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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 10433, 30 September 1897
PATENTS. TRADE MARKS. Established 1882. HENRY HUGHES, C.8., M.8., Begd. Patent Agent by Govt. Exam., MANSE STREET, DUNEDIN, And at Christchurch, Wellington, Napier, and Auckland. Patents and Trade Marks obtained in all Countries. Specifications and Drawings accurately prepared. MEN ! —with Greasy Clothes, WOMEN!—with Soiled Dresses, CHILDREN ! —with Tar and Paint on your Clothes, . THIS IS FOR YOU! M'KENZIE’S SAFE CLOTH CLEANER AND CLOTHES REVIVER ! The Great Household 7 Stand-by. Absolutely essential in' every economical and well-regulated home. THIS MARVELLOUS PREPARATION Cleans and makes Soiled Clothes like new; Removes Spots, Stains, and Grease from Clothing; Completely takes off Tar. Paint, etc., from Dresses; Restores the Color to Carpets; Cleans Plate and Jewellery. M'KENZIE’S REVIVER Possesses wonderful Cleansing Properties, and is Pleasant and Soft to the Skin. TRY IT IN YOUR BATH! It wUI be almost as refreshing as a Turkish Bath. Removes Scurf and Dandruff from the Hair. Invaluable for Toilet Purposes. Allays Irritation of tho Skin caused by Mosquitoes; Removes Grease off anything. Tho Strongest, the Cheapest, the Safest, the Best CLEANSING FLUID MANUFACTURED, Sold everywhere by leading Grocers, Drapers, - Chemists, Ironmiilgers. Professor Black, Professor of Chemistry in the Otago University, certifies as follows :—“ I have analysed M'Kenzie’s Safe Cloth Cleaner and Reviver, and find it very well adapted for the purpose indicated in the name.”' Once used always used. Has stood the test of time. Wonderfully ch;'ap, Is and Is 3d bottle. Cleans anything from a Printer’s Inky Blanket to a Silk Handkerchief. THE VERY THING FOR SPRING CLEANING, Saves Half Soap, Half Labor, Half Time, besides the Saving in Money, . Temper, and Patience. • BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.! And the numerous “Cleansers,” “Cleaners,” and “Washing Solutions” sold by Hawkers. £5 REWARD will be paid lor information, on conviction, of any Door-to-door Vendor purporting to sell as M'Kenaie’s any article not bearing my trade mark. Never sold by Hawkers ■With my consent. . If you want to Save Money go and Buy M'KENZIE’S CLOTH GLEANER. “ Stand not upon the order of your going, but go at once.” [Card.] J. AND 0. M. MO U A Barristers and Solicitors, HAVE REMOVED their Offices to T, ALBERT BUILDINGS, PRINCES STREET (Opposite the Post Office). The perpetual trustees, estate, AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED. Capital £125,000 Directors : The Hem, W. H, Reynolds, M.L.O. Hon. W. Downie Stewart, M.L.O. Thomas Moodie, Esq, Walter Hislop, Esq, Manages Walter Hislop, This Company acts as Executor or Trustee under wills and settlements; as Attorney for absentees or others; manages properties; negotiates loans; collects Interest, rent, and dividends; and conducts all general agency business. . A - MORRISON, J0 n ] .« (Late Foreman A. Morrison & Co., Ltd, BbASSFOUNDER AND ELECTRO-PLATER, MAN! faotueee op evert description op Brass Goods. Old Ware Replated equal to New in Silve Nickel, Gold, etc. Bicycle Plating a Specials Telephone 69. Address: MORAY PLACE EAST. STOUT for Invalids.—Strachan’s, the best In the market; strongly recommended.' Obtainable all leading grocers. KBMPSON is undoubtedly “worming” 7 ■ himself into public notice; see window.' 99 George street. ST. GEORGE JAM—Beat in the Market, All Grocers. PERHAPS A NEW IDEA. * A WORD about cod liver nil, please. You may not have time to read an exhaustive article oft the subject; but a few facts may interest you. _ Cod liver oil is an animal oil, and, like all animal matter, it decomposes unless specially treated. The best cod liver oil—highest in medicinal properties—comes from the other end of the earth—Norway. When you buy it in its plain state the chances are it has a rancid taste. This is due to decomposition, which robs the oil of the very properties you .want. 7 Still, what can you expect of an animal product exposed more or leas to air for perhaps months? If yon are scrofulous,' consumptive, anaemic, or generally weak and emaciated, with pale cheeks and no vitality, you need cod liver oil. If your children do not thrive, they need it. Why not take it in its beat form? Scott’s Emulsion preserves the oil, keeps it and sweet, retaining its medicinal properties. A perfect emulsion, like Scott’s Emulsion, is a partially digested oil, and thus is in an easy form- for the digestive organa. A baby or a dyspeptic can take Scott’s. Emulsion.. And besides this rich, first-grade Norway oil, Scott’s Emulsion contains the hypophosphites of lime and soda; which aid 'digestion, stimulate 'the nerves and brain, and are indispensable to children.-with a tendency, to curvature. The combination of these standard remedies makes an ideal preparation for overcoming the wasting tendencies of the sy stem. . Scott’s Emulsion is sweet to the taste. You do not know you are taking oil at all. It is like cream, and; as a matter of fact','it is to plain oil what cream is to butter. Cream is an emulsion of butter, and .this is why-physicians recommend cream instead of butter. Scott’s Emulsion is an emulsion of oil, and is preferred by physicians for many reasons, a few of which we have given,
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