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PUBLIC NOTICES. ' J. G. GREEN. COMPULSORY Sale of Boots, Shoos, and Slippers; everything reduced; must sell. J. G. Green, 57 George street, MEN’S Watertights, 8s lid ; Strong Shoes, 6s 6d; Canvas" Shoes, 3s lid; Buckle Leggings, 4s 6d; Slippers, Is lid ; Clogs, 7a 6d. AD IBS’ Shoes from 4s 6d; Elastic Sides, 4s lid; Lace-up Boots, 5s lid; Slippers, ls;6d; Tan Shoes, 4s 6d. ABIES’ Cloth Gaiters, 2s lid, 3s 6d, 4s 6d j Gents’, 4s 6d. J. G. Green, 37 George street. Compulsory Sale. SMITH AND SMITH. MIRRORS Bevelled edge and plain (variety of sizes), in handsome frames; suitable for drawing rooms, etc. MIRRORS of finest quality at astonishingly low prices. We have a good assortment on view, and invite inspection. MIRRORS in handsome frames, of newest style ; suitable for 'gifts. Smith and Smith, Octagon. PICTURE Framing of any kind, in best styles, at lowest rates ; prices on application.’ Smith and Smith. PICTU RE Framing at greatly reduced rates; Mouldings of various qualities and newest designs. Smith and Smith. PICTURE Framing, wholesale and retail. Special low rates for advertising cards and large quantities. PICTURE Frame Mouldings—A very large stock of the Newest Designs, wholesale and retail. Smith and Smith. ENAMEL Paints (40 colors), Is tin; Bath Enamels, Is 6d and Is IQd. PAPIER-MACHE Centre Flowers; light and easily fixed to any ceiling; 24in to 60in diameter. Smith and Smith. W. ELDER. ELDER’S Quinine and Iron Tonic.—Firstclass “toner” after influenza; also for general debility, weakness, etc.; 2s 6d a bottle. ELDER’S lodised Blood Purifier is just the right thing as a spring medicine, curing skin eruptions and acting as a good blood renovator ; 2s a bottle. ELDER’S “Broncho” for coughs, colds, influenza, and all bronchial affections; pleasant to take; Is 6d a bottle. ELDER’S Headache Cachets cure bad headaches in 20 minutes ; Is box of 12. MISCELLANEOUS. RHODES, Steam Laundry, N.B, Valley. Telephone 780. Van collects parcels. RT. GEORGE JAM.—Ask for and see that you get it. Alt grocers. KECORD Rain. Economise by using Lethaby’s Umbrellas to keep yourselves dry ; grand display of Ladies’ and Gents’ Umbrellas ; see our windows. Carriage Umbrellas, 10s 6d. Lethaby, umbrella manufacturer, 61 Princes street. LETHABY’S Price List. —Strong Italian Cloth from 2s 6d ; Satin de chine, Italian, 4b 6d; Levantine, 5s 6d; Best Twill Silk, 6s 6d; Sticks from Is; Wires, Cd; Scissors Ground, 3d per pair, Lethaby, umbrellamaker, Princes street. BOTTLED Alt and Stout. —Ask your Drocer for Strachau’s, and do not take inferior brands. HT. (iEOKUE JAM.—once used, always ured. AM Grocers. PUBLIC NOTICE. mHB EVENING STAR RUNNERS SOCIETY Deliver Bills, Circulars, Plan etc., from house to house, in any district i: Dunedin and Suburbs, from Is 5d per 100. Printing by the Evening Star Office, For information, etc., apply to the Publishei < ffice of this paper. THE CELEBRATED TOBACCO, New Shipment Just Landed. MENDELSOHN AND SON, Sole Agents for N.Z. AMERICAN RUBBER TYPE, STAMPS, AND INKS. RUBBER SIGN MARKERS, BRASS PLATES, STENCILS, Etc. REMNITZ AND NIOHOLSOI Ekgbavers, Dowling street (Opposite Cmr Hall). TOHN GILLIE ** FURNITURE WAREHOUS 18 George street, Dunedin, Has opened out Handsome Italian and Fren BEDSTEADS, New Designs, in Black and Gold. SUPERIOR KAPOK BEDDING, Spring and Woollen FLOCK MATTRESSES, all sizes. Carpets, Rugs, Floorcloths, Linoleums, in har some New Patterns. - Furniture in great variety to choose from. Prices sent on application. Time Payments arranged. Terms very easy. JOHN GILLIES, FUNERAL ESTABLISHMENTS, 18 George street, and 11 Great King street. Funerals conducted in Town or Country, All necessary Funkralßequisites kept in stock. Telephone 534. E AFTER THE OFFICE IS CLOSED THE VENING STAR MAT BE OBTAINED FROM LADS STANDING AT , GRAND HOTEL CORNER, OCTAGON (George street corner), OGQ’S CORNER (South Dunedin), And from P. MITCHELL, Arcade. DRINK ONLY PURE CEYLON OR BLENDED ST. GEORGE JAM Selected Fruit Best Sugar All grocers. ■ ■VTEUKANODYNB relieves most vlrt Neuralgia or Faiceaohe; 2s 6d per bo Kempson. chemist, 99 George street, SK for the Blue Bell Brand of Oatn and see that yon get it.
PARALYSIS IS CURABLE. GRATIFYING RECOVERY OF A SYDNEY RESIDENT. Paralji-H, so often regarded as incurable, has latterly been successfully cox bated, and in corroboration of the statement wo append the interesting story of a Sydney resident, Mrs Moz=ll, confectioner, of 249 Cleveland and Buckingham streets, Redfern, as related only this week to a reporter “ About a year ago I was very ill indeed with what my medical adviser to’d me was paralysis, and I was also informed that my heart was effected. The paralysis was in my left arm. I also suffered f.ora excruciating pains in the head, which made me quite hysterical. The pains would only continue for a few minutes, but were very severe whilst they lasted. Indigestion attacked me in addition, so you see that I had quite a catalogue of ailments. Although I had the very best advice ob'ainable, I experienced no permanent relief. I then spent a great deal of money in the purchase of patent medicines, with a like result, and I began to despair of ever getting better. My attention was one day drawn to an advertisement of ‘ Dr Williams’s Pink Pills for Pale People,’ and reading of one or two cases where the symptoms described were very similar to my own, I determine! to try them, although my husband was averse to ray doing so, and thought it was a further waste of money'. However, I Md him t hat if they did me no good I would never spend another penny in medicine, so he reluctantly consented to my doing so. I should mention that prior to this my doctor had ordered me away from home for a change, as be feared that what with my illness and business responsibilities I would overtax the brain. lam telling you this that yon may judge for yourself as to the really serious condition to which I was reduced. However, I bought some boxes of Dr ‘Williams’s Pink Pills, and commenced faking them, following the instructions on the direction sheet, which I see is wrapped round each box.” “Did you find any improvement in your condition after taking the first box Mrs Mozell ? ’ “ I did, and it was that that induced me to continue them. I took the pills for a considerable time and made steady improvement whilst doing so. I can now do my work as well as ever I did. In fact, only yesterday I did as heavy a day’s washing as ever I have done in my life, and I don’t think that a bad day’s work for oce who has suffered from paralysis.” “ Certainly it was not, Mrs Mozell; but do you attribute all these good results to Dr Williams’s Pink Pills?" “Most decidedly I do, for with the exception of a laxative, as recommended on the direction sheet, I have taken no other medicine, and my two daughters, observing their wonderful curative properties, have recently commenced taking them, as one suffers from Indigestion and the other poorness of blood. I can confidently recommend them to all who question me about them, having a firm belief in their good qualities and must add that they profess to do no more than they can do.” Dr Williams’s Pink Pills are a sure remedy for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Locomotor Ataxy, St. Vitus’s Dance, Nervous Headache, Scrofula, Chronic Erysipelas, etc. They are not a purgative, but they restore pale and yellow complexions to the glow of health and are a specific for troubles peculiar to the female, while in men they effect a radical cure in ali cases arising from worry, overwork, or excess of any nature. Dr Williams’s Pink Pills are obtainable from all leading chemists, or from the Dr Williams’s Medicine Company, Wellington, N.Z , who will forward (post paid), on receipt of stamps or post office order, ono box for 5s or half a dozen for 15s 9d.—[Advt ] ’ “ I am afraid that Bobbie is inclined to be very superficial,” said the father, who had been asking some questions about school! “ He never seems to go below the surface.” “ You are always doing that boy an injustice,” replied the mother. “You seem to have wholly forgotten the time he went skating on thin ice last summer.” PUBLIC NOTICIS
All departures should be sudden.”—Disraeli, And the more sudden the Departure of the Common-place Mixed Teas of China, Fiji, and Japan from this City the better for the Public Health. HON DAI-LANKA BEST CEYLON IS THE REAL, GENUINE DELICIOUS ARTICLE. IN ITS NATIVE PURITY. “IT IS THE FINEST OF ALL ENGLISH BREAKFAST TEAS.” Sealed in Lead Packages; Direct from Ceylon. BY ROYAL WARRANT TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. DEWAR’S EXTRA SPECIAL PERTH WHISKY PURE, OLD, MILD, MELLOW, WHOLESOME. W. SCOULAR AND CO., WHOLESALE AGENTS, 1
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