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THE CHiSF CLERK Of the Great Cobar Copper Mine known as Great Cobar Ltd., sends his testimony to ilsinfs Tonic I Mr ARTHUR JAMJiS was for years I Cliie;' Clerk to this Gieal Mining Centre. I and his antics were of the most respon- I sable character. 1 \ I Collar at certain times of the year is I 11<jcct to lemlne hea’.-waves, whicn tob : I the system ol vitality and the ledv of j I strength. Only tlie icaliy strong and I r"bn?i peisui live healthily mere. This testimony affords evidence of tlie i value or this medicine in giving vitality I . .<> ihe run-clown system and keeping it tu | order. It gives new nerve power. I 1 Great Cobar Mine, Cobar. ! I Fco. 2Ut. 1914. ;. I ro CLEMENTS TOS'fl ji j PkCPBI-fOiTS. 11 “Clements Tonic to me fn Goba? ;i fer the pact five years during the i i terrible cummer heat has been a | ! ; Godsend. ! ! ;| :i 1 “At times through the inlonso heat, 1 have bstin so run down that ! could scarcely perform the duties i devolving upon me as Chief Clark of : the above Company. Clements Tonic helped no to keep healthy, for it |i gave me appetite, good digestion, !! and sound siesp, with increased physical vigor. “It is sn admirable modlcina, that lo Australian, should be a necessity wlioro physical weakness and poor health arc the afior-effects of weakening climatic conditions. " I am pleased to afford you this ’ evidence of my persona! experience ii cf ycc'.' mt'Jieiii'i, and you may use | same as you closiro." |i I am, Sirs, IYorrs failhfu’ly, !■' (S fined) 1 Always keep this Medicine in vonr ii ho.-ia? an.! von v.-iil keep well. j j' A 1,1. CUr.MISTS AND ;!f .sr<*;K,-.s IT. j TAKE CASE OF YOUR EVES, Or, bettor etill, let us do it for you. ) We are Specialists in Spectacles j (with Certificate). j JOHNSTONE & HASLETT, | CHEMISTS AND OPTICIANS, j 102 PRINCES STREET . COpposlte Pest Office)* 1 OUNEDIM. >

SECURE A SHAKE OF THE PROFITS OF THE Australian Mutual Provident For tho CURRENT YEAR bv EFFECTING A LIFE ASSURANCE POLICY with that Office BEFORE THE CLOSE OF THE YEAR. The following are a few ACTUAL EXAMPLES of BONUSES declared as at 31st December. 3 013, on Whole-Life Policies, Table A, effected BOM -~)E.S VE>T WHEN POLICIES HAVE BEEN TWO (2) YEARS IN FORCE The amount of PROFIT distributed amongst POLICY HOLDERS for the ONE YEAR 1913 exceeded NINE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-THREE THOUSAND POUNDS CASH. REMEMBER the NAME OF OFFICE and ADDRESS, because NO OTHER OFFICE DIVIDES SUCH LARGE PROFITS. Branch Office—CUSTOM-HOUSE QUAY, WELLINGTON. Directors : The Hon C J. JOHNSTON. M.L.C. (Chairman); A. ns B. BRANDON Esq. (Deputy-Chairman), JOHN DUNCAN, Esq., JOSEPH JOSEPH. Esq., and HAROLD BEAUCHAMP, Esq. EDWARD W. LOWE, Resident Secretary. Dunedin District Office— B. R. STOCK, Comer Princes and Dowling Streets. District Secretary. WASTE PAPER. WASTE PAPER FOE • SALE. In Lots to Suit Purchasers. Adcly ‘STAR’ OFFICE. WASTE PAPER. WASTE PAPER FOR In Lots to Suit Purchasers SALE. Anal? ‘STAR’ OFFICE.

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1, Evening Star, Issue 15668, 5 December 1914

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 Evening Star, Issue 15668, 5 December 1914