With the Machine is furnished— S?£ mer A-, Br o lder ' Bbuttle ' Bobbins, Uil Oan.OiJ, Screwdriver, Five Naedl«« Guage Table Clamp, and di Jectibn. for* use. All securely packed in strong case without extra charge. It will hem, fell, bind, cord, braid, *eam, tuck, ruffle, hemstitch, and gather! and sew on and gather at the same time, and willwork equally well on Silk Linen, Woollen, and Cotton Goods, with Suk, Linen, or Cotton Thread. • No I— HAND MACHINE, Seduced to £4, N.B.—This is also adapted for use on Tables and Treadle which we will supply at any time, of elegant American manufacture for £2 ss. No2-MACHINE, for Treadle nse only, having the very great advan. tage of being set level with the table, complete, with elegant Ornamental Iron Stand, with handsome, polished top, complete, reduced to £6 ss. No. 3-MACHINE, as aboVe, with polished cover to lock and protect machine, reduced to £7 75.. • Where the genuine " HOME " SHUTTLE MACHINES are not' procurable we will send them direct to purchasers on receipt of remittance or reference. EVE ft X GENtT IN B HOME-SHtOTLE SEWING MACHINE Is Stamped M. MOSS & CO., Sidney, N.S.W» BEWARE Otf GBHMAN & BIBMINuHAM ImITATIOKb. Sole Ihfobtebs : L. D. NATHAN & CO., Auckland. J. LEONARD & CO., AGENTS, GISBORNE. oc 16 C 0 F F E EJ Why is the consumption qf Coffee not «• general here as in Europe I— Because it has been manufactured by inexperienced hands: BROWN, BARRETT & 00 HAVE spared no expense in obtain* ing machinery whioh preserve! the full Aroma and Strength of the bean, and being thoroughly acquainted with the manipulation of Coffee, can produce an artiole unrivalled. To suit the Convenience and Tastes of Customers/ 8., B. & Co. have design nated each of their qualities (which never varies) with a brand, viz. ; — lßt Quality— Excelsior Brand (Green Label.) 2nd Quality— Standard Brand (Red Label.) ' 3rd Quality— Lion Bratad. Packed in 1, 2, 4, 0, 7, 14, 26, and 401b. Tins. "Provincial Laboratory, . " Auckland, January 20, 1877. "Brown, Barrett & Co. "Gentlemen, — Having made a very careful analysis of the sample of Coffee which I took from the bulk on your premises, I find it to be a first-class article, consisting of pure Coffee mixed with a proper proportion of Chicory. The flavour is all that could be desired. "With regard to, the samples of Black Pepper, I find that they are perfectly free from adulteration. " Jamks Tunny, "Provincial Analist. " Retailed by all Grocers. Wholesale at BROWN, BARRETT & OO.'S Auckland Steam Coffee Works, Elliott jy 22 Street. ___^ Grateful — Comforting. EPPS'S~~COCOA. Breakfast. "By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which govern the operations of digestion and nutrition, and by a careful application of the .fine proEerties of well-seleoted cocoa, Mr Epps as provided our breakfast tables with a delicately flavoured beverage whioh may save us many heavy doctors' bills. It is by the judicious use of such articles of diet that a constitution may be gradually built up until strong enough to resist every tendency to disease.Hundreds of subtle maladies are float* ing around us ready to attack whereever there is a weak point. We may escape may a fatal shaft by keeping ourslves well fortified with pure blood end a properly nourished frame.". See article in the Civil Service Gazette. Made simply with boiling wat«r or milk. Sold only in packets and tins, £ and lib, labelled :-rJAMES EPPS & CO., Homoeopathic Chemists, 48 Threadneedle steect, and 1170 Piccadilly. Works — Euston Road and Camden Town. London.
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7, Poverty Bay Herald, Volume VI, Issue 911, 3 October 1879
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