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MEDIC At. MOTHERS TRY FENTON'S NURSERY |HA|IR LOTION AND HEAD SOAP. KILLS ALL NITS AND PARASITES. FENTON, CHEMIST. KAKANGAHAPE-RD. XXI DOES Q* v *To»j4un./rtJM EVERYBODY TAKE ■ TORALINE Cures infi&k hours. All Chemists and Store*. - HUDSON'S EUMENTHOL JUJUBES. The Great Antiseptic Remedy for COUGHS. COLDS. INFLUENZA. "The Practitioner" says:— m % "Useful In Tonsilitis, wj&jflf/^ Unllkp Couffh Medicines. 3 interfere with the dlges- J q ficla! effect, ns yW VmBjP~Z&l. their antiseptic properties pre- tt Vi^^^<gß» A. The Larynx or organ of vulre. B. The Trachea or windpipe. , C. The Itronchial Tubes of n dissected lung. D. A lobe of one of the muss. SOLD IN TINS. ASA, CHEMISTS. Price, 1/6. Headache, Indigestion, Constipation and Biliousness. Tho immense number of orders for Frootoids, sent by post direcV to the Proprietor, is convincing proof that the Public appreciate their splendid curing i power over the above-named complaints. Frootoids are elegant in appearance and pleasant to take; they are immensely j more valuable than an ordinary aperient; I they remove from the blood, tissues, and : internal organs, wast* poisonous metter that is clogging them and choking the channels that lead to and from them. The beneficial effects of Frootoids are evident by the disappearance-of headache, a bright, cheery sense of perfect health taking the place of sluggish, depressed feelings, by the liver acting properly, and by the food being properly digested. Frootoids are the proper aperient medicine to take when any Congestion or Blood Poison is present, or when Congestion of tho Brain or Appoplexy is present or threatening. They have been tested, and have boon proved to afford quick relief in such cases when other aperients have not done any good at all. Frootoids act splendidly on the liver; a dose taken at bed-time, once a week, is highly beneficial. A constipated habit of body will be completely cured if the patient will on each occasion, when suffering, take a dose of Frootoids, instead of an ordinary aperient. Tho patient thus gradually becomes independent of Aperient Medicines. Price 1/6. Chomißts, Medicine Vendors, or the Proprietor, W. G. Hearne, Chomist, Goelong, Victoria. PUBLIC NOTICES. MANDARIN LAUNDRY GLAZE elves a Beautiful Ivory Gloss to Starched Goode, surpassing the Brightness of Chinos* Linen. Ironing with it Is n pleasure. Price, 6d. and 1/ everywhere. Wholesale Aceute: A. J. ENTRICAN AXD CO. ORANGE MEAT. THE CELKEHATED CANADIAN FOOD. PRICK REDUCED FOR SCONES, PUDDINGS, OB AS A SUBSTITUTE FOR POTATOES. THE MOST DELICATE CAN USB WITH ALL GROCERS, QXLO PACKET. SOLE AGENTS: A. J. ENTRICAN * CO., LTD., IMPORTERS AND GENERAL MERCHANTS. AUCKLAND. NEW DESIGNS !N PLATEDWARE We have right Jieie v collection of the moet BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS lv PLATEDWARE that it is possible to see round about. EVERYTHING IS UP-TO-DATE AND IS THL« iJEST OF GOOD TASTE. OUR NEW COLLECTION ready for your inspection, and will be found exceptionally complete and attractive. Come and see how we can meet your desires, and how little the cost will be. A FEW SUGGESTIONS I>X>R PRESENTS. Best E.P. Cruets, 10/, 12/6, 15/; Best E.P. Biscuit Barrels, 12/6, 15/, 17/6, 20/; Best E.P. Butter Dishes, 7/6, 10/, 12/6, 15/; P.est E.P. Bread Boards. 15/, 17/ B. 20/. Many other i;.;eful presents just as cheap. A. KOHN, 1178, QUEEN-ST., AUCKLAND. YOUR friends will be delighted to get a copy of the "Illustrated Guide to Aucklnnd." Obtainable at the "Star" Office mid nil Stationers. Price 2/. ARCHITECTS. EDWARD MAHONEY & SON, ARCHITECTS, .QUEEN-ST,. AUCKLAND.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 63, 15 March 1909

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