A HOUSEHOLD "Word: " Beehive " Boots. —Genuine testimonials from one to three yea™' wear. Simon Brothers, George street. JJERBERT, HAYNES, & CO.'S HOSIERY DEPARTMENT. In this Department Ladies will find all the Latest Productions in SILK, THREAD, COTTON, AND CASHMERE HOSE Of the Most Reliable Makes at a MODERATE COST. Here will be found Variety and Value which no House in Dunedin can approach. LADIES' RELIABLE RIBBED CASHMERE • HOSE, , 2 Pairs for 3s 6J. Spliced ankleS; with seamless aßd spliced feet. LADIES' CASHMERE HO3F, Embroidered Frontß, From 2s 2d per Pair up. LADIES' RELIABLE, PLAIN, CASHMERE HOSE, 2 Pairs for 3s 6J (Best Finish). LADIES' CASHMERE HOSE (Lace Ankles) From 2s 6d per Pair up, In Black and Tan. HERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO., PRINCE 3 STREET. MEW SEASON WHITEBAIT, Beautifully Preserved (The St. George Brand),] NOW ON SALE By the Trade generally and- ; IRVINE AND STEVENSON, 69 ; 70 George street. TNTEENATIONAL EXHIBITION. Brisbane, Now Zealand Court, July 2 Hh, 1897. Messrs J. Speight and Co., Dunodin. Dear Sirs,— I beg to confirm my cable of 24th— 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 verdiot of all the local brewers. The Stout was both a credit to the Brewer and Bottler, and should have liked to have had some in bulk.—Yours faithfully, (Signed) F. NOTLEY MEADOWS. TO ENGINEERS. BRASS FINISHERS, SAWMAKERS, Etc. JUST OPENED, a Large Stock of the Morse Company's Celebrated TWIST DRILLS, ranging from -J inch to 1-16 inch, and in sets with numbered stands from 1 to 60 on St ib's gauge. S. Newboulds and Co.'s Patent Sandblast FILES, all shapes, sizes, and cuts. Thfse are the most durable and best cutting Files in the market. Screw Chasing Tools, all numbers. § Small Battery Dry Cells; Screw Plates, with taps; Arkansas Set Stones, finest grain ; Wood-carving Tools and Files, etc. HENRY NEILL, Importers of Watchmakers', Jewellers', and Artisans' Tools, 22 RATTRAY STREET. .HE best is aye the cheapest. Ask for the 8 Blue Bell Oatmeal, and take no other TOUT for Invalids.—Strachan's, the best in the market; strongly recommended. Obtainable all leading grocers. (T. GEORGE JAM.—Once used, always used. All Grocers. Quiet and Comfort.—Boys' and Girls' JP Slippers from 9d pair, Ladies' from Is. Simon Brothers. 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 seve re 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 cold. My condition became a most critical one, and I was confined to my bed. Various remedies were 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. Thanks to its use, I am much stronger and better in health than formerly. It cured me when all else failed, and I never tail to speak well in recommendation of it to others.—Sincerely yours (signed) Mrs G. B. Farquhar, 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 arid colds, loss of flesh, paleness—all. are ° signs of a weakened system. The blood laoks nourishment, and the system lacks vitality.. In this condition the bodjr is susceptible to all forms of illness. Theparticular ailment which results 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 "dtid« hypophesphites. .It. is easy on the digestive'brga'nsj andia assimilated readily.
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Evening Star, Issue 10444, 14 October 1897
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