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Stone Pippins Stone Pippins French Crabs... French CrabsScarlet Permains 24 for 1 0 18 for 1 0 14 for 1 0 18 for 1 0 12 for 1 0 8 for' 1 0 Evaporated Apples Evaporated Peaches Evaporated Apricots Stoneless Prunes Californian Prunes Loose Figs 0 9 per lb 0 10 per lb 0 10 per lb 0 9 per lb 0 8 per lb 0 7 per lb lib boxes 0 6 TEA. Wo have tried all the various Packet T-.aa'l New Zealand, and now confidently say there is NC SUCH VALUE as we give at 1/7 PER LB. 1/4 . 1/2 .. Yon pay no middlemen's proflta by dealing' SUGAR. Best Company No. 1 or Mauritin« Sogar (with tea) ... LB. GROCERY GOODS. All the Best Brands o£ OILMEN'S STORES landing by every Steamer. PROVISIONS. SAUSAGES AND COOKED MEATS of all kinds, CHEESE of nolected Borte, Choicest

EVERYTHING SOLD at ROOK - BOTTOM PRICES for CASH. TRVINE AND STEVENSON'S GREAT GROCERY EMPORIUM GEORGE STREET. A MORRISON, Junk .» (Late Foreman A. Morrison b Co., Ltd.), bbahefodndeh and eleotbo-platkb, manufactures op every description op Brass Goods. Old Ware Replated equal to New. in Silver, Nickel, Gold, etc Bicycle Plating a Specialty. Telephone 69. Address: MORAY PLACE EAST. ►ATENTS. 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.

t: Daily increasing business. DONTALGIC Extract gives instant relief \S from Toothache; 1b bottio. Kempson, chemist, 99 George street. GREAT OAKS FROM LITTLE ACORNS GROW. A COUGH or a cold is rarely serious in itself. The serious phases are the condition it reveals and what it may develop into if this condition is neglected. We often read of severe illness that starts from taking cold. For instance, here is a case:— "I some time ago suffered from inflammation of the lungs, brought on by a severe cola. Mv condition became a most critical one, and I was confined to my bed. Various remedies wcro tried, but failed to give any benefit, and I began to despair of ever getting well again. I was advised to try Scott's Emulsion, and did so. I found relief after taking the first few doses, and, by continuing-to take it for some time, was ultimately quite cured. to its uae, I am much stronger and better in health than formerly. It enred me when *ll else failed, and I never fail to speak well in recommendation of it to others.—Sincerely vours (signed) Mrs G. B. Fakqchak, The Parade, Norwood, Adelaide, S.A., July 30,1895." It is almost an every-day occurrence to hear of lung affections "brought on by a severe cold," and also of remarkable cures of Scott's Emulsion; but the secret of the cause of both is not so often explained. Let us explain it in a few words for you. Coughs and colds, loss of flesh, paleness—all are signs of a weakened system. The blood lacks, nourishment, and the system lacks vitality. In this condition the body; is susceptible to all forms of illnssa. The particular ailment which resultß from neglect of it is merely a matter of tendency. The reason Scott's Emulsion is so adapted to these weak conditions is because it allays the local irritation and brings back the resistive force the vital strength —to the system. Scott's Emulsion is'the easiest «nd best way to take, cod-liver oil and hypophosphites. It is th.e digestive organs, and is assimilated readily, * ■■" -' -. v '"' ■'

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 10419, 14 September 1897

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