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PUBLIC NOTICES JOHN GILLIE " FURNITURE WAREHOUSE,18 George street, Dukedin, Has opened otlt Handsome Italian and French BEDSTEADS, New Designß, in Black and Gold. SUPERIOR KAPOK BEDDING, Spring and Woollen FLOCK MATTRESSES, all sizes. Carpets, Rugs, Floorcloths, Linoleums, in handsome New Patterns. Furniture in great variety to choose from. Prices sent on application. Time Payments arranged. Terms very eaßy. O H N GILLIES, tr FUNERAL ESTABLISHMENTS, 18 Geobqe street, and 11 Great King btbeet. Funerals conducted in Town or Country. All necessary FuneralTTequisites kept in stock. Telephone 534. THE CELEBRATED ; Risi""' TOBACCO. New, Shipment Just Landed. - MENDELSOHN AND SON, Sole Agents for N.Z. AMERICAN RUBBER TYPE, STAMPS, AND INKS, RUBBER SIGN MARKERS, BRASS PLATES, STENCILS, Etc. EMNITZ AND NICHOLSON Engravebs, Dowltng btbeet (Opposite City Hall). DRINK ONLY MOATE&C?'? PURE CEYLON OR BLENDED TEAS. PUBLIC NOTICE.. B EVENING STAR RUNNERS' - SOCIETY Deliver Bills, Circulars, Plans etc., from house to house, in any district in Dunedin and Suburbs, from Is 6d per 100. Printing by the Evening Stab Office. For information, etc., apply to the Publisher, office of this paper. gIOYOLES. BICYCLES. A shipment of the Wil oe SOLD CHEAP to oloso consignment A. AND T. BURT, Ld. SMITH AND SMITH. OCTAGON, Have on Hand LAROE STOCKS OF EVEKY DESCRIPTION OF GLASS, Including— PLATE AND SHEET GLASS of all size? R0L pf E A D T/ LATE ' ™URED ROLLED PLATE in many tints. CORRUGATED GLASS for roof Kent* MUFFLED AND OATBEDRAL in 30 wellselected tints. FLUTED, GROUND, ORNAMENTAL RO3ETTES, etc., etc. VWAM ~« ±AL OPAL AND SILVERED FLUTED GLASS for Reflectors. GROUND OPAL for Painting on in tints and white. GLASS SHADES, square, oval, and round. All first-class quality and at lowest price. Send for our Lists. GLACIER WINDOW DECORATION Imitation of Stained Gla-s at a fraction of the coat; unequalled for all windows having a bad outlook. YACHTING SEASON. Anti-fouling Composition (Red and Green), Tarr and Wonssn's Copper Paint, Zinc Paint, and all materials for boat painting. SMITH AND SMITH. Ait-iN !—with Greasy Clothes WOMEN !-with Soiled Dres°es CHILDREN !-with Tar and Paint ra'your Clothes, THI3 IS FOR YOU 1 M'KENZIE'S SAFE CLOTH CLEANER AND CLOTHES REVIVER' ai. Grcat Hous ehold Stand-by. Absolutely in every economical and well-regulated home. THIS MARVELLOUS PREPARATION Cleans and makes Soiled Clothes like now''; Removes Spot?, Stains, and Grease from ...... Clothing; Completely takes off Tar, Paint, etc., from i/reases; Restores the Color to Carpets • Cleans Plate and Jewellery.' M'KENZIE'S REVIVER Possesses wonderful Cleansbg Properties, and is Pleasant and Soft to the Skin n,„ v T , RY 1T IN YOUR BATH! It will be almost as refreshing as a Turkish Bath. Removes Scurf and Dandruff from the-Haft aii r Tl ? val « ab k for Toilet Purposes. Allays Irritation of the Skin caused by Mobqmtoe3; Removes Grease off anything. The Strongest, the Cheapest, the Safest, the Best CLEANSING FLUID MANUFACTURED. Sold everywhere, by leading Grocers. Drapers, (Ttadb Mask on every Bottle.) I Without which none ia gennlae. t*-\ xteAm. -£^7 < 3*- i -.-Nr t.S*.E». 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 fcr the purpose indicated in the name." Onoa used always used. Has stood the test of time. Wonderfully chap, 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 ! 1..J «.« „„ m „,,.„,, 't ("II and "Washing Solutions" sold by Hawkers. £5 REWARD will be paid for information, on conviction, of any Door-to-door Vendor purEorting to sell as M'Kenzie's any article not earing my trade mark. Never sold by Hawkers' with my consent. If yon want to Save Money go and Buy M'KENZIE'S CLOTH CLEANER. " Stand not upon the order of your goine. but go at once." B I

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 10443, 12 October 1897

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 10443, 12 October 1897

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