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ONE OF THE BEST KNOWN AND MOST FRiLLiANT PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS sew retired, write* ol tie value of lEIEII The following is a testimony to the curative and nerve-restormg powers of this medicine, given by Miss A. M. CARDWELL, “ Coree,” Booth Street. Annandale. One of the most brain-racking and arduous of duties is that of public school teaching, the constant strain on the nerves and general brain-tax making nervous break-down and insomnia common ailments amongst the rank and file of public school teachers. Miss Cardwell has been for over 30 years an active and a brilliant example of her profession, having held many high appointments in the Educational Department : CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. '■* “The cver-constant strain on the nerves of a Public School Teacher soon brings on a low stale of the whole system. In my case it was overstrain in tombing, and mental worry through family bereavements. i had been taking medicines, but seeing Cleme.'.U Ton e advertised, 1 tried cue small bottle, and feeling so mu.h benefit from its nse, got the larger sire. It was such a restorator that whenever I felt the least bit run-down 1 at osce sent for Clements Tonic, and it never failed me. Ho household should be without it, or fail to use it ia any case of over-strain, for 1 feel sure it will have the desired effect.” Gratefully yours, a ii Out Clements T cases of pc. alt,veils r,f u the iviauy thousands of people make their own good cough, cold, and sore throat medicine. \ They use MEAN’S ESSENCE. XV One bottle makes a pint and saves ten shillings. 7 I is Nature - bottled. ti Good for Summer Colds. l| I | 2/6 and 4/6. All Chemists. | The Tempting Flavor I of the exquisite | Melhmsh 9 sl Worcester Saucej Gives vest to any meal of Hoi: or ColdJ .Meat by its Delicious Piquancy. Only! HALF THE PRIOR of the Best Ini- ! ported Brands, ami equal to the very! finest. Try MELIiUISH’S OP-IKXTALE KBLISH. Particularly appreciated by| people of fastidious tastes. All Mo!lnusii| products are guaranteed under the Pure 3 Foods Act. il

HAWKINS’S PRICE LIST, POST Free.—Good Enemas from Is 6d to 12s 6d each. Address Mrs L. Hawkins., 150 George street, Dunedin. CERTIOURA ” Oin'mcnt, Is 6d; Cer; icura Pills, Is 3d; Ceriicura Chilblain Ointment, Is; Hawkins’s Magic Ua:r Vigor, Is Cd bolilo. pain; “taking - ' remedy, ic will relieve you in BLOOMINE is a a sure euro, three applications. ALL the difference between having pc inf’:! corns and no: having them is sixpon.• ■ —the price of Blcomino. BLOOMTNE,” the great Corn, Wart, and Bunion Cure. Price, 6cl, everywhere, and Hawkins’s, 150 George street. KOUGH ami Reddy Hands, Chapped Li; s and Face cured with “ Spring Blossom Ointment.” Sold at Hawkins's. SPRING Blossom Ointment” euros Burns, Sore Eyes, Sore Leg’*, and Irritating Eruptions. 6d rind Is cverywiu rc. LADIES, cure yourselves with “ Orange Blossom”; one month's treatmeni, ss. General agent : Hawkins, herbalist, George street. Arsenical riik, Is 6dV Pink pun Is fid; Dr Bloom’s Ointment, Is fid; File Ointment. Is 6d. Hawkins's, Gccijjo street. CtPRING Bio-reim Soap, healing, soothing. O and cleansing, fragrant and'refreshing; price fid. Hawkins’s, 150 George street. Kk /jfANDARIN Laundry Glare.” Cue only JrJL genuine 'Chinese Glare,'’ fid and Is; everywhere. Agent- Wm. Taylor, merchant. MRS LOUISA HAWKINS’S Infant Teething Syrup, Is; bottle: “ Infant Soothing Powders,” Is box; “Gem Worm Powders,” Is. Hawkins’s. HAWKINS’S Sixpenny Cough Remedy cure:; Coughs, Cold;, Croup, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, Trade-mark; “Big Six” BIAMOND Dyes fid; Dr Bloom's Com- , plcxion Pills. 4s fid; Spring Blossom 1 JEIla. M ,Ai i

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15708, 23 January 1915

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15708, 23 January 1915

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