riANNED GREEN PEAS. Peculiarly Acceptable at This Season. PRESERVED WITHOUT ANY CHEMICALS OR COLORING. PRICE : Ilb Tins ... sd. j 2lb Tins ... Bd. IRVINE. AND STEVENSON. UPWARDS OF TWENTY MEDALS AWABDED FOB EXCELLENCE. KB- OBTAINS A PRIZE WHEREVER EXHIBITED. ESTLE'S MILK. CAN BE USED FOR ALL PURPOSES OF ORDINARY MILK. From the Milk of Cowb having an extensive range on the healthy and fertile- sides of the Alps, breathing the Pore Aib and feeding, on the succulent grasses of that salubrious region—the Finest Milk-produoing Gountbx in the WOBLD. tS-Ask forNESTLE'S, and see that you get It, as inferior Foreign and English brands are sometimes substituted. Wholesale Agents MACKERRAS AND HAZLETT, Bond street. PPOBAR AND SON (from Cashel street, • Christohurch), Umbrella Manufacturers, have opened a Branch Shop, 113 Geobge bteeet, DuNedin. Numerous designs in Handles and Fittings. All work guaranteed. Pobar's Price List: Strong Italian Cloth from 2s 6d; Satin de Chene (Italian), 4s 6d : Levantine from ss6d; best Twill Silk, 6s 6d; Stioks from Is; Soissors ground and Bet, 3d. .131 Neuralgia or Facsaohe; 2s 6d per bottle. Kempson, chemist,. 99 George street. <T. GEORGE JAM. —Selected Fruit and Beat' Sugar. All grocers. 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 Ibis condition is neglected. Wo of ton read of sevcro illness that starts from taking cold. For instance, here hj 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 doßes, 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 fail to Bpeak well in recommendation of it to others.—Sincerely yours (signed) Mrs G. B. Fabqukar, The Tarade, Norwood, Adelaide, S.A., July 30,1895." It is almost an every-day occurrence to hear of lnng affections "brought on by a severe cold," and also of remarkable cures of Scott's Emulsion; but thje seoret of the cause of both is not eo often explained. Let us explain it in a few wordß for you. Coughß and colds, f loss of. flesh, all are signs of a weakened: system. The blood lacks system lacks vitality. VA ln_this condition the body is susceptible to all forms illness. The The reason Scott's 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 tho eawest And best way to take codrliver oil and, hypbphosphites. - It is easy on the digeßtivftorgangjajjid is assimilated readily. ~
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Evening Star, Issue 10466, 9 November 1897
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