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I I I I A LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF i s IOIED STATIONERY ALWAYS ON HAND, NEATLY BOXED, AND AT PRICES TO SUIT EVERYBODY 8 s Boxes 3d., 6d., and 1/- 1 6 Mourning Rote Paper and ",B-,nvolopeu 8 ) Toollicap Paper. and En velop.s; Blotting: Paper, Z THE BEST Id PACKET OF STATIONERY I I IN THE DIST R-IC- T. 1 I ^BSTIB'S GhOXiDD lOJDAIi IlbTIKIS- 1 I MEMO "BOOKS, ACCOUNT BOOKS, EXERCISE BOOKS, DAY BOOKS I E. MILLS AND SONS, ) JjL. JL- JLJ JLJ JL7 kj' \J' printers, ^tatiomrs, ^ookstlltrs, Ijfetosapits, (ft ¡ HERALD OFFICE, EHOS BpMaCTaaor!ni.Trr- Ml HI wjuri^B ^iii MnwBTfrTqfT7'^jggi^g^Matej»ai«aiaMaawmawafW^ia^^flaa^^ PM It -.I' .-i.- .• If t^lL If Business is dull, that is the time to advertise. Advertising will turn the V dullness of to-day into the brisk trade of to-morrow. if business is good, that I { te-rfjjgt is the time to advertise. Surely every merchant wishes business to stay good, I and advertising is an assurance of this. No matter how much business a I; W&- merchant is doing, he should not be averse to seeing it become better. Good advertising will accomplish this. The man who has had energy enough to | 1 1 W&83L work up a good trade usually has the ambition to wish to see it grow and K ■6 grow. Then be should uke more and better advertising. J THE BJKOS—KEJRiAJtiD I II. A SKBBrBtø .ID1¡..