8 November 1897

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 10465, 8 November 1897

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