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GRAND LOTTERY, To be Drawn, ON WEDNESDAY,. MARCH 1, 1865, hr At the ODDFELLOWS' HALL. 420 Members, at 5s each, for the following Prizes :— , 1. A piece of Freehold Land, in a good position, value ... £30 0 O 2. A Pair of Globes ... ... 25 0 0 3. A Milch Cow, in full milk ... 12 0 0 4. Watch and Chain ... ... 7 0 0 5. Silver Watch ... ... 5 0 0 6. Nugget of Gold ... ... 310 0 7. Watch ... ... ... 210 O 8. Watch ... ... ... 2 S O 9. Watch ... ... ... 2 2 0 10. Watch ... ... ... 2 2 0 11. Watch ... 2 2 0 12. Watch ... ... ... 2 2 0 13. Watch ... ... ... 2 0 0 14. Watch ... ... ..200 15. Plated Toddy Kettle and Salver 2 2 0 16. A Goose .. l .. .. 0 6 6 17. AGoose .. ... ... 0 6 6 18. A Goose .. ... ... 0 6 6 19. AGoose .. ... ... 0 6 6 20. A Goose .. ... ... 0 6 6 21. A Goose .. ... ... 0 6 6 22. AGoose .. ... ... 0 6 6 23. A Goose .. ... ... 0 6 6 24. A Goose .. ... ... 0 6.6 25. A Goose . . ... ... 0 6 6 Total value . . . . £105 0 0 Tickets for the above may be had of Mr. P. Laing, baker ; Mr. John Walden, oyster saloon ; Mr. J, Wallace, grocer, Lambtonquay ; Mr. Phillips, grocer, Cuba-street ; s|r. John Sutherland, baker ; Mr. Phelan, baker, Manners-street ; Mr. Yates, grocer, Moles-worth-street. Also, At the following Hotels :— New Zealander, the Albion, South Sea, Nag's Head, the Ship, the Royal, White Swan, Forrester's Arms, the Thistle, the Victoria, Barret's, Gawith's ; Karori Hotel, Karori-road ; Waterloo Hotel, Kaiwarawara ; Queen's Head ; and of Mr. G GORGE EDWARDS, (Willis-street, Commission Agent,) who will supply any particulars that may be required.

CAUTION.— CHLORODYNE, In Chancery. TT was clearly proved before Vice-Chancel-X lor Sir W. P. Wood, by affidavits from eminent Hospital Physicians of London, that Dr. J. Collis Browne was the discoverer of Cholorodyne ; that they prescribe it largely, and mean no other than Dr. Browne's. — See Times, Jan. 12, 1864. The public, therefore, are cautioned against using any other than Dr. J. Collis Brbwne'a Cholorodine. Cholera, dysentery,' diarrhoea, cramp, ague, fever, rheumatism, consumption, asthma, cough, &c. All pain, vomiting, and distress ceases in a few minutes after taking a dose of that wonderful Sedative Anodyne and Anti-Spasmodic remedy discovered by Dr. J. Collis Browne, M. R. C. S. L. (ex- Army Medical Staff), the recipe of which was confined solely to J. T. Davenport, 33, Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury Square, London, Pharmaceutical Chemist. The medical testimony of Civil, Hospital and Naval Practioners,it pronounces invaluable. It relieves pain of any kind, sooths the restlessness of fever, and imparts the most refreshing Bleep without producing or leaving any of the Unpleasant effects of opium. CAUTION. In consequence of the extraordinary efficacy of this remedy, several unprincipled parties have been induced to vend imitations. Never be tempted to buy Chlorodyne except in sealed bottles, having the Government stamp, with the words, "Dr. J. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne" engraved thereon. A sheet full of medicial testimonials acconi panics each bottle. - Sole manufacturer, J. T. Davenport, Bs, Great Russell-street, Bloorasbury, London. Sold in bottles, 2s 9d and 4s 6d. Obtained at Messrs Treacher's, Bombay ; of Scott Thompson, Calcutta ; Worms, Sydney ; and all Chemists. _____ ALFRED P. PALMER, ... f * SHARE, STOCK, AND BILL BROKER HOUSE, LAND AND , * GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, Office— Harbor street, opposite side entrance of Messrs. Krull and Co.'s store. All charges strictly moderate. SERVANTSI SERVANTS!! SERVANTS ! ! ! MRS. ROSE'S New Registry Office, Lambton Quay. To supply the increasing demand for Servants of all classes, Mrs. R, has opened a Registry Office, where good Servants can be always obtained. . . ' :~: ~ ;¦/-?% Farm Servants, Labotfef s» • Htfusemftids, Nurse Girls, Cooks, Bar Maids, &<J,. ¦ ' -*>* Mrs. Rose's New Registry Office, opposite' , the Bank of New Zealand. . ' \'~

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Post, Issue 12, 21 February 1865

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Evening Post, Issue 12, 21 February 1865

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