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Gold chains at manufacturers' prices



£5



THE CHEAPSIDE l-PLATE

KEYLESS LEVER WATCH,

with Chronometer Balance, and

jewelled in thirteen actions, in strong

silver case, with crystal glass. Ihe

cheapest watch ever produced. Air,

damp, and dust-tight.

Free and safe per post for ^^5.



£15.



In return for Post Office Order,
free and safe by post, one of

BENNETT'S GENTLEMEN'S
GOLD

KEYLESS LEVER WATCHES,
with Chronometer Balanxe,
jewelled in thirteen actions ;



and
all



respects a thoroughly sound, useful watch.

Sir JOHN BENNETT, Ltd.,
65 & 64, Cheapside.




jC*C' From ^5, free and safe per
^d<^ post, one of

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GENTLEMEN'S GOLD ALBERT

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GENTLEMEN'S DIAMOND and
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. GENTLEMEN'S LINKS,
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50LD LOCKETS mounted with
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XiADIES' GEM, KEEPER, and

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ESTIMATES given for CHURCH

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£25.



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£2.3 Hall Clook,

To Chime on Eight Bells.
In Oak or Mahogany.

With Bracket and Shield, Three

Guineas extra.

Estimates for Turret Clocks

Sir JOHN BENNETT (Limited) .
65, Cheapside, London.



£20, £30, £40 Presentation Watches. Arms and Inscriptions emblazoned to order.



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CARSON'S




AINT.



VIENNA

PARIS

MELBOURNE

PARIS



TRADE MARK.




CNTCRCO AT STATIONERS HAU.



1S73.

1875.
I 880.
1885.



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HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN,
H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES,

AND 20,000 OF THE NOBILITY AND GENTRY.

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SANITARY LIQUID PAINTS.

These are beautifully prepared and of the highest quality.

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They possess great body and covering power.



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BOOT PREPARATIONS

SOLD EVERYWHERE.



M E LTON I AN
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Rendeks the Boots Soft,

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is more elastic and easier

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BENJAMIN EDGINGTON, Lim-

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SPECIAL XETTEKS OF APPOIXTMEXT



(La |jcr grajcs.ti| thcYL)uccn, g.g.lj. tfjc |)nnxc of Males,

% DUKE STREET, foot of LONDON BRIDGE, LONDON, 8.E.

MARQUEES AND TEMPORARY ROOMS ON HIRE

LINED, FLOORED, AND LIGHTED COMPLETE.



Trbicli are



Q FECIAL attention is paid to Coming of Age Celebrations,

carried out with great completeness, Tents and their Fittings, Decorations, Fireworks, &c., being
undertaken together. The following are some of these entertainments at which Benjamin Edgington
has been employed during the last few yeai-s —



At Eaton Hall, Chester.

Thoresby Park, Ollerton.
IDunskey, Port Patrick.
Dogmersfield, Hants.
Camden House, Chlslehurst.
Cawdor Castle, JVairn.
Lees Court, 1'aversh.am.
St. Bride's, S. Wales.



Buncombe Park, Helmsley.
Taymouth Castle, Aberfeldy.
Trentham, Staffordshire.
Burleigh Hall, Stamford.
Garswood, Lancashire.
Sandbeck, Kotherham.
Melton Constable.
Pet-worth Jf ark.



Cobham Hall, Kent.
Mxton Hall, Oakham.
"Wilton House, Salisbury.
Badminton, Gloucestershire.
Ulceby Hall, Lincolnshire.
Keels Hall, Staffordshire.
Glanusk Park, Crickhowell.
Laughton, Sussex.



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MARQUEES AND TENTS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR CRICKET AND TENNIS.



FLAGS WITH ARxMS TO ORDER,



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VALVE



ENGINE



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FREEDOM FROM REPAIRS. SMALL SPACE.

SILENT RUNNING.




All brasses are in constant thrust, hence the wear is very small, and few repairs
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It will run for many hours without attendance, and continuous runs of as much as
seven months, night and day, have been recorded, without necessity for repair at the
end of that time.

UPWARDS OF 50,000 HORSE POWER

in use in Central Stations, and in the following among many other private installations^



H.R.H. DUKE OF CONNAUGIIT.
THE DUKE OF WESTMINSTER.
MARQUESS OF BUTE.
SIR RICHARD WEBSTER, Q.C., M.P.
BARON DE WORMS.



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THAMES DITTON, SURREY.



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iatfi Chairs, i




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Ward,

246 and 247, Tottenham (Jouiit I(oad, London, itf.

(Late of SAVILLE HOUSE, LEICESTER SQUARE.)



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H.R.H. The Duchess of York, and H.R.H. Princess Mary Adelaide, Duchess of Teck.

THE "ROYAL MAY BLOSSOM,"

AND OTHER REGISTERED DESIGNS OF

SPITALFIELDS SILK CRAVATS

Made by Hand-Loom Weavers.




Inventors and Patentees of ''THE BICESTER"

TWICE BOUND SPORTING CRAVAT.

"Is certainly the best we have yet seen." — I'ide "Field," November 25th, 1893.



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25, CRANBOURN STREET, LONDON, WX.
HERALDIC AND GENEALOGICAL SEARCHES

IN ENGLAND AND ABROAD.

Competent Searchers in all parts of Europe.



Traced and Genealogical Tables Compiled
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Searches a?id Atithentic infor7naiion
respecting Family Arms.



Information as to obtaining

A Grant of Arms,
Change of Name.

Correct Colours for

Servants' Liveries.



Correctly Marshalled and Painted on
Vellum, also on Oak and Metal Shields.



Hatchments Painted.



Sheriffs' Banners.
FLAGS PAINTED.




SINKING
STAMPING.



DESIGNED
OFFICIAL & ECCLESIASTICAL SEALS DESIGNED & ENGRAVED.



Livery Buttons. Harness Crests. Signet Rings and Seals, from 42/-.
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CULLETON'S EMBOSSING PRESS for Stamping one's own paper

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MEMORIAL BRASSES DESIGNED AND EXECUTED,

Brass Door^ Plates for Professional Purposes.
Visiting Cards. Wedding and Invitation Cards, etc

PRESENTATION ADDRESSES ILLUMINATED ON VELLUM.

Illustrated Price List Post Free.



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HEALTH -..WEALTH



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Note what Sir SAMUEL BAKER and Lord WOLSELEY have

to say about

MAICNEN'S PATEHT "FILTRE-RAPIDE"

in relation to Health.



CHOLERA, and DEINKING WATER.

Sandford Orleigh, Newton Abbot,

September loth, 1892.

The best filter I have ever used is Maignen's "Filtre-Rapide," and I never travel
\vithout one. The most serviceable pattern is the four-gallon filter of enamelled iron,
which is protected by basket work. As this filter is open, the charge of charcoal is
exposed to view whenever the percolator is removed by simply lifting as a cover. I
always protect the charcoal by a layer of two folds of thick flannel placed beneath the
percolator. This prevents disturbance of the charcoal surface when the water is
poured in. I always fill the filter with water actually boiling ; this would prevent the
formation of poisonous germs, and would destroy any that might have trespassed
within the filter.

I never have fever — neither do any of my party — in any climate, although we may
be forced to use water of most questionable character, and I feel sure that most diseases
are preventible when the precautions I have suggested are carefidly enforced. At the
present moment, when cholera has invaded Northern Europe, there is no excuse for
negligence, as the simple means described will ensure pure water.

Yours faithfully,

SAMUEL BAKER.




worth of these Filters were sent to Egypt
during the campaign, and the phenomenal health
enjoyed by the troops during the war was
mainly attributed to them.

6, Hill Street, W.,
•.•■.. • .. • July 22,th, 1S85.

I have much pleasure in stating that Monsieur Maignen's " Filtre Rapide," which
was used by our troops in the expedition up the Nile, gave very satisfactory results
indeed. It filtered the water both quickly and well, and was much valued by our
soldiers. ...

, .. , WOLSELEY.



MAIGNEN'S "FILTRE-RAPIDE"&ANTl-CALCAiRE CO., Ltd,,

255, REGENT STREET, W. .4

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