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MEDICAE. 'bsA for a cough, tnation in the throat or lungs, the* you need iakzrni Pectoral It is a carefully prepared, accurately compounded medicine for all diseases of the throat and lungs. It contains strong and active ingredients, such as are extensively prescribed by the medical profession. It is the oldest, strong- . ost, and best medicine for coughs and colds you can possibly buy. Accept no cheap and worthless substitute. Be sure you get Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It contains no narcotic or poison of any kind. Btsparri by Dr. I. C. flyer A Co.. Low;!!, Mm.. U. S. A. I GLEAN, COOL |i§|l|| 1 COMFORT, I FOE THE SKIN. JkQjf I To Nature is due ICILMA I NATURAL WATER, the . J greatest discovery ever made fo.-' the skin t that does away with the necessity of sreasy I and starchy skin-foods. The loilma S principle is to so cleanse and stimulate 1 the natural energy of the skin that this is I able to resist heat, cold or age. g to the. Preparations made with ICILMA S NATURAL WATER and for giving tone H and transparency to the skin, preventing E and curing irritations froni cold, wind, heat 1 or insect bites, and after shaving they stand ! B alone. For healthy transparency, clean, B cool comfort, glowing life and velvety g softness, Icilma, whether it be the Water, H Cream, Soap or Iciltnine, is unrivalled. B Obtainable from: Ralph R. H Parnham, Chemist. North Shore; | 9 A. Eeeles, Chemist, Queen-st: B W. H. Woollams, Chemist B Queen-st. I FLUOR CREAM, 2/<perpot. KEEP STRONG! line's Emulsion IS A WGHBSBFUt. TONIC AND STRENGTHENS^. " I take pleasure in recommending such a fine toning and strengthening medicine as Lane's Emulsion, T?ot a long time I felt run-down, and was often easily tired. I had Bcarceiy any appetite, and what I did eat I could hardly digest. A month ago my doctor advised Lane's Emulsion, and even he can now hardly realize that I am the same woman. To put'it as short as possible, ' I am well all over.' Many thanks to J-ane's Emulsion." Lane's Emulsion makes healthy Mood and flesh. It is of special value to women, building up the entire system, searching out the weak parts, and strengthening them. It helps in the digesting of good foods; it makes the nerves strong and induces refreshing sleep. If you will read the remarkable letters we are publishing from day to day, any doubts you may have had regarding the value of this famous bodybuilder and power-maker, will entirely vani3h. A course ot Lane's Emulsion will do you good no matter what your state of health. ,Sold everywhere in two sizes, 4/6 and 2/6. The large size is the economical size. ,4. By to B.M. Appointment gSggfsSL *ke Sing. When you feel thoroughly exhausted after a heavy day's work, begin your dinner with a. SOUP and so -ward off indigestion. jtTONEY FOR BRAINS. The Proprietors of the famous "WIOLETTA Hair Food and Tonic offer THREE PRICES amounting 'to Eight Guineas First Prize of Five Guineas for the best FOUR Original Advertisements three inches single column, about 22 'lines Advertisements must have a CATCHY heading, and open to everybody, including advertising experts. SECOND Prize of Two Guineas, open to children under 16 years of asie, -attending public or privata. schools "for a Verse of not less than 10 Lines. THIRD Prize of One Guinea for the second best Verse, not less than 10 Hues. Gist of mattei can be taken from WRAPPER round bott'e of WIOLE-TTAA, which is stocked by leading Chemists, Hairdressers and Stores Proprietors have the right to retain all manuscripts. Correspondence to be addressed to the Manager, WIOLETTA Company Christchurch. Competitions close 30th. April 1900 ' M 370 Dr Sheldon's Digestive Tabules simply do the work of the Stomach, relieving that weakened organ, permitting it to rest and recuperate. It is a sensible cure for all Stomach Troubles.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 73, 26 March 1909

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 73, 26 March 1909

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