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[Advertisement.] TO MR. WILLIAM ADAMS.

Sir —A. p nin --tory will suffice between you and me. Tlu> vein's of Mv.Rooney's fencing his been stolen,and the "-lie'l was q 'iiijj piecemeal. My son, to save the latter, demolish tl it, and carted the portion which was fit for nothing else to his house for firewood, leaving three piects, i*ach 24 feat long, rtx by threes, intending to tnko thorn down at springtide by water to- bit boatshed. Your relative plea-ied suilty to itealing these three pioces ; so the cue was not frivolous, nor Was it di3inHsi-d I Avill correct another mUstatoment— the offei to p,iy for the Umber was not made until the police wiiie present On the day on which the rep»rt of ihe case appeared in the pxperi, Mr. Campbell udvoitised a reward of £10 for the discorerr of the thieves of his fencing in the same neighbourhood. It was tim-j something wu done. lam truly ■ <rry your voanp relative has been mixed up in tncn a niiittcr, and I hope he will remember the caution our excellent Resident Magistrate gave him whan he re!« wed him from cuitidy.— l am, &c, , J. Waimouth, Sew. August 25, 1871.

" The Sfcbet of the English Ladies "our foreign visitors declare they have discorered, and the reason why the British fair rival thw Eaitern beauties in face, hair, aud teeth. Oar changeful climate they pronornce little calculated to produce *uch wonden of the age— for a delicate complexion i* difficult to protect against the vicissitndes of heat and cold, the luxuriant treises to retain their graceful and liiken softness, or the teeth their brilliant oolour, indicating a parity of breath ; but when the name of Bowlands Kalydor is pronounced at the only cosmatio which the faculty recommend, the Macatsar oil the preserver of the hair in youth and age, and the Odonto or Pearl Dentifrice, defying time, "These," they exclaim, "ma belie Anglaiie, are your comforts aid agremtnts, which render you the delight and envy. of admiring Europe I " To be obtained at most of the principal •tores and,ohemists' shops throughout the country.— Wholesale Agent* for Mew Zealand: Mosri. Ktmp. home, fto«sjr t «n,<i Qq., &Wt4bk~(A9T.}

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[Advertisement.] TO MR. WILLIAM ADAMS., Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXVII, Issue 4378, 26 August 1871

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[Advertisement.] TO MR. WILLIAM ADAMS. Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXVII, Issue 4378, 26 August 1871

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