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Bruce Herald, Volume XXVIII, Issue 2861, 11 June 1897, Page 1
DO YOU SUFFER from LIVER COMPLAINT, INDIGESTION, CONSTIPATION, HEARTBURN, FLATULENCE, Or any symptoms of a disordered digestive apparatus t If so, there is no remedy in the world so safe and so sure to give relief as Fletcher's Pills and Clements Tonio, Don't be mhled into wasting time and money on any of the " All-failing " nostrums so speciously advertised by designing quaoks and dishonest rogueß. Remember, these two remedies have stood the test of time, that their merits are proved, and that a few shillings Invested on them may save yon weeks and months of Buffering, and, perhaps, pounds of expense, for they have done bo in hundreds of oases, and we will send yon evidence to prove our assertion on reoeipt of your name and address. Remember, delay is dangerous, and that every hour you negleot yonr case the complication increases and a cure becomes more diffioult. Shun the cheap quaok doctors and designing noatrum oompounders ; stiok to the remedies Clements Tonio and Fletoher's Pills. They are absolutely genuine, and have proved their effioaoy in hundreds of oases and will do so every time. They are sold every- where and made only by F, M, Clements, Newtown, Sydney.
The * Southland Times,' June 7, 1889, says:— "Some people insist strongly at times upon everybody else patronising looal industries, whether the commodity in view be dearer than the imported article or not. It is a patriotic duty, &c., &c. But it may be doubted whether suoh advertisers always follow their own counsel when a shilling may be saved by suppressing their prinolpleß. Happily there are many Inßtanoes in whioh it is perfeotly Bafe to give Buoh advioe, even on the Boore of eoonomy, A oaae In point ooours to us. Mr Gawne, of Dunedin, has for some time past been manufacturing an excellent sauce intended to supply the place of the famous ' Worcester ' of Lea and Perrin's. Mr Gawne's product goes under the same name, and is got np in preoisely the same style, and In every respeot it Is so like the original that it may be doubted whether the moat delioate palate and the moat experienced eye oould deteot a difference. The sauoe has now been intro- duced to this market, and as it ia only about half the prloe of the English make, it ahonld undoubtedly command a large said"