MLLE. HELENA RUBENSTEIN'S ARRIVAL IN AUCKLAND.
THE FAMOUS COMPLEXION SPECIALISTE OF LONDON AND VIENNA RETURNS TO VISIT HER MANY CLIENTS AND FRIENDS.
The four months' lull which precedes the London season has permitted Mile. Rubinstein to make a flying visit to Australia and New Zealand. She has just arrived here after a brief sojourn in Australia, and it will give her great pleasure to renew the acquaintance of her old clients, aud to meet every other woman who feels interested in beauty culture. During her brief stay in Auckland. Mile. Rubinstein will give, free of charge, any information or explanation desired concerning the complexion, or any of the preparations —old or new—that she is in a position to exclusively supply. Those who, owing to distance or time, find themselves unable to meet Mile. Rubinstein can, by ivriting to her, receive by letter ali tht aid and information she is able to impart. Mile. Rubinstein wishes every Auckland woman to avail herself of her offer to send a copy of "Beauty in the Making," free of charge, but it is essential that the name of this paper be mentioned in the application. Free copies .may be obtained at the Valaze Depot, City Chambers, Queen-street, as well as at Woollams', the Queen-street "chemist. As Mile. Rubinstein will, during her present brief stay in Auckland, be obliged to meet a great number of ladies interested in the cultivation of facial beauty, it would be advisable not to delay writing or calling on her at the Valaze Depot, City Chambers.
Mademoiselle's visit is of the briefest, and she can onlj- deal with callers in their order. She does not wish to disappoint anyone, but the demand on her will be great. It is merely a matter of time. Mile. Helena Rubinstein may be consulted daily free of charge till Tuesday, the 13th.
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