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New Zealand Tablet, Volume XIV, Issue 51, 15 April 1887, Page 26
SMITH AND SMITH, Oil and Colour Merchants, OCTAGON, DUNEDIN, We have now a very large assortment of every description of Painters' Eequisites, bought by our Mr. R. F. Bmith (who is now in England) from the first manufacturers in Europe, and we are prepared to sell at the very lowest possible prices. Paperhangings, Dadoes, Friezes, &c, &c. The largest stock of Artistic Goods in New Zealand. Genuine White Lead, Linseed Oils, Lubri- cating Oils, Turpentine, Kerosene, Methylated Spirits, Benzine, Varnishes. Plate, Sheet, and all kinds of Ornamental Gla'.s, Mirror Plate. Hessian Canvas, Scrim, Picture Mouldings, Pictures, Glass Shades, Hematite. Artists' Colours, Mounting Boards, Card- hoard, Canvau, Stretcned Canvases, Sketching Blocks, Sketching Stools, Millboards, and all kinds of Artists' material. CHAMPION MIXED PAINTS (all Colours ■eady for use), in lib, 21b, 41b, and 141 b tins. We are also prepared to do Picture Framing n all its branches. Sign Writing of every kind (plain and pic- torial). Calico Signs and Window Tickets supplied on the shortest notice. Opal Letters. Sole Agents for New Zealand for the "Glacier" Window Decoration, the latest and most efficient known substitute for stained glass. It is invaluable for shutting out dis- agreeable views, where real stained glass would be too costly, for improving hall and staircase windows, windows in churches, schools, libraries. &c, &c. Samples, per post, Is. Windows fitted with the "Glacier" to be seen at the warehouse of Smith and Smith, Octagon. Lincrusta Walton Wall Decoration, used in all the large mansions in Europe, and is everlasting wear. Painting, Paperhanging, Glazing, and all kinds of Decoration done on the shortest notice. We will be glad to supply estimates. SMITH AND SMITH, Octagon, Dunedin. rjn c N D X JT. NOTICE TO ARCHITECTS, CON TL AC- TORS, AND GENERAL PUBLI( . Having commenced the MANUFACTUR- ING of PORTLAND CEMENT, and h-.vn.<r by Practical Tests established the fact that I cnn produce a First-class Articlp — equal, if not huperior, to any Hydraulic Cement im- ported into the Colony — I now desue to give notice to the Public and all those interested thai — Within one week from date I will bo pre- pared to Supply from 10 to 12 Tons Per Day ; Within Three Months from 25 to 30 Tons Per Day ; Within Six Months to Supply New Zea- 1 land Requirements ; and Within 12 Months to Supply for Expoits, i as may be required. My Cement has been tested alongside of the Best Imported Brands, and has proved itself superior in most cases ; so that I am c jnfident I can supply an article which will give entire satisfaction to all who may favour me with their pntronoge. Having at present a Small Quantity on ban 1, I will be glad to supply those interested wi'.i Testing Samples. First-class HYDRAULIC and ORDINARY LIME Always on Hand and Supplied at Shortest Notice. 1 am also prepared to Supply BRICKS of a Very Superior Quality, in quantities to suit purchasers, at any Railway Station, or deli- vered in any part of Dunedin, at current rates. Small Quantities can always be obtained at Store, in Vogel street. JAMES MACDONALD. Cement Manufacturer, Vogel street, Dunedin. Cement and Brick Works : Walton Park, Green Island. I Lime Works : Milburn.