MONEY AND WASTE. lic-n one's expenses arr mil tap tailed by one's leocipt? poverty must in- tin: result. Tliis law .apiillis nut only to money matters, it is :i law of nature. ; L’nles.s a man’s body is constantly renewed by food, water, ami all, he weakens .and dies. Jn n gat'd to money, man may allow ids receipts to largely exceed his expenses, but in regard lo j his body it is absolutely necessary that i for every ounce it receives, by way of ’ nourishment, etc., a coma-ponding loss of nearly the same amount must follow, j or health cannot he maintained. i Waste matter is removed from the ; bodj chiefly by tlie aid of the skin, i lungs, kidneys, and liver. Tin skin and ! lungs usually perform their shale oi the j removal readily, but the kidneys ami liver often need assistance. Wien the kidneys and liver arc not doing their work well, uric, and biliary poisons are ! retained in (lie system, and we snifeT ' from rheumatism, gout, neuralgia, lurn- i hago. backache, sciatica, blood disorders, anaemia, it.digestion, biliousness, jaundice. sick headache*, general debility, gravel, stone or bladder troubles. A I medicine which is highly ben; tick'd to a | person afflicted with any of these dis- j orders is Warner's Safe Cure. Heading, soothing, .and stiimilal iug tlm kidneys i and liver, Warner's Safe Cure enables ; those important organs to properly p-*r- ! form their allotted task of removing the j uric and -biliary poisonous waste mau. r ' from the system, and sutTering due to the retention of such waste i.teller is j naturally overcome. I Warner's Safe Cure is sold by chemists | and .storekeepers everywhere, both in the j original (Ss) bottles ami in the rhea pm- ! (2s 6d) “ Concentratednon-alcoholic | f .,rm.
ams< The latest Report of Dr. Maclaurin, the Government Analyst, on four brands of Nelson Moate's Tea together with the Analysis made in 188 2 by Professor Bickerton, Colonial Analyst, makes interesting; reading:. These Analyses prove beyond contradiction that Nelson, Moate & Co.'s Teas are the Best and Purest that money and experience can buy. They prove, too, that Nelson, Moate's Teas to-day are even better than they were in 1882, when retail prices were higher. Remember In both instances the teas were bought from local grocers—the Aaalyst's report on the same packet and quality that you may purchase to-d&y. NAME OF TEA, 1352 PRICE OF TEA, 1909 Nil Nil Nil i Nil Nil Nil Nil j Nil 1 6 I IS l/it 2/. NU | Nil I Nil Nil I 35.2 35.7 128.2 137.4 tie irj tern! 38.5 33.0 ' 33.7 ! 40.fi 38.7 : 40.1 38.6 4« 2 of (rood quality and quite fr?e from adnlteration. The extremely small quantity of insoluble ash also Indicate! great care and cleanliness in the collection. The samples -were purchased by a. stranger in tke ordinary tray across the counter. (Signed) A. W. BICKEKTON, C.10.Ul Aaalnt. Late Pnblte Analyst, Main DiTision, Hants, England. Samples of theeo Tea* vrere pnrobased from retail grocers in 'Wellington by one of my staff. These results snow that all the Samples are genuine Teas r* (food quality, and that great oare has been exercised in the collection and preparation for market. (Signed) J. 5. MACLAURIN, D.Sc, F.CS., Gsrsruuet AasJrst Ooad Tea is the moat refreshing, cheapest, and invigorating drink procurable—ask for Prices: 1/6, 1/8, 1/10, 2/- 2/2, 2/4 3/kVHOLESALE AGENTS: MESSRS MILNE, BREMNER, LTD.. DUNEDIN.
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