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Business Notices. INSURE YOUR HEALTH BY TAKING HOCKIN'S improved seidlitz POWDER. IT differs from the Seidlitz Powders usually I sold in having ail the ingredients in one bottle, is quite tasteless, and may be taken by persons of all ages as a Cooling Beverage, Mild Aperient, or Brisk Purgative adding to dose. Its extensive use during nearly HALL' A USNTURY proves its valuable qualities as a Purgative Saline, and the fact that the powder retains its qualities for any number of years renders it a most reliable and efficient Domestic Medicine. It will be found invaluable to Families, Travellew, or Emigrants as a preventive or remedy m all cases of Sickness, Headache, Bilious Attacks, Fevers, and the other ordinary ailmento of life. IMPORTANT TO LADIES. HOCKIN'S RUBY MARKING INK. THIS beautiful Ruby Ftuidispci'W?/transparent and without sediment, changes from a Crimson Bed to an indelible Black on the application of heat, and can be used with a steel pun. _„„.. See "Note" from QUEEN newspaper enclosed with each Sole ManufaotorersHOCKIN, WILSON & Co., 38 DUO STREET MANCHESTER SQUARE, LONDON. Agfnts* - KEMPTBORNE, PROSSER & CO., Diuicdin and Aiitoiand. -,„ : • FELTON, GRMWADE & CO., Wellington. pOG-JTAO BRANDIES. Itf HHDS., QB.-OABKS, OASES, AND FUSES The undersigned have bein appointed SOLE AGENTS in AUCKLAND for the sale of the above favourite brands of Cognac. L. D. NATHAN k CO. ECONOMY.

Make the money go as far as possible by using TO7ENDEL S FIRST GLASS DYES Cheap, permanent, and bright, for dyeing Ribbons, Flannels, Silks, &o. Wo trouble in using. 1/. per bottle (stone). Wholesale agent in Grahamstown, JAMES MoGOWAN. In Shortland, JOHN LEYDON.. STAGEY & MoEWEN,, "CITY BtJFEETT" OYSTER AND LUNCHEON ROOMS, QUEEN STREET, Corner of Durham Street, AUCKLAND. yiSITORS to Auckland will find'this a most Comfortable and Convenient Restaurant. Meals at all hours. . TWINES T CANTERBURY AND 1 WAIROA CHEESE AT M E A R S & C O.'S, GROCER?, TEA DEALERS, &c. CENTRAL CAS.H STORE, rOLLEM'TREE'I',

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Thames Advertiser, Volume XI, Issue 2902, 13 April 1878

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Thames Advertiser, Volume XI, Issue 2902, 13 April 1878

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