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The largest American fiatx in existence hangs in the main hall of. the Grand Central Railway Terminal hi New York. It measures 80ft by 160 ft: the stripes are 6ft wide, and each of the stars measures oH't across from point to noint.

No human foot lias, ever trod. the summit of Mount Everest, which rises to a height of 30,000 feet, and is the culminating point of the earth. Probably it will be reached by flight in the early future when some enterpnsmc; airman wishes to do a "stunt" which will make his name famous everywhere.

"Mother needed not experience to be ■kind."—Stanus. It just came to her naturally. That's why there is always on the home shelf a big bottle of Baxter's Lung; Preserver, read;' for Tommy's little sneezes arid' sniffles—Nature's signs ■'that a cold is approaching. And sneezes and sniffles are pretty frequent at'this time of the year. The weather is so changeable that it behoves all mothers to have Baxter's handy. 2s 6d per large bottle All Chemists snd Stores. A sure and pleasant specific for removing worms is WADE'S WORM FIGS. Price Is 6d. To prevent a cold "getting hold of you," take "NAZGL" on fiuear, or inhale it at intervals. Its effects are simply marvellous

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9599, 1 May 1919

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Ashburton Guardian Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9599, 1 May 1919

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