The Three Caftles Cigeket Tese W. D. & H. O. WILLS
Observer, Volume XV, Issue 831, 1 December 1894, Page 17
The Three Caftles Cigeket Tese W. D. & H. O. WILLS
Castle 1 bra ml of igaretttes. If the winner of the 39th prize is a smoker, he will have reason to feel glad. 40th priz.e.— Pair of plaques, with New Zealand native flower design beautifully painted. Superb ornaments. 41st prize.— Chromo picture. It is the intention of Messrs Brown. Barrett and Co. to present the winner of this interesting picture with eight packets of their famous Colombo Garden tea, of which it has been written that it ensures perfect peace in the household 42nd prize.— Set of gentlemen's solid gold aleeve-links, bar and button pattern, manufactured to our order by Mr A. Kohn, of Auckland. 43rd prize.— Oil painting in gold frame, ' The Old Church Tower,' a rural scene of quaini beauty.,, 48th prize^r-Black. and gold writing desk, in lacquet-fwori:. Charming floral design. Nice preseiitjfor a boy or girl 49th prize. — ]jiaiE?o£ terra-cottarplaques. Lovely landscapes-infills, charmingly-executed. 50th prize.— Lsay'?s gold' bangle, set with lovely anie^h'^st^ Artistic" workmanship. 51st prize. — Chidmo picture. Mr T. Samuel, cutler, 162, Queen-street, next. to Goodson's Arcade, has notified us of his intention of presenting to the winner of the 51st prize a case of his incomparable hollow- ground razors. 52nd prize. — Oil painting in gold frame. ' The Poet's Lake,' a cummer landscape.
53rd- prize.— Lady's hand-painted fan, for evening wear. The design is a floral one, showing sprays of roses and forget-me-nots intertwined. 54th prize. -Lovely little painting in oils by Charles Blomfield, being ' Walter Peak,* showing this mountain rising abruptly from Lake Wakatipu. An exquisite study. 55tih prize.— Terra-cotta plaque with spray of New Zealand flowers, hand-painted. It is the intention of Messrs Brown, Campbell and Co. to present to the winner of this plaque a substantial Christmas box in the form of a case containing four dozen quarts of their unexcelled prize ale, a brew that is ever popular. 56th prize.~Oil painting, 'The Old Rustic Bridge by the Mill.' A most pleasing picture. 57th prize.— Prettily painted china tete-a-tete tea service. 58th prize.— Chromo picture. The winner of this prize will be presented by MessraPartridge and Co. with 10 J-lb tins of Wills' Navy i Cut Capstan Tobacco. This is a popular brand and very high in the popularity of j smokers. 59th prize.— Hand-painted music portfolio— a serviceable gift to any of our musically- I inclined lady readers. ' 60th prize.— Pair of terra-cotta plaques, with New Zealand flowers beautifully handpainted. 61st prize.— Lady's white satin hand-painted fan, the design being flowers and scenery. A desirable article. 62nd prize. — Six nickel spoons in black morocco silk-lined case. Pretty and useful. 63rd prize. — Oil-painting in gold frame, 'The Fishing Village,' a scene from nature. 64th prize.— Chromo picture.— lt is the intention of Mr D. Arkell, of the Gladstone Brewery, to supply the winner of this prize free of charge with a ten gallon cask of his incomparable Christmas brew, XXXX ale, pronounced by competent judges to be equal to anything of the kind ever produced. 65th prize. — Pair of landscape scenes charmingly painted on plaques. 66th prize. — Tete-a-tete tea service. This is another set of painted china and will prove an admirable and useful addition to any reception room. 67th prize.— Lady's red morocco purse, kidlined, strong clasps, and in every way serviceable. 68th prize.— 'The Farmer's Home,' a pretty oil-painting in gold frame, showing rural homestead and cultivators. 69th prize.— One dozen opalette cabinet photos finished in best style from J. C. Morton's Newton Studio, Karangahape Road, Auckland. 70th prize.— Hand-painted black fan, floral design. 71st prize. — Artistically painted bamboo bracket for the wall ; pretty design. 72nd prize.- Oil painting, gold-framed, ' Picnic Point,' a charming lake scene showing spring foliage. 73rd prize.— Lady's gold bangle set with beautiful amethyst. This is one of the most desirable of the gifts. 74th prize.— Painting on terra-cotta. The recipient of this gift will also be given a serviceable black Russian leather purse, lined with kid. 75th prize.— Chromo picture.— Mr Coleman has notified us of his intention to present the winner of this prize with a handsome silver mounted briar pipe, iv case, with splendid amber mouth-piece. May be seen at J. W. Coleman's Hair-dressing Saloon, Queen-street Wharf (opposite Roller Mills). 76th prize.— Prettily painted photo stand, floral design. 77th prize.— Oil painting, ' The Day Declines,' a summer evening. This picture is neatly framed with gold frame. 78th prize. «r Bamboo three-decker flower stand, a very useful ornament and flowervase holder. 79th prize.— Hand-painted black wall bracket. Very pretty design in daisies and poppies. 80th prize.— Pair terra cotta plaques. Beautiful landscape scenes. 81st prize.— Lady's black leather bag, strong and serviceable. 82nd prize.— Handsome plaque. MrD. Arkellin- j tends to present to the winner of this desir- ' able gift a Christmas box in the form of one ten-gallon cask of his XXXX special Xmas brew Stout, from the Gladstone Brewer, Newton Road; Auckland. 83rd prize.— Gold-framed oil painting. 'The River Bend,' a pretty sylvan scene, showing homestead cottage and artistic weeping willow effects. * 84th prize.- Splendid bamboo fan, useful article for a wall ornament or for theatre or ball-room use. It is charmingly painted in a tasteful style of Japanese art. 85th prize. — Chromo picture. Messrs Brown Barrett and Co. purpose presenting the winner of this prize with 12 one-pound tins of UN-XLD Excelsior coffee. Sure preventative against coughs, colds and coffins. 86th prize. — Pair of hand painted plaques, landscape scenes, New Zealand views ; beautifully painted. 87th prize. — Set of four nickel napkin rings in silk-lined case. Very useful present. 88th prize. — Oil painting, in gold frame, ' The Castle bridge.' Very effective picture. 89th prize. — Striking chromo picture. To the winner of this prize it is the intention of Messrs J. and J. Dickey, Queen-street, Auckland, to present a pair of their incomparable hollow ground razors and strop. 90th prize. — Lady's black fan, prettily Painted with design of corn-flowers and field daisies' 91st prize. — Oil painting, in gold frame, ' The Lover's "Walk,' a country scene. 92nd prize. — Chromo picture. The winner of this prize will recieve from Mr Harry Ellison, of Queen-street a Christmas box containing' 250 of his celebrated Turf Club Cigarettes, including prize coupons for current events. 93rd prize. — Unique glass photo stand, admirably painted in floral design.
94th prize. — Hand painted plaque. Pretty landscape scene. — Mr George Sinnett, of the Boot Palace, Karangahape Road and Queenstreet, Onehunga, presents one pair of his famous running shoes. 95th prize. — Three dozen copies new sheet music, comprising songs, dances, and pieces from Miller's Fancy Repository, 110, Victoriastreet, Auckland. - t; 96th prize.— Oil painting, hi gold frame, * The Elms,' a picnic spot ; sunny spot with fine foliage. 97th prize. — Beautiful Japanese circular lacquered wall bracket, with shelf painted in black and gold, 98th prize — Hand painted plaque, landscape scene. Mr D. Arkell notifies us that the winner of this prize, on application to him, will receive a ten-gallon cask of his famous XXXX Christmas brew ale ; a speciality for the season. Gladstone Brewery, Newton Road, Auckland. 99th prize.— Lady's black fan, for evening use, . with spray of roses prettily painted. 100 th prize. — Two very pretty landscape scenes, m oils, exquisitely painted on terra cotta. Very handsome drawing-room ornaments. 101 st prize. — Pair of Japanese lacquered trays, very pretty hand-painted floral designs in blue and gold. 102 nd prize.— Chromo picture. Messrs Brown Barrett and Co. intend to present the winner of this picture witti eight packets of their celebrated Colombo Garden Ceylon Tea. Use it and it becomes law. 103 rd prize.— Oil painting in gold frame, ' The Deep Flowing River,' an autumn scene, with castle in the background. 104 th prize. — Lady's red morocco purse, kidlined ; good clasps. . 105 th prize.— Two dozen best-known songs in the world, with accompaniments. A choice selection from Miller's Fancy Repository, 110 Victoria-street, Auckland. 106 th prize.— Painted china tea-jar. Artistic floral design. 107 th prize.— Two lovely little landscape scenes on terra cotta ; New Zealand views, beautifully painted. 108 th prize.— Lady's morocco purse, leatherlined ; a useful companion. 109 th prize.— Oil painting, gold frame, 'The River-side Village.' Fine sunset effects. 110 th prize.— Japanese bamboo wall bracket with two shelves. An artistic article. 111 th prize.— Very pretty hand-painted glass photo stand. Pansy design, admirably executed. 112 th prize.— Pair of plaques, hand-painted, New Zealand flowers chastely executed. 113 th prize.— Lady's red morocco purse, lined with white kid. 114 th prize.— Oil painting in gold frame ; a bold mountain scene. 115 th prize.— Pretty photo stand, handsome glass, field-daisies design. 116 th prize.— Charming fairy lamp, of floral design, the stand being a silver-plated foliagespray, and the lamp itself a rose in glass work. This beautiful lamp has been presented as a prize in the drawing, by Mr C. W. Goodson of the London Arcade. 117 th prize. — One year's subscription to Metcalfe's famous circulating library, "vVakefieldstreet, containing many thousands of the latest and most popular novels. This is a prize that either a lady or a gentleman might be glad to win. 118 th prize.— Gentleman's handsome gold albert, of fine gilt, on German silver This albert, presented by Mr John Leydon, is equal in durability and workmanship to the best gold chaiu. Mr Leydon has sold these goods for ten years in Auckland, and purchasers find them as good to-day as when they bought them first. [This ist is still subject to amendment or addition.