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THR FINEST COUGH REMEDY, EASILY PREPARED AT HOME. 1-1 KAN'S ESSENCE, WATER, AND SWEETENING ARE ALL YOU REQUIRE. .Making good cough mixture at hora« is now quite a simple process. It is merely the matter of obtaining a bottle of Hean'n Essence, and adding to it the necessary water and sweetening. The resulting cough mixture is the finect you can possibly obtain The money-saving is tremendous. The finished preparation is to i?ood, pure, harmless, effective and wonderfully cheap tliat there is no wonder Mean's Essence is popular everywhere. The price is 2s. a. bottle. It saves from nine to ten shillings for the home. "Kindly send at once 12 dozen Ilean's Essence. I have never had a seller to equal ii. Your idea of putting up a cough mixture in this concentrated form, and thus paving ko much money, is appreciated by my customers—W. .1. Hill, Auckland." "Kindly forward another bottle of Hean's Essence. We have derived grca t benefit from the pint of couch mixture we made from the previous bottle.— Mrs. Serle. Tr.ringamatu." "Please send another bottle of your famous Hean's Essence. The mixture is splendid.—A. McDonald, Potujaroa." Be sure you get Hean's Essence. That is the chief point for you to watch. Hean's Essence does not contain any poison such as paregoric, or laudanum, or morphia, or chlorodyne, or opium, etc. It is pure oarmless, effective, easing, soothing, and wonderfuily economical. Hean's bssence is now sold by most chemists and grocers, but if yours does not yet stock it he can easily obtain from his wholesaler for you, or post free on receipt of price, 2/-, from G.W. Hean, Chemist, "Wanganui. 24 VKTANTED Known—That Oirv * cuiars. Card:-:. Programmes, :u-i GfiK ral Printing of every do»ocil>liou rxceuroil at the 'Breuiiig St»r OAoe s* liodontto Price*.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15635, 28 October 1914

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15635, 28 October 1914

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