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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 10460, 2 November 1897
ANiEMIA EATS UP VITALITY.
WHY SHOULD GIRLS RENOUNCE THE PLEASURES AND COMFORTS OF LIFE? DR WILLIAMS’S PINK PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE WILL CURE YOU. [From the ‘ Tarrangower Times,’ Victoria.] “ My daughter had been strong and healthy until almost two years ago,” said Mrs Eowe, of North Maldron, Victoria, to our reporter, “ when she grew very pale and thin. She became weak and low-spirited, lost her appetite, her sleep was troubled and restless, and the least exertion fatigued her—in fact, she had to take her sister’s arm for support when out walking. She was of a wonderfully active and cheerful disposition before this change took place, and the alteration, therefore, caused us great concern, and medical aid was sought. But no good resulted. Several medicines were tried, but she became weaker and more listless every day. The doctor said she was suffering from amemia, or poorness of blood. We then became seriously alarmed, and consulted different medical men, who prescribed, and told bliss Slay to take as much exercise as possible. She, being fond of flowers, naturally turned her attention to the garden, but had to abandon the work, as the least exertion exhausted her. Often, when I thought she was out taking exercise in the fresh air, I have found her in the drawing room with her head resting in her hands, and in a somnolent state. Then, when disturbed, she would steal quietly to her room, and remain there for hours at a time. At this stage we became extremely anxious concerning her health, and again sought medical advice, as we thought she was going into a decline. It was of no use though; nothing did her any good. She was then so thin and weak that the slightest exertion tired her. She also suffered from severe cramps in the legs. “ Friends then recommended patent medicines, and two or three kinds were tried unsuccessfully. “At last I decided to take her away to the country for a change, but just as I was about to do so I saw in the ‘Tarrangower Times’ an advertisement about Dr Williams’s Pink I ills for Pale People, and noticing that people with symptoms similar to those of ray daughter had been cured, I determined to give them a trial. “After using half a box a great improvement was noticeable, and after using three boxes she regained her appetite, was able to sleep with comfort, and was so strong and well that we considered there was no necessity for her continuing to take Dr Williams’s Pink Pills. So she discontinued them. I honestly believe my daughter’s recovery was due to this great remedy. She is now as well as ever she was in her life! She has a fine color, is able to eat and sleep well, and can take any amount of outdoor exercise without feeling fatigued. I feel very grateful to Dr Williams for my daughter’s recovery, and would like to have the case made known, as it may induce others who suffer as my daughter did to try this remedy to their benefit, and thus perhaps bring sunshine and happiness to their homes.” Great satisfaction has been expressed by Miss Bowe s large circle of friends that she is again enjoying good health, and able to take her accustomed place at local social gatherings. I)r Williams s Pink Pills have a remarkable efficacy in curing diseases arising from an impoverished condition of the blood or an impairment of the nervous system, such as rheumatism, neuralgia, ( partial paralysis, locomotor ataxia, bt. \ itus s dance, nervous headache, nervous prostration, and the tired feeling therefrom, the after-effects of la grippe, influenza, and severe co ds, diseases depending on humors in the blood, such as scrofula, chronic erysipelas, etc. Dr Williams’s Pink Pills give a healthv glow to pale and sallow complexions, and are a specific for the troubles peculiar to the female system and m the case of men they effect a radical cure in all ca«es arising from mental worry over-work, or excesses of any nature. Dr Williams’s Pink Pills are sold only in boxes bed ring the firm’s trade mark and wrapper (printed m red ink). They are never sold m bulk, or by the dozen or hundred, and any dealer who offers substitutes in this form is trying to defraud, and should be avoided. These pills are not a purgative. They are genume on!y with the full name, Dr, Williams’s Pink Piiis for Pale People, and are sold by all chemists and by Dr Williams’s Medicine Company, Wellington, K.Z., who -will forward (post paid), on receipt of stamps or post order, one box for 3s, or half dozen for 15s 9d They are unrivalled as a tonio for both sexes.— [ADVT.J
Prejudiced,-"There,” he said, as he finally turned the key in the look, “ there ia an example of patient mental effort." "It looked to roe,” she thoughtfully remarked, like a coarse example of mere brute force.” But then—she was only his wife.
PUBLIC NOTICES. J. G. GREEN. Sale of Boots, Shoes, and V Slippers; everything reduced; must sell- J. G. Green, 37 George street. Watertight*, 8s lid ; Strong Shoes, Os 6(1; Canvas Shoes, 3a lid; Bnokle Leggings, 4s 6il; -Slippers, la lid ; Clogs. 7a 6d 1 j A Vj 8 t 68 from 48 6d 5 Elaats ° Sides, ", 4 H lld > Lace-up Boots, 5s lid; Slirmers ls:6d ; Tan Shoes, 4s 6d. PperS ’ LADIES’ Cloth Gaiters, 2a lid, 3s 6d, 4s 6d, Gents’, 4s 6d. J. G. Green. 37 George street. Compulsory Sale, , DUTTON’S WAHOO. T HEN using Pink Pills Dutton’s Wahoo is tue best laxative. A LL who use it say no better brand on sale. AYMAN AND 00. are our Wholesale Agents, fl B F all spring medicines the best and most V-P certain is Dutton’s Wahoo. o RDER from your chemist or grocer, and see yon get it ;"2a 6d a bottle. W, ELDER. TTILDBR’S. Quinine and Iron Tonic.—Firstafter also for general debility, weakness, etc.; 2a 6da bottle. rM Ught thing as a spring medicine, curing skin eruptions and acting as a good blood renovator; 2s a bottle. sy ELDER’S “Broncho” for coughs, colds, influenza and all bronchial affections; Pleasant to take; la 6d a bottle. | l ®ER’S Headache Cachets cure bad head--1 Mhea m ZO, mantes; Is box of 12. E
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 10460, 2 November 1897
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