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Perfect test of satisfied Customers can only.beobtamedby ascertaining the amount of business done, and -we have therefore decided to present a DUNLOP BICYCLE (Lady's or Gent's) to the person returning a correct answer to the following Conundrum:— How many MILES OP BICYCLES have been sold by us in Australasia fitted WITH DIJNLOP TYRES During the last Three Years ? The figures have been made up for us by an account.nt.and duly vouched FOR. All Guesses must be marked "Dunlop Puzzle," and must reach us by 30th November, and NOTHING "Will be received after that date. Tho number of Guesses is limited only by the number of Coupons cut from the ' New Zealand Wheelman,' published in Christchurch. Should no Guess prove absolutely correct the Guess most nearly approximate will win tho Prize. Should more Guesses than one prove correct the value of the Prize will be equally divided in Cycles or Accessories. THE AUSTRAL CYCLE AGENCY, LIMITED, 123 GEORGE STREET, DUNEDIN; COLOMBO STREET, OHRISTCHUROH.
UPWARDS OF TWENTY MEDALS Awabded for Excellence. tS- OBTAINS A PRIZE WHEREVER EXHIBITED. ESTLE'S SWISS OAN BE USED FOR ALL PURPOSES OF ORDINARY MILK. .. From the Milk .of (Bows having an extensive inge on the healthy and fertile aides of the Aps, breathing the Pdbb Aib and feeding on the Buooulent graaseu of thataalubrlouß region— TBB FIKEST MILK-PHODUOINO OODNTRT IN THE WOBLD. ffITABkforNESTLE'.S, and see tnat yon get it, "as inferior Foreign and English brands are sometimes substituted. Wholesale Agents ' MACEERRAS AND HAZLETT, BONDSTBEET. 'EURANODYNE relieves most virulent \ Neuralgia or Facuache; 2s 6d per bottle. Eempson, ohemist, 99 George street TOUT for Invalids.—Straehan's, the bait in the market; strongly recommended. Obtainable all leading grocers. THE WORLD MOVES. "OT so very many years ago the man who .1 might have suggested the possibility of Bending a message over a wire to England would have been thought insane. Twenty-five years ago to have prescribed cod-liver oil in any form for dyspeptic symptoms would have been received in about the same way. But the world moves. We are not doing things as our parents did at our age. We are discovering many new uses of cod-fiver oil, thanks to Scott's Emulsion. A gentleman in England writes : " Some three or four years ago I had a severe attack of influenza, leaviDg behind it as a legacy a recurrence (often from day today) of most excruciating spasms in the region ot my stomach, frequently after meals. I so suffered for three years, trying every remedy under the sun, but < all proved of no avail. I at last bethought me that I would try Scott's Emulsion, which at that time a very delicate girl was taking to her great benefit. After taking, say, half a dozen bottle 3 or so, I seemed to gain more strength and put more flesh on to my bones, which before were appreciably getting more exposed. The pain seemed to gradually lessen as' I gained flesh and strength, my food seemed to digest better, and the pains became only of two or three months' recurrence. Persisting still in taking Scott s Emulsion up to the present date, I may say that I am now perfectly cured of these pains,, and am well and healthy in every respeot. I verily believe, had I not taken in hand your valuable tonic, I should not now have been alive to bear testimony to the valuable properties of Scott's Emulsion, which I am now constantly recommending (and with marvellous effect in many caßes) to all suffering similarly as I have for years suffered. My friends can all bear testimony to the wonderful changes it has effected on my constitution, and with every feeling of gratitude to you -I beg to subscribe myself, yours faithfully (signed) F. S. Colquhoun, The Hall, Owston Ferry, Bawtry, England, January 20th, 1896." Having" read what precedes this letter, you may desire an explanation. Did it ever occur to you that a weak stomach maybe the result of a weak condition of the whole system, a low state of vitality ?" You probably know that when vitality is low the weakest part of you will give way, and in spite of all you do this part will remain weak until the aggravating 'cause behind it is taken away. Scott's Emulsion is cod iver oil, but not plain cod-liver oil alone. It is c, mlatabie, sweet, and free from, decay and rancidity. It is also partially digested, and gives nourisbment to the system without taxing the digestive organs like ordinary food. It contains the bypophosphites of lime and soda, which aid digestion, stimulate the nerves, and sustain the brain. It is the most rational way of taking cod-liver oil."'-"If you are, weak, emaciated, thin, coughing, anaemic, or suffering in some vital spot, try Scott's .Emulsion. We venture to Bay you will be surprised at its beneficial effects.
JJERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO. FLOOKCOVERINGS OF EVERY description. FLOORCLOTHS frdm 18in to 15ft Wide, in the Nowegt Patterns and Colorings. FLOORCLOTHS from 1/ per Square Yard, In Lately Cftrpet Patterns. LINOLEUMS from Is 6d per Square Yard, in Floral and Tile Deßigns. A. Leading Line is the New "INLAID LINO- . LEUM" (in. Tile and Carpet Patterns), which, for. hard, street-like wear, is • Unequalled. • . : Another Specialty is "CORK CARPET," which, for.Warmth, Softness, and Noiselessness, combined with Durability, cannot be Excelled. HERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO., PBINCE3 STREET. ATENTS. TRADE MARKS. .Established 1882. HENRY HUGHES, REGISTERED PATENT AGENT, Corner of' Manse and High streets, Dunedin, And at Invercargill, Ohriatchurchj Wellington, Napier, and Auckland. PATENTS and TRADE MASKS OBTAINED IN ALL COUNTRIES. SPECIFICATIONS AND DRAWINGS > CAREFULLY PREPARED. "YDROLEINE SOAP a Great Success. Washes Clothes without rubbing; no soda or soap powder required. It leaves the Clothes White as Snow. Unsurpassed for Cleaning Wood and Paint Work. TRY IT! OTAGO AGENTS: JAS. BROWN AND CO., Bond btbeet, Dunedin. EW SEASON WHITEBAIT, Beautifully Preserved (The St. Geobge Bband),J NOW ON SALE By the Trade generally and IRVINE AND STEVENSON, 69, 70 Geobge street. ANGLO-PARISIAN DRESS CUTTING SYSTEM. IHIS, the latest and most approved system, ' is recommended wherever accuracy and a perfect fit 1b desired. It is simple and easy to learn. Used by leading dressmakers. Reference to all who have' learned it. Comparison invited with all the systems. Miss KATE j STEWART. Dressmaker, High street (opposite 1 D.1.0.). Information and prospectuses'" on application. Patterns Cut—Complete Dress, ss; Bodice, 3s. " 8 T >- ARCHITECT, REMOVED TO JOEL'S BUILDINGS, Crawford street. T. GEORGE JAM—Beet in th« Market. AH Grocers. ■. "
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