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For coughs ajid colds. “ A friend in need is a indeed.” Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral is just such a friend. Never be without it. It will prove a good friend when you have a fresh cold, bringing immediate relief. You will find it equally true in old colds, bronchitis, whoop-ing-cough, asthma. If you will use Mger’s 'Cherry Sectoral for an irritable throat or weak lungs, you will find it “the best friend im the world.” It acts as a strong tonic, j clearing up the throat, giving tone, to the relaxed tissues, and strengthening the lungs. There are many substitutes and; imitations. Beware of them and of so-called “ Genuine Cherry Pectoral.” Be sure you get AYER’S Cherry [Poctor^il* Put up in large and small bottles. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer 4 Co,, Lowell, Maas., U. S. A J CHAS. GIFFORD, GENERAL GARDENER, 'AVENAL ROAD, A VENAL. PRUNING AND SPRAYING A SPECIALITY. Clean Trees Ensure a Good Crop. Work done by the Day or Contract. CHARGES MODERATE. ALL ORDERS BOOKED IN ROTATION. RAILWAY PRIVATE HOTEL. HAVING secured the premises so long known as the RAILWAY HOTEL I desire to thank the ..-public for past patronage,' and to request a continuance of same in respect to my new place, which provides all the comforts of an up-to-date hostelry. Comfortable Compartments & Beds Hot and Cold Baths. Excellent Table at regular hours, and Tea,. Coffee, and Summer Drinks at any time. Open for, business until after arrival «f late express. Mrs 0. Thomas, [Late of Supreme Court Hotel], Pkopeibtbess. HOUSEWIVES are surprised at the strength of Pure “Hondai Lanka” Tea. It’s a perfect eye-opener in economy.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 8, 25 May 1907

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