LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. THAT FEELING OF OPPRESSION. MR GEORGE YATES, of the Royal Hotel, Liverpool, N.S.W., writes under date the 6th September, 1897:•—"I suffered from Indigestion for several years. After taking 'WAHOO'for a couple of days the pains went away, and before finishing the bottle I felt as well as ever, and have never suffered since." LOASBY'S "WAHOO," price 2s 6d, from all chemists and storekeepers. Wholesale agents, Kempthorne, Prosser, and Co.'a N.Z. Drue Co, Ltd. FOR SENDING HOME. YELIGHTFUL XMAS CARDS. Thousands just opened AT BRAITHWAITE'S BOOK ARCADE. Come and see them. No one asked to buy. _ RS GlLL'S.—Grandest variety of Blouses -i tjl ever opened; prices from Is lid. Choice stock of Corsets, Umbrellas, Sunshades. unequalled value and choicest selection *«_ of Millinery, New Fall Nets, Laces, Gloves, Collarettes trv Mrs Gill's. EW Designs in Cambrics and Muslins for Blouses. Dressmaking under experi--1 management. At Mrs Gill's. ANTED To Sell, 5-roomed House (scul- . .' lery and washhouse), north end! Apply Owen's Store, King street. ANTED, young Ladies to take Lessons at . , Columbia Dress-cutting School; the art of dressmaking taught in a few lessons. Principal, Mrs Williams, Ross's Buildings. CARDBOARD Boxes, all sizes, styles, and shapes, at Star Faptory, Crawford street rTVGER Teas.—We cannot make you good, JL but we can make you feel good. Drink TignrTeas. "" - "VTOTIOB to Shareholders Golden Run Con> 41 pany.—Annual Meeting Thursday (tonTorrow) Wood's Hotel, Rattray street, 8 o'olock.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Star, Issue 10473, 17 November 1897