John Chambers and Sons have sent us one ot their illustrated catalogues dealing with the advantages of "Poilite" for building purposes, especially for interior linings of roofs of factories, etc. We are informed that " existing iron roofs which are giving trouble through wear and tear may'be fined with ' : Poilite," and the old iron be renewed at convenience, or preferably replaced with 'Poilite' tiles, without interference with the business being ear tied on"; also that tho converter station (City's electrical department) was entirely rerooi'ed with " Poilite" tiles, and the T.
and P. Company converted at small co*t an old building into a thoroughly satisfactory an 1 better-ilghted cheeso stoi'e through the instrumentality of " Poilite." The brochure, which is profusely illustrated with pictures of residential premises in various parts of tha Dominion, is testimony to the typographical skill of the several Dnnedin establishments that were employed in its production.
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PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED, Evening Star, Issue 15648, 12 November 1914
PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED Evening Star, Issue 15648, 12 November 1914
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