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Those who really would like-a first-class second-hand cycle in thorough repair ,will find, a largo assortment to chooso/from at the " Speedwell Cycle Works," 155 George street.—[Advt.l PCBLIO NOWOEB. H. S. -FISH AND SON. . ALSOMINE. - Landed, ex Rakaia, .20 . Cases,- in 18 different colors.. . • ALBOMINE.—A splendid Water Taint for Plaster Walls; will-not rub off; in 51b" packets, 5d per lb. PAPERHANGINGS. —2O Bales Assorted Goods', Sanitarys from 6d, Golds Is, Pulps from 3d. *n&7HITK- Lead. Oils, Colors. Brushware, VV Gold -Paint, .Dry Stains, and. all Painters' Requisites at 'wholesale prices for cash. VAUNISU. Conrad Schmidt s celebrated brand : we hold the largest stock in the City. Oak, 93 per gallon. ELDER'S Quinine and Iron Tonic—Firstolasß "toner" after influenza; also for general debility, weakness, etc.; 2s 6d a bottle. 71 LDEK'S lodised Blood Purifier is just the -J right thing as a spring medicine, curing Bkin eruptions: and acting as a good blood renovator ; 2s a bottle. \ . JQJ influenza, and all .bronchial affections; pleasant to take ; la 6d a bottle. iLDKR'S Headache Caohets cure bad headLU aches in 20 minutes-; Is box'of 12. MISCELLANEOUS.\ >HODES, Steam Laundry, N;E. Valley. Telephone 780. Von collect* parcels. BOTTLED Alo and Stout.—Ask your Grocer for Straohan's, and do not.take inferior j brands..* . :.' . " T. GEORGE JAM. —Selected Fruit and [ >C} Beßt Sugar. All grocers. / >| RiiGG S Oott'ee , Essence is aiow perfeot; \UT try it; comparison invited : ; twenty per cent, cheaper than imported; all g-rooers. CUP or the finest Coffee made instantly by using W. Grejtg and Co.'b Essence of OofFeo; all eroenra • TOUT for Invalids.—fctraohon's, the best iu I O the market; strongly recommended. Obtainable all leading grooerc . ONLY at Simon Brothers'.—Reliable Beehive Boots; all made in our'own factory ; wear guaranteed. . Christmas. And New Year PRIZE STORY COMPETITION. '.....,..;;.,... Five Guineas '.'. •.,.,;...ThrceGuirfeas 8gp°.......;,,T..',.Tw0 Guineas Will be awarled-'bv the tors of the Eveniko STAn to the Authors of . ORIGINAL STORIES that are placed First, Second, and. Third, in order of merit, by gentlemen to be hereafter appointed as judges. All MSS. intended for Competition mustbe'in the hands of tbo Editor NOT LATER THAN NOVEMBER 15.,.. " » No Story must contain less than 5.259 nor more than 10500 words. _ '.•■'■' ... All Rights in the Prize Compositions are reserved to ■ the Proprie- • tors of the Evening Stab. . ■ "Copy'! MUST:^BE V ''TYPP'-, WRITTEN, on one-side ..of the, paper only. ' ' Dunedtn, October'l6, 1897. • •.•••. MEN START AT MY .STATEMENTS BENJAMIN GUM. THOUSANDS of BOTTLES have been sold, . and universal praise of its curative qualities is the result. I could fill columns of this newspaper with testimonials, but you oan save me that expense by trying a bottle. I will guaranty'it to cure your cough, or I will return the price-. -, : •' IT CANNOT JfAIL IREMEMBER! BENJAMIN. GUM'" \ Is an old-fashioned remedy, now for the first time scientifically prepared for Republic nse;i Extract from the ' Weekly PreW': The Benjamin Tree is a native of Bornea, and Siam, and yields a balsamic resin, employed by the Islanders- for all; pectoral affections, with marvellous -.efficacy. The preparation of Spencer Vinemt contains the resin in its pure state, combined with a flavoring oil, which 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 afewweijkß "of its introduction to New Zealand by> MrVincent many wonderfuljsures have been effected by its means. It must be used consistently with the directions given to prove its value. ' ' . Note the Name: •';' SPENCER VINOENT'3 GREAT BENJAMIN GUM EXTRACT. .''-'".' ~, Take no other Remedy, hut insist on having BENJAMIN GUM. V " . " ■"■'' "'■: '■f-'.'.r'"'. Obtainabie]from.all respectable Cherfltotfl and. General '

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 10449, 20 October 1897

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 10449, 20 October 1897

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