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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 10462, 4 November 1897
PUBLIC HOnOES, OF FUNCTIONAL Sj>ij&ase. X LAXUM never falls anyone In such a J\. predicament. To sufferers from Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, Biliousness, and Constipation it is "a friend in need and a friend indeed.'! Assist nature by ALAXUM, and you will avoid & multitude of distressing functional derangements and diseases. Of all known medicines for renewing the energy- ALAXUM is the ■ best.' Its secondary effects are marvellous. Many persons afflicted with Constipation hare testified not only to its immediate relieving'properties but* to the fact that thb otjbk lasts. No care is required while using 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 moßt valuable medicine that has ever been offered to the publio in a popular form. AL.AXUM CUBES BILIOUSNESS BILIOUS HEADACHE DIZZINESS COSTIVENESS SOUK STOMACH LOSS OP 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, and 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 working 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 in- ., calculable gocd. ALAXUM is the only medicine which combines these two qualities. It Is a natural appetiser, and its first action la to create hunger. After the appetite .is satisfied it acts directly on the stomach, liver, and kidneys, olearing away all effete matter and exciting them to activity. The system "then receives nutri- " tion and new life from the proper assimilation of the food; and where there is no organic disease health must follow. This is common sense andicannot 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, bat in such an instance the dealer is not the one who needs help. FROM ALL CHEMISTS AND STOREKEEPERS, 2s 6d. MARVELLOUS RESULTS. townend's celebrated CINNAMON CUEE. 7TIHE LATEST AND MOST VALUABLE -*- DISCOVERY IN MODERN MEDICAL SCIENCE. Hundreds of Unsolicited Testimonials from all parts of the Colonies. SALES EXCEED 1,000 BOTTLES WEEKLY. CONSUMPTIVES SHOULD NOT FAIL TO GIVE THIS WONDERFUL REMEDY ATRIAL. Cure* with Astonishing Rapidity Coughs, Gold*, Bronchitis, Inflammation of the Lungs, Pneumonia, Croup, And all affectlonß of the laryngeal and . bronchial tubes. Allays Tickling, Hoarseness, and all Irritation of the Throat and Air Passages. * SPEAKERS, SINGERS, .-,...'';,. ■ AND PERSONS WITH OVERTAXED VOICES Will find Medicine moßt valuable in protecting and preserving the vocal organs. PRICE, 2/6. • SOLD EVERYWHERE. Full particulars by Post or Porsonal Application. SOLK PBOPHIETOB AND InVENTOB, W. P. TOWNEND, 183 Colombo . street, Chbjstchdbch. See 'Weekly Press of May 19th, 1897. MEN START AT MY STATEMENTS BENJAMIN GUM. THOUSANDS of BOTTLES have been sold, and universal praise of its curative qualities is the result. I could fill columns of this newspaper with testimonials, but you can save me that expense by trying a bottle. I will guarantee it to cure your cough, or I will return the price. IT CANNOT FAIL ! REMEMBER I BENJAMIN GUM Is an old-fashioned remedy, now for the first time v. scientifically prepared for the publio^use. Extract from the ' Weekly Press': The Benjamin Tree is a native of Sumatra, Bornea, and and yields a balsamic resin, employed by the islanders for all pectoral affections, with marvellous.'efficacy. The preparation of Spencer Vincont contains the resin In its pure state, combined with a flavoring oil, which renders it highly palatable. This remedy fori 'Coughs and Colds is unequalled for poth adults and children, and it may .be absolutely relied upon $o oure chronlo diseases of thej chest if regularly and continuously used. Within a few weeks of its introduction to New Zealand by Mr Vincent many wonderful jcures have been effected by Its means. It mttst be used consistently with the directions given to prove its value. Note the Name: SPENCER VINCENT'S GREAT BENJAMIN : GUM EXTRACT. Take norther Remedy, but insist on having BENJAMIN GUM. " pRIOEIsM. Obtainable from all respectable Chemlsta and [ •• • ■* Genetal Storekeepers. ' t
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