COAL. THE undersigned has on sale English and Colonial screened. J. DttANSFIELD. 31st Auptist,lß6s. CLEARING SALE OF TIMBER. IN consequence of removing from our present premises to Manners street, whore we are about to erect a Saw Mill and Planing and Moulding Machine, we will SELL OUR PRESENT STOCK AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, Consisting of American Lumber and Shelving, 7in. feather-edged weatherboard, 6xl, 6 x f , 6 x £ , TG flooring Skirting, 7 and 9in. Architraves, 4, 5, and 6in. Mouldings, 2, 2J, 2.}, and 3 in. Doors and Saslius, all sizes Arbroath Pavement American Cut Masts, &c. &c. AT THE TIMBER YARD, Next Mr. Schultz's Store. R. GREENFIELD AND CO. JUST ARRIVED, PER SARAH ANN— 300 casks Jeffrey's India pale ale 200 do do porter 50 cases moselle 5 .do sparkling hock 26 kegs oatmeal 10 cases sardines 3 do arrowroot 10 do red herrings 5 do sago W. & G. TURNBULL & CO. 19th October, 1865. f\ LENFIELD STARCH, exclusively used VJT in the Royal Laundry. By special appointment, Starch Purveyors to her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales. The best proofs of the great superiority of this Starch are the numerous distinguished marks of approval which have been accorded to it from all quarters ; amongst which may be Mentioned the following, viz.— Ik is exclusively used in the Royal Laundry, and her Majesty's laundress says it is the finest Starch she ever used. Honorable mention was awarded at the Great Exhibition in London, in 1851. A prize medal was awarded for it at the New York Exliibition in 1853 ; and a prize medal was also awarded for it at the International Exhibition in London, 1862. Her Majesty's lace dresser says that it is the best she has tried ; and hundreds of grocers, &c, say that it pleases their customers better than any other, and perhaps the most striking proof of all is, that not withstanding the great depression in the cotton manufacturing trade, which influences the Starch trade materially, the Glenfleld Starch has continued to increase rapidly. The manufacturers have every confidence in asserting that if those ladies and laun- < dresses who do not regularly use this Starch would disregard the advice of interested dealers, who are allowed extra profits on inferior articles, and give it a fair trial, they would then feel satisfied with the very superior finish which it imparts to laces, linens' muslins, &c, the great saving of trouble in its application, and the entire absence of disappointment with the results, and would for the future, like the Queen's laundress, use no other. To be had of all respectable Grocers, Druggists, Oilmen, &c, &c, and wholesale of the manufacturers, ROBERT WOTHERSPOON & CO, Starch Purveyors to her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales j and manufacturers of Wotherspoon's Victoria Lozenges, which were awarded a prize medal for purity and excellence of quality at the International Exhibition of 1862. 46 Dunlop street, Glasgow ; and 66 Queen street, London, E.C. CAUTION.— CHLORODYNE, In Chancery. IT was cleariy proved before Vice-Chancel-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, 18G4. The public, therefore are cautioned against using any other than Dr. J. Collis Browne's Cholorodine. 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, soothe the restlessness of fever, and imparts the most refreshing sleep without producing of leaving any />f 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 scaled bottles, having the Government stamp, with the words, "Dr. J. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne" engraved thereon. A sheet full of medicial testimonials accompanieß each bottle. Sole manufacturer, J. T. Davenport, 33, < Ureut llusscll-street, Bluoinsbury, London.
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Post, Issue 272, 21 December 1865
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