FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Friends of Mr HUGH GOURLEY are respectfully invited to follow the remains of his Wife, from his Residence, Maclaggan street, to tho place of interment, in the Southern Cemetery, on MONDAY, August 10th, at 3 p.m. THE DUNEDIN MUDIE'S. W I S E'S lTb RA B, Y. (^ ONSIDEB,ABLE~addition3 continue \J to ba made by Monthly Mail Parcels. Tho BOOKS/being selected in London by a Special Agent, include the Chief Works of tho Leading Authors of the Day. Supplies of MAGAZINES are also received Monthly, which are AT ONCIi available to Members. A Librarian is now in daily attendance. Country Subscribers by Special Agreement. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. fTIHE Otago Daily Times may be ot>- -"- tamed from any of the Country Agents at £1 per quarter^either by coach or post. The Otago Witness can also be obtained from the Agents, by coach or post, oh the following terms: — CsGd per quarter, 12s half-yearly, or 22s 6d per year. T&f M « L A R E N , TAILOR AND CLOTHIER, miNOES STREET, (Opposite Liverpool street), DUNEDIN. Rational insurance JIJI COMPANY. CHAIRMAN: W. J. M. Larnach, Esq. DIRECTORS. J. L. Butterworth, Esq. E. B. Carg-ill, Esq. Henry Driver, Esq. Robert Wilson, Esq. Richard Oliver, Esq. J. M. Ritchie, Esq. Evan Prosser, E*q. Keith Ramsay, Esq. A. HILL JACK, General Manager. (STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY. FIRE AND MARINE. Fire and Marine risks of all descriptions taken at current rates. Insurers in this Company win participate in the profits pro rota. , CHARLES REID, 30ja Manager. mHE VICTORIA INSURANCE X COMPANY ISSDB ' FIRE AND MARINE POLICIES -. ■ -. AT . . LOWEST CURRENT RATES. W. J). MEARES, : Resident Secretary. Offices: Manse strebt, Duxedin. "JTEW ZEALAND BREWERY, CuaBERiiAHD Street, : ©UNEDIN. JAMES COPELAND (late of Marshall and Copeland) intimates to the Trade and Public of New Zealand that hia Large and Modern Brewery is now in full work. Orders addressed to Brewery, or left with Paul and M'Pherson, Jetty street^ will have prompt attention. FOR SALE—A steady, safe COUNTRY BUSINESS, capable of great improvement. Capital required, about £500 to £1000. To apushing man; or couple knowing something of drapery, grocery, and general goods, this offers an opportunity for securing- an independence. For particulars, apply to -" ■ ' BARRON, GRANT, and CO., .v..- •V..-:.:. ..-_.:,; -Battraystreet. w'J' ; I>ORT WINE for INVALIDS —as approved and recommended by the leading 311?. 6. 11-^0^^' 60s per dozen. Askfor YELLOW SEAL. BARRON, GRANT, and Co.
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