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"jyrONEY FOR BRAINS. The Proprietors of the famous WIOLETTA Hair Food and Tonic otter THREE PRIZES amounting 'to Eight Guineas. First Prize of Fire 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 age, attending public or private schools, for a Verse of not less than 10 Lines. THIRD Prize of One Guinea for the second best not less than 10 linos. Gist of matter can be taken from WRAPPER round bottle of YTIOL.ETTA, which Is stocked by lending Chemists Hairdressers nud Stores. Proprietors have the right to retain all manuscripts. Correspondence to be addressed ta the Manager, WIOL.ETTA Company. Christ-ch'u-ch. Competitions close 30th April, 1909. M 370

>TpHOSE hands of yours ! The> I need LANE'S MEDOLINE. Then they will be like your neighbour's hands, clean, white, soft, supple, lady-like. ; i/----everywhere. 12.

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Page 17 Advertisements Column 1, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 80, 3 April 1909

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Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 80, 3 April 1909

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