FfJSLIO BOTIOBS HOUSEWIVES ! HOUSEWIVES ! ! HOUSEWIVES! 1 ! WHAT ABOUT THE STRING CLEANING’ M‘KBNZIE’3 FURNITURE POLISH id tbe beat you can buy. It baa stood the teat of time, and has no rivals. DO YOU DOUBT THIS ? i HERB IS THE EVIDENCE! j FIRST. —As an authority there is none \ higher in the colony than Mr F. Rawlings, ! House Steward to His Excellency the Governor, i Lord Glasgow. This gentleman, after three , years’ experience of it in Government House, writes: “I have used Mr M'Kenzie’s Furniture Polish for three years, and prefer it to any paste I have seen used either here or at Home for domestic use, and it is simpler of application.” If it is the best His Excellency’s Steward has been able to procure at Home or in the colon} - , you may depend upon it that IT HAS NO EQUAL. SECOND. —The big furniture warehouses always require a first-class article to rub up their furniture while on view and before sending out. M'KENZIE’S takes first rank. DO YOU DOUBT IT ? HERE IS THE EVIDENCE ! We hold testimonials from Messrs Scoullar and Chisholm: A. and T. Inglis; Hooper’s Furniture Warehouse, Octagon; Hitchcock Brothers; Dunedin Furniture Sale Rooms; Mackenzie and Sanders, George street. Bead Scoullar and Chisholm’s Testimonial! Scoullar and Chisholm, Cabinetmakers and Piano Dealers. AVellington, N.Z.. December 22nd, 1892. Mr M'Kenzie, Dear Sir,— We have tried your Furniture Cream, and can highly recommend it—being th« best we have used.—Yours truly, Scoullar and Chisholm. Original copies of tho above are on view at Messrs A. and J. M'Farlanes, Irvine and Stevenson’s, Young and Anderson’s. Ladies of Dunedin, is this not sufficient proof of the Valuable Properties of M'Kenzie’s Polish ? It will clean and brighten up Furniture of every description in less time than you would believe possible! It is a cleanly preparation, and not a nasty, greasy, sticky compound ! It is wonderfully economical, and goes a great length, and, MOST IMPORTANT OF ALL, It is lasting, and does not fade like “the morning mist before tho rising sun,” as most of the polishes do—“ Here to day, gone to-monow” j results. ’ M'KENZIB’S POLISH remains a Polish ON | THE FURNITURE ! i Trade Mark on Every Bottle : I F.P. with Pillar and Sphinx. Without which none is genuine. LOOK OUT FOR IMITATIONS. “ Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery,’” though we don’t quite appreciate it. Go to leading shops and ask for and you will get it—at Drapers, Grocers, Iron- | mongers. Furniture Warehouses, Chemists, Everywhere. Before using p’ease wash off the effects of greasy pastes from furniture. Not sold by hawkers. Take a note of this, and beware of anything offered as being AS GOOD AS M'KENZIE’S. “ Wise people learn by others’ experience ; Fools learn only by their own mistakes ! ” Be wise, and if von want your SPRING CLEANING EXPEDITIOUSLY and THOROUGHLY DONE use only M'KBNZIE'S FURNITURE RENOVATOR. Sold in Bottles at Is 6d and 2p*. BEWARE OF SPURIOUS IMITATIONS ! I STOCKING. THERE are thousands of mothers who would liko good Stockings for their boys and girls, hut don’t know where to go. GIVE US A TRIAL; wo will save you time, trouble, and money. Our STOCKINGS are manufactured from the best New Zealand Wool. JAMES M'WILLIAMS, Hosiery and Shirt Manufacturer, Royal Arcade, Dunedin. To bk Published in December, STONE’S' OTAGO AND SOUTHLAND Commercial, Municipal, and General DIRECTORY And 1898 New Zealand Annual. 1898 Fifteenth Year of Publication. Edited by JOHN STONE. NINE HUNDRED PAGES Of Invaluable Information, carefully compiled and concisely and systematically arranged, for 12s 6d to Subscribers. l ) (Send your orders to STONE, SON,; and CO., DUNEDIN. THE EVENING STAR JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT, Bond aißEer, Dunedin. fjpUIS OFFICE la prepared to execute JOB PRINTING of every description In large or small quantities, at strictly Moderate Prices, having a very large, varied, and modern assortment of Type and Machinery of the very best description for executing good work.
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