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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 10445, 15 October 1897
PUBLiq: NOTICES. MRN l—with Greasy Clothes, with Tar and Paint on your Clothes, THIS IS FOR YOU I , AND CLOTHES REVIVER ! ~ .Tne Great Hqnsehold Stand-by. . Aosplutely essential in every economical and well-regulated home. THIS MARVELLOUS PREPARATION eans and makes Soiled Clothes like new: Rsmoves 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. T . .„ . TRY IT IN YOUR B ATH! it will be almost as refreshing as a Turkish Bath. Removes Sourf and Dandruff from the Hair. ah .'lnvaluable for Toilet Putposes. Allays Irritation of the Skin-' caused by Mos' quitoes; Removes Grease off anything. The Strongest, the Cheapest, the Safest, the Best CLEANSING FLUID MANUFACTURED. Sold everywhere by leading Grocers, Drapers, Chemists, Ironmongers. (Ttade Mabk on every Bottle.) Without which none is genuine. mss--Professor Black, Professor of Chemistry in the OtagaUniversity, 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 cheap, 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 Patienoe. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS ! Aqd the numerous "Cleansers," "Cleaners," and "Washing Solutions" sold by Hawkers. £5 REWARD will be paid for information, on conviction, of any Door-to-door Vendor purporting to sell as M'Kenzie's any article not bearing my trade mark. Never Bold by Hawkers with my consent. "If you want to Save Money go and Buy M'KENZIE'S CLOTH CLEANER. " Stand not upon the order of your going, but go at once." CJMITH AND SMITH; OCTAGON, O Have on Hand LARGE STOCKS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION OF GLASS, Including— PLATE AND SHEET GLASS of all size*. ROLLED PLATE, FIGURED ROLLED PLATE in many tints. CORRTTGATED GLASS for roof lights. MUFFLED AND CATHEDRAL in 30 wellFLUTED, GROUND, ORNAMENTAL ROSETTES, etc. eto. ; OPAL AND SILVERED FLUTED GLASS for 'Reflectors. GROUND OPAL for Painting on in tints and white. GLASS SHADES, square, oval, and round. All first-olaas quality and at lowest price. Send for onr Lists. «L*CIER WINDOW DECORATION. Imitation of Stained Glass at a fraction of the cost; unequalled for all windows having a bad outlook. YACHTING SEASON. Anti-foulintt Composition (Red and Green), Tarr and Wonson's Copper Paint. Zinc Paint, and all materials for boat painting.. SMITH AND SMITH. MEN STAET AT MY STATEMENTS BENJAMIN GUM. THOUSANDS of BOTTLES have been sold, and universal praise of its curative qualities la the result. I could fill columns of this newspaper with testimonials, but you can save me that expense by trying a bottle. I will guarantee it to cure your cough, or I will return the price. IT CANNOT FAIL ! ' REMEMBER! BENJAMIN GUM -Is an old-fashioned remedy, now for the first time scientifically prepared for the public use. Extract from the ' Weekly Press': The Benjamin Tree is a native of Sumatra, Borneo, and Siam, and yields a balsamic resin, employed by the islanders for all pectoral affections, with marvellous efficacy The preparation of Spencer Vine nt contains the resin in its pure state, combined with a flavoring oil, whioh renders it highly palatable. This remedy for Coughs and Colds is unequalled for both adults and children, and it may be absolutely relied upon to cure chronic diseases of the chest if regularly and continuously used. Within a few weeks of its Introduction to New Zealand by Mr Vincent many .wonderful cures have been effeoted by its means. It must be used consistently with the directions given to prove its value. |,..' . Note the Name: SPENCER VINCENT'S GREAT BENJAMIN GUM EXTRACT. Take no other Remedy, but insist on having BENJAMIN GUM. PRICE Is 6d. Obtainable; from all respeotable Chemists and General Storekeepers. 4SK for the Blue Bell Brand of Oatmeal, and see that you get it. FTER the Office is closed the Evening ,_ _ _ Stab may be obtained from lads standing at Grand Hotel corner, Octagon (George street corner), and from p . Mitchell, Arcade.
WHAT? WHAT? WHAT THE PROPER PLACE TO GO FOR RIGHT DOWN STERLING VALUE IN GROCERIES -< PROVISIONS, SMALL GOODS, Etc., .#'s-: •■ ■■- ■■ is thb CO-OPERATIVE CASH STORES, 172 PRINCES STREET SOUTH. EVERYTHING SOLD AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE CASH PRICES. men?" ffiwSJtSl. 1 " "' lßM| "* l 8 I^^ h ta e^ual to a^thin e "Id at 6d per lb 1.-„ OUR SPECIALLY SELECTED 2/ HILL-GROWN CEYLON TEA, forwarded direct from the gardens, the best value in New Zealand. NOTE.—Our Teas do not reiuire high-sounding names to make them sell. ONCE USED, ALWAYS USED. THE BEST SUGAR, WITH TEA, 2|-D PER LB. GENUINE DAIRY-FED HAMS AND BACON. No inferior quality kept. Our Turnover is Urge in this Department, and attended to by thoroughly qualified Assistants. ' SPECIAL LINES IN SMALL GOODS: i CAMBRIDGE SAUSAGES, GERMAN SAUSAGES, PRESSED MEAT BOILED SMOKED HAM, AND BOILED OX BEEF. ™™c°!„^ n i d ° tter l h n wni your O'dew along. No one requires to make up for the nonffigoing. Where - A!I ° n * h "'" m, > footin * Buy for ready money and get the besi GEORGE GILM OUR, _.:•.;; CO-OPERATIVE CASH STORE 3, 172 PRINCES STREET SOUTH. M PUREST VntGINIAN TOBACCO. STEI-KB ON THE BOX. TIP PERFECTLY HARMLESS. SEE MEDICAL TESTIMONIALS ENCLOSED IN EACH BOX. OBTAINABLE FROM ALL TOBACCONISTS.
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