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JJERBETIT, HAYJSES, & OO.'S HOSIERY DEPARTMENT. In this Department Ladiea will find all the Latest Prodnetiona in /SILK, THREAD,.COTTON, AND J" ■ CASHMERE HOSE Of the Most Reliable Makes at a MODERATE COST. Here will be found Variety and Value which no - . House in Dunedin can approach. LADIES' RELIABLE RIBBED CASHMERE HOSE, 2 Pairs for 3s 61. Spliced ankles, with seamless asd spliced feet. LADIES' CASHMERE HO3E, Embroidered Fronts, ■.-..' From 2s 2d per Pair up. LADIES' RELIABLE,. PLAIN, CASHMERE HOSE, 2 Pairs for 3s 6d' (Best Finish). LADIES' CASHMERE HOSE (Laos Ankles) From 2s 6d per Pair 'up, In Blaok and Tan. HERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO., * PRINCES STREET. NT, GEORGE JAM.—Onoe used, always used. All Grocer?. -.:. CURVATURE IN CHILDREN. HEN baby is just beginning to toddle ' t . about, you often say she is too heavy for her'Ugs." Now, if .you will only go at the subject from the other end, you will be nearer right. Baby is not too heavy for her. legs, but j tnelegs are too weak for baby; Consequently, if you are not careful, bones will soon begin to bend, as thsy did in the following case:-r- ---" I think that I should be neglecting my duty very-r/roch in not giving a true account of the wonderful result of Scott's Emulsion in the case of our little : girl. About two years ago my wife, took her to the doctor'?, as she was very uneasy about her. He wrists were very much enlarged,' her shins ' were quite bent, and she used to waddle along like a duck. The doctor said it was a case of rickets, and advised.my wife to take her-to the-hospital, which," she . did. The doctor there ordered her legs to be put in splints, and she was to wear them for two months; but I very soon discontinued them, and my wife said she would try Scott's Emulsion. It had cured our Maud of bronchitis, and we thought' it would do this one good. So.we started, and, after she had taken i about.two or three bottle 3, we could--see a . wonderful change for the better. We continued . to'give her Scott's EmuMon until she had taken | :abouJ.'eleyehbottles. Her legs are.as straight as an arrow, and she is as fine a child as you would.'wishj to. see. Anyone is quite welcome to come to the above address and see her for themselves.. I am never without Scott's Emulsion in iny. house.! Dly children drink it like drinking milk, they- -are -that .fond of it.— Yours truly- (signed) John Tabte, The Woodbines, ;.Wa'shwood Heath, near Birmingham, England, January 21st, 1896.". .. v , ; ' Children need nourishment for their growing -hones as-will as for the making of healthy flesh. Bc6tt r fl Emulsion supplies both. ■ It contains the parent Norwegian cod-liver oil, combined with the hjjojalosphltes of lime and soda. Both of , tb.ese.remedies are essential to children who donot'make, satisfactory progress in growth, and in no other form than Soott's Emulsion can the mbsf;benefitß;from*them be derived,;This,is "because Sobtjt s Emulsion is a .scientific remedy, perfect in manipulation, and.better adapted to. the needs of the • system; It is perfectly palatable, and does not derange digestion. ."• ' -'When children show by weakness, paleness, thinness, or other evidences that they are not deriving sufficient nourishment from their'food, quiokly restoreflesh, and" strength, stimulate their appetite, and make-them rosy and robust. It solidifies the the blood, and makes their growth atrbng and vigorous,-

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 10450, 21 October 1897

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 10450, 21 October 1897

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