AUCE.-LEA & PERIIINS' WORCESTERS SHIRE SAUCE, pronounced by Connoleseur* o be the only good Sauce, and applicable toejeiy arlety of diih. Extract of a Letter from a Medical Gentleman at Madras to hi* Brother at Worcester, »j Ly 1851'.—'Tell Lea & Pen-ins that their Sauce s highly esteemed in India, and is, in my opinion. 1 iauce that is made." CAUTION. —Lea « remns r teg to caution the public against spurious imitations P rftheir celebrated Worcestershire Sauce. L. and P have discovered that several of the foreign marM«STmppHri with Otf on., he labels closely resembling those of the gen" l "® 3auce and in one or more instances the names of r jfc P forced. L. &P> proceed against any jne who may manufacture or vend such imitations, Ed have instructed their correspondents in the SrioL parts of the world to advise them rf any Infrinirement of their rights.—Ask for Lea «fcr«T j rinfl' Sauce. *+* Sold wholesale and for export, by the proprietors, Worcester} Messrs. Crosse ( well! Messrs. Barclay & Sons, London, &c„ &c., ( and by grocers and oilmen universally. ] | •** Chemists, and Otei. ' ' v-prnjinr OF BLAND'S highly celebrated FLUID EXTRACT UJf . ANNATTO for colouring Cheese and Butter. This *™bio urticle i. prepared fc» the qyl.tj- trf the true vegetable Annato only, warranted perfectly pure, in- . nocuous, and free from any adulation wUtever, it will be found the mOBt convenient and certam preparation for the purposes of colouring cheese and duces a rich golden tint so much esteemed ai thei £ondon and other great markets, without to "fgjJ flavour, or discolouring the whey butter, with half the usual trouble to use, and the certainty of the whole dairy of cheese or butter alike; is frM from sediment, and will immediately incorporate or nix with milk °* Prepared only by R- J. FULLWOOD and BLAND, Somerset Place, Hoxton, London, and solo manufacturers of the original Fullwood s Annatto." Established 1785. And sold by roost of the respectable Druggists and Grocers in the Kingdom and the Colonies, in bottles of full measure, quarts 6s, two quarts 10s, pints 2s od, half pinto Is 9d, and quarterpmt Is, and half-quarter pints 6d each. COMFORT 05 THE DREADED "WASHING\J PAY." —The excitement respecting the ULxCERINE" SOAP POWDER is daily increasing everywhere ! Hundreds of thousands constantly use it, because it is the best, easiest, cheapest, quiekest, safest, and mow effectual washing material in the world. soap and soda; and a week's washing may be speedily accomplished, scarcely any rubbing beng required. Ask far "Harper Twelvetrees 'Glvcenne Soap Powder." Sold in Penny Packets by all Storekeepers; and wholesale by the Manufacturer, Harper Twelvetrees, Bromley-by-Bow, London; and by Mr. J. M. Heywood, Merchant, Christchurch. More retail agents wanted. 805 T ARGE PURCHASERS OF CLOTHING will find \-J trreat advantages by buying at the Axoßrand,Clothing Works, 12 St. Mary Axe, London, where every information can be obtained on application. Trade mark A ° e axe in a circle," surrounded by the words "Axe Brand, best value for money. 4109 Dairy farmers, chemists, & others.— IMPORTANT CAUTION.—We beg to call the attention of Dealers and Consumers of Annatto, to the fact that several persons are selling a spurious and useless article, bearing the names of " Edward Fullwood and Co., B. Fullwood and C 0.," &c. In order to guard our friends and the public against such deception, we respectfully assure them that neither of the parties have, or ever had, anv connection with our trade or manufacture, and that we are the only successors of the original " Fullwood s Annatto." To prevent fraud, our Annnttos are stamped E. J. FULLWOOD & BLAND, Annatto Works, Somerset Place, Hoxton, London. Established 178P.2100 Bciencc of Starching and Ironing.—Use HARPER - TWELVETREES' SATIN" GLAZE STARCH, which gives a high finish to the clothes, never sticks to the iron, and is more economical than the ordinary starches: one pound making sixteen pints of strongstareh flaid. Ask for Harper Twelvetrees' Clothes Wrmger and Starcher; Harper Twelvetrees' Bread and Pastry Powder, Id, od,and Is; Harper Twelvetrees' Government Blacking, id'and Id; and Harper Twelvetrees' Glycerine Soap Powder, for washing without rubbing, in penny packets. Sold by all storekeepers, and wholesale by the manufacturer. Harper Twelvetrees, Bromley-by-Bow, London; and sold wholesale by Mr. J. Heywood, merchant, Christchurch. More retail agents wanted. 078 Beautiful clean linen.—w. g. nixey's crystallised EXTRACT of FULLER'S EARTH, is the cheapest and best article for washing and beautityign linen, woollen, lace, lawn, muslin, &c.; possesses unequalled efficacy in removing grease, stains, and the smoke-like colour of linen produced from bad washing, the excessive use of soda, lime, and other preparations of caustic alkali. " The Extract of Fuller's Earth is the quickest and most effective article ever introduced, incapable of injury to the hands •or the finest fabric and requires only to be tried to be appreciated."— Times, 27th August, 1854. May be obtained through any respectable Tradesman. Sample packets, with full directions for use price Id and 6d.—12 Soho Square, London. 1431 /CLEANLINESS!—A Stove most brilliantly polished in two minutes for less than one farthing. W. G. NIXEY'S celebrated registered BLACK LEAD. A new domestic discovery! Cannot be wasted, and is a preservative of furniture from the injurious effects of the common article now in use, as it creates no dust, and requires comparatively no labour. Sold everywhere, in solid blocks, Id, 2d, 4d, and Is. The advantages of this elegant Chemical Preparation are great saving of time, cleanliness of application, smallness of quantity required, and the prevention of waste, dust, and its destructive consequences. Further, it ultimately produces a pure metallic coating of a high degree of brilliancy and durability, reflecting both light and heat. (See specimens on the sides of each block.)—l2 Soho Square, London. 1432 A" HALF-HOLIDAY FOR SERVANTS ON WASH-ING-DAY. —The expedition and ease with which which the " Family Wash" may be accomplished, at a mere nominal cost, by using the " GLYCERINE" SOAP POWDER, is truly surprising! Scarcely any rubbing is required at. " the tub;" and a little child may use it. Ask for " Harper Twelvetrees' Glycerine Soap Powder." Sold by all Storekeepers in Penny Packets. Patentee, and Sole Manufacturer: Harper Twelvetrees, Bromley-by-Bow, London; and sold wholesale by Mr. J. M. Heywood, Merchant, Christchurch. More retail agents wanted. 806 GOOD NEWS FOR HOUSEWIFES !— I The miseries of the washing day are at an end; and its numerous woes are abolished, for the family wash may be accomplished, in many cases, before breakfast, by using the GLYCERINE SOAP POWDER, which effects a surprising saving in time, trouble, labour, firing, and soap. Sold by all storekeepers in penny packets. Ask for Harper Twelvetrees' Glycerine Soap Powder. Patentee manufacturer, Harper Bromley-by-Bow,Lor don. Sold wholesale by Mr. J. Heywood, merchant Christchurch. More retail agents wanted. BC^ AMMUNITION.— ELEY'S AMMUNITION of ever description for sporting or military purposes. Doubt waterproof central firo caps, felt waddings to prevent th» leading of guns, wire cartridges for killing game, &c., a» long distances, breech-loading cartridge cases ot superior quality for shot guns and rifles, pin cartridges for " Lefaucneux" revolvers of 7, 9, and 12 milimetres. Jacob's rifle shell tubes, cartridges and cans for Colt's, Deane's, Tranter's, Adams' and othor revolvers. Ball cartridges for Enfield, Wliitworth, aiul Henry's rifles, also for Westley Richards', Terry's Wilson's Prince's, Deane's, and other breech loaders. Bullets of uniform weight made by compression from soft refined lead. Eley Brothers, Gray's-in-road, London, W.C. [Wholesale only.] 4902 rpHE LONDON JOURNAL.—Tho Best, Cheapest, Largest, and most Beautifully Illustrated Publication ever issued, having a Greater Circulation than that of any other periodical in the world. Its Contents embrace the best works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart., J. F. Smith, I'ierco Egau, Porcy B. St. John, Honry J. 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The London Journal stands unrivalled for the instructive, amusing and moral excellence of its contents, tho beauty of its illustrations, the clearness of its type, the superiority of its paper, and for its cheapness. Issued in Weekly Nos., Id; Monthly Parts, Gd; Half-yearly Vols., 4s (3d. Vols. I. to XL. ara now issued. The London Journal may bo had of every respectable Booksellor in the Colonies, &c., or by ordering in any part of tho world. London Jourual Office, S;l2, Strand, London. 2908 OAKEY & SONS' WELLINGTON KNIFE POLISH, Emery, Black Lead, &c. John Oakoy & Sons, manufacturers of Emery, Black | Lead, Glass find Emery Paper, and Glass Clot.li, Indiaj rubber Knife Boards, &c., Wellington Mills, 172, Blackfriars Road, S., London. 2995
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