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REALLY GOOD COUGH SYRUP. HOW TO MAKE IT AT HOME. By a Qualified Chemist. Thousands of people now make their own good family cough and cold remedy from the following prescription. •It saves such a lot of money, and does such u lot of good, that its quick popularity is easily accounted for. Obtain from your chemist orstore one hott le of Mean's Essence and mix it with treacle, sugar, and water as per simple directions on Mean's Essence label. This will make one pint of really good sough, cold and sore throat remedy. It is nice to take, is warming, soothing, comforting, lasts a long time and never spoils. It gives twelve shillings’ worth for is. A few drops may be given to a child and a spoonful to an adult. Each •lose should be sipped slowly to allow the mixture to lubricate the throat as much as possible, and to help its warming, soothing and curing effects. i’or influenza, asthma, croup, whooping. and other coughs this mixture proves a boon wherever used. Mean's Essence can now lie obtained from 'most chemists and stores, or post free on receipt of price, ‘is., from G. \V. Mean, Family Chemist, Wanganui. Wherever you buy, be sure you get

The Supreme Toilet Cream. JciJniit Cream is tho only cream in the world containing the wonderful Icilma Natural Water, which stimulates the Bkin and creates beauty from with in. This l'm:i, explains why it is s vastly different from other preparations and how it brings about so much hcttcrresults. Send Id. in stamps for a dainty sample of this world-famed cream, together with a wonderful Book on Beauty. Icilma Co., Ltd. (l)cp(r,> 7 ) Feaiuoratoa Street, Wellington. c * Mr. anp Mrs. Berndtson, of the firidge Street Bakery and Tea Rooms, Eltham, are delighted with Fluenzol and the many cures it has effected. Not long since, their son Harry was very bad with influenza and had to cease work. He took a dose of Fluenzol and about half-an-hour later Mrs. Berndtson remarked to her husband, " There's llarry working in the bakehouse and singing like a lark—that Fluenzol is wondc-rful !" Leading Doctors and Trained Nurses recommend Kargling "Fluenzol" for Catarrh and Sore Throats. Chemists and stores, l/'6 and 2/6. 112

The Boon of Restored Health to all who suffer from the effects of Impure Blood, is contained in that wonderful preparation of Sulphur, Sarsaparilla, and Other Blood-Cleansing Substances —the Famous The Great Blood Purifier! Cures Pimples, Eruptions, Rashes, Blotches, Constipation, Piles, Etc., Etc. DOSE: 1 Tablet Every Night. PRF.CE: 1/- per box. Try* SULFARILLA TABLET —" it will do you good 1"

mt&!B&&£SS&£SaiSjt& dt£ksssiß&& i&sfc V 'ii& •i&» fgjljjjjbijsjgg We have never had fche pleasure of showing a larger or baiter assorted lot of Men's Summer Underwear than tme batch of MEN'S UNDERPANTS AND SINGLETS. All-English, All Sizes, Various Colors. Summer and Medium Weights. Balbriggan, Cotton, Natural Wool, Merino, Cashmere. Comfort without Weight or Bulk. Easy on the Body and Light on the Purse! Hundreds of Undergarments at 25 per cent Redaction* MERCHANT TAILORS and MEN'S MERCERS. 12, 14, 16 and 18 GEORGE STREET.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 15642, 5 November 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 15642, 5 November 1914

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