Tm one cure ofail . —(orevcrychestandlung i affections is Bennington's j Irish Moss, ll is potent | enough for adalls.absclutesnfe for children; is iv.lr.table, i, ritliabln and enjoys p. 50 yr»is' rei i. Bonninolon'ii i> bottler! in two ji; "■ltistlioss SSM •QVtiWE laja: A Delightful Change ! Try it at " Afternoon Tea," for Breakfast, Supper, and when Picnicking during the Summer. TJio Cofr'eo with the luscious velvety taste and mnde-in-aii-instunt! Prepared hy Strang's Secret Process. Daoid Strang, Ltd., Invercargill. TAKE CAKE OF YOUR IYESj Or, bettor still, lot us do it for yots,. 1 We are Specialists in Spectacles (with. Certificate). JOHNSTONE & HASLETT, CHEMISTS AND OPTICIANS* tfl2 PRINCES STREET (Opposite Post OffiooJb snxt will Beeoham'a Pills do? This question would scarcely seem to be necessary about a medicine which has been in public use for the lengthy period of.seventy years, and which at the present time has an output of fifty tons per annum S Popular as this preparation is however, there may yet be some people who are in ignorance as to what Beechnm':, Pills reahydo. They hnvenot taken them; they do not know their r.plsndid curative properties. It is therefore of great importance that everyone should be made aware of the precise purpose for which this famous medicine is prepared. : sla N u J arc a remedy for ailment" nrisirs;- I from an upset or irregular condition of the stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels. They relievo, remove and prevent biliousness, constipation, heartburn, indigestion, sick headache and have a purifying effect upon the blood exercising a bracing influence upen the nervous : ystcrn. If you are u s-.iiferer from dyspepsia and kindred troubles try Beecham's Pills and see what they will (i( J ;:.!ls)k2,U(lfißpiUs).
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