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ALL SCHOOL TEACHERS SHOULD READ THIS TEACHER’S TESTIMONY, SCHOOL TEACHERS AVOID NERVOUS BREAKDOWN & INSOMNIA. BY USING THE GREAT NERVE REMEDY CLEMENTS TONIC The following It a testimony to the ourative and nerve-restoring powers of this medicine. One of the most brain-racking and arduous of duties is that of public school teaching; the desire to correctly train ‘‘the young idea how to shoot” to make the pupils perfect by examination lime, these and other worries make NERVOUS BREAKDOWN AND INSOMNIA common ailments amongst the rank and file of public school teachers. This letter is an illustration from a lady who. for more than a decade has been an active and brilliant example of her profession, having held the follovang high appointments in the Educational department of New South Wales : —■ First Assistant Fort Street Mode] School for Girls, Mistress of East St. Leonard’s School. Assistant Mistress of Cleveland Street Public School. Mistress of West Redfern Public School. Generally to the world of exacting duty and vigorous intellectual labour, in which each school teacher lives to-day, this testimony must appeal with commanding force, showing each member of the Educational Department what a nerve-soothing, insomnia-killing, and health-restoring medicine they have in Clements Tonic. All they need do is to use and persevere with it. The rest and health is certain. Miss Cardwell writes from her residence, " Coree,” 45 Booth Street, Annandale, Sydney, 27/8/13, thus:— CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " | have very great pleasure In giving my testimony to the benefits to be derived from the use of Clements Tonic as a builder up when in a run-down condition. "When teaching in the State Schools of New south Wales I many times resorted to its use, taking one to three bottles in course. "The euer-constant strain on the nerves of a Public School Teacher soon bifetgs on a low state of the whole system. In my case it was over-strain In teaching, and mental worry through family bereavements. i had been taking doctor’s medicines, but seeing Clements Tonio advertised, I tried one small bottle, and feeling so much benefit from Its use got the larger size, it was such a restorator that whenever I felt the least run-down, l at once sent for Clements Tonio, and it newer failed me. No household should be without it, or fail to use It in any case of over-strain, for I feel sure it will have the desired effect.” I am, Sirs, Gratefully yours, (Signed) Thi» i» one testimony of many given this year to this famous medicine, which has contributed more to extend Australian industry, by maintaining in fine order Australian constitutions, than any other specific for Weak Nerves, Bad Digestion, Poor Appetite. Insomnia or Broken Rest, Nervous Breakdown. Sick Headache. Sluggish Liver or Brain Fag. It is essentially a medicine for the sick room, restoring strength after illness. long and exhaustive periods of fever, influenza, or operations. It should be a, part of the equipment of every home. It is Health’s Advance Agent. ALL CHEMISTS & STORES SELL IT EVERYWHERE.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15632, 24 October 1914

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15632, 24 October 1914

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