The Medical Pioneer

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Many societies were formed of scientists and medical professionals who advocated total abstinence, and this was the regular journal of one, The British Medical Temperance Association.

The Medical Pioneer.

The official Organ of the British Medical Temperance Association.
“Tolle Causam.”

Vol. 4, No. 10. July, 1896. Monthly 2D
By post 2 1/2d. Post Free 2s. 6d per annum.

Neave’s Food.
“Carefully prepared and highly nutritious.” – Lancet
“Well adapted for the use of children, aged people and invalids.” – British Medical Journal.
“An excellent Food, admirably adapted to the wants of infants and young persons.” – Sir C. A. Cameron, M.D. Ex-President of the Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland.
“The flesh and bone-forming constituents are far above the average of the best farinaceous foods.” – H.C. Barlett, Ph. D., F.C.S.
First Established 1825.
For Infants Children, Invalids and the Aged.
Manningham, Bradford, Fed. 22, 1892.
Gentlemen, - My friends all remark what a find baby I have, and often ask me what I feed her on. She has been brought up entirely on your Food from a month old, and she is a fine fat child, and never had any illnesses.
Yours truly, H.W.
Sold in 1lb. Patent Air-tight Tins, 1/- each.
Manufactured by Josiah R. Neave & Co. Fordingbridge, near Salisbury.

“Strongest and Best.” – Health.
Fry’s pure concentrated Cocoa
Over 140 Gold Medals & Diplomas.

Robinson’s Patent Groats
Mrs. Lester, BroadStreet, Loughboro’
“we have used your excellent Robinson’s Patent Groats for nearly 9 years and now enclose photo of my last baby boy. We think him a good specimen.”
Keen, Robinson & Co., Ltd., London.
Makers of Keen’s Mustard.

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