'roved ' ERY possibly no Infant Food has ' been so thoroughly tested by official authorities as Glaxo. ,■■,■;■ x;.;;?v ">...-'. • """''•- •' For over five years it has been persistently in use by various Corporations* in Schools for Mothers, and in Hospitals. At these, institutions the infants fed on Glaxo are inspected every week, and are under the supervision of Specialists and Health Visitors. If Glaxo were not genuine, reliable and suitable, its use by these authorities would have been discontinued long ago, instead of which the number of theac institutions using Glaxo is constantly increasing. Glaxo has therefore stood the severest test possible—the test of time accompanied by medical supervision. Extract from the Annual Report of a Medical Officer of Health. "As it has been found that patent foods, many of them very starchy, were being largely used in Rotherham, the Medical Officer of Health introduced ' Glaxo' into the Borough. The use of this has been most successful ; since its introduction 54 babies have been fed on it with most gratifying results." ~..-«— ■'- f^Wms).-^. jfD/trdtS Geld Medal, Im Cangrr.zx Bxhibitien, "Builds Bonnie Babies* §j Glaxo U obtainable from all Chemists and Stores at I/- tin ; medium =-§ • : tize, 2/- ; large size, 5/- per sis. Hi POST THIS COUPON TO-DAY to GLAXO, Dcpt. 55 Palmerston N. and get your FREE Copy of tlie Baby Book by return. Name..._ , Address __. _ " Dunedin Star. & The £ne9t leaf from the best plantations, it has captured the public taste from the North Cape to the Bluff. "The Lancet" says: "Fine t'a means better health." < HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY fes^ k§M Save! While You May m&sgl ...iS an oOli.. -«« IQcrv. „ | .- is to morrow opening and on Tuesday and Wcu bstacles nesday evenings. I | *of an em- On Thursday night the bursting of the | '-;, as The main water pipe on the third floor of the | testably the D.I.C. premised caused a considerable | he Alps take amount of damage. Everything was in | "?d. If tliere order when the caretaker locked up for the | ring the food night, and it was only on Friday morning | access is ra.rely the damage was discovered, the mantle | ■comes twenty department and furnishing department | .•«ssary to carry being in a state of flood. A' quantity of | things which ladies' garments on the second floor was | T, and usually badly damaged. The stocks on the ground | ground they floor suffered most, a quantity of carpets. | jre, that tliere curtains, table covers, tapestry, etc., being i of an attack by soaked through and badly damaged. | or of a Mr E. Meikle, the contractor for the new | "\em. The King Edward Pavilion at the_ Dunedin 1 guarded Hospital, entrusted the whole of the electri- § side, cal work embodied in his contract for the | 1 ---ft ■ : l f ]i rif?s +« Tfisp-- T„- * " 1 BIG SALE OFDAMAGEDSTOCK I FOR SEVEN BUSY DAYS. CARPETS, TABLE COVERS, CURTAINS, CRETONNES, | TAPESTRIES, AT HALF-PRICE. 3 BLOUSES, COSTUMES, FROCKS, DRESSES AT LESS THAN COST. | COME EARLY AND SHARE SN THESE EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS | D.I.C. Dunedin D.I.C. 1 Let your Gift lie Something Useful, Artistic, mi Appropriate. Sea Crass Chairs. PaSm Stands. Copper Bronze Bowls and Vases. Smokers' Cabinets, Occasional Chairs. Sound Willow, Cane Foundations, 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. Rattray Street/Dunedin. AND INVERCARGILL.
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