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Don’t Mix Milk with BABY’S FOOD A NY Baby Food that requires ** the addition of milk is obviously not a complete food for Baby. There is something lacking which milk is required to supply. There is only one perfect food for Baby—his mother’s milk. But if this is absent, ordeficient in quality or quantity, the safe alternative is Glaxo, which contains all the food elements needed to build firm flesh,sound bones and teeth, and to create the reserve of vitality that enables Baby to overcome the ailments of childhood. It is, of course, important that baby should be fed regularly. It is even more important that each feed should contain the correct proportions of food elements. This is impossible if the food must bo mix d with milk: because ordinary cow's milk, even from the same cow, varies to a remarkable degree. Became Glaxo is always thesamestrength and is prepared by the simple addition of hot water, the Glaxofed Baby gets the correct proportions offoodelementsat everyfeed. Glaxo is simply the solids of pure.milk of uniform richness with extra cream and milksugar added. The Glaxo process breaks down the nourishing milk-curd into minute particles, easily digested and assimilated by even a very weak baby. A Doctor writes: “I recommended Dr. , of. , to put his baby on it; he has done so, and speaks highly of it. Glaxo is the only children’s milk preparation 1 recommend, believing in no other, it has saved many a child's life.” (Signed) , L.E.C.P. Ask your Doctor! a 0. C 3 «n Award*# Gold Jtffdal, International Medical Congress Exhibition, London, 2925, “Builds Bonnie Babies” Oiaxo if obtainable from all Chemists and Stores at 1/- per tin j medium size, 2/- ; large size, 5/- per tin. iss The Glaxo Baby Book tells you all about Glaxo, and contains §== 72 weU-illustrated pages full of just those hints—about Baby’s ||| Feeding, Bathing, Sleeping, Nursing, Travelling, Ailments, etc.—that a mother or nurse needs every day of the week. ~z POST THIS COUPON TO-DAY ■ to GLAXO. 'lint. SS Palmerston N. || and get your FREE Copy of the Baby Book by return. || Dunedin Star. ===== In fragrance, flavour, quality and economy AMBER TIPS is pre-eminent. Remember "The Lancet says: “Fine lea ""eans better heal'h.” 74 Magnificent Display for Gift Seekers At RITCHIE’S Hose Bowls, Jardinieres, Terra-cotta Busts and Statuettes, Corinthian Ware, in vases, etc., E.P. Ware, in teapots, jellies, buttej dishes, etc., etc., Thermos Flasks, Decanters, Tumblers, etc., Cutlery in cases, Salad Bowls, Bread Plates, Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, Fancy Clocks. Inspection invited. p——■ RITCHIE’S, 39 George St. NEAR OCTAGON.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15682, 22 December 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15682, 22 December 1914

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