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New Zealand Tablet, Rōrahi XXV, Putanga 52, 29 Paengawhāwhā 1898, Page 7
THE FIRST SIGN OF A COLD SHOULD remind you that the best time to commence taking something is at the begin- ning. It should also remind you that the best remedy to head off a spell of sneezing coughing and general unpleasantness is Benjamin Gum. Men start at my statements about BENJAMIN GUM ! Thousands of bottles have been Bold, and universal praise of its curative qualities is the result. Note the Name : Spencer Vincent's Great BENJAMIN GUM EXTRACT. Price Is 6d. Take no other Remedy, but insist on having BRNJA*IN GUM. Don't Take "Just as Good." TESTIMONIALS. Woolston, August 10, 1897. To Spencer Vincent. Ohristchurch. Dear Sir, — For some time past I have been suffering from a most painful cough. I had quite given up hope of its ever leaving me, at least for the remainder of the winter, and feared that it had become chronic seeing that other remedies failed to give me relief, much less cure. The pain became so intense that I was afraid of injuring my throat and head, especially the latter. I procured one bottle of your Benjamin Gum, and I may say that I hadn't an atom of faith in ite curative properties, but felt that I must take something to ea«e the pain. I drank con- tents of first bottle very freely, and am thankful to say in le s s than twelve hours 1 was wholly free from cough. E. W. SEARS. 28th April, 1897. Mr. Spencer Vincent. Dear Sir, — I have pleasure in testifying to he merits of your Cough Cure with the strange name Benjamin Gum. I caught a very severe cold in Wellington whilst we were there on a tour, and had tried a dozen different cures with very little good. Ben- jamin Gum, 1 am glad t > say, has succeeded where all the others failed. Several mem- bers of our Company have been very much benefited by its use, as it dispels hoarseness and huskiness very quickly. Thanking you, am, faithfully yours, W. O'SULLIVAN, Treasurer Pollard's Opera Company.