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If asked to name the { f ' ' commonest ailment we ' r < ► would say—a cold. We ( f A > "would give thai answer r < > because a cold is the *. ► •I > starting point of many *J ► '*) > fatal illnesses. < ► I - A cold is the first chapter -1 in the history of every case of consumption. A' | •|' cold is the first stage of ' ' |'. chronic catarrh. A cold * ' !j * is the parent of bronchitis, <I ► pleurisy, pneumonia, i ► •! I ► quinsy, asthma, croup, i ► •1 11> whooping cough, sore i ► 4 ► throats. i > - - Ydu can't ba too careful I [ •| ■ about this common ailI ment—a cold. You can't be too careful because . ' 'you never know how or ' y ' * where a, neglected cold *i * ' > will end. The best thing * i < I ► to do is to take ■*<; > "LANE'S § :; EMULSION § <I> at the first signs of a cold, >i > . . and keep taking Lane's J . •;■• > Emulsion until the cold . . . . has completely gone. . I. 'O. That is the best and < > i > wisest method, and is the O i ► means to keep your lungs < I i ► and throat strong and O ( l healthy. < y Lane's Emulsion, | . ; At Chemists and Stores . . i 2/B and 4/6. . I. V Take none but Lane's. . . I" NATURES PLEASANT LAXATIVE." | relieves the congested con- § dition "of the bowels, "the g liver and kidneys without B causing the slightest aggra- _ vation. H •It is the natural remedy, B made from the luscious E juices of figs, grown in the | richest fruit land of the B world—California, in com- B bination with other laxative H ingredients. No other is so _ pleasant to take, so mild and If gentle, yet so absolutely H effective. California Syrup m of Figs strengthens as well B as relieves, and so gives B lasting benefit. The safest g laxative for children. H Avoid substitutes— remember to fl get California (at all Chemists S and Stores, in two sizes), and see H THERE IS NO POWER ON EARTH j SO STRONG AS Dingo Eucalyptus "Not ill—but jurt not quite well!" Are you one of the thousandswhofrom time to time express their feelings thus? J.f you are a Man you may complain of Pains in the Side and Dull Headache*, 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. Udder these circumstances use promptly Loasby's " Wahoo," an unfailing remedy for Liver, Kidney, Stomach and other troubles, and also a Nerve Strengthencr and a gentle but bracing Tonic It is "the Remedy of the Age I" Loasby's "Wahoo" restores that "snap," "vim,", and "go," without which life is often but a weary drag. Your Chemist or Storekeeper will supply you at 2s 6d a Bottle. But— be sure you get LOASSY'i " wahoo r YOUR, filends will be delighted to get a copy of tbe "Illustrated Guide to Auckland," obtainable at tlie "Star" Office ana all Stationers. Price 2/. RETT'S ALMANAC ~FQ~vL 1900. Price V- Now ready, at all Stationers and Star Office.

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 65, 17 March 1909

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