C CERTAINLY the beat medicine known la J Sander and Sons’ EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its incomparably powerful effects in Coughs, Colds, Influenza; the relief Is instantaneous. . In serious cases and accidents of all kinds, be they wounds, burns, acaldinga, bruises, sprains, It is the safest' remedy—no swelling, no inflammation. Like surprising effects produced In.Cronpj Diphtheria, Bron chitls, inflammation of the Lungs, Swellings, etc.. Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Diseases of the Kidneys and Urinary Organs. In use at all hospitals and medical clinics ; patronised by His Majesty the Xing of Italy; crowned with medal and diploma at International Exhibition, Amsterdnm. Trust In an approved article and reject all others. NOTICE TO LADIES. JUST ARRIVED, ex Ruahine, CURLY FRINGES (all shades), TAILS OF HAIR (all shades, lengths,and prices), HAIR FRAMES (the latest style). The above at Lowest Prices. Ladies’ Hair Cut, Singed, and Redressed, Is. Ladies’ Hair Combings made up at London prices. At J. M‘QUEEN’9, 52 and 54, George street. N.B.—Oldest established Hairdresser in Dunedin. SPECIAL NOTICE. MEN’S CLOTHING FOR IMMEDIATE WEAR, ■ 37s 6d |37s 6d--37s 6d N. 2 ' SAVE MONEY SAVE MONEY SAVE MONEY. FIT EQUAL TO BESPOKE. 42s 6d -42s Gd 42s 6d CLOTHING FACTORY. OCTAGON. THE QUEENSLAND INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION JUDGING COMMITTEE, When Awarding THOMSON AND CO., Of Dunedin, FOUR SPECIAL GOLD MEDALS For the Excellence of their Manufactures, Unanimously agreed that never had they sampled such excellent Sodawater. For Special Gold Medal Aerated Waters Special Gold Medal Fruit Syrups and Cordials Special Gold Medal Wai-rongoa Special Gold Medal Limejuice Cordial. October, 1897. D.I.C. GRAND SHOW OF NOVELTIES IN FANCY GOODS. NOVELTIES Outdoor Games* NOVELTIES Basketware NOVELTIES Leather Goods, all kinds NOVELTIES Children’s Mechanical Toys NOVELTIES Children’s Dolls NOVELTIES Dolls’ Furniture NOVELTIES Photo Frames, all sizes NOVELTIES Wood-carving Tools NOVELTIES Wood-carving Patterns NOVELTIES Ladies’ Small Watches NOVELTIES Fancy Stationery NOVELTIES Silver • mounted Brushes, in cases. CHRISTMAS CARDS FOR HOME. NOVELTIES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. D.T.C., HIGH AND RATTRAY STREETS. P. LAINO. Manager. B. HALLENSTEIN, Chairman of Directors. PRINTING, MOUNTING. .PHOTOGRAPHIC GOODS. Fresh Stock P.O.P. in all-sized Packets. CAMERAS, PLATES, PAPERS. K.Z. CAMERA CO., OCTAGON, DUNEDIN.
FUNERAL NOTICE, THE Friends of the late Mrs Ruth A. Clements are respectfully invited to attend her Funeral, which will leave the residence of her brother-in-law, Mr David Williams, Lower Rattray street (back of the Grey Valley Coal Yard), for the Southern Cemetery, TOMORROW (Thursday), the 18th inst., at 3 p.m. HUGH GOURLBY, Undertaker, Clarke and Maclaggan streets. FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Friends of the late George Douglas (and family) are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral, which will leave his late residence, High street, Roslyn, TO-MORROW (Thursday), November 18, at 2 p.m., for the Northern Cemetery (passing Octagon at about 2.35), ;»i.v COLE AND SPRINGER, Undertakers, 152 George street.
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