Article image

"■• WBLIO KOTIOES A, VIOTp 6i FUITCTIONAL '<-••'; ALAXUM never fails anyone in such 9 predicament. To sufferers from Sick Headache, . Dyspepsia, Biliousness, and Constipation.itis "a friend in, ; need and,., - a -friend' indeed."" "Assist "tfgtiir'e"'by ; " : .'ALAXUM, and you will avoid a multitude of distressing functional derangements % ~atid diseatos..... Of ..all known medicines, for: ' renewing the energy ALAXUM"' Is the best. Its secondary effects are marvellous. Many persons afflioted with have, testified not only to its immediate relieving properties but to the fact that THE oorb lasts. No care is required while utang it. _ It does not interfere with the diet, habits, or occupation, and produces no inconvenience in its action. It is at once a laxative, an appetiser, and a stimulating tonic, prepared scientifically, and endorsed by the Press as the most vahv able medicine that has ever been offered to the publio in a populai.form. ALAXUM OUHE3 BILIOUSNESS BILIOUS HEADACHE DIZZINESS'■•'. COSTIVENESS SOUR STOMACH LOSS of APPETITE COATED TONGUE INDIGESTION ... .. . . ■ - ° DYSPEPSIA : ; FLATULENCE HEARTBURN PAINS AND DISTRESS AFTER EATING, ' And all Functional Derangements of the System of Nutrition.. NOTE THIS WELL.—The whole system of a human being may be perfectly sound, arid yet through derangement or weakness the organs of the body may perform their functions or their work sluggishly, thus giving rise to want of appetite, and a consequent general impoverishment of the whole being.' Such a condition causes thousands of people to fancy that they are consumptive, while they are really only in need of a remedy to set the organs of the body work-. ing harmoniously. Reason points to two essential qualities in a remedy for this purpose. It must create an appetite for food, and at the same time assimilate its nutriment. With either of these qualities alone the remedy would be worse than useless, but with both it becomes a power for incalculable good. ALAXUM is the only raedioine whioh combines these two qualities. It is a natural appetiser, and its first aotion is to create hunger. After the appetite is satisfied it acts directly on the stomach, liver, and kidneys, clearing away . all effete.matter and exciting them to aotivity. The system then receives nutrition and new life from the p,rx>per assimilation of the food; and where there is no organic disease health must follow. This Is common sense and cannot be gainsaid. • Accept no substitute that may be recommended to be " just as good." It may be better—for the dealer—because of its better profit, but in such an instance the dealer ia not the one who needs help. FROM ALL CHEMISTS AND STOREKEEPERS, 2s 6d. HOUSEWIVES! HOUSEWi VESII HOUSEWIVES! ! J WHAT ABOUT THE SPRING CLEANING? M'KENZIE'S FURNITURE POLISH is the best you can buy. It has stood the test of time, and has no rivals. DO YOU DOUBT THIS? HERE IS THE EVIDENCE 1 FIRST.— As an authority there is none higher in the colony than Mr F. Rawlings, House Steward to His Excellency the Governor, Lord Glasgow. This gentleman, after three years experience of it in Government House, writes: "I have used Mr M'Kenzie's Furniture Polish for three year?, and prefer it to any paste I have seen used either here or at Home for domestic use, and it is simpler of application." If it is the best His Excellency's Steward has beenable to procure at Home or in the colony, you may depend upon it that IT HAS NO EQUAL. SECOND.—The -big furniture warehouses alway< require a first-class article to rub up . their furniture while on view and before sending out. M'KENZIE'S takes first rank. DO YOU DOUBT IT? „ . .. x H ERE IS THE EVIDENCE! we hold testimonials from Messrs Scoul!a» and Chisholm ;A. and T. Inglis; Hooper' B Furniture Warehouse, Octagon; Hitchcock Brothers; Dunedin Furniture Sa'e Rooms • Mackenz:e and Sanders, George street. Read Scoullar audChisholm's Testimonial! Scoullar and Chieholm, Cabinetmakers and Piano Dealers. Wellington, N.Z.. December 22nd, 1892. Mr M'Kenzie, Deab Slit,—We have tried your Furniture Cream, and can highly recommend it—being the best we hive used—Yours truly, . . . .Soocllah and Chisholm.' Original copies of the above are on view at Messrs A. and J. M'Farlanes, Irvine and Stevensons, Young and Anderson's. Ladies of Dunedin, is this not sufficient proof «i.. . Valuable Properties of M'Kenzie's Polish ? It will clean and brighten up Furniture of every description in less time than you would believe possible! It is a cleanly preparation, and not a nasty, greasy, stioky compound! . It is wonderfully economical, and goes a great length, and, MOST IMPORTANT OF ALL, It is lasting, and does not fade like "the morning mist before tho rising bud," as most of the polishes do—" Here today, gone to-morrow " results. . M'KENZIE'S TOLISH remains a Polish ON I " THE FURNITURE ! ■ LOOK OUT FOR IMITATIONS. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery," though we don't quite appreciate it. Go to leading shops and ask for M'KENZIE'S and you will get it—at Drapsrs, Grocers, Ironmongers, Furniture Warehouses, Chemists, Mauk on eveky Bottle.) I Without which none is genuine. S.F.J^. Before using please wash off the effects of greasy pastes from furniture. Not sold by hawkerß. Take a note of this, and beware of anything offered as being' AS GOOD AS M'KENZIE'S. " Wise people learn by others' experience; Fools learn only by their own mistakes I" Be wise, and if you want your SPRING CLEANING EXPEDITIOUSLY and THOROUGHLY DONE use on'y M'KENZIE'S FURNITURE RENOVATOR. Sold in Bottles at Is 6d and 2s. BEWABE OF SPURIOUS IMITATIONS ! PUBLIC NOTICE. npHE EVENING STAR IS DELIVERED •IN DUNEDIN AND ALL THE SUBURBS EVERY EVENING. STRAOHAN'S Bottlel Ale.-Special Brews now ready. Result: Dally Increasing business

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

https://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/newspapers/ESD18971018.2.64.3

Bibliographic details

Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 10447, 18 October 1897

Word Count
929

Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 10447, 18 October 1897

  1. New formats

    Papers Past now contains more than just newspapers. Use these links to navigate to other kinds of materials.

  2. Hierarchy

    These links will always show you how deep you are in the collection. Click them to get a broader view of the items you're currently viewing.

  3. Search

    Enter names, places, or other keywords that you're curious about here. We'll look for them in the fulltext of millions of articles.

  4. Search

    Browsed to an interesting page? Click here to search within the item you're currently viewing, or start a new search.

  5. Search facets

    Use these buttons to limit your searches to particular dates, titles, and more.

  6. View selection

    Switch between images of the original document and text transcriptions and outlines you can cut and paste.

  7. Tools

    Print, save, zoom in and more.

  8. Explore

    If you'd rather just browse through documents, click here to find titles and issues from particular dates and geographic regions.

  9. Need more help?

    The "Help" link will show you different tips for each page on the site, so click here often as you explore the site.

Working