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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 11651, 11 September 1901
Public Notices. Public Notices. TJTHB EVENING STAR will be Delivered ip any-part of the City or Suburbs on-sending Address to the Office, Bond street. PRICE ONBPENftY. THE EVENING STAB. Blankenheym & Nelet’s ROTTERDAM KEY *f BRAND GENEVA THE PUREST SPIRIT IN THE MARKET. DISTILLED FROM THE FIRM’S OWN MALT. No Raw Spirit of Inferior Quality Introduced. Save Coal BY USINGSHACKIOCK'3 ORION RANGES. in - the Country can hare their Papers Left at any Railway Stationalong the lino. LIGHT IS LIFE I GOOD TE K MAKES LIFE A PLEASURE! IB OUVAH TEA Doe* not ECLIPSE all others, spreading dull and dreary darkness; IT OUTSHINES THEM ALL, luting Life Light, Bright, and Pleasant) BUY OUVAH TEA! DRINK OUVAH TEA! t ENJOY OUVAH TEA !!! COMPULSORY CASH SALE TILL END OF AUGUST op MEN’S HOSIERY, MERCER! and TOP COATS. Goods Mtlst Go. No Reasonable Offer Refused. Goods Before Going Elsewhere. Inspec MURRAY & GO. 32 PRINCES STREET (Opposite City Hotel). JUST A MOMENT, PLEASE! FINDING I AM HEAVILY OVERSTOCKED, I HAVE DETERMINED TO OFFE THE WHOLE OF MY LARGE AND CAREFULLY - SELECTED STOCK OP BOOTS, SHOES, AND SLIPPERS, THIS MONTH ONLY, AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES FOR CASH, AS I AM COMPELLED TO MAKE ROOM FOR SPRING AND SUMMER SHIPMENTS JUST LANDING. I IMPORT DIRECT FROM THE WORLD’S BEST MAKERS, AND KEEP ONLY THI MOST RELIABLE COLONIAL BRANDS. A CHOICE SELECTION OP BEST GOODS THEREFORE, TO PICK FROM. SLAUGHTERING PRICES TO CLEAR, THIS MONTH ONLY, At H. R. MORRISON’S BOOT AND SHOE DEPOT, 95 GEORGE STREET.
xu a Famous Remedy for HAS THE LARGEST SALE OF ANY CHEST MEDICINE IN AUSTRALIA. OOUGHS, BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA, and CONSUMPTION „ P 08 ® w . h ° taken th,! medicmc are amassed a* its wonderful influence. Sufferers from any form of Bronchitis, Cough, Difficult! of Breathing Hoarseness Pain or Soreness m the Chest experience dehgntful and immpdiate relief; and to those who are subject to Colds on the Chest it is invaluable, as it cffeoU A.’r/ n is most comforting in allaying 'natation in tee throat and giv ng strength to the voice, and it neither allows a Cough or Asthma to become chronic nor Consumption to develop. Consumption has never been known to exist where “ Coughs ” have been properly treated with this medicine. No house should bo without it as teken beginning, a dose is generally sufficient, and a Complete Cure is certain. * AKeu at tea Beware of Oougbs I REMEMBER THAT EVERY DISEASE HAS ITS COMMENCEMENT, AND CONSUMPTION IS NO EXCEPTION TO THIS RULE CONSUMPTION. TOO ILL TO LEAVE HIS BED. A COMPLETE CURE. Mr W. G. Hearne,—Dear Sir,—l am writing to tell you about the wonderful euro your medicine has effected in my case. About three years ago Jt began to cough. At first ho cough was not severe, but it gradually got worse, and I became very weak and troubled with night sweats, pain in my chest, and great quantities of phlegm. On several occasions there was blood in the expectorated matter. I hod been treated by a doctor, who pronounced my case to be Consumption, and various other treatments had been tried, but without benefit. It was at this stage that I heard of your Bronchitis Cure, and sent to you for a course of the medicine. When it arrived I was too ill to leave my bed, but I commenced taking it at once, anti gradually improved. I am glad to say that the two lots of medicine you sent have effected a complete cure, foy which accept my very best thanks.—Yours gratefully, J. BLAIR. Westminster, Bridge road, 5.8., London. Severe Cough. A FIVE YEARS’ CASE, ' BELIEVED AT ONCE AND COMPLETELY CUBED BY HE ARNE’S BRONCHITIS CURB. Dear Sir, —I suffered from a severe cold on the chest, with cough, for five years, and during that time gut treatment from diffeient sources, but derived no benefit until I used your Bronchitis Cure, which gave me relief at once, and completely cured me. I am delighted with it. It is really a wonderful medicine; does good at once, and “can’t be licked.”—Yours sincerely, W. TBBMELLBN. Modowarre, Victoria. A Child Seven Months Old. A SUFFERER FROM BIRTH. CORED BY A BOTTLE OF HE ARNE’S BRONCHITIS CUBE. Mr W. G. Heame.—Dear Sir, —Kindly forward me a small bottle of your Bronchitis Cure as soon as possible, as I cannot speak above a whisper, • owing to a cold. -1 had a bottle from you before for my little girl when she was seven months old. She Had been suffering from bronchitis from her birth, and now she is 3 years old,, and has not bad a return of it since. It is a splendid medicine for bronchitis or colds of any sort.—l remain,--yours truly, Mrs H. BAMAGE. Violet Town, Victoria. Three .Coses' Completely Cured by One Bottle of Hearne’s Bronchitis Cure. SEVERE COLD, WITH LOSS OP VOICE, CURED BY HALF A BOTTLE. A SUPPLY SENT TO A RELATIVE IN ENGLAND. “ Llenwellyn, Katunga, Vie. Mr Heame. “ Dear Sir, —I am very much pleased with the effects of your Bronchitis Cure. Last winter three of my children had very bad ooughs, and one bottle cured the three of them. The housemaid also' had such a severe cold teat she entirely lost her voice, but half's bottle cured her. I always ke*p it in the house now, and recommend it to anyone requiring a medicine of that kind. “I now want you to send at once four bottles to England to my mother, who is suffering greatly from bronchitis. The address i a enclosed. “Yours gratefully, "JOHN 8. MORTIMER,” The relative in England, who is 80 years old, also cured by Hearne’s Bronchitis Cure. WAS A GREAT SUFFERER. HAD NOT WALKED FOB 12 MONTHS. ALWAYS WALKS NOW, AND IS QUITE WELL. PEELS STRONGER THAN SHE HAS DONE FOR YEARS. “8 Watson street, Burton-on-Trent, “ Staffordshire, England. “Mr W. G.-Hearne, Geelong. " Dear S.r, —Yonr letter and Bronchitis Cure to band quite safe. I am sure yon will be glad to know that your Bronchitis Cure liM'mute cured me. I was very glad when it came, as I was suffering from a severe attack of Bronchitis at the time it arrived. I b?4 sent for my own 'doctor, but had not had on- night’s rest for a week. I started taking the Bronchitis Cure three times a day as directed, and was very much eased at once. At the end of a week I only took it twice a day, and then only every night for a week, as I was so much better, when, thanks to the Lord for adding his blessing, I was quite well, and walked into town and back withcut feeling any fatigue. 1 had not done teat previously for twelve months—always went in the omnibus—as walking caused me such pain and distress in tee chest, I always walk now, and never feel it, and I am stronger than I have been for years. I thank my son for his great kindness in sending the medicine, and am, dear sir, "Yours very truly, “ M. MORTIMER.” Extract from a letter since written by the same lady to her sou, Mr John B. Mortimer, Llenwellyn, Katunga, Victoria. HER DAUGHTER HAD BEEN VERY ILL. SPITTING UP BLOOD. THE DOCTOR SAID NOTHING MORE COULD BE DONE. CURED BY HEARNB’S BRONCHITIS CURE. The extract runs as follows:—“As for rayself, thank tee Lord, I am feeling stronger than I have for years. I had an attack of Bronchitis in November, but Heame’s Bronchitis Cure was again successful. I feel quite well, and walk into town feeling quite strong. “ I must ask you to send me six bottles more of the medicine, as I wish to have a supply in the house. I have tried to get it made up here, and let my chemist have a bottle to ace what he could do. He tolls me this week he caij make nothing out of it, he never saw anything like it before, so there is only one thing for mo to do—send for more. I have never kept in bed one day since I commenced to take it. I used to be in bed a fortnight at a time always, and after that for months I was as weak as I could possibly be, and was always taking cod liver oil, so you will see at once it is quite worth while sending for it such a long distance. "Something more I must tell you. Charlotte has been very ill since I wrote you. Her cough was so bad she never had a night’s rest, and was spitting up blood verv much. The doctor told her husband that there was nothing more he could do for her. So on the Sunday I sent her half a bottle of the Bronchitis Cure, and told her to try it, and if she did not use it not to waste it, but send it back again. She had such confidence in her doctor that I thought she would not try it. On the Wednesday I sent over again, and she was much better, the night’s rest was very, good, and cough and bleeding from tee lungs better. She sent for another half bottle, and on tee following Sunday sent over to say that she was quite cured and did not require any more medicine. So you see what great good it has done, and she wishes to have some of my next supply.” Twelve Years’ Agony. DISTRESSING, SUFFOCATING, DRY COUGH ENTIRELY REMOVED BY FIVE DOSES. NO OTHER TREATMENT COULD EVEN EASE IT. “Sir, —My wife was for twelve’ years a sufferer from a most distressing, suffocating, dry cough teat could not be removed or even eased by any remedy, doctors’ prescriptions and patent medicines having been tried; but I am happy to say that the cough, pain in the chest, and difficulty of breathing, etc., were entirely removed by tee fifth dose o! your Bronchitis Cure.—l remain, sir, yours most respectfully, jours . 0 “ WILLIAM CROCKETT. Rakers Swamp P. 0., via Dripstone, New South Wales.” A Five Years’ Oase. CURED BY ONE SMALL BOTTLE. MV W. G. Heame.—Dear Sir,—Kindly send me one large bottle of your Bronchitis Cure. I am more than pleased with the results of your wonderful medicine, as a small bottle cured my little girl, who had been suffering for five years, and now 1 do not feel safe to be without it.—l remain, yours respectfully, AGNES F. KENNEDY, Beteanga, Victoria. A Seven Years’ Case. EXPECTORATING' BLOOD AND MATTER. COMPLETELY CURED. “ Mr W. G. Heame. “ Dear Sir, —Your medicine has cured ms of Bronchitis and Asthma, from which I suffered for upwards of seven years, during which period I was scarcely ever free from coughs, and frequently the difficulty of breathing was to distressing that for nights in succession I had to sit up. I write you this acknowledgment from a sense of duty, as in ray case every other treatment baa failed. For & year previous I had been getting very much worse, and at the time I obtained your medicine I was confined to bed Buffering from a most violent cough, expectorating blood and matter, and apparently beyond hope of reebterv. The fim dose of the medicine gave me welcome relief, and I steadily improved as I continued the treatment, until I became, as I am nowquite well.—Yours sincerely, “H. WALKER, Balmain, Sydney.” ASTHMA. PREVIOUS, TREATMENT FAILED. A SEVENTEEN YEARS’ CASE. CURED BY THREE BOTTLES. Mr Ales. J. Anderson, of Oak Park, Chhriesville, Queensland, writes:—“ After suffering from Asthma for 17 years, and having been under a great many different treatments without benefit I was induced to try Hcarae’s medicine for Asthma. After taking three bottles of this medicine I quite got- rid of the Asthma, and since then, which was in the beginning of 1883—fifteen years ago—l have not had the slightest return of it. The medicine quite cured me, and I have much pleasure in recommending it.” Writing again on the 4th April, 1899, he states:—“l am keeping very well now. Never have iho slightest return of the Asthma.” e PREPARED ONLY AND SOLD WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BY THE PROPRIETOR, W, Qr. HE ARNE. Chemist, Geelong, Victoria. Small eiio, 2s 6d ; Large, 4s 6d. Sold by Chemist# and, hfedioine Vendor* Forwarded by Post to any address when not obtainable locally.
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