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' pp.l-iit. Vlv-l piilvlm. !TW, fore cautioned to se that each a tin tally thus : PATENT OVA. SAMSON ■ IN OVAL ; And the Patente’s Tally c Mark : M ±5 R IN 7ADLOCK. Manufactured by he Wliitecrc Company, Warington, Engl Was patented and ntroduced fc . »go in Victoria, New South Queensland, and New Zealand ; principal claim set foirth was its be Oval to prevent fraui. Yet, in tl these patents, firms—many of rei landing—have, for the sake of commission, lent themselves to t. cuction of various spurious im vhich render them liable to actior and annoyance and disappointmer isers. We would point out to intend! ciasers that any person erecting O Fences, other than the Patent Oi am, renders himself liable for d Tie Patent Acts on this point a explicit; therefore, after this m eicuse can be made. We have had instances brought ui aitice where some persons have bee principled as to mix the Spurioi Wre amongst the Patent Oval Sai cider to make a sale, and dam tin reputation of the genuine artic We have a great aversion to tali proceedings in this matter, but t compelled to, in self-defence, unles practices are at once stopped. ADDRESS JVTX-ean Bros. & R IMPORTER ' . STREET MHLISOI 00 Ei.iZAIH' TRAIU3 MANX M « K IN rAPWIOK. Uu , ))f rh our ago.’i ,t ()■svl Samson " ,l. v .iia or New Z« , England or Moll> i> telegram pre Notice. „ ( llv oghoul BE WARD. —Fencers £ ( . lntt tion Cobnies who can F'oncos, the erection of Oval Vaison Wire , than the Patent Oval d to commuir find it to their a “ van |ivothors and . 1 with Messrs. M’Loa^ o^)OUl . ue _ 69 Elizabeth StreW

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 346, 17 May 1881

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 346, 17 May 1881

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