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«• T OVAL GOOD INTENT jjß\ Ah . *-* LODGE, 4369, H.TJ., Members will please note SaSvSffSfl that the Lodge will meet $$M£aSMg& on MONDAY EVENING, iSSW<igV3&s} April 12th, as usual: also, that the Social Evening -*==-ll3S3==k. tendered by Bro. 3d. Dilly, N.G., will take place in the Lodge Room, Cook-st. Hall, on MONDAY EVE-NING, April 26th, at 8 p.m.. Instead of THURSDAY, April 22, as previously notified. By Older of the N.G. W. DEAN, Secretary. 154 MEDICAL. : - ■ ■ " * " Benger's Food is mixed with fresh new milß when used, is dainty and delicious, Highly nutritive, and most easily digested. Infants thrive on it, and delicate or aged persons enjoy it. Benger's Food Is sold tn tins, by all 1 Chemists, e/c, everywhere. jj I^QpEQQD,

I 8 MAKES the SKIN „ keeps the skin } as SOFT as /?✓s* cool amd j VELVET. <g&& h /\IW ™f N SHEI) I £ PREVENTS HOT WEATHER, g UTTfiPir a » A " Roughness, Redness, 1 ATTACK Chaps> lr ritatloii. &c. 1 Of " BOTTLES, 1/- 4. 2/6. 1 g MOSQUITOES. Sole Makers: M. BEETHAM & SOB, Cheltenham, England. § Agents : tiharland and Co., Auckland; Felton. Grimwade and Co., Wellington.

A QTARTS SUP fIFEED 100 GUINEA CORSETS Ban Psar B™ EF I WRITE A POST-CARD, AND WIN ONE. ft Famous ©orset Firm's Unique ©ffer to Lady Readers. One Hundred Pairs of Corsets Free Is the generous offer announced by MESSRS. WEINQABTEN BROS., the makers of the famous "W.H." Corsets. The selection of the fortunate 100 Is to be decided by a simple and pleasurable competition, in which every womau In New Zealand, whether she live in a mansion or ■« a cottage, will havo an equal chance of success. The nature of this competition is fully described in a beautifully primed and illustrated book. Issued by this well-known firm, entitled ••Tho 'W.K. Beauty Book." It is impossible In this space to do more fhuu merely outline the competition, but It may be stated that no greater üblllty than that of writing a post-card Is necessary to enter it. Tills alone fives to nil classes of women an equal chance of success, but that is rendered still more certain by an Ingenious scheme that absolutely prevents unfair competition. -A.ustralia has been divided Into sections, according to population, so that a lady living in a large city like Auckland or Wellington Is „ ot piacocl in competition against a woman living, say, In a small country township. Iv fact, the competition has been so carefully arranged that equality of opportunity among all sorts and conditions of competitors la mado absolutely certain. The regulations governing fhe competition— which is of a nature that appeals strongly to ladles—are very simple, anil are fully set forth In the book already referred to. There Is, it may be stated, no entrance fee, and the book giving details of the competition will be sent free to eveiy applicant. It Is a dainty and charming production, and altogether a triumph of the printing art. It deals with practically every phase of feminine beauty culture, and explains how Every Woman can improve her tlgure. carriage, complexion, and general appearance. In fact, apart altogether from the competition, is is a book that ought to find a place lv every woman's boudoir, especially as a copy can now be obtained free of all cost. The cover Is an artistic introduction to the contents, and the subjects treated are both varied and interesting. Massage, the use of cosmetics, physical exercises for improving the ngure, the part the corset plays in feminine beauty, are some of the matters dealt with, the letterpress being illustrated by beautiful photographs and drawings. Numerous hlnt s are also given on the management of the hair, the treatment of wrinkles, blackheads, freckles, moles, and other facial blemishes, the care of the hands and nails, aud the cure of chilblains. Au Interesting chapter, illustrated by an explanatory series of photographs, is one dealing with the correct method of lacing and putting on a corset, lv which many valuable tips are given. Iv fact, the book In every way fultils its title, and deals with the culture of "Woman's Figure, Health, aud Beauty" in the most thorough manner. The second month's competition is now running, so ladies who wish to enter will enhance their chance of success by writing for a free copy of the book at once. Ladles who were unsuccessful in the first month's competition will have the marks scored by them carried forward to the second month's competition, and will therefore have a very excellent opportunity, if their friends support them by sending in their cards to Wclngarteu Bros. Each day's delay will jeopardise your prospect of winning one of the 100 Guinea Corsets. All applications should b» addressed to BLOCK ARCADE, ELIZABETH-STREET, MELBOURNE. PETER F. HEERJNG'S COPENHAGEN. Vntfe*SiraY The Favourite Liqueur. BRAKEDY SWIFT & COMPANY, 32 O'Connelt St.. Sydney, Genera \ Agents.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 85, 10 April 1909

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