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Give your child a VIROL constitution VIROL will do more than anything else to prevent your child from becoming " rundown." Virol maintains vitality, huilds up strength and definitely increases resistance to chills and fevers. Give your child Virol now. VIROL LTD., FIN GLAND

to the Ends of the AWAY beyond the "end of steel", where the comjLJL munities of the wilderness still depend upon the caravan and camel train for the necessities of life, men insist that room be found for Eno's "Fruit Salt" upon the grudging backs of the already burdened camels. Eno's "Fruit Salt" clcanscs the whole system and promotes health and vigour by gentle, natural action. But the -particular value of Eno lies in its purity and freedom from harsh mineral salts. Nothing but the best is good enough for yourhealth, and every particle of Eno is pure and beneficial. It's a pleasure to drink M ENO'S frapL "FRUIT SALT" ) 62 The words " Eno " and " Fruit Salt" are registered Trade Marks. ■ I ENO IS NOW AVAILABLE AT ORIGINAL PRICES . I L-i—'Ask your Chemist or Storekeeper. Jt PK Regular (Handy) Size, 2/6. MvSWUa# Sales Agents: The British Harold F. Ritchie & Co. of N.Z. Ltd., NZB.IOI 76 Dixon Street, Wellington, G.X.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1, Auckland Star, Volume LXVI, Issue 78, 2 April 1935

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume LXVI, Issue 78, 2 April 1935

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