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ANGLO-PAUISIAN SCHOOL OF DRESS CUTTING. IDEAL SYSTEM, used by Loading Dressmakers in London and Paris. Accurate, Scientific, Thorough, Practical, and EASILY LEARNT. CLASSES DAILY; also, MONDAY and WEDNESDAY EVENINGS. Miss KATE STEWART, High street (opposite D.1.0.). Prospectus on Application, JNTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. Brisbane, New Zealand Court; July 24th, 1807. Messrs J. StEIGHT and Co., Dunedin. Dear Sirs,— I beg to confirm my cable of 24th— GOLD MEDAL BULK ALE, GOLD MEDAL STOUT. The Bulk Ale stood the journey remarkably, and is now morb than equal to the best English in the market according to the Verdict of all the local brewers. The Stout was both a credit to the Brewer and Bottler, and should have liked to have had some in bulk.—Yours faithfully, (Signed) F. NOTLBY MEADOWS. JT, CARTER, • 45 George street. Just Landed, splendid assortment of CROCKERY AND HARDWARE, Dinner and Tea Sets, Toilet Sets, Bedroom Ware, etc., etc. We wish to call special attention to our BROWN TEAPOTS, As they are a very fine lot, and are going quickly. J. T. CARTER, 45 George street. PPOBAR AND SON (from Cashel street, • Christchurch), Umbrella Manufacturers, have opened a Branch Shop, 113 George street, Dunedin. Numerous designs in Handles and Fittings, All work guaranteed. Pobar’s Price List: Strong Italian Cloth from 2s 6d; Satin de Chene (Italian), 4s 6d ; Levantine from 5a 6d; best Twill Silk, 6s 6d; Sticks from Is; Scissors ground and sot, 3d. WE KEEP OUR GOOD NAME.

NEW SEASON’S SHIPMENTS • FOR SPRING TRADE NOW LANDING, Comprising BEST ENGLISH AND FOREIGN MAKES In Hlgh-clana Goods. Ladies and Gents, Give Us a Call. BOOT Princes street (Opposite Post Office). DEPOT, The perpetual trustees, estate, AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED. Capital £125,000. Directors: The Hon. W. H. Reynolds, M.L.C, Hon. W. Downie Stewart, M.L.O. Thomas Moodie, Esq. Walter Hislop, Esq, Manager Walter Hislop. This Company acts as Executor or Trustee under wills and settlements; as Attorney for absentees or others; manages properties; negotiates loans; collects interest, rent, and dividends; and conducts all general agency business. JpATBNTS. TRADE MARKS. Established 1882. HENRY HUGHES, C.E., M.E., Regd. Patent Agent by Govt. Exam., MANSE STREET, DUNEDIN, And at Christchurch, Wellington, Napier, and Auckland. Patents and Trade Marks obtained in all Countries Specifications and Drawings accurately prepared. STRACHAN’S Bottled Ale.—Special Brews now ready. Result: Dally increasing business.

LETTER FROM AN ENGLISHMAN. THERE are many persons who have an experience similar to that told in the following letter “I arrived in this colony in January, 1892. My reason for leaving England was that I suffered severely for a long time from colds and a chronic cough, culminating in September. 1891, in bronchitis, and the doctors feared I should lapse into consumption. For the benefit of my health, on the advice of the medical men who attended me, I left England in December, 1891, arriving here as above stated, carrying with mo a stock of Scott’s Emulsion. From the first I found great benefit from its use, and on arrival here consulted a doctor, who said I could do nothing better than continue using it. I took it regularly for about six months, and at the end of that time, being quite free from cough or cold, and experiencing no trouble from my lungs I ceased using it, and have not required any medicine of any kind since, being in thorough health. Scott’s Emulsion I consider responsible for my present robust condition, and it is a great pleasure to me to certify to the value of Scott’s Emulsion.—Yours faithfully (signed) “Will. A. Mullins, 7 Bucknell street, Sydney, New South “Wales, November 14th, 1895.” It is not always necessary to be born in England or live there in order to suffer from the various phases of throat and lung complaints. Usually the persons who take cold easily, cough.

and have inflammation of the breathing and speaking organs are’ those who lack vitality. They live in every country of the world. They offer no resistance to the attacks of the weather. Often they are thin, pale, and delicate. At any rate, Scott’s Emulsion is above all other remedies in its effectiveness when .taken for these weaknesses. It relieves the .local irritation of throat and lungs and strengthens the system, giving new life to the blood and flesh to the whole body. It is an excellent remedy for coughs and colds. For consumption, or a tendency towards this disease, Scott’s Emulsion is a remarkable curative agent'. ' It overcomes the wasting tendencies of children, and gives flesh, strepgth, and vitality.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 10417, 11 September 1897

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