RETURNING PROSPERITY IN VICTORIA.
UTTERANCES BV THE PREMIER. [From the Prahran ' Telegraph.'] Quite recently we heard that the Premier of Victoria bad, during his term of office, done much to place his colony on its financial legs ; he and his Government had, in fact, been more successful than any preceding ones, and an actual surplus existed. Good"! But an omission was nude with reference to health statistics. This hj greatly to be wondered at, for Victoria hj now in a healthier state than she ever was before, and one would have expected the head of the Government .to take some credit t;>r this desirable change. Why this silence? For honesty's sake only ? Yes, no other motive ia there, all the honor and glory attached to the beneficent change being ascribab!e to the wonderful health-restoring properties of Dr ."Williams's Pink Pills for Pale People. 'Jhe editor of tho Prahran 'Telegraph' tells the following story of the return to health and happiness of' Miss M. "Warne, of 68 Tivoli road, South Yarra : I went down to South Yarra ono afternoon and I saw Mug Warne, who, in answer to my question, said: "•">b, yes, Dr Williams's Fink Pills for Palo Peop'o cured mo. Don't I look cured ?"' '•Wei,''l replied, "you don't seem to have much the matter with you. Ycu look the picture of health." And I eyed the bloom on her cheeks like the down on a p«»oh. She smiled. "Woll, three years ago I was simp'y dying. I had doctors and doctors, as all my blocd was turning to water, and I grew thinner and thinner every day. My fiiends at Heathoote were very anxious about me." "You were suffering then," I said, "from anremia?" "Yes, that was what the doctors said it was, but they could not cure it." "Well?" "It happened that ray elder sister heard of the virtucß of Dr Williams's Pink Pills for Pale People, and I thought I would just try them." " And you did?" " Yes, with the result you see." "A most charming result, truly," I thought. "They acted like a charm, and now, though I am always busy, I never was so strong or happy in my life. They are the only medicine that ever did me any good. "Wonderful," I thought. Sceptic, you are convinced. Thus I reasoned, and thanked Miss Wa<ne for her interview, and was about to withdraw when she said : "Dr Williams's Pink Pills are at the present time doing the same thing for my younger sister as they did for me. In a short time she, too, will be cured !" "I Bincerely trust so," I replied, as I prepared to take my departure, and knowing that time at that moment was valuable to both Miss "Warne and myself, thanked her for the information imported, and hurried baok to my office. Dr Williams's Pink Pills are a perfect bloodbuilder and a nerve restorer, curing such diseases as rheumatism, neuralgia, partial paralysis, locomotor ataxia, St. Vitus's dance, nervous headache, nervous prostration, the after-effects of la grippe, influenza, and severe colds, diseases depending on humors in the b!ood, such a3 scrofula, chronic erysipelaß, etc. Pink Pills give a healthy glow to pale and fallow complexions, and are a specific for the troubles peculiar fo the female system, and in the case of men effect a radical cure in all cases arieing from mental worry, overwork, or excesses of any nature. Dr "Williams's Pink Pills are sold only in boxes bearing the firm's trade mark. They are never sold In bulk, or by the dozen or hundred, and any dealer who offers substitutes in this form is trying to defraud you, and should be avoided. Ask your dealers" for Dr "Williams's Pink Pilh for Pale People, and refuse all imitations and substitutes. Sold by chemists and storekeepers generally, or the Dr Williams's Medicine Company, "Wellington, N.Z., will forward, on receipt of stamps or post order, one box for 3s, or half a dozen for 15s 9d. The price at which these Pills are sold makes a course of treatment comparatively inexpensive as compared with other remedies or medical treatment. The public are cautioned against all other so-called blood-bui!der3 and nerve tonics put up in similar form, and intended to deceive.— [Advt.] I
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RETURNING PROSPERITY IN VICTORIA., Evening Star, Issue 10472, 16 November 1897