Article image
Article image
Article image
Article image
This article displays in one automatically-generated column. View the full page to see article in its original form.

PUBLIC NOTICES. ODONTALGIC) Extract from Toothache; la Tjottle.- Kempson, ; ohemtet, 99 George Btroet, -;'■•- ,-<*: AESEALL'S PHARMACY;' IRON IN MEDICINE Is analogous to the importance of iron in the industrial arts. Its use is indicated in all Wasting Diseases. rWhere there exists.noiovejy and, where the red globules of the blood are diminished, where impaired digestion exists or other functions are deranged, whereby the tissueslack nourishment, then the speediest and surest cure is brought about by' giving Iron. It directly increases' ■ the red corpuscles, and changes their pale and shrivelled condition to redness and fulness. Through them the system is more, highly oxygenised, and the conditions' necessary for digestion and renewal of tissue arSr ... secured. .'.. .' THE ELECTRIC THRILL OF HEALTHIs never felt by thosd who are run down.'out of' sorts, poor in blood, badly nourished, with poor appetite, or dyspeptic. - That would be impossible, and so the delight of. living is lost. : THE PHYSICIAN'S TRUMP CARD For ages has been' iron in some form or other, but the difficulty has been its proper combinations, so as to benefit the system without causing unpleasant effects or injuring the stomach. MARSHALL'S TONIC, As prepared by Mr M; Marshall, sen., is a happy combination of the tonic properties of Quinine and that strengthening and energising agent Iron. The Iron in this preparation is in a pure and chemical condition, easily broken up and assimilated by the Blood. . IT BRINGS WEAK PEOPLE Up to the standard of health, feeds the blood, and acts on the nerves, removing Debility and Muscular Weakness quickly. MARSHALL'S TONIC : Is the very best Nerve and Brain Tonic made. It will cure neuralgia ; it will create an appetite ; it will enrich and purify the blood; it will build up and strengthen the whole sj stem; it is,in fact, the finest remedy you can get for Lassitude, Depression of Spirits, and NervousIF YOU HAVE HAD INFLUENZA, Or if your wife has had it, do not fail to get a bottle. It will most likely prove to be just what was wanted to bring back health and strength. Everyone knows how weak lufiuenza leaves the patient. Therefore a Tonic such as this should always be given to enable the body to throw off the dregs of the disease and prevent relapses. MARSHALL'S TONIC is sold in bottles at Is ' 6d and 2s 6d at MARSHALL'S PHARMACY, j FOR PALE GIRLS, Suffering from anaemia, we recommend a short course of our BLOOD PILLS (Dr Blaud's formulas). These Pills contain iron in a form that is easily assimilated by the blood. The,? have been well proved in thousands of cases, and have restored many to health who had been suffering for years. Price, 2s 6d a bottle. FROG IN THE THROAT, The celebrated Cough and "Voice Lozenge, Bhould be used by all Singers, TeacheM, and Preachers. It helps the voice, clears the throat from phlegm and mucous, and makes the voice as clear as a bell. Is boxes. MARSHALL'S INFLUENZA MIXTURES Have cured thousands. They can cure you or your children if they should be attacked. For Cold in the Head they are without an equal, and will soon break it up. Price, 3s. Two bottles sufficient for a family. When you have the Toothache you must get MARSHALL'S ODONTALGICON if you wish to get instant relief. Is Boxes. When you have a Corn that is giving you fits and you wish to get rid of it, get MARSHALL'S KURA KLAVA, the Prince of Corn Cures; Is. For a splitting Headache get a Box of Dr CROSSLAND'S r HEADACHE CACHETS ; they cure the worst headache in 15 minutes. Price, Is 6d. Dr CROSSLAND'S NOXOL is the best remedy on the market for Indigestion, Constipation, Liver and Stomach Disorders ; the only tasteless remedy on the market. Price, Is 6d.

All the above Preparations kept in Stock at MARSHALL'S PHARMACY, 86 Princes street, Duncdin. I CYCLES. BICYCLES. A shipment of the "Wil oe SOLD CHEAP to close consignmen A. AND T. BURT, Ld. PUBLIC NOTICE. pHE EVENING" STAR RUNNERS' - SOCIETY Deliver Bills, Circulars, Plans etc., from house to house, in any district in Dunedin and Suburbs.from Is 6d per 100. Printing by the Evening Star Office. For information, etc., apply to th«s Publisher, office of this paper. MEN START AT MY STATEMENTS BENJAMIN GUM. THOUSANDS of BOTTLES have been sold, and uuiversal praise of its curative qualities Is the result. I eould fill columns of this newspaper with testimonials, but you cin save me that expense by trying a bottle. I will guarantee it to cure your cough, or I will return the price. IT CANNOT FAIL ! I REMEMBER! BENJAMIN GUM Is an old-fashioned remedy, now for the first time scientifically prepared for the public use. Extract from the ' "Weekly Press': The Benjamin Tree is a native of Sumatra, Bornea, and Siam, and yields a balsamic resin, employed by the Islanders for all pectoral affections, with marvellous efficacy. The preparation of Spencer Vinc-nt contains the resin in its pure state, combined with a flavoring oil, which renders it highly palatable. This for Coughs and Colds is unequalled for both adults arid children, and it may be absolutely relied upon to cure chronic diseases of the chest if regularly and continuously used. Within a few weeks of its introduction to New Zealand by Mr Vincent [many wonderful cures have been effected by its means. It must be used consistently with the directions given to prove its value. Note the Name: SPENCER VINCENT'S GREAT BENJAMIN GUM EXTRACT. : Take no other Remedy, but insist on having BENJAMIN GUM. PRICE Is 6d. Obtainable from all respectable Chemists and General Storekeepers. 1\ ED £P£ DYNB rolieveß most virulent 0.1 Neuralgia or Faceache; 2a 6d per bottle. Kempson, chemist. 99 «- '-*—*. e wl "«-

This article text was automatically generated and may include errors. View the full page to see article in its original form.
Permanent link to this item

Bibliographic details

Page 6 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Star, Issue 10424, 20 September 1897

Word Count

Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 Evening Star, Issue 10424, 20 September 1897