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FILM STAR YELLS FOR HOURS IN THE HILLS

An up and coming film star (female) is daily sent out into the hills to yell her head off to produce a fascinating husky voice. This is certainly a cut above "hog calling," another cute American pastime. Huskiness in the throat, however, generally indicates a cold—something to be got rid of. The first wise step is to call for a bottle of Baxters Lung Preserver and it is not necessary to raise vour voice to do this as every chemist and store in New Zealand has "Baxters" Ilways on sale. "Baxters" is New Zealand's proved most popular remedy for coughs colds, sore throats and kindred aimfents. "Baxters" is ideal for young, middle-aged and elderly folk. It is perfectly safe and perfectly pure, and so quickly effective. You can feel each dose of "Baxters" doing you good. Be sure vou buy "Baxters," the proved popular remedy prepared by Baxters, Ltd., 602, CoTombb Street. Christchurch—Advt.

Utility Aprons in neat bib style sui&ble for domestic wide coloured stripes, 7/11 each. Also Waist Aprons in floral cottons, waistband and pocket in plain colour to tone, 4/6 each.—John Court, Ltd., Queen Street, for keenest prices.—Advt.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 173, 24 July 1945

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 173, 24 July 1945

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