A LADY’S TOILET IS INCOMPLETE WITHOUT A PERFECT-FITTING GLOVE. JJERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO.’S GLOVE DEPARTMENT. In this department will be found the moat reliable GLOVES for Fit, Cut, and Durability to bo met with in the Colony. Ladies desirous of being well gloved at a moderate cost should inspect our extensive stock. 1 /If / 4-button Tan Kid, white points ) -i m -t x I x 1 1.4-button Tan Castor, self points (■*■/•*■•>■ 2/6. '4-buttonTan, Brown, and Grey’ Kid. black and self points 4-button Black Kid, black points 4-button Black Kid, white, red, gold, and blue points 4-button Tan Castor, fancy points 4-button White Castor, black, fancy, and self points 4-button Tan Suede, self points 2/6 2/11 4-button English Tan Doe 4-button Tan Doe, fancy points 4-butr.on Dent’s Tan and Brown, fancy 'punts. 2/11 3/6 '2-button Cycling Gloves, per-' forated palms 4-button Cycling, kid palms j 4-button Fowno’s Best Tan Doe ( 4-button Fowno’s Best White points 4-button Fowne's White Doe, V black and fancy points. . 3/6 5/ U-r4-button Black Kid, white, - ' fancy', and b'ack points 4-button Colored Kid, fancy and self points 4-button Tan, Brown, and Grey Suede, fancy points 4-button Black Suede, white points. j 3/11 Mr Haynes bought a lino < f 50 dozen REAL FRENCH KID GLOVES, hand sewn, in Tans, Browns, Greys, and Blacks, usually sold at 6s 6d, These we are now selling at the low pries of 4/11 PER PAIR. REAL DEERSKIN GLOVES, 5/11 PER PAIR. HERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO., DUNEDIN,
STOCKING. THERE are thousands <-f mothers who would like good Stockings for their boys and girls, but don’t know where to go. GIVE US A TRIAL; we will save yon time, trouble, and money. Our STOCKINGS are manufactured from the best New Zealand Wool. JAMES M‘WILLIAMS, Hosiery and Shirt Manufacturer, Royal Arcade, Dunedin. T> FORREST JL\i» ARCHITECT, REMOVED TO JOEL’S BUILDINGS, Crawford street. OT, GEORGE JAM.—Once used, always V’ need. All Grocer® AN EXPERIENCE IN SOUTH AFRICA. GEORGE REINH ARD is one of the many young men who have gone out from England to South. Africa to seek their fortune. These travellers have interesting experiences, not the least interesting of which are the hardships they have to undergo in order to trade with the Natives. Mr Reinhard has written a letter, dated at Cape Town, May 3rd, 1895, in which he says:— “ Three years ago I went into the interior of Africa; I was then in perfect health, weighing nearly thirteen stone. AVhile there I caught a fever, which hung about me for many months. After about four months of this fever I beaan to feel pains in my lungs. I did not pay very much attention to these pains at first, until they grew more troublesome and I began to cough. , My. coughing became intense; it wrenched and strained ray lungs, and soon I was raising quantities of blood. The pains in my lungs continued to grow worse, and I became so emaciated that my friends thought 11 could not possibly live. “ In February last, when I was in Sraithfield, I in the Orange Free State, a friend advised me to try Scott’s Emulsion. I began to take the Emulsion as directed, and felt relief at' once. My cough became easier from the outset, I did not wrench and strain as I had been doing, and it did not hurt my lungs so much, and I found also that the pain in my lungs was relieved. I could not believe that any remedy would have such quick and satisfactory results. I kept raising less and less quantities of blood, until I did not raise any at all, and at the same time I began to feel stronger and better in every way. I rested more quietly at night and steadily gained in weight. It seems most extraordinary, but nevertheless it is a fact, that during February, March,, and April, the' time that I took Scott’s Emulsion, I gained three stone in weight and completely recovered my health. lam now as well as I ever was, thanks to Scott’s Emulsion, and I cannot say too much in its favor.” Mr Reinhard’s experience with Scott’s Emulsion is just as important to sufferers in Australia as in South Africa. You will profit by this South African experience if it induces you to try this remedy. Scott’s Emulsion is a palatable and easy form of CodJiver Oil combined with the hypophosphites of lime and soda. These important nutrients are just what the 1 consumptive needs-. to relieve coughing, allay the irritation • of ;the> lungs and give flesh, strength* and vitality,.
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Evening Star, Issue 10437, 5 October 1897
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