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MEDICAL. * Growing Thinner. Thousands of women are wast* ing away day by day, week by week .month bymonth through anxiety.overwork and motherhood. Their once robust constitutions have been overtaxed, and the wasting away process has thrown them into decline. From strong, robust, vigorous health to the last bed of sickness is but a step or two. Row important then to check this weakness and wasting away. Delay means but one ending —consumption. Every woman who has weak lungs, who is over worked, who has a cough that does not mend, asthma, catarrh, or lung trouble of any kind whatever, should take Lane's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil, Lime Soda, and Creasote, and should take itto-day. It enriches the blood, restores health and activity, gives vigour and vitality to both mind and. body. It is a touic and a medicine food for run-down, overworked, overtaxed, and exhausted women. All grocers and stores sell it. Price 2/6 and _ 4/6. "It's Famous." 35 Um**m****mmmm s* ffiHP!BSI " One of die most valuable foods known to science. It gives the body, abundance of nourishment, with complete or partial rest to the digestive system, regulated as may be advisable. For infancy, illness ' o)r advancing age. Bulger's Food it sold in tins, of . . Chemists. 6*i:_ everywhere. FOUND. —."Spring Blossom Ointment' Cares' all It touches, 6d. nnd 1/ "Spring Blossom- Pills," 1/. "Bloomlne' Cores Corns, Warts, and Bunions 6d pc: packet Chemists nnd Storekeeper!. j LANE'S MEDOLINE 1 {for the Hands. A Boon to Dairy j Farmers. Keeps the Hands Soft ] and Supple. 1/- Bottle at all 1 H Chemists and Stores. 1

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 64, 16 March 1909

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