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PUBLIC NOTICES. JJi Neuralgia or Fawaohe; 2s 6d per bottle. Kempson, chemist. 99 George street Best Sugar.; All grooera. i I*LY at Simon Brothers'.—Reliable Beehive ',' Boots; all made in our owafactory ; wear HOUSE WIVES 1 HOUSEWIVES I! HOUSEWIVES!^!. WHAT ABOUT THE SPRING GLEANING? M'KENZIE'S . 'FURNitURE POLISH is the beßt.you can buy. It hag stood the test of time, and has no rivals. DO YOU DOUBT THIS? >- . . HERE IS THE'EVIDENCE! • FIRST. —As an authority" there is none higher in the- colony than Mr T?. Railings, House Steward to His Excellenoy the Governor, Lord Glaßgow. This gentleman, after three years' experience of it in Government House, writes: " I have used Mr M'Kenzie'a Furniture Polish for three years, and prefer it to any paste I,have-seen used eitber here or at Home for domestic use, and it is simpler of .applfoation." If it is the best His Excellency'* Steward has been able to procure at Home or in the oolony, you may depend upon, it that IT HAS NO .EQUAL..:..:. ,;• . *. A . . SECOND.—The big furniture warehouses alwayi require a first-class article to rub up 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; Hitohcook Brothers; Dunedin Furniture Sale Rooms; Mackenzie and Sanders, George Street. Read Scoullar and Chisholm's Testimonial! Scoullar and Chisholm, i Cabinetmakers and Piano Dealers. Wellington, N.Z.. December 22nd, 1892. Mr M'Kenzie, Dear Sir,—We have tried your Furnituro Cream; and can highly recommend it—being the best we have used.—Yours truly, Scoullar and Chisholm; Original copies of the above are on view at Messis A. and J. M'Farlanes, Irvine and Stevenson's, Youngand Anderson's. Ladies of Dunedin, .is this not sufficient proof of tho 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 I It is wonderfully economical, and goes a great length, and, MOST IMPORTANT OF ALL, It is lasting, and does not.fado like "the morning mist before the rising suo," as most of thepolisheß do—"Here to day, gone to-morrow " results. M'KENZIE'S POLISH remains a Polish ON . THE FURNITURE ! LOOK OUT FOR IMITATIONS. "Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery," though we don't quite appreciate it. Go to leading shops andask for M'KENZIE'S and you will get it—at Diapers, Grocers, Ironmongers, Furniture Warehouses, Chemists, Everywhere. (Trade Mark on every Bottle.) Without which none is genuine. *.*».*». 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 vou want your SPRING CLEANING EXPEDITIOUSLY and THOROUGHLY DONE use pn'y M'KENZIE'S FURNITURE RENOVATOR. Sold in Bottleß at 1b 6d and 2s. BEWARE OF SPURIOUS IMITATIONS ! \J just, opened; inspection invitsd. Simon ■Brothers, George street. THE "RECORD" BLEND ! --■-© - o r> - x. xr o if" - •. Pure Blended Indian and Ceylon. No. 1, la lOd; No. 8, 2s per lb. ASK FOR IT, AND'HaVE NO OTHER, WILL IA M TAY LOR, PfiOPBIKtORi CRAWFORD STREET.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 10446, 16 October 1897

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 10446, 16 October 1897

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