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VI. Nature's Scavengers. By JAMES SMITH
SINGER SEWING MACHINES.
Price: Reduced. SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES.
E beg to inform the Public that the SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY,
having still further increased their facilities for cheapening the cost of production, now offer their Machines with the latest improvements, at greatly Reduced Prices.
SINGER HAND MACHINE,
With Triple Action Balance Wheel, £4 15s.
SINGER TREADLE MACHINE,
With Triple Action Balance Wheel, for Winding Bobbins without running
the other parts of the Machine, £6 10s.
The SINGER MACHINES having become so popular in all parts of the World, are now copied by a horde of German and other imitators.
These German and other imitations are sold under various names, and all are said to be the BEST IN THE WORLD, ACKNOWLEDGED SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS, UNRI. VALLED, and so forth, which are not only COPIES of the mechanical construction, but also of the STYLE OF CASTINGS, DECORATIONS, and GenERAL APPEARANCE of the Singer Machine.
Buy no Machine that has not the words “SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY" on the top of the arm and on the brass label on the front of the arm.
SINGER MACHINES may be had on TIME-PAYMENT
Of 10s. Cash and 28. 6d. per Week.
Furnishing Showrooms and Retail Department—81 Elizabeth Street.
Wholesale Warehouses—4, 6, and 10 Little Collins St. W. B; Iron and Metal Warehouse and Machinery Depot—319 Elizabeth St. N.
London Offices—27 Lombard Street, E.C.
MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF
STERLING SILVER & FIRST QUALITY ELECTRO-PLATE
In every variety of Style, from the very First English Manufacturers.
THE LARGEST AND CHOICEST STOCK OF
GASALIERS, BRACKETS & MARBLE CHIMNEY PIECES
IN THE COLONY.
STATION REQUIREMENTS SPECIALLY IMPORTED.
FENCING WIRE, CORRUGATED IRON, EARTH SCOOPS, DOUBLE-FURROW AND
All supplied to Latest Approved Patterns.
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