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JOHN GILLIES. FURNITURE "WAREHOUSE, . 18 George street, Dunedin, Has opened out Handsome Italian and French BEDSTEADS, New Designs, in Black and Gold, SUPERIOR KAPOK BEDDING, Spring and Woollen FLOCK MATTRESSES, all sizes. Carpets, Rugs, Floorcloths, Linoleums, in handsome New Patterns. Furniture in great variety to choose from. Prices sent on application. Time Payments arranged. Terms very easy. JOHN GILLIES, FUNERAL ESTABLISHMENTS, 18 George street, and 11 Great Kino street". Funerals conducted in Town or Country. All necessary Funeral Requisites kept in stock. Telephone 534. THE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATE, AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED. Capital .„ £125,000. Directors: The Hon. W. H. Reynolds, M.L.0.. Hon. W. Downie Stewart, M.L.O. ■ Thomas Moodie, Esq, Walter Hislop, Esq, Manager Walter Hislop, This Company acts as Executor or Trustee under wills and settlements; as Attorney for absentees or others; manages properties; negotiates loans; collects Interest, rent, and dividends; and conducts all general agency business. [a card.] CW. HARVEY • (Member of the Dunedin Stock Exchange), STOCK and SHAREBROKER, COMMISSION AGENT and ACCOUNTANT, Albert Buildings, 148 Princes street (Opposite Post Office). Telephone; 409. Registered Cable Address: Silurian, Code; Bedford M‘Neill. Sub-agent Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd. V FORREST Ve ARCHITECT, REMOVED TO JOEL’S BUILDINGS, Crawford street. “ftTpiOURANODYNE relieves most virulent Neuralgia or Faosaohe; 2s 6d per bottle. Kempsou. chemist, S9 George street SIMON BROTHERS’ famous Beehive Boots keep their good name. Genuine testimonials 1 to 3 years’ wear. CHILD’S LIFE SAVED. THE heroic method of saving achild’ff life, like stopping a runaway horse, commands our admiration" because it is heroic, and has a dash about it that stirs our blood. Nevertheless, perhaps a more lasting impression is when a child at death’s door is saved through the i triumph of science. For instance, can yon imagine a more grateful person than the gentleman who wrote the following letter : “You will learn with pleasure of the wonderful results attending the use of Scott’s Emulsion on a baby of mine. The child, a boy, was most frail and delicate from its birth, and daily became more so. All other treatments having' failed, I finally, on a friend’s recommendation, commenced use of Scott’s Emulsion at a time when the case was considered beyond hope. On Scott’s Emulsion the baby rapidly improved, and,; by contisuing its use, was brought back to coni-’ plete health and'strength.' The result far exceeded my most sanguine expectations, and, without doubt,. Scott’s Emulsion saved my child’s life.—Faithfully yours (signed), George "Dankel, Regent street, Kensington, Adelaide, S.A-, July 30th, 1895.” You may imagine the rest. Anybody who has a sick baby, and is discouraged at the poor effects of’remedies tried, knows what relief is found when the precious baby begins to improve on Scott’s Emulsion. Most of the " wasting tendencies of babies is clue to pporassimilation of nourishment. No matter what is done the babies do not thrive.. This is a typical condition for the Scott’s Emulsion treatment. Babies and all growingchildreh love the taste of it, and it makes them fat and chubby and robust and rosy. The reason is, Soott’s Emulsion supplies the growing body with necessary nourishment when all other forms of food go to waste in the system. Scott’s Emulsion is sweet to the taste and easy on the stomach.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 10478, 23 November 1897

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 10478, 23 November 1897

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