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PUBLIC NOTICES. M A I Z B N A. [Trade Mark.] TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. MESSRS DURYEA in the year 185G invented and adopted the word or combination of letters “MA.IZENA ” as a Trade Mark. MAIZ B N A Has received Highest Pr’ze Medals at International Exhibitions at— Philadelphia, 1878 Havre, 1868 Paris 1887 Paris, 1878 London, 1862 Hamburg, 1883 Cologne, 1815 Altona, 18G9 Netherlands, 1869 New South Wales, 1875 Capo Town, 1877 Brussels, 1876 Loudon Annual, 1873 Mataazas, 1881, And at American Institute, Franklin Institute, 1874 1857 Bdtimore Institute Pennsylvanialnstitute, 185 J 18 7 South Carolina Institute, 1870. Also, at Fairs of St .tes and Counties, and IN EVEiiY INSTANCE WHERE IT HAS BEEN EXHIBITED. Note —Purchasers should Insist on being Supplied with DUBTEA’S MAIZENA, as other inferior kinds are being offered. “CRYSTAL” KEROSENE. 150deg test; water-white. Extra strong tins, fitted with Patent Faucet Nozzle. SAFE, BRI! LIANT, ECONOMICAL. The Boat Oil in the Market. W A R ! PATENT PORTABLE GAS VERSUS COAL GAS AND KEROSENE. THE CHEAP AND BEAUTIFUL LIGHT MEN (Otherwise GRAY AND LESTER, ST. ANDREW STREET, DUNEDIN) Are Running a CHOICE ILLUMINATION, Which threatens some day to lower the quotations on Ga? Shares and take the place of Kerosene Lamps, This firm have for some six years carried on business in Sydney, and having mot with much success, they have Opened a Branch at the above address. The firm claim to produce a light that equals gas, and at a less cost. The light is produced by moans tf a lamp, the reservoir of which is supplied with gas oil, which burns with a clearness and evenness that are guarantees of its merit. The supply is regulated from one to twenty-four candle power by means of the burner, which is of the simplest construction imaginable. Tho main features in these gas oil lamps are: no wick, no trimming, no glasses, and freedom from the usual troubles arising from other lamps The oil is virtually a gas and can be supplied at the rate of 4s Gd per gallon, 5s worth of which equals 1,000 feet of lighting power. l-ne remarkable fact in connection with the oil is that it does not burn wood or other material if accidentally set fire to, but blazes for a few seconds and volatilises. It is a powerful purifier, and is also said to be a valuable food preserver. The utility of these lamps, which can be supplied in qualities from the stable to the drawing room, are well suited for railway platforms, hotels, etc , giving a brilliant light, which is a great desideratum in country districts ; added to these traits, tho lamp whilst lighted can he carrifd about with impunity. With each lamp instructions are sent, and if these are fully attended to, there is no possible fear of danger. The firm purpose when fully in working order to provide carriages, cabs, and other vehicles with their lamps. As a recommendation, it may be mentioned that his Excellency Lord Carrington, tho Governor of New South Wales, uses the oil that generates the gas in his carriage lamp*, and finds it gives every satisfaction. The New Zealand Insurance Company are prepired to insure the property of any persona in the colonies using these lamps. Persona interested in the progress of this system of lighting, cannot do better than call on Gray and Lester and see the “ light ” for themselves. Full particulars on application at Office, or by Post. A liberal commission allowed to the Trade. AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY TOWN IN NEW ZEALAND, GRAY AND LESTER, St. Andrew street, Dunedin, TO THE NERVOUS AND DEBILITATED CONSULT Barron Gardner (late of Suffolk street, Pall Mall, London, England), Specialist in Diseases of Genito-Urinary Organs and Nervous System. Consulthim onNervousDebility, Physical Exhaustion, thelndiscrotions of Youth, Seminal Losses, Spermatorrhoea, Skin, Venereal, and allied Disorders. Barron Gardner has made these diseases a lifelong study, and he has had the very great practical advantage of a very largo private practice, extending over a period of thirty years. Consultation, 10 to 9 p.m. The Gardner Eclectic Medical Institute, a few doors from the Palace Skating Rink, Moray place, Dunedin. A SURE REMEDY FOR BALDNESS. HIOEMAN’S~EOLIPBB HAIR PRODUCER (Registered). This Preparation Eclipses All Others.^ A New Discovery for tho growth of Hair on the Head and Face; for removing and preventing Dandruff, and arresting .the fall of the Hair. It cures any disease of the scalp, and causes new growth on the head after being bald for years. Where it has become weak and thin, from whatever cause, it quickly restores it to its natural vigor. MARVELLOUS SUCCESS I Pronounced to bo tho Greatest Boon to Mankind ever discovered. This preparation has cared what all medical science has hitherto pronounced incurable—viz., that once the hair had fallen from scrofulous affection It would never grow again—for which there was no specific until this was discovered by J, Hickman, who claims it to be Nature’s only remedy for all kinds of baldness, Ask your chemist for circular, and see testimonials. Each bottle contains supply for one month. Price, 4s, of S. S, BANNISTER, A. T. PRICE, WILKINSON AND CO., A. M. LOASBY, And all Chemists throughout the Colony. Sole Agents ... N.Z. DRUG COMPANY. THE EVENING STAR. gUBSORIBERS In the Country can have their Papers Left at any Railway Station along the Line. PRICE ONE PENNY. GEORGE JAM.All Grocers. -Bea in the market. IAOOCE’S Pore. Jams are made from the best sugar. All storekeepers keep them.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 7921, 31 May 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 7921, 31 May 1889

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