■ MEDICAL. • BARRACLOUGH'S AGACIAN BALSAM ' Headache, Indigestion, Constipation and Biliousness. -o \ The immense number of orders for Frootoids, sent by poSt'direct to the Proprietor, is convincing proof that the Public appreciate their splendid curing power over.the above-named complaints. Frootoids are elegant in appearance and pleasant to ' take; they ' are immensely more valuable than an ordinary aperient; they remove from the blood, tissues, and internal organs, waste poisonous matter that is clogging them and choking the channels that lead to arid from them. The beneficial effects of "Frootoids are evident by the a bright, cheery sense of-perfect health taking tho place of sluggish, depressed feelings, by the liver acting properly, and by tho food being properly digested. Frootoids are the proper aperient medicine to take when any Congestion or Blood Poison is present, or when Congestion of the Brain or Appoplexy is present or threatening. They have been tested; and have been proved .to afford quick relief in such cases when other aperients have not done any good at aIL Frootoids aot splendidly on the Inzer; a dose taken at bed-time, once a week, ia highly beneficial. A constipated habit of body will'be completsly cured if the patient will on each occasion, when suffering, take a dose of Frootoids, instead of an ordinary aperient. The patient thus gradually beoomes independent of Aperient Medicines. Prioe 1/6. Chemists, Medicine Vendors, or the Proprietor, W. G. Hearne, Chemist, Geelong, Victoria. "Not ill—but just not quite well!" Are you one of the thousands whofrom time to time express their feelings thus ? If you are a Man you may complain of Pains in the Side and Dull Headaches, Want of Appetite, Costiveness, Disordered Stomach, a sense of Fulness, Depression or Languor after Eating, Shortness of Breath, Nervousness, and perhaps Piles or a touch of Rheumatism. If you are a Woman you may suffer from Constipation and Pains in the Back, Bilious or Sick Headaches, Irritability, Nervousness, and an "All Gone" sense of .weakness, etc. Under these circumstances use promptly Loasby's "Wahoo," an unfailing remedy for Liver, Kidney, Stomach and other troubles, and also a Nerve Strengthens and a gentle but bracing Tonic It is "the Remedy of the Age I" Loasby's "Wahoo" restores that "snap," "vim," and "go," without which life is often but a weary drag. Your Chemist or Storekeeper wUI supply you at 2s 6d a Bottle. But— be sure you get LOASBY'S "WAHQO!" ~ DENTISTRY. I WHEN HAVING I I A TOOTH I 1 FILLED B —Don't study the first cost only, I ■ study tbe final cost. <| B A cheap filling will preserve the I B tooth for a few years only. Eg It will then be apt to break H away or decay, with the loss M of more teeth—and, of course, El money. M A flrst-class filling inserted by one ! B of our Dental Specialists may per- § ■ haps cost a little more at flrst, but J ■ will preserve the tooth much long- ! B er and in better condition. i U IT IS CERTAINLY CHEAPER IN \ H THE END. t B I« the best nay too good for , fl YOUR Teeth? j BJ See us when you want your Teeth B Filled or Painlessly Extracted. m We make no charge for extract- I H lug when sets are ordered. j§ M Nurses ln Attendance. I| B Hours, 8.30 to 6 daily. Mi D Saturday, 8.30 to 1; 7 to 8. B 1 AMERICAN DENTAL I 1 PARLORS. 1 C DR. RAYNER, | 9 QUEEN AND WELLESLBY STS., I ■ AUCKLAND. I PHOTOGRAPHY. PROJECTION! IAMT« Enlarging y^" _J Laimtter'Mi Slides *Of all Kinds.-~tO a-ad EXMIBITINGSe.nd.for FREE - CfrLWULDSmSa. E I SIfARLJW©&C"IIS. r ~ r,] -—~. F*h«to Supply Store.s ■■■ >■—- m Auckland. ARCHITECTS. EDWARD MAHONEY & SON, ARCHITECTS. QUEEN-ST., AUCKLAND. BOOTS AMD SHOES. Jj"- 43?1T""' TT TIIE BETTER CLASS OF _\ MADE TO ORDER BOOTWAEE, SEXTIE, 38 SHORTLAND-ST. Opposite Auckland Club. P.S. — Surgical Boots Hade.
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