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A crown of glory —is a beautiful head of hair. An Australian lady fr in London writes under .date Jan. 28, Iyer's Hair Vigor done my hair world of good, nks to it, my hair w thick, glossy, soft, and when id is 65 inches Hair Vigor . to be used by y woman who a, pride in her talso may have ich a crown of ory if you will dlow the example of this lady and use Siair Vigor It will remove all dandruff and make your hair rich and abundant. Prepared ki Dr. 1. C. Ai'er & Co.. Lowoll, Hau.. U.S.A. ALL THROUGH WINTER, KEEF LANE'S EMULSION IN THE HOUSE. Cro\ip, capillary bronchitis, and articular rheumatism are the special banes of childhood. These all alike result from catching cold. One child catches cold, and scares Itß mother into~ hysterics by having croup in the dead of night. Another catches cold, develops a stubborn cough that yield to ordinary remedies. Still another catches cold and that most fatal malady of childhood, capillary bronchitis. Doctor is called, and if the child is lucky enough to live it has developed weak lungs, from which it may never recover. Yet another child catches cold and articular rheumatism is the result. Ankles, knees, wrists and elbows become Bwollen and painful. A long disastrous illness follows. All these mishaps are the direct result of neglected cold. If you really value the health and life of your child, do not allow a cold to run on. To stop a cold right at the commencement is the wise and only safe course. Keep Lane's Emulsion constantly in your house, and give it regularly directly a cold appears. A few £ff". of Lane ' s Emulsion, and a chHds cold is gone; Us strength Is returned. Lane's Emulsion Is mothers standby In thousands of N.Z, homes, and never falls to do What Is expected of It. Sold everywhere -in two sizes, 4/6 and 2/6, The large is the economical size.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 90, 16 April 1909

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