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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 10464, 6 November 1897
PERHAPS A NEW IDEA. A WORD about cod liver oil, please. You may not have time to read an exhaustive article on the suKjcct, tut a few facts may interest you. Cod liver oil is an animal oil, and, nke all animal matter, it decomposes unless specially treated. The best cod liver oil—highest in medicinal properties— comeß from tho ©tber end of the earth—Norway. When you buy it in its plain state tho chances are ft has & taste. This is due to decomposition, which robs the oil of tho very properties you •want. Still, what can you expeot of an animal product exposed more or less to air for perhaps months? \ If you are fcrofulous, consumptive, ansemic, or genorally weak and emaciated, with pale cheeks and no vitality, you need cod liver oil. If vour children do not thrive, they need it. Why not take it in its best form? Scott's Emulsion preserves the oil, k eps it fresh and sweet, retaining its medicinal properties. A p rfejet emulsion, like Scott's Kmulslon, is a partially digested oil, and thus is in an easy f >rm for the digestive organs. A baby or a dyspeptic can take Scott's Emulsion. And besides this rich, first-grade Norway oil, Scott's Emulßion contains the hypophosphites of lime and soda, which aid digestion, stimulate the nnrves and brain, and are indispensable to children with a tendency to curvature. The combination of these standard remedies makes i-n ideal preparation for overcoming tho wasting lead ncies of the system. Scott's Emulsion is sweet to the taste. You do not know you are taking oil at all. It is like cream, and, as a matter of fact, it is to l>lain oil what cream is to butter. Cream is an emulsion of butter, and this is why physicians recommend cream instead of butter. Scott's Emulsion is an emulsion of oil, and is preferred s. & c. SPECrAL NOTICE. [OUR CARPETS SPECIALLY OBDERED FOR CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR. 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Filling from ss. • The Resident Principal studied under Dr itton, of the Great Northern Hospital and London University, and has the highest qualifications, being registered after examination by the Dental Board of New Zealand. Note the Address: Government Life Insurance Buildings, Prinoes street. Surgery, Re- ; ceotion and Ladies' Rooms, Ground-floor front. Also, Surgery and Ladies' Raom, Ffrst-aoor ascend by lift or staircase).
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 10464, 6 November 1897
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