Eheumatism, Liimbasro, and J Sciatica, Caused by Uric Acid in the blood Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills get at the cause. They drive the Uric Acid out of the system. These are throe of the most common and Bttinful diseases in thi-< country, especially prevalent in itbo colder district =. These tbreo aUnieafcs practically arise from the same cause,and thennmes only- distinguish the location of the pains. If the arms and legs are affected, it is Rheumatism ; if the loina Lumbago i and in the tups, fcJoifttioi. The attacks are [generally brought on by chills when the body is over-boated, or by exposurefto the damp and cold draughts, which act not upon the bones or muscle?, but upon the Uric Aoidin the blood, which isjtbe cause of the diseases, Tho paiii3 are affected more or le-s by cold or heat. A damp.ldny -will doubin you up, nr the warmth of tho bed will intensity tho pain. But these diseases may not he of Ions; duration if they are attended to in the early stages. The first twirgo should bo a ■warning 1 not to be neglected. Dr. Morse's Indian Eoot Pills get at the cruso by purify.ng the blood of Urio Acid and all impurities. They are a positive and permanent cure for all diseases arising from a disordered Stomaohe, Liver, and Kidneys, aud are &n infallible remedy for Constipation, Bilioßsness,|Sick Headaches, Piles, Pimples, Boils, Skin Diseases, and Female Ailments, Packed in amber bottles, and cold throughout Australasia.
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MOKO, the Great COUGH CUEE The new specific for Coughs, Bron ohitis, Asthma, Consumption, Acts like Mngic. la 6d everywhere.
WE pay Best Prices for Scrap Iron, Brass, Copper, Zinc, Lead, Sacks, Casks, Bottles, Horse Hair, Cow Tails, Bones, etc. Prices on Application. BOTTLE EXCHANGE, Christchurch. 47 Colombo Strreet. WANTED— Buyers; for Bedroom Sets from 10s 6d, Dinner sets from 30s eet, Tea Set3 from 10s 6d set, Fancy Cups and Saucers, all prices, large variety at TJndbilii & Co's Furnishing Warehouse Tancred Street MOKO, the Great COUGH CUEE The new specific for Coughs, Bronohitis, Colds on the Chest. Is 6d. Grocers and Chemists. WANTED— Buyers for Washstands at 10s each, Tables at 8s each, Chairs 4a each, Oilcloth Is 3d per yard, Linoleum 2yds wide at 3s 3d per yard, fitted and layed on your floor. UndrUiL &Co , Tancred Street, opposite Arcade. PAINUI, Washing Fluid, the best composition for washing. No sore hands MOKO, the Great COUGH CUEE, Lady writes: " Please send two boteles of Great Cough Cure; it is a wonderful medicine." OO to CAESON'S for Winter Cyclealitias. O^ANTJBD— Buyers for our now Bed H steads, just arrived. Boautifni doBigns, and from 15 to 20 per cent cheaper than usual. Undbijul & Co., FurcishensTaacred Street. OR McINTYEE'S Extra Strong Fv-'inale Pills. 4s 6d, from Chemises, or Postage Free from Alfred Ouidails, Chemist Dunedin WANTKD -Buyers to call aud inspect our Lirge Stocks of Household Furnishings. Evorytlun? you want, from a Wooden Spoon to a Houseful of ITurU:ture.—T. 11. UNnimjj. & Co. Taacrocl Strep*" LEATHER Covered Toe C.ips, 2? pa:r ; Handle Grips from Is pair, fitted while you wait. L>irg-i Stock to choose from.—Johnston's Cyclo and Motor Co, Ashburtor. "* "OHOTO Pendant Chains from Is 6-'. to j JL £2, at Frank Curtis, Jeweller, Eaßt Street. A BTSPY Boot Polish is splendid. MOKO, tho Gre*t GOUGE! CURE obtainable at Tinwald, Ashburton, Chertsay, Eabaia, Methven, Lauriston. Grocers and Chemists, Is fid per bottle T FIRMLY believo CAESON'S is tbe Best place for Cycle Goods. MOKO, the Great COUGH CURE The famous rsraady for Coughs Bronohitis,, Asthma, and Consumption Is 6d, Grocers and Chemists.
Henderson and Batger. Splendid £heep Farm, WTNDHAM DISTRICT. -i /»QA ACRES, twelve miles from JkXy^j\f town ; 1400 Acres in grass or cultivation, small area bush. Leasehold area of 260 Acres goes with the Freehold at rental of 2s 9d per acre. Buildings comprise seven-roomed Dwelling, 8-stalled Stable, Barn and Woolshed, and other Buildings. A really good property. All the country lies well to the sun, and is well sheltered. Price— £B 5s per acre.
PIEST CLASS WESTESN DISTRICT FARM.
500 ACRES in best part of Southland, all in grass but 70 Acres Stubble. ' Good fences, mostly seedles3 gorse and post and wiro. Land tile drained. Has always been well farmed, and is in capital heaijfc. Buildings—B-roorned House, larga Brick Barn, Implement Shed, and all other Buildings usually found on a well farmed property. Orchard and Garden of 3 acrep. Price, £9 per aero.
E'arms of all sizes in best grain growiug and sheep farming Districts. Full information as to suitable areas and how to finance purchase forwarded on application.
HENDERSON AND 1-51TGSR,
Invo.rcfi.rgiH, Gore, and Wyudham
Guinness and LeCren., Ltd. Farms f«r Private Sale. WE have a L r:r;?e Number of Farms of al! descriutiona 02 our Eegisttr for Private Sale that nro vorth the money asked for them, and sue woil worth inspection. The followiuy aio eoaie : — PjK.f\ ACRK3 wised Faraiirg Land |Ov dowrs nnd iiais, part liuioatono jiood grain yrowiu^r and lambirt; country. Hou&b :ikc! Good Outbuiidiegs ; Ga'raldino. Fol. 180. Tonne. KK<Th ACltKd Sweet Land, ail Flat OOv w«li watered n-iul fenced, good fattening country ; IHO Acres in Turnips, dwelling. Will c&rry 1000 Ewes well; Geraidine district. Price .210. Fol. 184. O/li<n& ACRES mixed Farming Land 01/1r and First Class Sheep Country, downs and flat. Dwelling and Outbuildings, in Garaldine District. Good Terms. Fo"u 151. KQA ACRE3 Limestone Lq.nd, well OOu watered, splendid lambing coantry and fattens well. Good House and Buildings. Between Garaldine and Pleasant Point. JBB 10s, on Easy Terras. Fol. 97. A f\J\ ACRES very Rich Limestone rxl%J\Jr Land, with substantial Stone j Dwelling and Outbuildings; well 1 watered ; nine miles from railway. Fol. 101. We shall be glad to send intending purchasers further particulars, and assist them to inspect, GUINNESS & LaCREN., LTD Land Agents and Auctioneers. Timaru, Waimate, and Geraidine. 12 129 innii:: bost thing oa Waning Ds.y~— jL "PAINUX"*iai4 j
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