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I | HMHYY STATIONERY 11 I ==== A LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF E ,¡ fOXED STATIONERY ALWAYS ON HAND, NEATLY BOXED, AND AT PRICES TO SUIT EVERYBODY 1 Boxes 3d., 6d., and 1/- K and Bavelope. I Foolscap Paper and Blottill;g Paper I THE B13ST I Id PACKET OF STATIONERY I IN THE BISTBieT. g I M:BE;r-r-pl.3p.7s OF 0 -r T, MZEZD-AJLj INKS- I MEMO BOOKS, ACCOUNT BOOKS, EXERCISE BOOKS, DAY BOOKS I LEDGERS, &c., in greatva I ) MILLS AND SONS, 'e'' IJrintfrs, Stationers, oohsdltrs toosagtntst th ;■■■'• j, i., t C H. ill 1 v ■■■• -t -V "i ,}. HERALD OFFICE RHOS ¡ "¡, -¡ 'ÍnrnM I' it Btrsx«fsss XS ULIa •' •" V II j •' y •;f" •'• • • — ■ i- If *> tedfc If Business is dull, that is the time advertise. Advertising will turn the dullness of to-day ii)to the brisk trade of to-morrow. If business is good, that ■■• v •; I* I'" ■■■ is the time to advertise. Surely everymerehantwishe business to stay good, I P«3r and advertising is an aumanee of this. No matter how much business a B >^a&L uierchput 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 v 1 i.i v f work up a good trade usually has the ambition to wish to see it grow and grow. Then he should use more and better advertising. ■' r.. .v ■ ■ ""r -T [ So =- t, THE RHOS HEUALD S v. t ■ >.i ^Tl Si'-liS?' .¿; ¡ fl. .J,J 1 ,t .,j<,( ¡ ;:¡. '( i ,1" \L 'L