The hatpin epidemic seems +o have made its re-appearance in Dunedin, states the " Otago Daily Times." The regulation'-as to a protector being used on the point of the hatpin has been ignored •by nearly all jho .ladies,' with the result that the male physiognomy has in one case at least, been seriously disfigured. Fortunately,. tlnf. injury was confined to a severe ' ana-lengthy scratch—it is .-.described. l>y an eye-wit-ness as' a gash—just below the eye. Half an inch-higher and -a- loss of 'sight would ■ m-obably hnve resulted. Hieluckless . man is a, tram conductor, i.whose- tongue--, remained' silent underthe infliction, while his face bore an injured appearance. To the observant it is nlain that one of thisr barbarous class of hat-fastener does not suffice.. Two and sometimes thoree are necessarr, and in most instances these stick out- '" like quills upon the fretful'porcupine."
The woman wore a wonied look, Her-brow was creased with'care, The chemist's store hy storm . she took "**" ' - And hailed 'a salesman there. ■■ ■ "O Sir," she said. 'Tin ill with dread, My child will die. Vrn sure; With croup he's ziS:. please sf-ro me quick! 1 With Woods' Green; peppermint Cure.
Form the gocrl '?wibft of inhaling "NAJSOL," and ytni'Tl keep free from coughs and colds. JSitliifowpence buys sixty doses.
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9599, 2 May 1919
Ashburton Guardian Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9599, 2 May 1919
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