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(7) Lever offthe top lid. Pierce lower lid at, arrow's •point and lever off as shown. Do not cut round lower lid—it i 3 \x) j.uiw utu, measure. Cut 'aim;/ top of parchment bag inside tin. Take out some Glaxo with a teaspoon and fill, the measure, scraping level as shown. Do not dip measure into Glaxo. (3) Put requirednumber of measures of Glaxo into a cup or measuring glass. (See directions on tin.) Add a little hot water and stir to a thick paste. Then add a- little more water and stir to a thin paste. — Now that he has Glaxo." You simply add hot water to Glaxo t |H§ No cooking, no elaborate mixing, §H no risk of making'a serious mistake; H§ no delay—so that baby does not be- m come angry and screaming with E ™~ increasing hunger ; milk or cream are not required, so that there is no 111 heavy milk bill to pay. f§§ You simply add hot water to Glaxo! |i§ For night feeds, this is an obvious ad- s=== vantage. The amount of Glaxo required S~ : can bo measured into a cup before you go H=g to bed, and at feeding time all you have §=f to do is to mix it with hot water from a === thermos flask or food •warmer. === You do not add milk or cream to Glaxo |H§ because Glaxo is milk—the nutritious solids of milk made still more nourishing g== by the addition of extra cream and milk- j||§ sugar. HH Glaxo is a COMPLETE food in itself, HI and contains everything necessary to = build firm, rosy flesh, sound bones and £=== teeth, healthy nerves and brain for baby. jggl Best of all, Glaxo is absolutely pure— ssi the many dangers attendant upon the use jgg of ordinary cow's milk are absolutely re- f~ moved. jm " Glaxo is not only perfect from a scientific HH and clinical view, but it is so easily prepared j= that—even in the hands of the most ignorant E5 or careless person —/ firmly believe that =^ infants would thrive and avoid the many ;^g dangers that there are with infant feeding.'" ggg Signed— —, 3LR.C.5.,L.E.CP.,3f.0. I|§ Ask your Doct&K "Builds Bonnie Babies" tions, stirring all the ________ time. Pour into Baby's bottleand shake bottle to The Glaxo Baby Book tells yon all about Glaxo, and aerate the food. Immediately it is cool enough Baby's Glaxo in ready. contains 72 wcll-illuttraled pages full of jutt these hint* —about Baby's Feeding, Baihir.j, SieepMia, Nutting, Travelling, Aittnenu. etc.—that a mothei ot nutae neerh POST THIS COUPON TO-DAY to GLAXO, Dept. 55 Palmerston N. and get your FREE Copy of the BaSjy Book by return. Name „„ Address „ .. Dunedin Star. POUNAWEA VISITORS. !>ON'T Forget a supply of » OSCAR SARDINES." They aro the Bsst. NELSON '™ e J^ ra .} b * Bnes!i j t is PURE .TEAS Let your Gift be Something Useful, Artistic, and Appropriate. Sea Grass Chairs, Palm Stands. Copper EranzQ Bowls ami Vases« Smokers' Cabinets* Occasional Chairs. Sound Willcrw, Cane Fo-vmclatiorLS, Beautiful Designs, Comfortable, Strong. Will harmonise with any room. In Antique Oak and other choice woods ; large range of Designs. Medieval and Modern Styles, in Exquisitely Chased and Beaten Copper Bronze. Quaint Hanging and Pedestal Cabinets, richly carved, selected old woods. Extraordinary wide choice in Oak, Walnut, Chippendale, etc* See Our Display. Prices to suit every requirement. m IK 3l Rattray Duoedln. AND INVERCARGILL. What More Appropriate New Year Gift than Jewellery! And especially High-class Jewellery such as oura. A Present selected front our Beautiful Stock is always Tasteful, always Refined. To show your goocf wishes for New Year in tangible form you cannot do better than select one or other article from our Great Stock of Jewellery, Silver Novelties for Ladies and' Gentlemen. Silver Plate, Ruskisi &-Doulton Pottery. IMMENSE VARIETY OF ARTICLES FOR NEW YEAR PRESENTS. In our Extensive Stock you will find Scores of Articles that make most acceptable New Year Presents. There is not another like it in New Zealand for Beauty and Exclnsiveness of Designs, Wide Selection, Fine Quality, and .Reasonable Prices. One Address Only: Corner Princes street and Moray pface. CAMPERS AND HOLIDAY MAKERS. KING OSCAK" SAEDINSS are not the" Cheapest, th§x. : axe JMJ^&aL, TAIERI MOUTH VISITORS. DON'T Forget your supply of "KING OSCAR," SARDINES. They are the feest, JJajrt take sQm?tluii<t -'iust..>a^Kftoi*'i

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15692, 5 January 1915

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15692, 5 January 1915

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