The seven ages of man have been well tabulated by somebody or other on an acquisitive basis. Thug : —First age : Sees the earth. Second. ag#; Wants it. Third age : Hustles to sjet it._ Fourth age : Decides to be satisfied with only about half of it. Firth age : Becomes still more moderate. Sixth age : Now. content to possess <i six-by-two strip of it. Seventh age : Gets the strip.
Mr. WINGATE IRVINE was for seven § years a msrlyr to ill-tealth in England. 1 He paid over £2OO in treatment there. 1 He tried all means to regain his health. | He had to resign hit position as confides- p tial clerk to TJ- Norlhsw Mercantile I S.S. Freight lasuraace Co., Sunderland, | through nerrous breakdown. After coining 1 to Aostralia he took f Here is his letter dated 25/2/14. To the Proprietors, i CLEMENTS TONIC. LTD. ! " I desire to publicly state myopfnion of the restorative powers of Clements Tonic. "For seven years I suffered from general debility and nervous breakdown, and whs physically a wreck, so badwasmycase thatl had to relinquish • most lucrative profession in Sunderland, England, and take complete rest In less than eighteen months I expended fully £2OO in fees for advice and treatment. "I. under advice, came to Australia five years ago The change did not prove beneficial I was in Sydney Hospital and Walker's Convalescent Home, but about two years ago made no marked improvement. 1 then took Clements Tonic, through an acquaint, nnce loud in its praxes l am truly thankful I did so. After talcing ten large bottles. 1 was completely restored to health and strength. "I feel belter now than I ever did before 1 tried Clements Tonic. I can eot and sleep well, and pe form my daily duties with ease and pleasure, instead of weariness and miscrv. "I trust these lines "mav indirectly bring to other sufferers the world's greatest asset, viz., health and happiness through the medium of Clemeuts Tome. " (Signed) should get thin i„, u , u „ c -liu „„,„„ in the same way. It Cures. All Chemists and stores sell It. IT CREATES HEALTH. Mr. VICTOR COLEMAN, late of Fernhill Club, Dunediti. and now Proprietor Of the Southland Club Hotel, Inveroargill, writes: " I feel I must say a word "or two for Fluenzol, which " / tried a gargle for SMOKERS 1 THROAT "II thoroughly cured me in "three days time! " ahd eursd ten. Coleman "of a very bad throat, left ** weak after Laryngitis. She " cannot speak too highly of it, AU Ohomißta and Store* 1/6 aad.2/6'
Permanent link to this item
Page 11 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Star, Issue 15626, 17 October 1914
Page 11 Advertisements Column 3 Evening Star, Issue 15626, 17 October 1914
Using This Item
Allied Press Ltd is the copyright owner for the Evening Star. You can reproduce in-copyright material from this newspaper for non-commercial use under a Creative Commons New Zealand BY-NC-SA licence. This newspaper is not available for commercial use without the consent of Allied Press Ltd. For advice on reproduction of out-of-copyright material from this newspaper, please refer to the Copyright guide.