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NZ Truth , Putanga 703, 7 Hakihea 1918, Page 2
PINK PiLLS FOR ANAEMIA The delicate girl is out of dafe. Pallor, langour and fainting attacks have properly ceased to be interesting. The pale, delicate girl to-day is at a- disadvantage m every way, for neither m the commercial world nor! matri- mony is she desirable. Girls, you owe it to yourselves to en- courage the full . red bloom of health, the figure, and carriage of a full- ! biooded system. You know how prone you are to become anaemic, especially after some slight indisposition; you know how seriously anaemia affects your health and beauty; and how steadily it advances to serious illness.) Tou cannot afford to trifle with such. 1 troubles; so fill your veins with new, good blood by taking Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. • , , '•■:.. Tihus you wdll protect yourself against weakness, keep your womanly (health regular, ftanlsh headaches, pal- pitation, breathlessriess and backache,, and gain the vigor and bloom or' health. Tou cian oreate new blood by taking Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People, and refresh your nerves, restore your appetite, strong-then your digestion and rise above (he anxious ailments of weak girls and women. "Diseases of the Blood," is a booklet fttK of useful Information. So is the pamphlet on "Nervous Diseases." They we fieot free on request by the Dr. "Williams' Medicine Co., Box 846, &P. 0., Wellington. Yottr own chemist or storekeeper i«Us Dr. Williams' Pink Pllts or they will tod mailed, post paid, on receipt of $PKJ^ Ss per box, ■six boxes 16s 6d. Stories we are being told of soldiers' self-sacrifice remind us of ah episode to the war of American Independence. Two English soldiers 'had entered a house and ill-treated the inmates. A third soldier who was passing as they came out was afterwards identified, Abel though -exculpated of partloipation ;W&0 tried for refusing to give tip the names of the offenders. When he was •otually oh the gibbet, Cornwallls. promised him his release if he would Sive the names. "My lord," said hs, **#ou are In the enemy's country,; yoti <ofctt better spare one snan than two." •EPARTMENT OF PXJBIiIC '.'-■ HEALTH. • - I * J SS3fp3KS£ M> ' PUBLIC NOTICE. In pursuance of Section 12 of the PubHc Health Act, his Excellency the Governor-General ihae deolared the dis- ease known as MEASLES to be an Infectious disease within Uw meaning if the Public Health Act. Where a medical man is not m attendance the householder is required to notify the existence of this disease m his house- ! hold to the Secretary of the Hospital Board, and to the District Health Gffl- oer, Chrlstchurch. Dated at Christchuroh this Ist aay 9t December, 1918. HERBERT CHESSON, District Health Officer. MOTORS.— A.J.S. S-8 twin, 3 speed c- shaft, new order. £86. Indian, 1917, )ower plus done 3000 miles, as new, £86. Mew Hudson, 5-6 twin, 3-speed c-shaft, ruaranteed, £65. Henderson, 4-cyHnders with good side chain, £75. BjS.A., 4J, l-sneed, c-shaft, Electric Lighting <Lu- jps) £75. Royal Enfiold, 6-8 h.p., 3-speed, 3-tshaft gears, £70. Clyno. 5-6 h.p., 3- speed, c-shaft goal's, £55. CHRISTCHURCH MOTOR EXCHANGE, Box 944, Cr. High and Tuam-streets. SEE to it that you get the right brand when you invest m a GARDEN HOSE. Ask for NORTH BRITISH RUB- BISH COS make. Lasts for years — does oat burst, crack or bend. Sold every- vifcere.