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TO ENGINEERS, BRASSPINISHEHS J SAWMAKERS, Em OPENED, a Large stock of the rrro We pompaoy’a Celebrated TWIST SKILLS, ranging from | inch to 1-16 inch, and insets with numbered stands from 1 to 60 on : fatub s gauge. S. Newbonlda and Co.’s Patent Sandhkst PILES, all shapes, sizes, and cuts. Xnes? are the most durable -and best'cutting files m the market. Screw CHaSiog Tools, all numbers. Small Battery Dry Cells; Screw Plates, with taps-; Arkansas Set Stones, finest gram; Wood-carving Tdola arid Piles, etc. HENRY NEILL, Importers of Watchmakers’, Jewellers’. and Artisans' Tools, £2 RATTRAY STREET, 0 'l7 S E 0 F L ORDS ‘dCD HIGHLAND WHISKY. SAUNDERS’S % 0.8. REGISTERED. This magnificent Whisky, now for the first time placed on this market, is the only Scotch Brand supplied in bulk to the British House of Lords since 1879. There is no other GENUINE House of Lords Whisky, although some dealers may have UNASKED sent samples to that House or supplied occasionally an individual Peer. There is only one Quality, and none is genuine unless bearing the above Registered Trade Malk. Anyone imitating same or refilling bottles will be prosecuted. Solo Exporters: . ORAIGELLACHIE-GLENLIVET DISTILLERY COMPANY, LIMITED. Sole Agents for Dunedin and District: D ALGETY AND CO., LIMITED. WHAT I HAVE SEEN I HAVE SEEN. B saw her gradually fading away under that trying cough to almost a skelew ton.” So writes a father about his little child. You can almost imagine what had happened in that household. Sometimes it all begins with bronchitis, again it is whooping cough, and frequently an ordinary cold starts baby fading away to almost a skeleton. In Mr Gerdou’s case it happened, to quote his own language, in this way “About a year ago our little daughter Violet, now three and a-half years old, had a severe attack of whooping cough. Prior to that time she had been one of the brightest, healthiest babies in the world. She had no difficulty cutting her teeth, and we were always very much surprised ourselves to think that she should keep so * well. When the whooping cough came on we thought that her vitality would carry hen through nicely, and we did not worry until wo noticed that the coughing was becoming chronic, and baby was growing thin under the strain. We then became very nervous over her, for we saw her gradually fading away under that trying cough to almost a skeleton. She lost her appetite, grew pale and weak, and in September we had almost given up hopoi of raising her. She was listless, her eyes were dull; in fact,' she was almost lifeless, except for that cough, cough, cough. A friend advised us early in September to try Scott’s Emulsion. This friend was so earnest that.we decided to try it, and I can now say that our little girl owes her life to it. Scott’s Emulsion eased her coughing at once, loosened the phlegm in her little throat, restored her appetite, and soon we began to see her picking up in flesh and strength. In less than a month she was a different child, and appeared really like her old self again. Scott’s Emulsion absolutely cured her cough, made her fat, gave her a rosy color, aud made her strong and robust in every way. .She is now all animation, and one of the healthiest children yon have ever seen.—Yours faithfully (signed), Saml. Gordon, 22 Colehill road, Munster road, Fulham, London. S.W. January 30th, 1896.” ’ ’ You will notice that Scott’s Emulsion did more than stop the child’s coughing. It “ made her fat, gaveJier a rosy color, and made her strong and robust in every way.” This would have been the effect if the little girl had merely been thin, pale, and weak. • It is always so with children that do not thrive. Scott’s Emulsion nourishes them and gives them strength when it almost seeing impossible to raise tjiein, "

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Evening Star, Issue 10452, 23 October 1897

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 Evening Star, Issue 10452, 23 October 1897