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PUBLIC NOTICES. M'LEOD BROTHERS, Ltd,, MANUFACTURERS OF SOAPS, CANDLES, LUBRICATING OILS, GLYCERINE, ESSENCES, AND PERFUMERY. XT AYINQ introduced New Names and Brands for some of our SOAPS and CANDLES, wo beg to draw special attention to our best Soap, “LAUNDRINE,” for which wo were awarded First Order of Merit at the late Melbourne International Exhibition. None but the very purest and best materials being used in the manufacture of this quality, it does not injure the most delicate skin or finest fabric, and will be found most economic for all ordinary household purposes, while in the laundry it cannot be surpassed. Our standard qualities, formerly known as THREE CROWN, TWO CROWN, AND HOUSEHOLD, will in future ho designated THREE HEART, TWO HEART, AND ONE HEART, respectively. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR OUR L E A N U I N R D N R U I A N E SOAP. BEST VALUE OBTAINABLE. We have also much pleasure in announcing that we are now manufacturing very superior PARAFFIN AND COMPOSITE CANDLES, which compare very favorably with the best Euglisn and Foreign Brands. The manufacture of TOILET SOAPS, ESSENCES, and PERFUMERY is under the management of practical experts, and the rapidly increasing demand for those goods is a guarantee of thoir superiority. M'LEOD BROTHERS, Ltu., Cumberland street, Lvne»in. D.LC. GRAND EXHIBITION NEW SPRING FASHIONS No\y being held. Inspection invited. D.1.0., Hush an» Rattbat Streets. P. LAING, Manager. B. HALLBNSTBIN, Chairman of Directors. ST. GEORGE JAM. Once used, always used, All Grocers.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 8012, 14 September 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 8012, 14 September 1889

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