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notices. I ; t > public notice. 1 .HE 'EVENING; STAB : RUNNERS' . SOOIBTY fieliver JBilts, Circulars, Plans to.', from house-fo house, iuany district in )unedin aindSuburos, from Is 6d per 100. PBnmso.by theEvENiNOStab Office. For information, etc., apply to the Publisher, ffice of this paper. THE CELEBRATED 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. rEMNITZ AND .NICHOLSONSk.- • Ekgbavebs, DOWLTNO STBEBT (OPPOSITE CITY HALL). DRINK ONLY NELSON ■ 1 MOATE&C?? PURE CEYLON OR BLENDED TEAS. SMITH AND SMITH, OCTAGON, Have on Hand , LARGE STOCKB OF EVERY DESCRIPTION OF GLASS, ,' ' : Including— PLATE AND SHEET GLASS of all sizes. ROLLED PLATE, FIGURED ROLLED PLATE in many tints. CORRUGATED GLASS for roof light.-. MUFFLED AND CATHEDRAL in 30 well- ' selected tints. -•'•.-• FLUTED, GROUND, ORNAMENTAL RO3ETTES, etc, etc. OPAL AND SILVERED FLUTED GLASS for Reflectors. GROUND OPAL for Painting on in tints and • white. GLASS SHADES, square, oval, and found. All first-class quality and at lowest price. ■ Send for our Lists. GLACIER WINDOW DECORATION. Imitation of Stained Glass at a fraction of the coBt; unequalled • for all windows having a bad outlook. YACHTING SEASON. Anti-fouling Composition (Red and Green), Tarr and Wonsen'n Copper Paint, Zinc Paint, and all materials for boat painting. :~ . SMITH AND SMITH. HOUSEWIVE3 1 HOUSEWIVES 1 ' HOUSEWIVES! ! ! WHAT ABOUT THE SPRING CLEANING! M'KENZIE'S FURNITURE POLISH is the best you can buy. It has stood the test of time, and has no rivals. DO YOU DOUBT THIS ? HERE IS THE EVIDENCE 1 FIRST. —Ab an authority there is none higher in the colony than Mr F. Rawlings, House Steward to His Escellenoy the Governor, Lord Glasgow. This gentleman, after three years experience of it in Government House, writes: "I have used Mr M'Kenzie's Furnituro Polish for three years, and prefer it to any paste I have seen used eitter here or at Home for domeatic use, and It is simpler of applica. tion." If it is.the best His Excellency's Steward has been able to procure at Home or in the colony, you may depend upon it-that IT HAS NO EQUAL. SECOND.—The big furniture warehouses alway< require a flrst-clasß article to mb up their furniture while on view and before Bendins out. M'KENZIE'S takes first rank. DO YOU DOUBT IT ?~ HEBE IS THE EVIDENCE! We hold testimonials from Messrs Sooullar and Chisholm; A. and T. Inglis; Hooper's. Furniture Warehouse, Octagon; Hitchoock Brothers; Dunedin Furniture Sale Room 9! Mackenzie and Sanders, George street. Read Sooullar and Cbisholm's Testimonial! Scoullar and Chisholm, Cabinetmakers and Piano Dealers. Wellington, N.Z.. December 22nd, 1892. Mr M'Kenzie, Deae Sir,—We have tried your Furnituro Cream, and can highly recommend it-being the best we have used.—Yours truly, . Scoullak and Chisholm. Original copies of the above are on view at Messrs A. and J. M'Farlanes, Irvine and Stevenson's, Young and Anderson's. Ladie3 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! morning mist before the rising, sun," as most of the polishes do—" Here today, gone to-morrow " results. M'KENZIE'S POLISH remains a Polish'ON THE FURNITURE 1 LOOK OUT FOR IMITATIONS. Imitation is the sinoerest form of flattery," though we don't quite appreciate it. - Go to leading shops and ask for M'KENZIE'S and yon will get it—ajb Drapers, Grocers, Ironmongers, Furniture Warehouses, Chemists, Everywhere. (Trade Mahk on evehy Bottle.) ~ ] .Without which none is genuine. *.F\S?. Before using p'ease wash off the effects of greasy '":';,' pastea from furniture, j, ;■>'.'•", 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 you want your SPRING CLKANING EXPEDITIOUSLY and THOROUGHLY DONE use on'y M'KENZIE'S FURNITURE RENOVATOR. Sold in Bottles at Is 6d and 2s. BEWARE OF SPURIOUS IMITATIONS! TRACHAN'S Bottled 'Ale.—Special Brews 7 now ready. Result: Daily increasing justness DONTALGIO Extract gives instant relief ,_, from Toothache; Is Dottle." Kempson, chemist, 99 George street.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 10450, 21 October 1897

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 10450, 21 October 1897

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