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Clutha Leader, Volume VIII, Issue 430, 6 January 1882, Page 8
Ihinedia Advertisements 3 lE? '' '"t ? **^ y ' ■■■."* '.-" "vr *"' ■'" ' k "'A, i- &';' ; iQaEST; AFFECTION USE . .SLESIXGffiHy OOUOH -SYRUP, containing Vf>«DTn«rcdtic. , It;n»y bo uwd^with- safety, by el in/iwta or.adul^ suff^ong ..from sore throats, -;--.-•*•? : v^£ri9^^a;per, ; bottle. " r ~ - 'i^SMtSiNGER'S . A.TIO n LSAM for ' th» euro of. rhßunutimn, go<it, scmtia', tic* dpjoretir, neanilgiji, ltt'ubago, Hpnuns. stntitiK, * ch^^tyins, dr any muscular pains. It has been fouw! most saccessful. See crrtificitpg to be * obtoined from all medicine vendors, : -SLESINGER'S HORSE MEDICINES ARE— Tht CSOLIC UR GRIPE DRIVK. one doge of - which will give effectual relief, 3s 6d per botrle. The EMBROCATIOV, for sore shoulders, sprains, cuu, wouud* and bruises, 3s 6d per bottle. I '-X~ The CONDITION POWDERS, for restoring * ' and keeping the horse in good health and I - condition. 3s fid tin. . Th« BLISTER OINTMENT is superior to any othejr, and does not leave a blemish, 2s and 4* pots. The.WOBM POWDERS are a most effectual . .remedy for worn s and for restoring the home to good br«lth, 4s CA tin. ■ Th*-HOOF OILS, for pr*-ventinj: lameness , from brittle hoofs and cracks, etc., 5n per _^ K)ttle. Tirt GREASE OINTMENT, for the cure of grease or any skin eruptiou, 3a Gd tin. THE DOG MEDICINES ARE— .Th« Distemper Powders. 2s 6d packet. ,Th» Mange Ointment, "Aa 6d pot. * Which are highly recommended. , KB SLESfNGER h»vinj? »u<ce^sfully prac- . fifed bis prof'ssfon in Europe America, Went Indies, Australia, and for the last e'ghteen year* . in Dunedin, N.Z . is a guarantee as to hia ex- perience in the treotrnent of diseases, and the excellence of his prepnratiens. ' KEMPTHORNE PROSPER ft CO. 'S VZ. DRUG CO. (LIMITED). DUNEDIN. Wholesale Aoekts. : T AW, SOMNER, AND CO, WHOMSBALE ANl> BETAIL •S^EDB' MERCHANTS & NURSERY- MEN, Octagon, Dunedin. •Farm Seeds. Garden Seeds. , Flower Seeds. Tree Seeds. Forest Fruit, and Ornamental Trees »nd Shrubs, Pot Plants, HeJlge Plants, ' Etc:, Etc. 43G TiT O NEY TO L E N D.— About £2000, in several sums, to lend, no commission will be charged, and in- terest at the lowest current rate, but the securities must be freehold — ample and undoubted. Apply to Mr J. Wood, Soli- citor, Princes Street (opposite Poat-office), ■ Dnuedin. -*45 " Lives of great men nil remind us, We c»n tnnke our Hps Rttblime ; And, do[>ai tiop l«*ave >»ehind us ■ Footprints on the sands of Time." THE fl^ovp is read with p;rp«t inrpr- fst by tbous.*.rdH of yoking men. It in- spires thrm w<th Hope, for in the bright lexicon of tenth there in not arch a word as fail. Ala* ! say tTisnv. this i« correct, —is true with regard to the youth who has never abused his strength - and to the roan who has not been " passion's ,ll»ve. w But. to that youth— to that man who has wasted bis vigour, who ban yielded himself up to theftemporary sweet allurements of vice, who has given unbrid'ed licence to his pa«Rioi»!», to him the above, lin«»B a>e but as a reproach. What Hope tarn h« Vave ? What aspiration.*? What chance of leaving bis footprints on the sandn of time? For him. alas! th*re is nought but dark despair arid self-reproach for a lost-life ! For a man to leave his footprints on the sands of time, he must be* endowed with a strong. brain and nervous power. He must possess a sound, ,vi|soureus, healthy mind, iti a health' body— the 'power 'to conceive- -the energy to execute ! But foojc at our Australian youth ! See the emaciated . form** the vacant look, the listless hesitating tnanner, the nervous distrust, the senseless, almost Miotic «»X|»ressibn.' Note hw demeanour < .and conversation, and then say. Is that a man to .leave his footprints on the sands of time ! Do parents medical men. and educators of youth pay sufficient attention to this snbject? *•■ Do. they ever ascertain the cause of this decay ; and having done so. do they (as a strict sense of ', fluty demands) seek the skilled advice of, the "medical roan, who has madr this branch of bin ■ -^profession his particular speciality, whose life . :£qp,.heen devoted to the treatment of these 'cases ? Reader, _ w hat is your answer ? Let ea ch •one answer for himself. Parents ace their pro- -'jreny .-fading gradually before their sight, see them become emaciated old youn.tr mon, broken .down in health, enfeebled, unfitted for ih« battle ©t life ; yet one word mi«ht save _th»-m, one round and vigoumus health-giving 1-tter - from a medical man, hal Hunted to tho. trrat- ment and continuous supervision of such cases, . would, in most instances, sneewd in warding: off the impending doom of a miserable and gloomy futu-e, and by appropriate treatment restore the enervated* system to its Tiaturul vigour, and • mraire a joyous and happy lif»*. -• DrL. L* Smith, of Melbourne, has made the deseases nf youth and those arisingf therpfmm his peculiar study. His whole professional life ..has been especially devoted to the treatment of "Nervous "Affactions and the Disease* incidental to Married Life. Hw is skill available to all — no m«t»*r how many hnr d reds or thousands of , miles distant Hi" system of correspondence by letter i* *iow so well organised and known, that oommtut would be suptsifiuous— (by. this means many thousand? of patients have been cured . whttiti he has never seen ami never known ; and it is carried on with- such judicious supervision - that though be has been practising this .branch . of.hin profession for twenty-six years in these 'Colonies, no single instance of nc«idental disco. ■ "very, has ever yet happened., Tv'hen medicines are.- required, these aru forwarded in the same careful. ir,anner without a possibility of the con- .iente of tlie parcels being discovered. Plain and h lear - directions- accompany the latter, and a » -cure is effc.cte/1 without even . the = physician * knowing who'is his patient! ' : . »- j* '■'■' 70-Men«6dWonien with broken-down, ;X^on.- --irtitulion/j the Nervous, the debilitated, and all ; jjaW^eripg .fjroßß.any-Disfia 86 * whatever, Ttr- L. L. *B3lftff6 'plifn** of I . treatment- "commends itself, •^*a*sid?ng as it does, the inoonyeniepoe and; ex- .^fmaeroirfi.. personal visit. t . - -^•:— , f " ** " ~~ DR L. L. SMITH, ' 182 Collins-street East, Melbourne. Late the Residence of the Governor.) Ck>uiultation Fee Utter, by £1.