•MEDICAL. This elder brotner .^tiaift^ doctor, in real / " the one stand- " trd cough medicine for children. t»herri( 9eetoral is entirely free from narcotics or poison of any kind. It is the great remedy the world over for colds, coughs, croup, whooping-cough, influenza, la grippe, and all bronchial complaints. Accept no substitute or cheap and worthless imitation. Be sure you get Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Put up in large and small bottles. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co.. Lowell. Meats.. U.S.A. THE daily use of LANE'S MEDOI.INE makes and keeps the skin active and healthy. Freckles, spots, and pimples quickly removed, list Chemists. 7. Food J W\ $ T ;; >■'; 7™''] One of the most valuable foods known to science. It gives the body abundance of nourishment, with complete or partial rest to the digestive system, regulated as may be advisable. For infancy, illness or advancing age. Bulger's Food is sold in tins, of Chemists. &■»<:.. czicryzukerc. ■■■ „ „ HUDSON'S EUMENTHOL JUJUBES. The Great Antiseptic Remedy for COUGHS. COLDS. INFLUENZA, "The Practitioner" nays:— "Useful In Tonsllltls. vlllSfn Pharyngitis, and similar VsS/ Unlike Cough Medicines, SM Eumenthol Jujubes do not «9 Interfere with the dlges- KB q ficlal effect, a * tSara&nff their antiseptic _K_i!F _Bj|j^s3!'--vent abnormal owLJf?ft , N*y!r?ifil fermentntlon of '85$'^ A. The Larynx or organ of voice. B. Tbe Trackea or windpipe. C The Bronchial Tubes of n disserted lung. D. A lobe of one of th» IUD£S. SOLD IN TINS, ALL CHEMISTS. Price, 1/6.
His Majesty KING EDWARD Vll.'s INTEREST IN THE CURE or CONSUMPTION at the South African Products Exhibition, 1907. Extract from "Lloyd's News," 24th Feb., 1907;— " The Royai party then made a tour of the stalls, the King being specially interested in a new South African Cure for Consumption known as SACCO." CURB CURB BEING PRESCRIBED BY MEDICAL MEN AND Testified to by hundreds of grateful patients. Dbtainable from all Chemists, or from the Sole Agents for New Zealand :- Shark nd & Co., Ltd., Auckland, Wellington, Christchureh and Dunedin. Send for a copy of descriptive booklet free. Awardei Silver Medal South African Products Exhibition, 1907.
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