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MEDICAL. v When Doctors recommend and the public universally' use a remedy for one specific purpose you may be sure it has merits which entitle it to such high recognition. This is the case with California Syrup of Figs, the safe, gentle and reliable laxative that soothingly cleanses the system and successfully stems the habit of constipation in man, woman or child. Insist on having the original and genuine " NATURE'S PLEASANT LAXATIVE." Of all Chemists, in two sizes. "In my opinion LANE'S EMULSION has no equal." In a letter to the Lane's EmulI sion Coy., Mr. A. S. Cookson, of InvercargllJ, sa.ys:—"About three years ago I was in a poor state of health, my weight being only nine stone. I seemed to be in a decline, and all my friends sympathised with mc and seemed to think that I would soon be away from them One of my chums strongly recommended mc to tryLane's Emulsion. I had almost made up my mind that it was only a matter of time, and that it was no good trying anything more. I took his advice, however, and sent away for a case of three dozen. These I took according to directions, and when finished found that my weight had increased by 28 pounds, and my health simply perfect. I can strongly recommend Lane's Emulsion to anyone who, like myself, was fading away. In my case there was nothing apparently the matter, but I was gradually getting thinner and weaker. In my opinion Lane'a Emulsion ac a body-builder has no equal."—Signed, A. S. Cookson, Invercarglll. > Lane's Emulsion will act for you as it did for Mr. Cookeon. It always assists digestion, builds up flesh, and adds strength. This treble action of Lane's Emulsion is unique with itself, and cannot be found in the many substitutes and imitations which flood the market. Lane's Emulsion, in two sizes can be found in the stocks of all chemlßtß and grocers throughout the Dominion, Small size 2/6, large size 4/6, The large size is the economical size. 39 Appointment «&« King. Those in favour of health and strength please signify in the ' usual way by taking BOVRIL

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 71, 24 March 1909

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