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A WORD ABOUT NEW SEASON’S BOOTS AND SHOES. We Respectfully Invite LADIES TO VISIT THE CONTINENTAL BOOT DEPOT. GENTS TO VISIT THE CONTINENTAL BOOT DEPOT. BOYS AND GIRLS TO VISIT THE CONTINENTAL BOOT DEPOT. NEW GOODS opening up by Direct Steamers, Inspection Invited. NEW GOODS in Large Variety in beat English and Continental Styles. FARMERS AND SETTLERS: Please Remember we only keep Sellable Makes, all made in our own factory. Prices Can’t Be Beaten. CONTINENTAL BOOT DEPOT, PRINCES STREET (Opposite Post Office). JNTBRNA TIONAL EXHIBITION. Brisbane, New Zealand Court, July 24th, 1897. Messrs J. Speight and Co., Dunedin. Dear Sirs, — I beg to confirm my cable of 24 th— GOLD MEDAL BULK ALE, GOLD MEDAL STOUT. The Bulk Ale stood the journey remarkably, and is now more than equal to the best English in the market according to the verdict of all the looal brewers. The Stout was both a credit to the Brower and Bottler, and should have liked to have had some in bulk.—Yours faithfully, (Signed) F. NOTLBY MEADOWS. THE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATE, AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW’ ZEALAND, LIMITED. Capital ... ... £125,000. Directors : The Hon. W. H. Reynolds, M.L.O. Hon. W. Downie Stewart, M.L.O. Thomas Moodie, Eoq, 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 j collects interest, rent, and dividends;- and conducts all general agency business. A MORRISON, Junk .• (Late Foreman A. Morrison & Co., Ltd.), Brabsfodndee and Electro-plater, Manufacturer OF EVERY DESCRIPTION OF Brass Goods. Old Ware Replated equal to New in Silver, Nickel, Gold, etc. Bicycle Plating a Specialty. Telephone 69. Address: MORAY PLACE EAST. ANGLO-PARISIAN SCHOOL OF DRESS CUTTING. TVTEW IDEAL SYSTEM, used by Leading JJv 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. SUMMER Boots and Shoes.—The largest and choicest Stock is at Simon Brothers’, George street. THE WORLD MOVES. "VTOT so very many years ago the man who -Li might have suggested the possibility of sending a message over a wire to England would have been thought insane. Twenty-five years ago to have prescribed cod-liver oil in any form for dyspeptic symptoms would have been received in about the same way. But the world moves. We are not doing things as our parents did at our age. We are discovering many new »usea of cod-fiver oil, thanks to Scott’s Emulsion. A gentleman in England writes:— “ Some three or four years ago I had a severe attack of influenza, leaving behind it as a legacy a recurrence (often from day to day) of most excruciating spasms in the region ot my stomach, frequently alter meals. I so suffered for three years, trying every remedy under the sun, but/' all proved of no avail. I at last betboutht me that I would try Scott’s Emulsion, which at that time a very delicate girl was taking to her great benefit. After taking, say, half a dozen bottles or so, I seemed to gain more strength and put more flesh on to my bones, which before were appreciably getting more exposed. Thfe pain seemed to gradually lessen as I gained flesh and strength, my food seemed to digest better, and the pains became only of two or three months’recurrence. Persisting still in taking Scott s Emulsion up to the present date, I may say that I am now perfectly cured of these pains, and am well and healthy in every respect. I verily believe, had I not taken in hand your valuable tonic, I should not now have been alive to bear testimony to the valuable properties of Scott’s Emulsion, which I am now constantly recommending (and with marvellous, effect in many cases) to all Buffering similarly as I have for years suffered. My friends can all bear testimony to the wonderful changes it has effected on my constitution, and with every feeling of gratitude to you I beg to subscribe myself, yours faithfully (signed) F. S. Colquhodn, The Hall, Owston Ferry, Bawtry, England, January'2oth, 1896.” Having read what precedes this letter, you may desire an explanation. Did it ever occur to you that a weak? stomach may be the result of a weak condition of the whole system, a low state of vitality? You probably know that when vitality is low the weakest part of you will give way, and in spite of all you do this part will remain weak until the aggravating cause behind it is taken away. 6 Scott’s Emulsion is cod iver oil, but not plain cod-liver oil alone. It is f ialatable, sweet, and free from decay and rancidity. It is also partially digested,, and gives nourishment to the system without taxing the digestive organs like ordinary food. It contains the hypophosphites of lime and soda, which aid digestion, stimulate the nerves, and sustain the brain. It is the most rational way of taking cod-liver oil. If yon are weak, thin, coughing, anremic, or suffering in some vital spot, try Scott s Emulsion. We venture to say you will bp surprised at its beneficial effects.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 10435, 2 October 1897

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 Issue 10435, 2 October 1897

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