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Baby's Skin Troubles Vanish When Is Regularly Used. No baby will suffer with any skin trouble if Talsic Toilet Powder be dusted on after every change of clothing. Talsic Toilet Powder keeps baby's skin in a constantly healthy condition, no soreness, no redness, no chafing, no smarting. Talsic Toilet Powder is a new, improved, and perfect skin dusting \ x>wder — better than the old-fashioned powders that were often gritty, lumpy,-and unwholesome. Use Talsic Toilet Powder regularly and baby will never be troubled with skin irritations that make him cry and fret. Talsic Toilet Powder is antiseptic, soothing, cooling and healing, and is regularly used by careful mothers everywhere. Sold by chemists in packets, one shilling each. G. W. HEA'N, Chemist, Wang"';"'Sole Manufacturer. '59 Daeracq and Db Dion Motok Caks.— We are informed that Mesais A. Darraeq et Cio and De Dion Bouton, Limited, have appointed the G. H. Carson Cycle and Motor Works as agents for the district extending between the Rakaia and Rangitata Rivers; and also that they will guarantee their cars for 12 months from date of delivery, but that all cars, engines, or e-ear boxes must bear the factory number If these numbers have been erased no claims will be allowed. The penalty imposed on authorised agents for erasing numbers and supplying cars to buyers outside their own districts is that all supplies will be stopped. Mr Carson will be pleased to give any information on the subject to intending buyers. ' 00 P4INUI, Thousands have testified of its wonderful virtues,

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6621, 14 July 1905

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6621, 14 July 1905

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