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ENTERED AT STATIONERS' HALL.
"Australian and New Zealand Gazette" Office.
11, CLEMENT'S LAND, LOMBARD STREET, E.C.
Price Fourpence; Post-free, Fivepence.
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OTAGO, NEW ZEALAND.
The AGENTS of the PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT of OTAGO are prepared to grant ASSISTED PASSAGES to Approved FEMALE EMIGRANTS on conditions which are highly advantageous. Terms communicated at this Office.
There is a very great demand for Domestic Servants and other Female Operatives in this flourishing Colony, and the rate of wages is high.
Ships may be expected to sail for the Settlement monthly during the summer months.
JAMES CRAWFORD, JUN., W. S. JOHN AULD, W. S. -- Agents in Scotland for the Provincial Government of Otago.
THOMAS D. CURRIE, Secretary.
EMIGRATION TO NEW ZEALAND,
The Undersigned keep in Stock, ready to pack for Shipment,
IRONMONGERY AND TOOLS
To patterns long known and approved of in the Colonies; also
PATENT FLOUR MILLS,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, CARTS
(which serve to pack in for the voyage),
Harness, Saddles and Bridles, Chests of Tools, Iron Bedsteads, Cooking Stoves, Mangles, Washing Machines, &c. &c.
RICHARDS & Co. (Established 1812), 117 & 118, Bishopsgate Street Within, London, (Three Doors from the London Tavern).
*** Detailed Lists of Prices had on application, or by post if the stamp is sent.
PERSIAN INSECT-DESTROYING POWDER
IMPORTED BY THOMAS KEATING, CHEMIST,
79, St. Paul's Churchyard, London.
This Powder is quite harmless to animal life, but is unrivalled in destroying Fleas, Bugs, Emmets, Flies, Cockroaches, Beetles, Gnats, Mosquitos, and every other species of Insect in all stages of metamorphosis.
Directions for Use. --For Dogs, Cats, or other Animals, the powder must be well rubbed in, when Fleas and ail other Vermin will immediately fall dead. A small quantity of it, placed in the crevices of a bedstead, will destroy Bugs, and as long as it remains they will not appear again. Dropped into the haunts of Beetles, it stupefies them, so that they may be easily swept away in the morning; placed in drawers, chests, or wardrobes, where Woollen Clothes or Furs are kept, it will destroy Moths. Since it has been introduced, it has obtained the highest celebrity.
Sold in Packets, 1s. each.
For half a century this well-known remedy for Pulmonary disorders has successfully stood the test of public approval, and their usefulness has been extended to every clime and country of the civilized world. They may be found alike on the goldfields of Australia, the back-woods of America, in every important place in the East or West Indies, and in the palace of Pekin. During this long period they have withstood the pretensions of numerous inferior rivals, and are now the acknowledged antidote for Coughs, Colds, Asthma, &c.
CUBE OF ASTHMA OF SEVERAL YEARS STANDING.
Caiuscross, near Stroud, Gloucestershire.
SIR, --Having been troubled with Asthma for several years, I could find no relief from any medicine whatever, until I was induced about two years ago to try a box of your valuable Lozenges, and found such relief from them that I am determined for the future never to be without a box of them in the house, and will do all in my power to recommend them to my friends.
If you consider the above testimonial of any advantage, you are quite at liberty to make what use of it you please.
I am, Sir, your most obliged Servant,
W. J. TRIGG.
Thomas Keating, Esq.
Prepared and sold in boxes, 1s. 1 1/2d., and tins, 2s. 9d. each, by THOMAS KEATING, Chemist, &c., 79, ST. PAUL'S CHURCHYARD, London.
Retail by all Druggists.
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"Australian and New Zealand Gazette" Office,
11, CLEMENT'S LANE, LOMBARD STREET, E.C.