HAWKINS’S PRICE LIST. OST Free.—Good Enemas from 4a 6d to X2s 6d eacu. Address Mrs L. Hawkins, 150 George street, Dunedin. CERTICURA ’“Ointment, Is 6d~Oerticun Pills, Is 3d; Gerticura Chilblain Ointment, Is; Hawkins’s Magic Hair Vigor, Is 6d bottlo. BLOOMINB is a pains "taking” remedy, a sure cure. It will relieve you in three applications. ALL the difference between having painful corns and not having them is sixpence —the price of Bloomine. BLOOMINE,’’ the great Corn, Wart, and Bunion Cure. Price, 6d, everywhere, and Hawkins’s, 150 George street. ROUGH and Reddy Hands, Chapped Lips and Face cured with “ Spring Blossom Ointment." Sold at Hawkins's. “ O BRING Blossom Ointment ” cures IO Burns, Sore Eyes, Sore Legs, and Irritating Eruptions. 6d and Is everywhere, X ADTES. cure yourselves with “ Orange i-J Blossom one month’s treatment, ss. General agent: Hawkins, herbalist, George street. RSENICAL Pills, Is 6d; Pink Pilis. Is 6d: Dr Bloom’s Ointment, Is 6d: . Pile Ointment. Is 6d- Hawkins’s, George 1 street. SPRING Blossom Soap, healing, soothing, ] and cleansing, fragrant and refreshing; j price 6d. Hawkins’s, 150 George street. j MANDARIN Laundry Glare,” the only | genuine “ Chinese Glaze,” 6d and Is; i everywhere. Agent- Wm. Taylor, merchant. ’ MRS LOUISA HAWKINS'S Infant Teeth- I illg Syrup, Is bottle; “Infant Sooth- , ing Powders,” Is box; “Gem Worm Powders,” Is. Hawkins’s. | HAWKINS’S Sixpenny Cough Remedy cures Coughs, Colds, Croup, Whoopiuc Cough, Bronchitis. Trade-mark: “Big Six.” DIAMOND Dyes, 6d: Dr Bloom’s Complexion Pills, 4s 6d; Spring Blossom TT ’ll CJ hw4 1 « A+. VTa«rlnn>’t Pills, 6d and la. At Hawkins's.
27 Years on Top. ! Never been Excelled for Quality. Tiger Tea. i WASTE PAPER. WASTE PAPER FOR SALE, Id liots to Suit Purchasers. Apply ‘STAR* OFFICE. Cost of Living. With a portion of an eighteenpenny bottle of Fluenzol, Mrs. Walsh, of the Hawera refreshment rooms, cured one of her waitresses of a stubborn cough within half-an-hour. With the rest of the contents of the bottle Enginedriver Walsh of the N.Z. Railways was cured of a bad sore throat. These incidents are of hourly occurrence and over 300 letters of appreciation have already been received by the Proprietary. Mr. William Bell, Gill Street, New Plymouth, will tell you how Fluenzol cured his 5-year-old child of a severe attack of croup all within an hour, and after several other remedies had failed. Yet there are still a few people foolish enough to allow themselves to be pul off with “something just as good"! Fluenzol saves both your time and your money. Gargle in teaapoonful doses undiluted at fairly short intervals and hold the head well back. Swallow for influenza. m
♦,"* ♦ YOU CAN DEPEND UPON keeping your digestive system In good order and equal to the proper performance of Its Important functions, If It is occasionally subjected to the tonic and corrective In* fiuence of that well-known curative preparation—Beeoham's mis. "Prevention is better than cure " Is a wise saying; and, acting upon this good old adage, many people, although in good health, nevertheless take the precaution to maintain it by a periodical dose of Beeoham’s Pills. Thus they are always armed against attacks to which less cautious individuals are more liable; because when the digestion is sound, the blood pure, the liver active and the bowels regular, resistance to disease in any form is greatly increased. To all, then, who realise the importance of keeping in that robust condition which is the best security of health and happiness, the medicine that can confidently be recommended Is— Bcccbaro’s Pills. S / Prepared on If hf THOMAS BBECHAU St Helens, England. I 2 Sold everywhere b bore*, price lOjd* (36 pills) \Jl\ (56 pills) & 2/9 (168 pills}* ♦
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