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PUBLIC NOTICES. gBMNG BLOSSOM TEA. As full of Fragrance as the- Mowers of Spring can truly be said of "SPRING BLOSSOM TEA,", it being composed of the Young Spring Blossoms, and therefore contains that Fragrance and Aroma only found in the Luscious Spring Growths. PACKED IN AIR-TIGHT NET-WEIGHT TINS. Perfect test of satisfied Customers can only be obtained by ascertaining the amount of business done, and we have therefore decided to present £ ... DUNLOP BICYCLE V (Lady's or Gent's) to the person returning a correot answer to the following Conundrum :~ How many MILES OF BICYCLES have, been Bold by us in Australasia fitted WITH DUNLOP TYEES During the last Three Years ? The figures have been made up for us 1 by an acconntant and duly vouched FOB. All Guesseß must be marked "Dunlop *nzzle,"and must reach ub by 30fch November, and . ;..,',. NOTHING ;, i c . Will be received after that date. The nuriber of Guesses is limited only by the number of Coupons cut from the ' New Zealand Wheelman,' published in Christohurch. Should no Guess prove absolutely correot the Guess most nearly approximate will win the Prize. Should more Gussses than one prove, correct the value of the Prize wiil be equally divided in Cycles or Accessories. THE AUSTRAL CYCLE AGENCY, LIMITED, . 123 GEORGE STREET, DDNEDIN; COLOMBO STREET, OHRISTCHUROH.

'ERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO. , "- . i'OK . , FLOORCOVEJJNGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. FfiOOROLQTHS from Mfatta m Wide, in the Newest Patterns mi Colorings. SLPOROLOTHS from 1/ per Square Yard, in Lovely Carpet Patterns. UNQLEtJMS from la 6d per Square Yard, in Floral and Tile Designs. A Leading line is tbc New "INLAID LINOLBUJt" (ia. Tile and Carpet Patterns), which, for hard, street-like wear, is UnequalledAnother Specialty fe " CORK CARPET," -*-~ for Warmth, Softness* and Noiselessness, combined with Durability, cannot be Excelled. HERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO., PWNCES STHEET. AND RE W ; LEES, 48 GEORGE STfIEET, Has just landed a Special SelecHon of ART PAPERHANGINGS I (Lovely Designs). 1 Hare all been approved of by leading'architeots InDnnedin, -.*'■■: ) FIRST INTRODUCTION HERE. Inspection invited. Patterns Posted on Application; ANDREW LEES, 48 George stbekt. BHAOKLOCK'3 ATENT V ORION" RANGF, Is the bet>t cooker; Burns the least fuel, whether wood, lignite, true coal, or peat; Easiest to work and clean Lasts the longest, Looks the best, and Requires no briokwork. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Sold by all Ironmongers. Prices given for all kinds of Heating Appa"ratus and General Castings. '•" Catalogues on application. H. E. SHAOEXOGK, ObAWFOBD BTBZffr, DUHSDIN. , GEORGE JAM-Best in the Market. All Grocers. . BE best Is aye the cheapest. Ask for the Blue Belt Oatmeal, and take no other.

UPWARDS OK TWENTY MEDALS AWABDED FOIt EXCELLENCE. *ar OBTAINS A PRIZE WHEREVER EXHIBITED. ESTLE'S SWISS CAN BE USED FOR ALL PURPOSES OF ORDINARY MILK, From the Milk'of Cows having an extensive range on the healthy and fertile sides of the AtPB, breathing the PtJRB AlB and-feeding on the sueoulent grasses of that salubrious region— THE FtNEST MILK-PBODtJOnKJ CODNTET IN THE WOBLD. CTAsk for ffESTLE'S, and see that you get it, as inferior Foreign and English brands are sometimes substituted. Wholesale Agexts MACKERRAS AND HAZLETr, Bond street. . „ AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LnUTED. jpital .„ ... ... M £125000. DIBKOTOBS : The Hon. W. H. Reynolds; M.L.O. Eton. W. Downie Stewart, rf.L.O. j Thomas Moodie, Esq. Walter Hislop, Esq. I Manager Walter Hislop. This Company »ota as Executor or Trustee absentees or. others ; manages properties ; negotiates loans; oolleets Interest, rent, and dividends; and conducts all general agenoy business. LIFE IN THE FIREPLACE. object lessonß wo have in life are so L numerous and familiar that we naturally pass them by without notice. As we look at an open fiie, for instance, few of us think of the principle of human life which is there revealed. When the fire burns, low, we throw on a little kindling, and think no more about it. The I fire soon burns brightly again, and the lesson is unheeded. When yoii notice that the fire of life burns feebly, why do you" not remember the kindling? Here is a lady—well known in the community in which sho lives—who learned how to kindle this human flame. She writes : "In glancing through the testimonials in a pamphlet I read with interest one which corresponded to the case of my little girl, now fifteen monthß old. At six months she was a really beautiful baby, but after sho was weaned I was greatly disappointed at the little progress sho made. She was not in any way ill, and was a decidedly good-tempered child, but made absolutely no progress, although I devoted my entire timo to her. I could not think it right that a child so well taken care of, and so much in the fresh air, should lose flesh in spite of apparent good health.-' When she was seven months old she had cut four teeth, but in the next five months cut only one more. At this time, when baby was a year old, I began giving her Scott's Emulsion. I much pleasure in saying that she ,in a marvellous manner." Baby took the* Emulsion with evident enjoyment, and I -ISa'ay say it was just what Bhe needed to give her flesh, strength, and vitality. Yours very truly (signed),- Mils Geobob Handel, Mayesden, Whitstable, Kent, England, December 19th, 1895." The point to emphasise in Mrs Handel's letter is that, although she devoted her entire time to I her baby, it did not make any progress. There was no evidence of disease or any tangible ailment, but it was none the less evident that something was wanting. You have read her letter. =. Yon know" what started the fire burning brightly again. It was—kindling J. There are probably millions of babieß in the world who are not making any. progress. They all need Scott's Emulsion to restore the blush of health and-make dimples when they laugh. If you are a father or mother, you know what rosy cheeks wul'dimples m*»tt." .-;;

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