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r ~ MELBOURNE i! " x " * CENTENNIAL INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. Iv AM prepared to represent Manufacturers desirous of opening up or extending business relations with the Austr^'i^an Colonies, at above Exhibition, which will open m Meinour -"c on Ist August, 1888. Having acted as Special Representative at the several International Exhibitions held m Australia during 1880 and 1881, and having since resided m the Colonies, I am m a posi tion to advise intending Exhibitors. I shall be glad to supply full information to intending Exhibitors, meanwhile reference may be made to Bank of British North Amerca, 'the City' of Melbourne Bank, Limitd, London and Melbourne. > I Advances made on consignments, account ales rendered, and remittances made month|y G. HfADAMS, 119 Pitt Street, Sydney, iS Flinders Street, Melbourne, Where all letters and samples should be tddrcssedj and at Brisbane,"' Adelaide, and Auckland, H. P. GREGORY and CO., SAN feRANOISOO, OAL. ahd PORTLAND OREGON, SYDNEY N.S.W. & MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA MACHINERY AND GENERAL HIM MERCHANTS, Jfflces and Stores m Australia „ 17 Pitt Street, Circular Quay, Sydney, N.S.W., & 104 Bourke Street, West, Melbourne, Victoria. SOLE AGENTS FOR L A. Fay and Co.'s Woo Working Machinery Frank & Co.'s Wood Working Machinery Boult's Variety Moulding and Dovetailing Machine G. F. Blake Manufacturing Co. '* Steam Pumps New York Belting and Packing Co, Rubber Goods Sergeant Drill Co.'s Celebrated Triumph Rock Drills E, W. Bliss' Presses, Dies and Special Machinery Eclipse Wind Engine Co.'s Solid Wheeled Windmills Tanite Co.'s Emery Wheels and Grinden Sturtevant's Blowers and Exhausters judson's & Pickering's Engine Governor! Disston and Sons' Saws and Files Korting's Injectors and Ejectors Pennsylvania Oak Tanned Leather Belting Hathorn, Davy and Co.'s Safety Engine! Smith and Coventry's Machine Tools Lamberton and Co.'s Steam Engines, Road Rollers, etc. Geo. Richard and Co.'s Medart Pulleys, Shafting and Fittings, Correspondence solicited. All enquiries promptly and fully replied to. BRANCH OFFICE & FACTORY: 754 Washington Street, New York, 1 |THE BEST, P A. I N T „ . IN THB — —.WORLD,— -p. Any shade from Pur* White to Jet Black, ACOMBINATI N of the purest paint with India Slabber, forming a smooth, glossy, firm, durable, elastic and beautiful Paint, unaffected by change of temperature, is perfectly water-proof, and adapted to all classes of work, and is m every way a better paint for either inside or outside painting than any other paint m the world. Being from one-third to one-fourth cheaper and lasting at least three times as long as the best lead and oil paints. Be sure that our trade mark is on every package. Prepared and ready for nse and sold by the gallon only. There has never been a paint offered the public that has become so popular (m the same time) and given as perfect satisfaction as the Rubber Paint — * 1 11 r 11 i> 1 1 1 - - ■ , - -■ t r" 1 r ABSOLUTE PROTECTION AGAINST SURE. MANUFACTURERS^OF VULCAN PAINT AND SOTERIA. Abs \c protection against extension ot fire. Color cards and test shingles with instructions and proofs of ou materials furnished, VULCAN PAINT is manufactured n r the very best materials, costing les equal m durability and finishing qualities the best paint known. Flames cannot spre over surfaces covered with thi s paint, manufacture the Vulcan Paint m all col and will furnish any tint desired. Soteria will give perfect security to all rough interio surfaces, such as floor beams, joists, lathing, etc., and while Soteria is furnished at less than one-half the cost of our Vulcan Paint, its fire proof qualities are equal t 0 the Vulcan Paint. We furnish it m all colors, and a very valuable property of Soteria is, that, like our Vulcan Paint, it preserves the secrion covered from decay. NEW YOReTfIRE PROOF 1 mm qqjwmj

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2115, 22 April 1889

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