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PROTECTED 58 TIMES When you buy Household Medicines it is not always easy to select quality. Most medicines look alike. Yet quality is an essential and, to protect you, the Chemists of New Zealand market their own special brand of Household Medicines. The brand name is Gilseal. Gilseal Household Medicines are made specially for Chemists, and are sold only by Chemists. Gilseal is backed by the rigid standards of quality, freshness and purity insisted upon by the Chemists of New Zealand. There is no greater recommendation than that. So, whenever you require Household Medicines take advantage of this sure protection by asking for Gilseal. There are 58 different products in the Gilseal range, including Healing Ointment. Bicarbonate of Soda, Boracic Acid, Calamine Lotion, Cod Liver Oil, Epsom Salts. Glauber Salts, Paraffin Oil, Aspirin, Plunket Ointment, Medicated Pastilles. Made by Gilseal, Limited, Anzac Avenue. Auckland — a modern manufacturinglaboratorv where every process of preparation "is carried out to the highest standard —Gilseal Household Medicines are your safeguard. Remember, sold only by your Chemist and you buy with confidence from your Chemist.—Advt.

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 192, 15 August 1945

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 192, 15 August 1945

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