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PUBLIC NOTICES. Thern'Omete* at Noon 801 ' TO 60 I 50 I 4d]| 3° I 20* WEATHER GAUGE AT NOON TO-DAY At CONN'S “ GRAND" PHARMACY; CHAWq^. ( /T “7 Barometer rising. NO ONE KNOWS BETTER THAN YOUR DOCTOR. Tt is your doctor’s business to diagnose your particular case. It is his life study to keep in touch with human ailments and their cures. Therefore when you are sick see your doctor and depend upon his skilful diagnosis. Wo till doctors’ prescriptions with pure, full-strength drugs of guaranteed quality. Our compounding is skilful and accurate. Lot us fill your prescriptions. OCULISTS’ PRESCRIPTIONS, EYEGLASSES, SPECTACLES, And REPAIRS A SPECIALITY. CONN’S "GRAND” PHARMACY, GRAND BUILDINGS, HIGH STREET, Dunedin. Telephones, 546, 552, Residence, 3,055. RUPTURE. Hr A. W. Martin, sole controller of the J. A. Sherman method of treating rupture, hawing returned to Dunedin for a short ' visit, previous to starting his ninth annual tour throughout New Zealand, prospective patients should avail themselves at once of this opportunity to be benefited by his skilful treatment. Mr Martin is now in possession of numerous inquiries as to the. date of his return to the cities throughout Australasia, and expressing sorrow at failure to see him on his previous visit. As no two cases of rupture arc alike, personal treatment ie absolutely necessary for success, so sufferers from (hat dirt: misfortune should disabuse their minds that failure (o see Mr Martin personally can bo remedied by intercourse through the post Mr Martin's piles of testimonial- from former sufferers should be ample evidence to the most sceptical that- the Dr.J. A. Sherman method of curing rupture is the moat successful known, particularly when most of those he bos cured certify to the failure of all other advertised methods. It has boon alleged locally that an operation for rupture would make a candidate fit tn pass medical examination for the front, but this is extremely doubtful, for it is wcl; known that evidence of an operation has been sufficient to cause rejection, and. as has been before stated bv Mr Martin, it stands to reason that once the wall of the abdomen, has been cut it cannot por-Mblv be as sirorig to- resist protrusion as 'when wholly sound. Mr A. W. Martin may be consulted at his rooms, .Samson's Puddings, Dowling street. Dunedin, daily 10 to 12. 2 to 5; Saturdays 10 to 12 noon. Consultation free. Booklet on rupture and its treatment posted free.—l2,Tls. TN order to have cho ‘ Star ’ out in good Ji tiine, it is found impossible to classify Advertisements that come in after noon. After this hour they cannot bo classified. Wo would therefore request Advertisers to kindly bear (his in mind, and send in their Orders Early

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15702, 16 January 1915

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