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MEDICAL. Sounding the praises of Ayer's Hair Vigor. That's what every one does who uses this splendid uJ}/jp s&sBSJ for the hair. thPlm P ra^se then you must not Byfasf use it. You see, fnSf i you will be so pleased ifjjiV f with it that you will just have to tell your ** friends all about it. tiller's Vigor removes dandruff, makes the hair grow thick and heavy. Handsome hair, rich, glossy hair, always attracts. You may have just such hair if you will use Ayer's Hair Vigor. Accept no substitute. Prepared by Dr. 1. C. Aycr &. Co., Lowoll. Mass.. U.S.A. / \ No Hair Tonic was V * (*[ ever Bu ar a nt eed to V *f'§»J produce results on the money-back-if-tßplp i f i ed prindp,e, W^LETTA Chemists, Stores, or Hairdressers. 3/6 TRY IT ! 3/6 Agents are authorised to refund in case of failure. Wholesale Agents: G. H. B AKER AND C°-COMMKRCE-STREET, AUCKLAND. Lane's Emulsion. Your doctor knows the formula. Ask him if it would be good for you. He orders Lane's Emulsion for bad colds, chronic coughs, bronchitis, weak lungs, weak system, consumption. Your doctor understands bow it soothes and heals. Chemists and stores sell it 2/6 and 4/5 per bottle. Most people buy I the large size. 19. Imf DR. SHELDON'S ji I {magnetics if liniment] j 1 CURES ■ I : ■ Rheumatism, Lumbago, M ' : & Lame Back, Neuralgia, 1 i [ I Chilblains, etc. U | J I Dr. SHELDON'S I \ { I MAGNETIC LINIMENT 1 : ; L reflects its virtues PI j i [\* wherever used, y : "Not ill— but just not quite well!" Are you one of the thousands whofrom time to time express their feelings thus ? If you are a Man you may complain of Pains in the Side and Dull Headaches, Want of Appetite, Costiveness, Disordered Stomach, a sense of Fulness, Depression or Languor after Eating, Shortness of Breath, Nervousness, and perhaps Piles or a touch of Rheumatism. If you are a Woman you may suffer from Constipation and Pains in the Back, Bilious or Sick Headaches, Irritability, Nervousness, and an "All Gone" sense of weakness, etc. Under these circumstances use promptly Loasby's "Wahoo," an unfailing remedy for Liver, Kidney, Stomach and other troubles, and also a Nerve Strengthens and a K?ntle but bracing Tonic. It is "the Remedy of the Age!" Loasby's "Wahoo" restores that "^γ , " "Y im '" and "SO," without which life is often but a weary drag Your Chamist or Storekeeper will Sjaply you at 2o 6d a Bottle. But— J h-t sur.ryou get LOASBY'i ;: " "WAHQ_Q!" _ LANES MEDOLINE for the Hands. It is unequalled ' for keeping the hands in good order. 1/- Bottle at all I Chemists and Stores. G FOUND. — "Spring Blossom Ointment" Cures nil It touches, 6d and 1/; "Spring Blossom Pills," 1/: "Bloomlne" Cures Corns, Warts and Bunions, 6d per packet. Chemists ana Storekeepers.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 63, 15 March 1909

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