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PUBLIC NOTICES. AMONG OTHER USES, IS EXCELLENT FOIt CLEANING PAINTED WOODWORK SCOURING THE KITCHEN SINK THOROUGHLY CLEANING BATHTUBS WASHING MARBLE FLOORS RENOVATING OILCLOTHS SCOURING KNIVES and ALL METALS except Gold and Silver. GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. BREAKFAST. "By a thorough knowledge ot the natural laws which govern the operations of digestion and nutrition, and by a careful application of the fine properties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr Kpps has provided cur breakfast tables with a delicately-flavored beverage which may save us many heavy doctors' bills. It is by the judicious use of such articles of diet that a constitution may be gradually built up until strong enough to retist every tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are floating around us ready to attack wherever there is a weak point. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with pure blood and a properly-noutished frame." —See article in the 'Civil Service Gazette.' MADE SIMPLY WITH BOILING WATER OR MILK. Sold in Jib packets by Grocers, labelled thus:— JAMES EPP3 AND CO., Homoeopathic Chemists, London, England. MEDICAL. <ARBOLISBD ROSE TOOTH PASTE WHITENS TEE TEETH* PREVENTS TOOTHACHE, and IMPARTS AN AGREEABLE ODOR TO THE BREATH. Prepared by I T. M. WILKINSON, Chemist, Medical Hall, Dunedin. ENGLAND'S BANE. "PWARDS of f-IXTY THOUSANDS of \J the Sons and Daughters of Britain have fallen during the past year of PULMONARY CONSUMPTION. This insatiable disease is the PLAGUK of our nation ! Where is the Home that has not had some dear and loved one snatched from it ? Have not the departed left thousands of Parents and Guardians that will endure a life of Remorse and be daily rebuked by Conscience for having been guilty of Neglect ? Whilst the " SLIGHT COLD " was neglected as a trifling ailment, Disease was gnawing with silent vengeance at the Lungs. Alas 1 when the real secret waf discovered it hacl become TOO LATE ! Thousands of persons would now give world i to recall their lost opportunities of nipping in the bud a disease so fraught with PAIN and MISERY. Parents! Husbands! Wives 1 Sons! Daughters! watch Consumption as a thief—the worst of thieves—the robber of Health, Life, Happiness, and all that is dear to humanity. THE ANTIDOTE. "BAXTER'S LUNG PRESERVER" enjoys a success unparalleled! Its Value to those who suffer from Pulmonary Complaints is inestimable. The "SLIGHf COLD "yields to it in a manner truly amazing! The symptoms of advanced Consumption, too, are alleviated as by a charm. Asthma and Bronchitis flee away as "chaff before the wind." The Organs of Voice have imparted to them a clearness of tone, sweetn> sh, and purity, which renders the Lung Preserver an universal favorite of those who exercise their vocal powers in public. It is within the reach of all, and so pleasant to take that children like it. If you have any Pulmonary disorder try it. To-day you may be in time to destroy the CANKERWORM that preys on your Vitals. To-morrow it may be TOO LATE 1 Life is precious, and hangs upon a very slender thread. At once, then, send to an .Agent for a bottle of "BAXTER'S LUNG PRESERVER," and prove that it really is inestimable. BAXTER'S LUNG PRESERVER COUGH 3, COLDS, BRONCHITIS, Etc. Fold by all Fatent Medicine Vendors in Bottles at Is 6J, 2s Gd, 4s 6d, and 8s each. A gent for Dunedin: Mr B. BAGLEY, Chemist. lOR WINTER COUGHS AND _■ BRONCHIA.—The Marvellous Bemedy for Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption, and all Chest Affections, BONNINGTON'S PECTORAL OXYMEL OF CARRAGEEN OB IRISH MOSS).- . . .. IRISH MCSS littered) Cures the worst kinds of Coughs, Coldß, and Hoarseness, gives immediate relief to Bronchitis, is the best medicine for Asthma, Care.-' Whooping Cough, is invaluable in the eirly stages of Consumption, relieves all Affections of the Chest, Lungs, and Throat. A Dunedin correspondent writes : December Bth, 1880. Seeing your advertisement about IRISH MOSS, I gave it a trial, having suffered much from a slight consumptive cough, with the result that I was completely rid of my cough after taking the second bottle. Hugo's Buffalo Minstrels, Post Office, Dunedin, Sept. 14th, 1887. MR BONNINGTON. Dear Sir,—After suffeiing with a severe cold in the throat, I being unab.'e to sing for two nights, used one bottle of your IRISH MOSS, and I am glad to say it cured me almost instantly. I shall recommend it to all my professional friends.—Yours truly, PRISCILLA VERNE. P.S.— You may use this as a testimonial; also inform me if 1 can get Moss of your make through New Zealand. Sold Everywhere. GEO. BONNINGTON, CHRISTCHURCH. SUFFERER from Nervous and Wasting . Debility, Loss of Vigor, etc., was restored to health in such a remarkable manner, after all else had failed, that ho will, on receipt of a self-addressed, stamped envelope, send the mode of cure Free to all fellowsufferers. Address "A Miner," G.P.0., Sydney. EALTH, STRENGTH, AND \IGOR.Freo by Post, for Six (N.Z.) Penny Stamp?, a Medical Treatise by an eminent French Hospital Physician, thirty years a Pariiiin Specialist (now retired), showing sufferers how they may cure themselves of Nervous Debility, Lost Manhood, etc., eto,, without consulting a medical man. Address "Paiisian," P.O. Box 766, Sjdney. "A boon to all desiring 'Eelf-cure.'" 'Medical Review.' STHMA Cigarettes of Dr Kennedy Doug- . las, Edinburgh (late of Tapanui); the I most reliable and effective in the market•< tiy them; on sale all chemists. Kempthorae, Prosser, and Co., Limited, agents.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 8005, 6 September 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 Issue 8005, 6 September 1889

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