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Kruppe, the gunrnakors, who built the leviathan howitzers with which Liege and Namur were shelled, employ in normal times of peace 80,000 workpeople, male* nearly £2,000.000 profit per annum, and sj>eiid about £350,000 a year on thoir workpeople’s pension, holiday, and Christmas funds.

Beauty. Make your skin clear and attractive—that ia the first step to Beauty. The daily use of Icilma Cream has help*' l . thousands of ladies all OTWf the world to do this—and can help yon. Because it contain* rho wonderful tonic water from tie Algerian Spring which restore* the skin toils na ural childlike purity, Icilma Cream in 2/- pot* of your chemist. Send a Id. stamp for a dainty sample. Icilma Co.. Ltd. (Lopt.y ) Pcalherslon St.Wellington^ DD = □a. | Take Nature’* greatest remedy, | LANE’S EMULSION Sand ward off humanity’s greatest scourge— I Consumption. 2/6 and 4/6. H HAVE MADE up several bottles of * Hean’s Essence for self and friends, and have never used a more genuine cough mixture.” N. O’Sullivan, Ahaura. Hean’s Essence makes a big bottle of finest cough, cold and sore throat remedy, end saves 10/- for your pocket. 9 flotsomtmts*slvfqys/^ ~ Bennington's Irish Mou does not depend upon “llte . early stages" of a cold to effect ill cure. AdTircedeough* end coldi in edults or children yield—no lomelimct. but slwsyt to Bcnmegton > Cel >■ bottle NOW be euio ’tit Bon- ■ offt on'ei Two met- tot the Uife bottle. R.fuio IwitstUafc Mi

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15668, 5 December 1914

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15668, 5 December 1914

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