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PUBLIC NOTICES. M A I Z K N A. [Trade Makk.'l TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. MESSRS DURYEA iu the year 1856 invented and adopted the word or combination of letters “MAIZENA ” as a Trade Mark. MAI ZE N A Has received Highest Prize Medals at International Exhibitions at— Philadelphia, 1876 Paris, 1807 Paris, 1878 Loudon, 1862 Hamburg, 1863 Cologne, 1865 Altona, 1869 Havre, 1868 Netherlands, 1869 Now South Wales, 1875 Capo Town, 1877 Brussels, 1876 London Annual, 1873 Matanzaa, 1881, And at American Institute, Franklin Institute, 1874 1857 • Baltimore Institute Pennsylvania Institute, 1859 18d7 South Carolina Institute, 1870. Also, at Fairs of States and Counties, and IN EVERY INSTANCE WHERE IT HAS BEEN EXHIBITED. Note. —Purchasers should Insist on being Supplied with DURYBA’S MAIZENA., as other inferior kinds arc being offered. "CRYSTAL” KEROSENE. 150deg test; water-white. Extra strong tins, fitted with Patent Faucet Nozzle. SAFE, BRILLIANT, ECONOMICAL. The Best Oil in the Market. A NDRBVV LEES, 48 GEORGE STREET, Established 1859.) PAPERHANGINGS. The Very Latest Designs iu PAPERHANGINGS, Just Arrived ex Plelone and Ralston. JAPANESE DECORATIONS AND SATINETTES. Beautiful Selection in DRAWING AND DINING ROOM PAPERS. We invito Inspection, as this class of Paper hangings are entirely New, and have not been Introduced here before. Please Note the Addiess ANDREW LEES, 48 GEORGE STREET, DUNEDIN gPEIGHT AND CO.’S PRIZE BEER G. R. West, Esq., 135 Euston rood, London. Dear Sir,—Being intimate with one of the principal supervisors of excise here I sent him a few dozen of Messrs Speight and Co.’s Dunedin Beer with the object of getting the opinion of the Excise Chemist on it; and lam glad to say he has pronounced it one of the finest Beers lie ever analysed, it having the high specific gravity of lO.SOdeg, the greatest amount of spirit and the least quantity of acid he ever came across. When I tell you that every shipment of Boer going out of the Clyde must be sampled by the excise officers and then analysed by their chemists, I consider this opinion is hotter than anything else I could say on it. At present the Beer is too flat to send to anyone not an expert in the trade; but as soon as it comes into condition 1 will have it distributed. Yours very truly, (Signed) ROBB, MOORE, AND CO. (Per H. S. Moore).

A Correspondent writes Please send me some more of that Spkioht’B Ale you are bottling. I am very particular boat the beer I have, and hitherto have had a down on “Colonial,” preferring to pay the nigher price for the best brands of English Bottled Ale. I must confess, however, that what you have sent me pleases me in every respect as well as any I have ever used. Perhaps the great difference in price between 10a and 14s a dozen has affected my judgment, but I do not think so. At any rate, so long as you maintain the quality at the same standard you should be able to supplant the imported article. To John Barron, 29 Rattray street, RHEINQOLD CIGARS. THE following letter, which, among many others, has recently been received, fully bears out the reputation claimed for the above cigars:— Grand Hotel, Dunedin, September 23,1889. During my visits to the colonies I have found it difficult to obtain good cigars at moderate prices. I have tried them at many prices, from (5J up to Is 6d each, but without satisfaction. I did not think of trying below 6d until a few RHBINGOLDS were offered me, and after smoking them I was convinced they were very good cigars, and wondered I had not hit on them before; but on learning their price I understood why 1 could not get them in the best hotels. , As an old smoker I can confidently assert that they are better than any cigar for which I have paid 6d in the innumerable hotels 1 have stayed at in the Australasian colonies. Fkedbbio MACOABB. Mr Maurice Joel, Crawford street, Dunedin. ROBERTSON, SANDERSON, AND CO.’S CELEBRATED MOUNTAIN DEW WHISKY Is the Best in the Market. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. WWOOD, of Stuart street, has taken • over the REFRES HMENT and DINING ROOMS in Rattray street lately carried on by Thos. Broadway. This well-known Establishment having been Refurnished throughout, patrons can rely on having every comfort and convenience. LUNCHEON FROM 12 TO 3. N.B.—Grills, Hot Pies, Tea, Coffee, Cocoa, and Light Refreshments always ready. Wedding, Christening, and Birthday Oakes kept in stock, or made to order on the shortest notice. Guaranteed of the best quality. CATERING. Balls, Wedding Parties, Dances, Picnics, etc,, Catered for In very best style.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 8040, 17 October 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 8040, 17 October 1889

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